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WHY STUDY IN CANADA

Australian universities are recognized worldwide for the quality of teaching, research and graduate employment. The popular study destinations excel in areas like science, technology, business, education and humanities. Students have an option at every level of study in Australia be it bachelors, graduate certificates, diplomas, masters or a doctorate. The Australian Universities provide an environment that promotes innovation, independent thought and creativity.

  • IELTS, TOEFL and PTE scores are accepted by all universities

  • Quick visa outcomes.

  • Scholarship opportunities are available for international students.

  • Lower entry requirements of universities with relatively higher international rankings.

  • Australia offers excellent value for money and a standard of living, which is among the highest in the world. Living expenses and tuition costs in Australia are considerably less expensive than the UK and USA.

  • High international rankings of Australian Universities. Australia has the third largest number of international students in the world, after the USA and UK.

  • You may find Australian very different from home, but it is welcoming, friendly and many Australians understand your culture. International experience will enhance your future job opportunities and can give you significant employment advantages.

  • Opportunity for Permanent Residency.

  • No application fee in majority of universities.

  • No Visa interviews.

  • Part time job opportunities for international students – 20 hours per week and full time on holidays.

  • Post-Study Work Visa for 2/3 years for undergraduate and post graduate courses.

  • For international students, who do not meet eligibility requirements, additional pathway programs available without elongating the term of course.

  • Australian qualifications and institutions are recognised globally for their high quality and excellence. Graduates from Australia are very successful in finding jobs and hold prominent positions worldwide. Additionally, they are readily accepted for postgraduate study at leading international universities.

Top

Humanities and Social Sciences

Including psychology, The study of Arts, Music and Theater are a few to name as the special courses to study in the Canadian universities.

Engineering and Technology

Engineering is one of the most sought after courses and lead to highly paid jobs. Tech courses are also not far behind.

Sports

It studies the psychology of sport and exercise. This includes coaching, motivation and emotion, psycho pharmacology, and stress.

Tourism And Hospitality

Tourism and leisure refers to the management of products and services related to such activities as traveling for pleasure, personal recreation and various social events.anadian universities.

Aviation

Briefly this course prepares you to operate safely in a complex aircraft, to understand the technologies and human factors that affect the successful operation of an aircraft and to assume the professional responsibility associated with being a commercial pilot.

Biological And Life Sciences

Canada is considered as one of the largest Biotechnology hub outside U.S.A. With its prominent universities and research institutes.Biologists can combine their biology degree with other fields to work in applied science such as biotechnology, forensic sciences, politics and policy and science writing.

Business Studies

It offered by most colleges in Canada and preferred by over 51% of aspiring students. Business schools in Canada develop future leaders by focusing on analytical, organizational and management skills.

Law And Regulations

Students learn a general overview of the Canadian legal system, and choose to specialize in civil or property law, environmental law, and many more.ersities.

Language

Canada has two official languages English as a Second Language (ESL) or French as a Second Language (FSL).

What is Student Direct Stream (SDS)

Indian students applying to universities and colleges in Canada can now expect faster visa processing through the Study Direct Stream (SDS) program launched by the Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada. Unlike the usual visa processing that may take up to 2-3 months, SDS allows students from India to avail their visa in 4-6 weeks. When a student who meets the eligibility criteria applies via SDS, most applications are processed within 20 calendar days.
A replacement to the erstwhile SPP program, SDS has more stringent rules and regulations to fulfill. However, it can be extremely beneficial for those who meet the criteria as it provides easy visa processing for SDS entitled DLI institutions and requires less financial documentation.
Before we move ahead, you’d need to understand a little about the Designated Learning Institutions (DLIs) and Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC).

What is a Designated Learning Institution (DLI)?

A designated learning institution or DLI is a university, school or college approved by a provincial or territorial government to host international students. All public universities, colleges and major private universities and colleges in Canada are DLI. So, if you’re applying for a study permit, you are required to have a letter of acceptance letter from a DLI. You should know that international students can only be recruited by a DLI; a non-DLI is not permitted to admit international students.

Note: DLI doesn’t entitle automatic eligibility for post-study work permit.

What is Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC) ?

