Anyone intending to undertake 3 months or longer full time study in Australia will need to obtain a student visa. This permits the holder to travel to, enter and remain in Australia for the duration of the course of study
Students to submit their application at least 9 to 12 weeks before the course commencement date. The process of Australian student visa begins with the application for admission in university / institute. Then an offer letter would be sent first where they accept you to join a course, based on which you need to pay the first semester fee and overseas student health cover
At this time the student will need to prove to the institute that he meets the Genuine Temporary Entry (GTE) requirement and also demonstrate that they have sufficient funds for tuition fee, living expenses and travel expenses for the duration of study.
Once the institute is satisfied with the entire requirement they will then issue the Electronic Confirmation of Enrollment (eCoE). With the eCoE students can then lodge their visa application.
E-Visa Lodgment Online: Via the Immi account
Students are able to complete a Student Visa Online Application through the immi account at DIBP website, this can also be done using an education agents or MARA agent via their organizational account. We at Uni2Go have experianced counselors and will help you with the visa application file. Contact us for more details
A non-refundable base application charge of AUD 620/- applies to all visa applications. Applicants who are bringing eligible family members to live with them in Australia while they study should note that an additional applicant charge applies for each additional family member included in a combined visa application. Application fee can be made by credit card in Australian Dollars (AUD) for all online applications submitted through the ImmiAccount.
For more information, see the Fees and Charges section of the Department of Home Affairs site.
The online client service tool on the DIBP website will indicate bout the documentation and evidence that you will need to be included with the student visa application. Please see the link below:
Latest bank statements, Education loan sanction letter, Income tax returns, other income sources, Affidavit of support from parents (sponsor) etc
Marriage or deed poll certificate or a certified copy of evidence of the name change from relavent authorities
Certified copy of your marriage certificate, Family Book, Household Booklet or other evidence of family composition.
Evidence of current or most recent employment which includes payslips or a contract. You can also attach your most recent curriculum vitae or resume.
Certified copy of your academic transcripts, Educational Certificate (Degree, Diploma etc.) or letter/statement from your overseas Education Institution.
Birth certificate, National identity number
Evidence of Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)
Include a statement outlining your aims, objectives and that intend to genuinely stay in Australia temporarily (Statement of Purpose)
Form 956 or Form 956A
The information provided in this section is for guidance only. Always check with the DIBP web site for the latest information before applying for a student visa. Failure to follow the correct procedures is likely to result in your application being refused and could affect your ability to obtain a visa in the future. Otherwise contact our experianced and trained Counsellors