The Student (Temporary) (Class TU) (Subclass 500) visa allows for the entry of genuine international students to Australia for the purpose of studying in the country on a temporary basis.
Student Visa (Subclass 500)
- You may be in or outside Australia to lodge a valid visa application.
- This visa allows you to work (with specific conditions and limitations), study and live in Australia.
- This is a Temporary visa and allows you to stay in Australia temporarily. The type and length of your course of study will determine the length of your visa.
Key Eligibility requirements
- You must be enrolled in a course of study (eCOE).
- You must meet the genuine temporary stay requirement (GTE).
- If required by the Minister, you may need to provide evidence of your level of English language proficiency.
- You must be able to demonstrate that you have access to sufficient funds to cover the cost of your stay in Australia including the ability to pay course fees, travel to and from Australia and living costs.
- You must maintain adequate arrangements for health insurance (OSHC)
- You must satisfy certain Public Interest criteria and Special Return criteria.
- You must meet health and character requirements.
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