A GIC is a Canadian investment that has a guaranteed rate of return for a fixed period of time.
In simple words, as an Indian student wanting to study in Canada, you’ll be required to open a Canadian bank account online with any one of the designated banks. Once your account is created, the bank holds your GIC in a student account or an investment account that you’ll be able to access only when you arrive in Canada. It releases your funds only upon the confirmation of your identity when arrive in the country. While you can take an initial lump sum amount on arrival, the remaining is distributed monthly or bi-monthly over a period of 10-12 months.

 

Remember, the bank from which you purchase your GIC must provide you with any of the following:

  1. A  GIC certificate
  2. A letter of attestation
  3. An Investment Balance confirmation
  4. An Investment Directions confirmation

The IRCC (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada) verifies every GIC, eliminating the possibility of any kind of financial document related fraud. No other financial document is required under SDS to prove to the IRCC that the student has sufficient funds to support their tuition fee and living expenses.

Banks that offer GIC in India

  • ICICI
  • Canadian Imperial Bank of
  • Commerce (CIBC)
  • SBI Canada
  • Scotiabank
  • HSBC Bank of Canada

What is the eligibility criteria for SDSa ?

To be able to apply for a study permit via SDS, certified conditions are required to be fulfilled:
Acceptance from a post-secondary designated learning institution (DLI)
Tuition fee paid for your first year of study
Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC) of CAD10,000
Minimum score of 6 in IELTS with no band less than 6 or a TEF (Test d’évaluation de français – French language proficiency test) score that is equal to a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) score of at least 7 in each skill (reading, writing, speaking and listening)

If you meet the criteria, then submit the following documents:

  1. Letter of acceptance from a DLI.
  2. Proof of payment of tuition fee for your first year of study.
  3. Proof of Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC) payment (certificate/letter of attestation).
  4. IELTS TRF or TEF score card.
  5. Copy of your medical examination from an authorised panel of doctors.
  6. Relevant academic background with complete academic documents.
  7. Additional requirement of CAQ for students intending to study in Quebec.

Note: All applications for SDS are submitted online.

Visa Application

You need to apply for your Student Visa for Australia through the Department of Home Affairs online lodging facility, then you will need the details of your electronic Confirmation of Enrolment to lodge your visa application.

Student Visa Conditions

  1. Valid Passport
  2. Completed Form 157 A
  3. Completed Form 956A
  4. Visa application fees of AUD 575 payable to Australian High Commission (Subject to change)
  5. Letter of Offer / Provisional Acceptance (Original and Copy) issued by the Australian Educational Institution for a full-time course. The institution should be registered with CRICOS to offer courses to an overseas student.
  6. Educational Testimonials (Mark Sheets and Certificates). All copies should be Notary Attested.
  7. IELTS/TOEFL/PTE scorecard
  8. Resume & detailed statement of purpose
  9. Work Experience Documents (If any)
  10. Evidence of Payment (COE) of First-Semester Tuition Fees and Overseas Student Health Insurance Cover (OSHC)
  11. Referral Letter (HAP ID)
  12. Evidence of your / your parent’s financial support (even where another sponsor is supporting the application)
  13. A Letter from the Sponsor. Affidavit of Support (original and notary attested copies on stamp paper) which should include:
  • Income Tax Return (of last three years)
  • Details of the sponsors’ other dependents
  • The sponsors’ relationship with you
  • Personal bank statement of the sponsor
  • Any other documents about financial standing

