Student Visa (Subclass 500) is a visa category offered by the Australian government that allows international students to study full-time at registered educational institutions in Australia. The visa is granted for the duration of the course enrolled in and permits students to work a limited number of hours per week.
To apply for a Student Visa (Subclass 500), applicants need to have a confirmed offer of enrollment from an Australian educational institution, sufficient funds to cover their living expenses, health insurance coverage, and meet the English language proficiency requirements. The application process involves completing an online application, providing necessary documents such as passport details, academic transcripts, and financial statements, undergoing a health examination, and paying the required visa application fee. Once approved, the visa allows students to enter and remain in Australia for the duration of their studies.
Visa Application Whole Process
Necessary Documents for a Student Visa (Subclass 500) application typically include a valid passport, Confirmation of Enrollment (CoE) or Letter of Offer from an Australian educational institution, evidence of sufficient funds to cover tuition fees and living expenses, evidence of English language proficiency, health insurance coverage, academic transcripts and qualifications, a completed visa application form, and any additional documents required by the Department of Home Affairs.
Confirmation of Enrollment (CoE) or Letter of Offer from an Australian educational institution.
Financial proof to cover tuition fees and living expenses.