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This visa is for students who want to come to Australia to study at a registered education institution.

What this visa lets you do

  • You can study a CRICOS registered full-time course in Australia.
  • Eligible family members can accompany you to Australia.

Before you apply

Before you apply for this visa, you must have:

  • been accepted to study full-time at an educational institution in Australia
  • organised appropriate welfare arrangements for the duration of your intended stay in Australia if you are under 18 years of age.

How long this visa lasts

This visa allows you to stay in Australia for the duration of your course.

​Duration of course ​Duration of visa
​Longer than 10 months and finishing at the end of the Australian academic year (November – December) ​Your visa will usually be granted to March 15 of the following year.
Longer than 10 months (finishing January – October)​ ​Your visa will usually be granted for two months longer than the duration of your course.
​10 months or less ​Your visa will usually be granted for one month longer than the duration of your course.

Global visa processing times

Stream ​75 per cent of applications processed ​90 per cent of applications processed
​Independent ELICOS Sector 49 days ​61 days
​Schools Sector ​30 days ​79 days
​Vocational Education and Training Sector ​26 days ​58 days
​Higher Education Sector ​21 days 37 days
​Postgraduate Research Sector 59 days ​87 days
​Non-Award Sector ​24 days ​54 days
​Foreign Affairs or Defence Sector ​15 days ​32 days

Last updated 13 April 2017 (for month ending 31 March 2017)

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3 Comments

  1. amritpal singh   |  Monday, 27 June 2016 at 8:06 am

    schooling visa for 6+ child

  2. Roshan Sharma   |  Sunday, 18 September 2016 at 9:11 am

    Hi
    I am Roshan Sharma from Nepal. I m thinking to apply the visa for MPA in Australia.
    So provide me your kind information for the process where as In case of IELTS marks is available.

    Thanking for yr kind information.

  3. Sekou   |  Saturday, 11 March 2017 at 5:48 pm

    Dear Sir/Madam.
    I am student from Guinea and I will like to continued forward my study in
    AUSTRILIA so there I am asking for help to provide me with more information
    How can applied and get this student Visa.
    Thank you.
    Sekou

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