Visa Documents and other Requisites

Your visa is subject to a number of visa conditions that you must comply with study in Australia.
  • Maintain a satisfactory academic performance.
  • Not work more than 40 hours per fortnight while studying. You can, however, work full-time during vacation.
  • Satisfy the course requirements and maintain a valid enrolment.
  • Attend at least 80% of the classes.
  • Maintain health insurance for the duration of stay in Australia.
  • Prove yourself to be a genuine temporary entrant (GTE) which means that you need to show you are coming to Australia temporarily to gain a quality education
There are numerous scholarships, grants, and bursaries offered by the Australian Government, education institutions, and many public and private organizations. The Australian Government invests More than $200,000,000 on International Scholarship Annually. In fact, for some students, particularly those who pay out-of-state-tuition, studying abroad can sometimes be cheaper than a traditional on-campus semester.
While International students study in Australia mostly on a full fee paying basis, the Australian Government and many Australian institutions offer their own scholarships to international students. Government-funded Australian scholarships for international students.
  1. Australia Awards Scholarships (AAS) – Scholarships to study in Australia for students of all degree levels (bachelors, masters, PhD) hailing from selected countries within the Asia-Pacific region, Africa and the Middle East.
  2. Destination Australia awards – Over 1,000 scholarships of up to AU$15,000 per student per year are available to both domestic and international students to study at all study levels at universities in regional Australia.
  3. Research Training Program (RTP)  – Postgraduate-level Australian scholarships for domestic and international students to study a research degree at a participating Australian university.
Some individual universities occasionally offer scholarships or research grants for outstanding students. Some important ones are:
  1. Australia Awards Scholarships(AWS): For people from developing countries to undertake undergraduate and post graduate programs at participating Australian universities and Technical and Further Education (TAFE) institutions. The scholarship benefits generally include: full tuition fees, return air travel, establishment allowance, contribution to living expenses (CLE), Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC),  etc.
  2. Endeavour Postgraduate Scholarship Awards(for Masters or PhD)
  3. International Postgraduate Research Scholarships (IPRS)for students to undertakea postgraduate research qualification in Australia covering tuition fees and health cover costs.
  4. University of Sydney International Research Scholarships(For Post Graduate studies).
  5. Macquarie University International Scholarships– For outstanding students in undergraduate or post graduate programs.
  6. University of Melbourne Graduate & Undergraduate Research Scholarships.
  7. Adelaide Scholarships International (University of Adelaide).
  8. Flinders International Postgraduate Scholarships (for Research Masters or Research Doctorate).
Note:  Keep track of the application deadlines so that you can apply well in advance. There are certain institution scholarships which do not require an application; you will be automatically considered when you apply for your course, if you are eligible.

Location

It lies in the southern hemisphere so the weather seasons are opposite to that of India. Australia has five of the 30 best cities in the world for students to live in based on student mix, affordability, quality of life, and employment opportunities. The capital of Australia is Canberra.

Education system

Australia is one of the top study destinations with an excellent education system. Some colleges and universities are publicly funded, while others are privately supported.  Australia has 39 universities, 37 out of which are public and two are private. With 8 out of 120 World’s Top Universities and 5 out of 30 Best Student Cities in the World, Australia is home to over 1100 institutions offering a wide range of programs.35 Australian universities are among the world’s best-ranked universities. Most of the best colleges in the country are situated in cities like Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.Australia has the third-highest number of international students in the world after the United Kingdom and the United States. Australia’s national quality assurance system is unique in its structure and rigor.

Lifestyle

Australians are known to be friendly and helpful people, with a great sense of humor. Australia is considered one of the most competitive nations on Earth. This covers all areas of life including the workplace. While English is Australia’s national language, there are certain words and expressions that have come to be regarded as uniquely Australian through common usage. Some of them might seem strange to non-Australians. Australians love their sport, both playing it and watching it. The most loved sports in Australia include Australian football, rugby, and cricket. This relatively benign climate has resulted in a country where people spend a good deal of time outdoors at beaches, in the countryside or on sporting fields as either spectators or participants.

Stay Permits

Now Adelaide, Perth and Gold Coast are classified as regional by the federal government. This allows the cities’ university graduates an additional year of post-study work rights (PSWR). Also, the graduates in Darwin city can stay for two more years and Ph.D. graduates can stay up to six years. Even after receiving the regional status for migration, all cities other than Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane will not be entitled to the Destination Australia scholarships. Only areas classified as ‘Inner Regional Australia’ to ‘Very Remote Australia’ remain eligible for Destination Australia. Darwin as the only capital city which has access to both the scholarship scheme and an additional two years of PSW. There were nearly 589,000 Indian immigrants living in Australia in 2017. They represent the second-largest immigrant group by country of origin, after China. Almost one-third of all Indian immigrants reside in Victoria.

