We are registered education and migration agency in Australia, with offices in Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth. Established in 2007, we have assisted over 10,000 international students and migrants in achieving their dream in Australia. Please contact us via email, give us a ring, or even walk in our office if you are in Australia, and our consultant will personally assist with your case.
The cheapest course available for international students are within vocational education and training level, with major in various fields such as Business, Human Resources, Information Technology, Screen and Media, or even Management.
English courses are available as well for students who wishes to improve on their English skill before commencing their main study. Please check with our consultant, as there might be ongoing promotion during that period of enrolment
Yes, all the courses that we refer to are CRICOS (Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students) registered. Only CRICOS registered courses are suitable for international students to apply for Australian student visa.
As per condition of Australian student visa, international students are required to study at least 20 hours per week. Some of the hours can be allocated to self-study online, but face-to-face class attendance is still required. Online-only courses are usually not CRICOS registered to apply for Australian student visa.
Once the study has commenced, student visa holders are allowed to work part-time for up to 40 hours per fortnight or an equivalent of 20 hours per week during study term. While the course is out of session however (holiday, term/ semester breaks), student visa holders are allowed to work unlimited hours.
As of 1 July 2019, the base charge of Australian student visa for main applicant is $620. For dependent student visa application (above 18 years old), the fee is $460, and for dependent of a student visa holder under 18 years old is $150.
Subsequent temporary application charge of $700 might apply for onshore student visa application. Please contact our office for confirmation of fees before proceeding.
Depending on your student visa condition, as long as you don’t have 8503 no further stay condition on your current visa, Yes we can apply the student visa for your while onshore.
Yes, as long as there is no further stay condition (8503) on your current visa, we can apply for the student visa for you while you are in Australia.
Yes it is still possible to arrange the study and student visa application under two weeks. It is very important to lodge the student visa application before the expiry date of your current visa, otherwise you will breach and overstay the current visa. Please contact our office asap if you have urgent application.
As long as the proposed study is relevant and shows a clear pathway, yes we can extend your student visa. Please contact our office to assess your profile before moving on to study enrolment and student visa extension.
The list of documents you need to prepare for Australian student visa application includes, but not limited to:
- education certificate
- current visa (onshore)
- English test result such as IELTS/TOEFL (if applicable)
- updated CV/Resume
Before you can apply for the course and student visa, our experienced consultant need to first have a review at your education and work history to help determine whether this study is suitable for you.
Yes you can, there are certain documents to provide in order to establish the relationship before we can add your spouse or family as dependent under your student visa. To ensure the eligibility and criteria for the dependent on a student visa, please contact our office directly.
As long as the current visa that you are holding (or the previous visa if you are under bridging) has study right, then yes you can start the study while waiting for the student visa application to be finalised.
OSHC stands for Overseas Student Health Cover. It is a health insurance specifically tailored for international students. All international students must have OSHC when applying for student visa with the exception of:
- Norwegian students covered by the Norwegian National Insurance Scheme
- Swedish students covered by Kammarkollegiet
- Belgian students covered under the Reciprocal Health Care Agreement with Australia
General administration fees such as course enrolment and student visa application fee is not refundable. However, the tuition fee and OSHC fee are refundable, and you will need to refer to the school and health insurance provider’s policy for your eligibility.
If the student visa refusal is because of providing fraudulent documents or misleading information, no refund will be given.