This Visa allows you to visit Australia to participate in a course of study
- 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 you have a welfare arrangement, if you are under 18
- If in Australia hold an eligible substantive visa
Providing a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE)
You must be enrolled in a full time course registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS).
Applying outside Australia: provide a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) for each course of study with your visa application.
Applying inside Australia: provide a CoE or Letter of Offer for all intended courses. You must provide your CoE before we can grant your visa.
Packaged courses and CoEs
If you are applying for more than 1 course in your student visa application you must include all CoE codes in the application form or your visa period may only consider the duration of the course according to the the CoE provided.
You can apply to take 2 or more courses on your Student visa where one course clearly leads to the next. Course gaps must be less than two calendar months, unless the first course finishes at the end of the standard academic year and the next course commences at the beginning of the standard academic year.
If you are applying for more than 1 course in your student visa application you must include all CoE codes in the application form or your visa may only cover the CoE provided.
Other evidence of enrolment
You do not need to provide a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) if you are:
- enrolled in a full-time course of study or training under a scholarship scheme approved by the Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade: provide a letter of support
- sponsored by the Australian Department of Defence: provide a letter of support
- a secondary exchange student: provide an Acceptance Advice of Secondary Exchange Student (AASES) form
- a postgraduate research student who needs to stay in Australia while your thesis is marked: provide a letter from your education provider
As part of your student visa application the department will assess to see if you are genuinely going to stay in Australia temporarily (Genuine Temporary Entrant).
In order to prove this, we need evidence such as:
- statement of purpose
- evidence of your/your family economic circumstances in home country (this is very important, you can show your family’s financial situation in home country by bank accounts, whether they have a business, house, etc.)
- ties to your home country (evidence of financial and personal ties to your home country, such as evidence of assets in home country consistent with your family background, family or social ties that would provide sufficient inducement for them to return to home country at the end of your studies). Please provide a list of your family members and other social ties (friends, previous co-workers, etc.)
- evidence of past study (we have your accounting diploma)
- work experience (we do not have any work experience evidence) – Please provide evidence of employment for at least the previous
12 months, evidence of an offer of employment upon your return home, tax returns or financial statements
- letter from your employer or statement from the applicant attesting to a need by the applicant for (improved) skills for the purposes of their employment or career prospects
- evidence of a range of professional or academic outcomes supporting the need for a new career direction.
English Language Requirement:
Please refer to the Link below for English Language Requirements