The student visa is the most common visa to study in Australia. However, other types of visas might better suit your plans.
A Visitor visa allows you to study for a maximum of three months. This visa can be used by visitors wishing to take a 10-week English Intensive Language Course for Overseas Students (ELICOS).
To be eligible for this visa you must:
Read more about visitor visas on the Department of Home Affairs website.
The training visa is a temporary visa that allows you to take part in workplace-based training in Australia for up to two years.
With this visa, you can participate in occupational training activities to improve your skills for your current job, area of tertiary study or field of expertise, or in a professional development training program in Australia.
For more information on this visa visit the Department of Home Affairs website.
The Working Holiday Maker (WHM) Program has two visa options: the Work and Holiday visa (subclass 462) and the Working Holiday visa (subclass 417)
Visa holders may work and undertake short-term study (up to four months), such as English language studies, during their holiday in Australia.
To be eligible you must:
Read more about the Working Holiday Maker Program at the Department of Home Affairs website.
Explore your visa options for studying in Australia at the Department of Home Affairs website.
If you want professional immigration assistance with your visa application, check the OMARA Register to find a registered migration agent or find out more about who can provide immigration assistance.