Students must appeal for the visa minimum 6 weeks prior to the session starts. To appeal for an Australian student (Subclass 500) visa the appellant must be registered in a full-time course and also enrolled on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions & Courses for Abroad Students (CRICOS) and present a Confirmation of Enrollment for a specific course with the application of visa.
The student visa permits global students to study up to 5 years, however, the type of program and its duration decides the validity of the visa.
The minimum required scores to satisfy the student visa English language criteria are 5.5 and 46 for the IELTS & TOEFL, respectively. The visa charges from AUD 620 and a student visa holder can travel many times to and fro Australia.
Students appealing for a visa from Australia outside need to submit their application a minimum of 6 weeks prior to the commencement of course. To verify all the documents needed to attach with the visa appeal, the aspirants can refer to the tool of Document Checklist, which is revised twice a year on Mar 31 and Sept 30.
If a student visa expires prior to his/her graduation, they will be qualified to appeal for a visitor (Subclass 600) visa. Global students who graduate with skills & qualifications related to the Australian workforce can apply for a Temporary Graduate (Subclass 485) visa, which permits them to live, study & work in Australia for a maximum of 18 months.
Engineering graduates from an institute approved under the Washington Accord are able to apply for a Skilled Recognition Graduate (subclass 476) visa to study and work for a maximum of 18 months in Australia.
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