English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students Visa – Subclass 570

Primary or secondary school course Visa – Subclass 571

Vocational education and training (VET) Visa – Subclass 572

Higher education Visa – Subclass 573

Postgraduate research Visa – Subclass 574

Non-award Visa – Subclass 575

Foreign Affairs or Defence Visa – Subclass 576

Student Guardians – Subclass 580

 

Independent ELICOS Sector visa (subclass 570)

This visa allows international students to study a full-time English Language Intensive Course for overseas students (ELICOS) in Australia.​ This includes:

  • courses that lead to a certificate I, II, III or IV
  • courses that result in no formal Australian award.

 

Requirements

  • You might be able to get this visa if you are enrolled as a student in a registered English Language Intensive Course for Overseas Students (ELICOS).
  • depending on their circumstances, show that they genuinely intend to stay in Australia temporarily
  • meet academic requirements
  • have financial means to support themselves
  • meet health, insurance and character requirements.

 

Australian English Language Study Visa – Subclass 570 Entitlements

  • This visa is a temporary visa, allowing you multiple exits and entries to Australia, valid for the duration of the English language course. If you are granted English Language Study (ELICOS) visa, you will be permitted to work:
  • a maximum of 20 hours per week during term; and
  • as much as you like during term breaks.

 

Australian Schools Student Visa – Subclass 571

School Student Visa is for children wish to study a primary or secondary school course or an approved secondary school exchange program in Australia.

Requirements

  • be enrolled in a registered a primary or secondary school course or an approved secondary school exchange program
  • depending on their circumstances, show that they genuinely intend to stay in Australia temporarily
  • meet academic requirements
  • have financial means to support themselves
  • meet health, insurance and character requirements.

If you or your child is under 18 years of age, you will also need to meet certain visa requirements by demonstrating that you have:

  • parental permission to be able to study in Australia; and
  • made suitable arrangements for your accommodation, support and general welfare during the duration of your stay in Australia.

 

Australian Schools Student Visa – Subclass 571 Entitlements

This visa is a temporary visa, allowing you multiple exits and entries to Australia, valid for the duration of your course. If you are granted this visa, subject to age restrictions, you will be permitted to work:

  • a maximum of 20 hours per week during term; and
  • as much as you like during term breaks.

 

Vocational Education and Training Sector visa (subclass 572)

This visa is designed for international students applying to study in Australia and whose main course of study is:

  • a certificate I, II, III and IV (except ELICOS)
  • a VET diploma
  • a VET advanced diploma
  • a vocational graduate certificate
    or
  • a vocational graduate diploma.

Requirements

  • be enrolled in a registered Vocational Education and Training course.
  • depending on their circumstances, show that they genuinely intend to stay in Australia temporarily
  • meet academic requirements
  • have financial means to support themselves
  • meet health, insurance and character requirements.

 

Vocational Education and Training Sector visa – Subclass 572 Prerogative

This visa is a temporary visa, allowing you multiple exits and entries to Australia, valid for the duration of your course. If you are granted this visa, subject to age restrictions, you will be permitted to work:

  • a maximum of 20 hours per week during term; and
  • as much as you like during term breaks.

 

Australian Higher Education Student Visa – Subclass 573

Australia is one of the popular destination for international students who aspire to enrol in higher education.

 

Australian Higher Education Student Visa is for International students wish to study to study the following programs in Australia.

  • A bachelors Degree or associate degree
  • A graduate Certificate or graduate diploma
  • A master degree by course work
  • A higher education diploma or advanced diploma

 

Requirements

  • be enrolled in a registered bachelor or associate degree, a graduate certificate or graduate diploma, a masters degree by coursework or a higher education diploma or advanced diploma course as their main course of study.
  • depending on their circumstances, show that they genuinely intend to stay in Australia temporarily
  • meet academic requirements
  • have financial means to support themselves
  • meet health, insurance and character requirements.

 

Australian Higher Education Student Visa – Subclass 573 Prerogative

This visa is a temporary visa, allowing you multiple exits and entries to Australia, valid for the duration of your course. If you are granted this visa, subject to age restrictions, you will be permitted to work:

  • a maximum of 20 hours per week during term; and
  • as much as you like during term breaks.

 

Postgraduate Research Sector visa (subclass 574)

Students who wish to pursue the following courses in Australia, must apply for this visa.

  • a masters degree by research
  • a doctoral degree.

Requirements

  • be enrolled in a registered masters degree by research or a doctoral degree as their main course of study.
  • depending on their circumstances, show that they genuinely intend to stay in Australia temporarily
  • meet academic requirements
  • have financial means to support themselves
  • meet health, insurance and character requirements.

 

Postgraduate Research Sector visa (subclass 574)- Prerogative

This visa is a temporary visa, allowing you multiple exits and entries to Australia, valid for the duration of your course. If you are granted this visa, subject to age restrictions, you will be permitted to work:

  • a maximum of 20 hours per week during term; and
  • as much as you like during term breaks.

 

Non Award Sector Visa – Subclass 575

Student who wish to study a Non award foundation studies course or a  course or components of a course (other than ELICOS) that does not lead to an award, must apply for this visa.

Requirements

  • be enrolled in a registered Non award foundation studies course or a  course or components of a course (other than ELICOS) that does not lead to an award course, as their main course of study.
  • depending on their circumstances, show that they genuinely intend to stay in Australia temporarily
  • meet academic requirements
  • have financial means to support themselves
  • meet health, insurance and character requirements.

 

Non Award Sector Visa – Subclass 575- Prerogative

This visa is a temporary visa, allowing you multiple exits and entries to Australia, valid for the duration of your course. If you are granted this visa, subject to age restrictions, you will be permitted to work:

  • a maximum of 20 hours per week during term; and
  • as much as you like during term breaks.