|The purpose of this visa is to study in Australia. A student visa is granted once your enrolment by the education provider is approved. A student visa is granted for the duration of the studies you have chosen. Please note that a student visa enables you to study and work at the same time in Australia.|
Work entitlements are limited to 20 hours per week (part time , except during school break during which you can work full-time).
Getting signed up for the class you are aiming, paying and applying for the visa should take up at least one month (except for the classes requiring four to six months of preparation) and will cost you AU$430.
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There are certain conditions you must abide by as a holder of a student visa in Australia.
These conditions include:
|It is important to remember that conditions apply for overseas students studying in Australia on scholarships.|
Common issues found with holders of Australian student visas include breaches of certain conditions such as:
If you choose to not comply with the conditions accorded by your Australian visa, it may result in the cancellation of your visa and even deportations, as well as the possibility of being banned from returning to Australia for a certain period of time.
Remember to check that your Australian visa will be valid for the entire duration of your stay and your course. If it will expire before your studies or your stay is complete, you must apply for a new Australian visa.
Volunteer and unpaid work will also count in the 20 hours of work permitted for student visa holders, each week.
With regard to student visa holders and their Australian tax returns, below is a checklist of information necessary to complete your tax return or apply for an Australian Tax File Number:
Note that if you just want to study for a quarter, you may potentially do it through a Visitor or Working Holiday Visa.
Australian immigration laws change very quickly.
We are not immigration agents and cannot be held responsible if our informations are not entirely up-to-date.
To find out more, you can visit the Australian immigration website or contact an immigration lawyer.