Popular Colleges Universities

The top universities in Australia are The Australian National University, The University of New South Wales, The University of Melbourne, The University of Western Sydney, and Monash University (in no particular order). The area of New South Wales on the east coast of Australia is the centre of all its renowned academic institutes. Most of the best colleges in the country are situated in cities like Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane, Melbourne, and Perth. Information Technology and Information System, Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil and Structural Engineering, Planning and Architecture, Accounting, Master of Business Administration (MBA), Health Care, Information Technology, and Hotel Management are the preferred courses Indian students pursue in Australia.

Safety in Australia

Australia is a multicultural society that welcomes people from other cultures, countries, and backgrounds. While the majority of Indian students studying in Australia have a positive experience of living and studying in Australia, there were incidents of assault as well as of robbery during 2009 and 2010, which affected not only Indian students.

Weather

Australia is diverse in its geography and climate. The country is located in the southern hemisphere. This means Australia’s summer starts in December and winter begins in June. Nearly a third of Australia is in the tropics where the average temperatures are in the mid 20 degrees Celsius. The southern areas are in a temperate zone.

Startup

$13,000 / month
  • Undergraduate program
  • Postgraduate master’s degree
  • Doctoral degree
  • MBA
Canada’s generous immigration policy allows the spouse and minor children of international students studying full time UG or PG courses to accompany them to Canada to work and study. In this way, a student’s entire close family can benefit from a Canadian experience. The spouse is allowed to work under an open work permit for any employer in Canada, and does not require a Labour Market Opinion or job offer as stipulated under LMIA (explained later). Your minor children do not require a study permit to attend school at the pre-school, primary, or secondary levels. However, once the child reaches the age of majority, he or she must apply for a study permit to continue studies in Canada.
Canada’s generous immigration policy allows the spouse and minor children of international students studying full time UG or PG courses to accompany them to Canada to work and study. In this way, a student’s entire close family can benefit from a Canadian experience. The spouse is allowed to work under an open work permit for any employer in Canada, and does not require a Labour Market Opinion or job offer as stipulated under LMIA (explained later). Your minor children do not require a study permit to attend school at the pre-school, primary, or secondary levels. However, once the child reaches the age of majority, he or she must apply for a study permit to continue studies in Canada.
Many of the institutions in Canada offer paid internships as part of the course where the students get the opportunity to work full time in industry relating to their area of study. Some programs in Canada like co-op do include work experience as part of their curriculum. You need to apply for a work permit only if your acceptance letter confirms that a co-op or internship placement is part of your program’s curriculum. In such a case the work permit will be processed as part of the application and the student will be issued SW-1 visa.S-1 stands for Study Visa and SW-1 visa is for Study and Work visa or study permit with work permit. Students who have a compulsory co-op in their program are supposed to be issued SW-1 visa.
Many of the institutions in Canada offer paid internships as part of the course where the students get the opportunity to work full time in industry relating to their area of study. Some programs in Canada like co-op do include work experience as part of their curriculum. You need to apply for a work permit only if your acceptance letter confirms that a co-op or internship placement is part of your program’s curriculum. In such a case the work permit will be processed as part of the application and the student will be issued SW-1 visa.S-1 stands for Study Visa and SW-1 visa is for Study and Work visa or study permit with work permit. Students who have a compulsory co-op in their program are supposed to be issued SW-1 visa.

PGWP

For International Students in Canada

In Canada, International students upon completing their post-secondary education in Canada may apply for a Post-Graduation Work Permit(PGWP), in order to gain Canadian work experience.The PGWP allows eligible international graduates to work in Canada after their studies for a period of up to three years.

Normally a work permit visa is granted for one year on a study of one year. For a study of at least 2 or more years the student can get post study work visa for up to 3 years.The Government of Canada provides the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program as part of its efforts to attract international students and retain them as skilled workers. The program provides an open work permit, which allows international graduates to work for any Canadian employer in any industry without the requirement of a Canadian job offer at the time of applying.International students can only receive one Post-Graduation Work Permit from IRCC. The work experience gained through the PGWPP will help you garner valuable points to qualify for permanent residency in Canada. The permanent resident visa is determined on a point based system.

