The genuine temporary entrant requirement (GTE) is an integrity measure to ensure that the Student visa Programme is used as intended and not used by international students as a way of maintaining de facto permanent residency in Australia.
Find out if you can bring your family members with you to Australia.
Find out how to change to a new course or new education provider.
More information on how course packaging works.
Information for students who are affected by the deregistration or closure of an Education Provider.
Find out how to extend your stay in Australia for further study, graduation, a holiday, work or permanent residence.
Health insurance can be provided by obtaining Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) which provides medical and hospital insurance.
Information about issues impacting on Student visas in the next 12 months.
People who are applying for Student visas in Australia must either be the current holder of a qualifying visa or have held a certain visa no more than 28 days prior to lodging your application.
Information on standard processing times for Student visas in and outside Australia.
Information for students about the skilled migration program.
Information for students regarding the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) and other specified English language tests for Student visa purposes.
International students are required to demonstrate and have genuine access to sufficient funds to be granted a Student visa.
Austrade maintains a website entitled Study in Australia, which provides information for international students studying and living in Australia, including scholarship programs and other international student matters.
Information about changes to the Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485) from 23 March 2013, including the introduction of new post-study work arrangements, and information about the Australian study requirement.
These checklists will assist you with completing your Student visa application. For students who are already in Australia.
Find out about the conditions that apply to you and your family members' visas.
Find out if you and your family members can work in Australia.