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Study Abroad Precedure

Steps to study abroad

From your first student application to your moment of arrival in Australia all at once.

Step 1 –Consult with the Qualified Education Agent Counsellor

 We provide accurate information on institutions and courses for you to search for the best fitted for your current circumstances and needs. 

 We help you decide on your preferred course and institution through consultations with our professionally trained consultants.

Step 2 – Apply for the course

 Once you have decided on a course and an institution you will need to prepare supporting documentation to send with your application. The documents vary depending on the course, institution and qualification you are studying for. 

The most important documents include:

  • Certificates that verify your previous study, including qualifications you already have.
  • Evidence of your English language proficiency.
  • Certificates or documents which verify previous study or work experience if you are seeking course credits. – All documents must be translated into English.

 * Few institutions may charge application fee, and it is not refundable.

Once the education provider receives your application it will be assessed and you will be notified of the result. It may take a few weeks (longer for postgraduate applications) before your application is processed.

Step 3 – Receiving your Letter of Offer

 If your application is accepted, you will receive a ‘Letter of Offer’ and an acceptance form. To confirm your offer you must respond to this letter by signing and sending an acceptance of offer back to the institution. 

Tip:

  • Read the Letter of Offer carefully before you accept it.
  • Make sure that you understand all your rights, including the refund arrangements.
  • Do not accept the Letter of Offer if you have any inquiries on the Letter of Offer. Ask first, then accept.
  •  Keep a copy of the Letter of Offer. You will need this copy so that you aware of your rights and if you have to make a claim against the institution. 

 The Letter of Offer is a contract between you and the institution. It sets out the course you will be enrolled in, enrolment conditions, the fees you need to pay, and the refund payable if you don’t complete your course with that institution.

* Conditional Letter of Offer

 If you have received a Conditional Letter of Offer, this means you have been granted a place to study at institution if you meet the conditions stated in your Letter of Offer.

You must meet these conditions, and provide evidence to institution that you have done so, before you can accept your offer. If you are unable to provide this information, institution cannot process your acceptance form.

Step 4 – Pay your Tuition Fee

If you receive a Letter of Offer or meet the conditions stated in your ConditionalLetter of Offer, you willalso be required to pay tuition fees. Sign on your acceptance form and pay your tuition fee. 

Step 5 – Confirmation of Enrolment

After you have accepted your offer and paid your tuition fee, you will receive an ‘Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment’(eCoE) by email. This will outline your course start date, total course fees and how long your courses will run for.

Step 6 – Apply for Visa

If you are applying for your Student Visa through the Department of Home Affairs online lodgement facility, you will need the details of your eCoE to lodge your visa application.

Student Visa (Subclass 500)

All of following types of study are included on this visa.

  • Independent ELICOS(English Language Intensive Courses for Oversea Students)
  • Schools (primary and secondary)
  • Vocational education and training (VET)
  • Higher education
  • Postgraduate research
  • Non-award courses

Visa requirements

The student visa you need depends on your chosen course of study. As a guide, the typical key requirements you will need to meet are:

  • Issued an electronic Confirmation of Enrolment(eCoE) certificate.
  • Meet the Genuine Temporary Entrant requirement.
  • Sufficient funds for airfares, courses fees and living costs.
  • English language proficiency
  • Meet health and character requirements
  • Acceptable Overseas Student Health Cover(OSHC).

Overseas Student Health Cover(OSHC)

 Australia has a special system of health cover for international students called Overseas Students Health Cover(OSHC). It will help you pay for medical or hospital care and contribute towards the cost of most prescription medicines and an ambulance in an emergency. OSHC is a requirement of your student visa that you maintain it for the duration of your time on a student visa in Australia.

* Make sure that you meet requirements for a student visa before you accept an offer and pay any tuition fees.

Step 7 – Plan your Departure

Once you have been accepted to study at an institution and have received confirmation of your student visa, the next step is to start planning for your arrival.

Here is a checklist to help you plan your departure:

  • Passport and Visa – Check that your passport is valid for at least 6 months prior to your entry arrival in Australia, and that you have all your visa documentation. It is also a good idea to make copies of your passport in case you lose your passport.
  • Student enrolment and orientation documents – You will need your eCoE and student information pack, which you will have received from your institution.
  • Travel Insurance – You should also consider travel insurance, which covers things your OSHC may not – such as cancelled flights, lost documents, dental or optical care, etc.
  • Airfares – Make sure you are aware of the date and time of your flight. Keep your flight details in a safe and secure place, with your passport and visa.
  • Contact details – You may want to have a list of emergency contact details for family, as well as your embassy, accommodation and institution details. 
  • Australian currency – There are money exchange places available at Australian airports and in cities, but it is recommended to have some Australian currency on you prior to leaving your home country.
  • Transport from the airport – Whether you are taking public transport, a taxi, or you are being picked up from the airport, it is important that you have all the details including the time, the route. If you need a map to assist you in getting to your accommodation from the airport, they will be available at the airport, or you can print one prior to leaving.
  • Accommodation details – Make sure you have the address of where you will be staying as well as their phone number and payment confirmation (if you have already paid for your accommodation).

Step 8 – Arrival in Australia

When you arrive at an Australian airport, you will first need to go through immigration and customs clearance. After that, collect your luggage and get your new accommodation by public transport, taxi, Uber, or person who picks you up at airport. 

 If you have any difficulties or inquiries about courses, institutions and daily life after arrival in Australia, please visit BADA Global office nearest you. Our friendly staff will help you out.

GTE (Genuine Temporary Entrant Requirement)

From 5th of November 2011 Australian government implemented new entry requirements on all student visa applicants. This requirement reduces risks in immigration and help to maintain unity in student visa program. Through assessment on individual circumstances, student visa applicants are assessed whether primary purpose of coming to Australian is study or else. If student visa applicant intends to misuse student visa program, for example entering Australia primarily for work, visa application receive rejection. Student visa holders who have completed their study must leave Australia unless another visa has been granted.

GTE (Genuine Temporary Entrant Requirement)

From 5th of November 2011 Australian government implemented new entry requirements on all student visa applicants. This requirement reduces risks in immigration and help to maintain unity in student visa program. Through assessment on individual circumstances, student visa applicants are assessed whether primary purpose of coming to Australian is study or else. If student visa applicant intends to misuse student visa program, for example entering Australia primarily for work, visa application receive rejection. Student visa holders who have completed their study must leave Australia unless another visa has been granted.

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