What are the different
types of visas available
for studying in Australia?

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What are the different types of visas available for studying in Australia? 3 Months ago

If you're planning to study in Australia, it's essential to know about the different types of visas available to you. Here's a breakdown of the most common visa options:

1. Student Visa (Subclass 500): This visa allows you to study a full-time course at an Australian educational institution. You'll need to provide proof of enrolment, health insurance, and enough funds to support yourself during your stay.

2. Post-Study Work Visa (Subclass 485): This visa allows you to work in Australia for up to 5 years (Depending on your campus location) after completing your studies. To be eligible, you'll need to have completed at least two years i.e. 92 weeks of study in Australia.

3. Temporary Graduate Visa (Subclass 485): This visa is for international students who have recently graduated with a degree from an Australian educational institution. It allows you to live and work in Australia for up to four years, depending on your qualifications.

4. Skilled Independent Visa (Subclass 189): This visa is for students who have completed their studies and want to stay in Australia permanently. To be eligible, you'll need to meet the points-based system's requirements and have skills that are in demand in Australia.

5. Partner Visa (Subclass 820/801): If you have an Australian partner or spouse, you may be eligible for a partner visa that allows you to study and work in Australia.

Remember, the visa process can be complex and time-consuming. It's best to seek the advice of a qualified education consultant to help you with the visa application process and ensure you have the best chance of success.

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