If you wish to study in Australia you can apply for a Student Visa.

Potential students must demonstrate both that they genuinely intend to study in Australia, and that they are genuine temporary entrants to Australia. Proving as much can be particularly difficult because anyone who assesses a student visa application and has any doubt on any level as to the applicants intention to stay temporarily MUST refuse the application, and can take any number of factors in to consideration when reaching their decision. Many applicants who are not aware of these criterions find that their applications are ultimately refused because they failed to provide sufficient evidence to support their claims.

Another factor which can influence your likelihood of obtaining a student visa is the Assessment Level allocated to your course of choice, and your nationality. Assessment levels are revaluated from time to time and will change in accordance with the likelihood a particular visa class and nationality to breach their visa conditions. The higher your Assessment level, the more onerous the requirements for meeting the visa conditions will be. We can help make your application the best it can be.

Please note that international students studying in Australia on a Student Visa may require a guardian if they are under 18 years of age. There may also be exceptional circumstances where a student over 18 years of age may need a guardian for religious or cultural reasons.

Fill in our assessment form for initial non-binding opinion.