You would like to enrol into a high school, an English language course or some other course, bachelor or postgraduate studies, but you do not know from where to start.
Get informed about a visa
Firstly, please, read about Student Visa 500 and its conditions. If your parent or guardian would like to accompany you and stay with you in Australia during the time of your studies, then we also recommend you to read the section about the Student Guardian Visa 590.
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When lodging the visa application, in most cases you are required to pay a visa application charge (VAC) to the Australian Department of Home Affairs. The costs of our services are not included in VAC.
If you want to get a professional assistance from our Registered Migration Agent, you can choose one of the three services we offer to our clients:
If you are a citizen of a country that is part of a biometric programme, we advise you to read more about it here and check the procedure for biometric data collection and additional costs you may have.
In addition to these services, we also provide a service of Study Enrolment.
For more details, please, read Study Enrolment on our website.
Health insurance is mandatory requirement for a Student visa and you are expected to have a specific insurance called Overseas Student Health Cover – OSHC.
We can help you get insurance with an authorised insurance company. The price of the OSHC depends on the chosen insurance company and the length of your stay in Australia.
You can read more about health insurance here.
You were refused a Student visa and do not know what to do now.
Please, read about how we can help you in the process of asking for a decision review or contact us for more information.
Who are we?
To find out more about our service, check the part about Our offer.
We recommend you to read the frequently asked questions here before contacting us, as maybe some answers to your questions can be found here.