Why Study in Australia?
With over 22000 courses at 1100 institutions, Australia has always been a popular higher education destination for international students. Backed by its strong infrastructure for education, a higher standard of life, education in Australia has gained increased acceptance globally.
After the other two popular international study destination - the UK and the US, Australia comes as the 3rd most popular study destination as per the student numbers.Apart from strong academic might, most of these education institutions are housed in five of the 30 best cities in the world for students based on ethnicity of students, affordable tuition fees and living costs, higher quality of life, and employment opportunities.
International students can also avail scholarships provided by the Australian Government totalling to A$ 200 million each year across various study areas of Natural Sciences & Mathematics, Life & Agricultural Sciences, Clinical Medicine & Pharmacy, Physics, Accounting, Business Administration, Engineering, Aviation and many more.
Simplified student visa framework (SSVF)
Australian Government has introduced simplified student visa framework (SSVF) from 1 July 2016.Number of changes to student visa applications has been introduced as part of the new Simplified Student Visa Framework (SSVF).
1. Reduction of student visa subclasses:: All students will now apply for the same visa — student visa (subclass 500) — regardless of the qualification they choose to study. Family members of student visa holders will also apply for the student visa (subclass 500), while student guardians apply for the new student guardian visa (subclass 590). Students were previously required to apply for one of eight student visa subclasses, depending on the qualification level and sector in which they enrolled.
2. New immigration risk framework: Students will be assessed on their immigration risk based on their country of citizenship and intended education provider, rather than the sector in which they choose to study. This assessment will be used to determine the amount of evidence, including evidence relating to financial capacity and English language proficiency, they need to provide with their application. Students with the lowest immigration risk will be eligible for streamlined evidentiary requirements, which means they will be able to meet financial and English language requirements by providing a declaration and Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE).
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For more information regarding programs, scholarships, admissions, visas and Complete application process for studying in Australia.Please call Mr. Yogesh at 9851052736.