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Australia student visa

Australia has world class universities, practical vocational colleges and outstanding English language schools to support international students. If you are looking to stay in Australia for an extended period of time, an Australian Student Visa is your best option.

You can apply for a Student Visa by studying:
  • English Courses (General English, IELTS preparation, Cambridge, etc.)
  • Vocational Courses (Business, Marketing, Tourism, Sport & Fitness, Hospitalities, etc.)
  • University Courses (Bachelor’s Degree. Master and PhD)
Benefits of a Student Visa in Australia:

The Student Visa has multiple of benefits and can be the perfect solution to live in Australia.

Study and work in Australia

It allows you to study and work in Australia throughout the duration of your course. You are entitled to work 40 hours per fortnight (two weeks) during your studies, and full-time during your school breaks.

The Student Visa is the perfect solution to extend your stay in Australia after a Working Holiday Visa or a Work And Holiday Visa. Contact our experienced counsellors for more information about this process.

Long term and short term Visa

This gives you the option of applying for a short-term or a long-term visa. Some students will study for six months while others may study for three years or more on their Australian Student Visa.

No Age Limitations

You can apply for an Australian Student Visa at any age. However, special conditions apply if you are under 18 years old. Contact us for more information regarding this.

Obtain an Australian Diploma

You can obtain an official Diploma, Bachelor’s Degree or Master’s Degree that is recognised by the Australian educational framework.

An Australian qualification is internationally recognised as one of the highest standards of education in the world. This certificate may be a key component which will enable you to apply for a Work Visa, or even better – it could be your foot in the door to get sponsored by an approved Australian employer or business.

Post graduate Visa

You may apply for a two-year Post-Study Work Visa once you graduate. If you study for two years at a higher education level, you will automatically be entitled to a two-year Post-Study Work Visa.

This means you will have two whole years to work full-time in an Australian company; gaining experience working in an Australian environment and if you choose to – seek sponsorship. If you would like to study a Higher Education degree, talk to us now.

We can help you find a course that matches your interest and career ambitions. We will look through our wide range of college and university networks and offer you the best course to suit your needs.

Include a Partner

Your family members and/or your partner can be included when lodging your student visa application. This means, if you are studying, your family may also be able to join you in Australia.

For instance, if you are studying at a Master’s level, your partner can even get full work rights for the duration of your visa. If you need further information on this matter, please contact us.


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