Study in Australia

At our consultancy, we understand that the process of choosing a course and obtaining a student visa can be overwhelming for international students. We offer comprehensive assistance to our clients, starting from helping them choose the right course and institution to apply for, to guiding them through the visa application process.

We strive to provide a personalized and hassle-free service to our clients, ensuring that they have a smooth and successful study experience in Australia. With our guidance and support, you can make informed decisions about your education and achieve your academic and career goals.

School Education (Primary and Secondary)

School education is similar across all of Australia with only minor variations between states and territories. School education (primary and secondary) is compulsory between the ages of six and sixteen (Year 1 to Year 9 or 10).


Studying ELICOS in an Australian English school means participating in a sector of Australian education that has been developed to allow speakers of English as a second language (ESL) to either develop their English or to continue on to academic studies.

Vocational education

VET qualifications are outcome-based and focus on the occupational skills and competencies gained. The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) recognises prior learning or current competence in the industry. This makes credit transfer easier and offers students flexible learning pathways.

Universities and Higher Education

Higher education courses can be taken to earn an advanced degree and continue your studies in Australia. There are three main types of higher education which lead to Bachelor, Master and Doctoral Degrees.

Applying for a Student Visa

The types of student visas have been simplified by the department to just one: Subclass 500.

Main Requirements to Apply Student Visa

  • Acceptance to study full time in a registered course
  • Genuine intention to stay in Australia temporarily
  • Financial capacity to cover living costs in Australia:
    • Tuition fees
    • Travel costs
    • Living costs
  • Financial capacity to be able to support any visiting / accompanying family members
  • Proficiency in English

Student Visa Conditions

  • Student visa holders must not undertake work until the main student visa holder has started their course in Australia.
  • Student visa holders are limited to 40 hours work per fortnight while their course is in session, but may work unlimited hours during formal holiday periods.
  • Student visa holders who have commenced their study, towards a Master’s degree by research or Doctoral degree, have unrestricted permission to work.
  • Student visa holders who breach these conditions might be subject to visa cancellation.

How to Apply Your Study Visa

Research and choose a course
Check the entry requirements
Apply for course enrolment
Accept your offer and pay
Lodge your student visa application
Receive your visa and start studying in Australia

Consult with us for more detail information and professional advices.

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