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Student Visa (SUBCLASS 500)

Student Visa (Subclass 500) The requirements for a student visa in Australia can differ depending on factors such as the type of study (e.g., undergraduate, graduate, vocational), the selected course, and the applicant's country of origin. Presented below are general prerequisites for securing a student visa for Australia:



  1. Course Acceptance: To be eligible, you must have a confirmed offer of enrolment from a recognized Australian educational institution providing a course listed on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS). Once accepted, the educational institution will issue a Confirmation of Enrollment (CoE), which you must attach with your visa application.
  2. Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) Criteria: You must demonstrate your intention to stay in Australia temporarily purely for educational purposes, as well as offer proof of your genuine intention to return to your home country after completing your studies.
  3. Financial Capability: You must be able to fund your tuition, living expenses, and other educational expenses. The exact amount necessary depends on the course and region. For the student visa application procedure, the Australian Department of Home Affairs provides financial estimates, which include:
  • Living Expenses:

  • Main applicant: AUD 21,041 per year
  • Partner or spouse: AUD 7,362 per year
  • Child: AUD 3,152 per year

Tuition Fees: Proof of first-year tuition fees is required, which vary depending on the course, institution, and level of study.

English Proficiency: Depending on your program, you may be required to demonstrate your English proficiency by completing a recognized English language test such as IELTS or PTE.

Health Insurance: Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) is required and covers medical expenses throughout your stay in Australia.

Health and Character Assessments: Some applicants may be required to undertake health examinations and provide police clearance certificates in order to meet health and character criteria.

Biometric Data: As part of the application procedure, several nations ask applicants to supply biometric information (fingerprints and photographs).

Statement of Intent: Some visa applications may include a statement of intent outlining your study intentions, course selection, and alignment with your professional goals.

Dependents: If you intend to bring family members as dependents, you will need to provide additional documentation.

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