Now Get Australia Student Visa Within 10 Days!

Now Get Australia Student Visa Within 10 Days!

Manmeet Kaur Manmeet Kaur
[Published 21 Aug, 2023 | 04:10 AM]
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The Australian Department of Home Affairs recently made an announcement to reduce the processing times across various categories, including Student Visas. Other include Temporary Skilled Visas, Visitor Visas, Working Holiday Maker Visa, and Permanent Skilled Visa.

The processing time for Australia Student Visa has been reduced to 10 days, which earlier was up to 49 days.

Visa Program Visa Category
Processing Time
Temporary Student Visa 10 Days

What will this decision improve?

By reducing the Student Visa processing time, the Australian government aims to:

  • Focus resources on visa processing, which may include recruiting new staff.
  • Streamline the processing of student visa applications without compromising program integrity.
  • Reduce the number of on-hand visa applications.

What is an Australian Student Visa?

Students who wish to study in Australia must apply for an Australian Student Visa. It is a temporary visa that permits international students to stay in Australia for the duration of their studies, which is usually up to 5 years.

As per the Department of Immigration and Border Protection, all international students who plan to study in Australia are required to apply for Subclass 500 visa type.

Types of Australia Student (Subclass 500) Visa:

  • Student visa (subclass 500)
  • Student Guardian visa (subclass 590)
  • Training visa (subclass 407)

By applying for Student Visa (Subclass 500), a student can:

  • Enroll in a course and participate in an eligible course of study.
  • Bring family members to Australia.
  • Travel to and from Australia.
  • Work for up to 40 hours every two weeks during the course.

Eligibility Requirements for Australia Student Visa

International students must check the Australia Student Visa eligibility requirements to get a subclass 500 student visa:

  • Apply online in or outside Australia.
  • Be enrolled in a course of study in Australia.
  • Hold Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC), or fall in one of the exemption categories.
  • Must be 6 years or older.
  • Prove they have a welfare arrangement, if under 18.
  • If in Australia hold an eligible substantive visa. See, ‘Have this Visa if applying while in Australia” in Eligibility Tab.

Upcoming Intakes in Australia

Universities in Australia have two intakes every year:

Intake 1: Extends from February/early March to late May/early June

Intake 2: Extends from July/early August through to November

Typically, the first intake holds the most importance and is popular among the majority of Indian students. The recommended approach is to prepare for the next intake.

International students have many options for studying in Australia. The quality of education, variety of courses, and post-study work options make it a top pick for Indian students. Australian universities excel in research, especially in arts, humanities, education, and sciences.

Getting an Australian Student Visa is easier compared to other countries. Students need to meet certain requirements to qualify. Once enrolled full-time, they can apply for a visa under Subclass 500.

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Source: immi.homeaffairs.gov.au


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