PGWP

Eligibility Requirements

To be eligible for a Post-Graduation Work Permit, international students must have:

  • Completed studies in Canada in an academic, vocational or professional training program that is at least eight months long at Designated Learning Institution (DLI) List.Study program must lead to a degree, diploma or certificate.  All universities/ colleges which are permitted to admit international students are usually having recognition as DLI.
  • Held full-time student status in Canada during every academic session of the program or programs of study completed and included as part of their post-graduation work permit application.

PGWP

For International Students in Canada

Certain categories of students pursuing courses like self-improvement courses, distance learning programs received funding or participated in the Government of Canada Awards Program, are ineligible for work permits.There are a few special cases where international students may be eligible for a Post-Graduation Work Permit if they have completed an accelerated or distance learning program or requested a leave from studies.

Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP)

The pilot was created to connect foreign workers with Canadian employers from communities facing labour shortages.The following communities are now accepting applications through the pilot:
  • Brandon, Manitoba
  • Altona/Rhineland, Manitoba
  • Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
  • Vernon, B.C.

Applying for permanent residence through pilot communities

A candidate must first meet federal eligibility requirements. a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) of level five or higher in English or French. Candidates are given a score based on human capital factors. The system includes in its scoring grid the candidate’s potential to integrate and stay in the community. Prospective can receive up to 100 points for factors such as age, and language as well as their connection to the community. Having previously worked, studied, or bought property in the community will help improve a candidate’s score. Candidates can get points for having travelled to the community, for having a Canadian driver’s license or permit, and for having family connections in the area. The wage of the candidate’s job offer may also have an effect on their score.Candidates applying from abroad must complete a 15 to 30-minute interview via video conference. Those who are currently in the community may need to attend an in-person interview, at the committee’s discretion.

Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP)

The pilot was created to connect foreign workers with Canadian employers from communities facing labour shortages.The following communities are now accepting applications through the pilot:
  • Brandon, Manitoba
  • Altona/Rhineland, Manitoba
  • Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
  • Vernon, B.C.

Applying for permanent residence through pilot communities

A candidate must first meet federal eligibility requirements. a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) of level five or higher in English or French. Candidates are given a score based on human capital factors. The system includes in its scoring grid the candidate’s potential to integrate and stay in the community. Prospective can receive up to 100 points for factors such as age, and language as well as their connection to the community. Having previously worked, studied, or bought property in the community will help improve a candidate’s score. Candidates can get points for having travelled to the community, for having a Canadian driver’s license or permit, and for having family connections in the area. The wage of the candidate’s job offer may also have an effect on their score.Candidates applying from abroad must complete a 15 to 30-minute interview via video conference. Those who are currently in the community may need to attend an in-person interview, at the committee’s discretion.

Tuition fee is your prime expenditure

Most commonly, courses in humanities, education and arts are a little cheaper, while subjects such as medicine and engineering are more expensive. You can apply to various scholarships to bring down your educational expenses.

S.No.Study ProgramAverage Fee per annum
1.Undergraduate program12,000 to 25,000
2.Postgraduate master’s degree14,000 to 35,000
3.Doctoral degree7,000 to 10,000
4.MBA42,000

Living Expenses Example

You need to keep a little money aside for your grocery shopping, social activities and emergency situations. A single student budget in Canada comes out to be approx. CAD 15,000 (indicative).

Accommodation options in Canada

On-campus residence facility or look for an off-campus accommodation. Most universities in Canada offer dormitories or townhouses for students from other countries. Living as a resident on-campus is a very affordable option.  If you wish to stay alone, you can get a space for yourself on rent in shared apartments/condominium.Cost for on-campus accommodation may range anywhere from CAD 8,000 to CAD 10,000 (annually) whereas living in a shared apartment can cost you around CAD 400 to CAD 700 per month depending upon your location and time of the year.

Others

  • Communication expenses:  Look for cost-effective calling plans and student discounts in order to stay connected with your loved ones within your monthly budget.
  • Books and supplies: Books for engineering courses can cost you approx. CAD 250 to CAD 350 and for law, medicine and pharmacy, the value can go higher. You can manage this in your budget by opting for second hand books, buying digital versions or even securing a library membership.
  • Personal expenses and incidentals: Your daily expenses will include laundry, toiletries, clothing, dining out, etc. This depends entirely on the kind of lifestyle you choose for yourself.
  • Tution Fee $20

    Most commonly, courses in humanities, education and arts are a little cheaper, while subjects such as medicine and engineering are more expensive. You can apply to various scholarships to bring down your educational expenses.

