Information on student visas and how to apply.
The Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485) lets eligible recent graduates of an Australian educational institution stay and work in Australia temporarily after completing their studies.
Parents or relatives can apply for a visa to stay in Australia as the guardian of a student who is studying in Australia.
For people who want to come to Australia through a professional development program or to undertake workplace based training.
Find out about Student visa Assessment Levels.
Information for students regarding bringing family, working while studying, visa conditions, extending your stay, changing course or education provider, graduate work visas, document checklists and special visa arrangements if an education provider's approval to deliver your course is removed.
Information about the Strategic Review of the Student Visa Program 2011, conducted by the Hon Michael Knight AO.
Information about recent changes to Student and Sponsored Training visas.
The Student Visa program report is a quarterly publication that provides data on the student visa program administered by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship.
Information on how to contact us and how to obtain information on the progress of your application.
The department has an online facility that enables visa holders to enquire about their immigration status. This facility is also available for registered Australian Organisations.
Australian schools, colleges and universities can find information about their obligations to international students when offering them a place in a course.
Education agents can find information on how to lodge visa applications for international students who want to study in Australia.