  • Undergraduate program 12,000 to 25,000
  • Postgraduate master’s degree 14,000 to 35,000
  • Accommodation 20%

    Most commonly, courses in humanities, education and arts are a little cheaper, while subjects such as medicine and engineering are more expensive. You can apply to various scholarships to bring down your educational expenses.

  • Cost of your Student Visa and Permit 150 approx
  • Postgraduate master’s degree 14,000 to 35,000

In most cases, to work in Canada, a foreign national requires a work permit.Generally, Canadian employers wishing to employ a foreign worker in Canada must first obtain authorization from Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC), otherwise known as a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). Canadian employers must demonstrate that employing a foreign worker will not have a negative impact on the Canadian labour market and that there is currently no Canadian citizen or permanent resident available to fill the position. This is typically accomplished by advertising the position on several venues, thus demonstrating there was no suitable Canadian for the job.

Work permits without the need of LMIA

  • Post-graduation(UG & PG) work permits (Post-graduation refers to post-secondary study leading to UG/ PG degree or diploma.)
  • To allow international students studying in Canada to fulfill academic requirements known as co-op placements.
  • To allow the accompanying spouses of certain work permit and Study. Permit holders residing in Canada to work in Canada.
  • Post-Graduation Work Permits (PGWP) for International Students in Canada.
Step 1: Employer applies for Labour Market Impact Assessment.
Step 2: Employer extends Temporary Job Offer.
Step 3: Once a positive or neutral LMIA is granted, Foreign Worker applies for Work Permit.
Step 4: Work Permit is issued.

Significant benefit factors for a positive or neutral LMIA


Apart from the situations outlined below in this section, Canadian visa officers have a degree of flexibility in assessing whether the issuance of a work permit to a foreign national is desirable without the need for a LMIA to be secured. This is known as significant social or cultural benefit, based on the following: Objective measures for “significant social or cultural benefit”:
  • An official academic record showing that the foreign national has a degree, diploma, certificate, or similar award from a college, university, school, or other institution of learning relating to the area of their ability;
  • Evidence from current or former employers showing that the foreign national has significant full time experience in the occupation for which he or she is sought (significant in this context can be taken to mean ten or more years’ experience);
  • Has been the recipient of national or international awards or patent;
  • Evidence of membership in organizations requiring excellence of its members;
  • Having been the judge of the work of others;
  • Evidence of recognition for achievements and significant contributions to the field by peers, governmental organizations, or professional or business associations;
  • Evidence of scientific or scholarly contributions to the field by the foreign national;
  • Publications authored by the foreign national in academic or industry publications; and.or
  • Leading role of the foreign national in an organization with a distinguished reputation.

Yes, degrees from Australian institutions are accepted worldwide and known for their quality of education.

Yes, 10+2+3 system is accepted by Australian universities for master’s programs.

The gap is accepted only if it is justifiable with proper supporting documents.

CRICOS is Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students. As an international student on a student visa, you have to study with an institution and in a course that is registered on CRICOS as this registration assures that the course and the institution at which you want to study meets the high standards expected by international students to study in Australia.

All students under 18 years of age must have welfare arrangements in place for the duration of their stay in Australia until they turn to the age of 18.

All students with subclass 500 visa are allowed to work 40 hours per fortnight and full-time during vacations. Doctorate students can work full-time throughout the year.

Yes, there are internships in Australia but for selective courses. Internships for international students in Australia may be paid or unpaid depending on the industry and the length of placement. Internships provide a great opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the area of your study.

There are many consumer protection and support services available for international students. These services may be provided directly by institutions or by state, territory and federal government departments.

As an international student, you need to have Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for the entire duration of your study in Australia. Along with OSHC you can also consider purchasing private health insurance for items that your OSHC does not cover.

The student visa requirements depend on your course of study and certain other significant requirements like an electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE) certificate, Genuine Temporary Entrant requirement, sufficient funds, English language proficiency, health and character requirements and Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC).

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