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Student Itinerary for Applying To Australian Institutions

August 2022

Australia is a thriving country noted for its outback wilderness, Koalas, and Kangaroos, as well as clean water and air. But the country has so much more to offer than that. Many overseas students choose to study in Australia because of its great education system, laid-back culture, and high standard of living.

If you want to study in Australia, you'll need to plan ahead of time and must follow a series of stages.

Studying in Australian Institutions



Other entrance conditions must be met for both your visa application and the institution. The following are some requirements that need to be considered:

English language requirements: For student visa applications in Australia, the Australian Department of Home Affairs recognizes five English language examinations. They are as follows: International English Language Testing System (IELTS), Occupational English Test (OET), Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE), Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic and Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)

Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC): OSHC is a type of international student health insurance that covers the expenses of hospital and medical treatment that students may require while living and studying in Australia.

Academic prerequisites: If you intend to study in Australia, you must ensure that your qualifications will be accepted by your chosen educational institution.

Proof of financial backing for your education: Before leaving your home country, compile a list of all your expenses, including study charges, accommodation, food, travel, and health insurance.

1. Check the admission pre-requisites | 18 months pre-arrival It's important to review the academic and English language requirements before applying to Australian university programmes. It should be finished at least one and a half years before you arrive.

2. Plan and prep for the English language tests | 18 months pre-arrival If your institute of application has an English language requirement, make a registration at least 18 months before you arrive since you'll need to provide the results when applying for a student visa. Verify the required score and the exam that the institution will accept by contacting them. Because certain Australian educational institutions only accept scores that are no older than two years, you must not apply for the English exam too soon.

3. Enroll | 12 - 14 months pre-arrival Get in touch with the institution you want to attend and find out what paperwork is required. You can apply online on the institution’s website or through a leading education consultant like Edwise International.

4. Complete and submit your application | 12 - 14 months pre-arrival You must carefully review the application documents. You might need a few weeks to complete the application. In Australia, many institutions require 4 to 6 weeks to assess applications.

5. Obtain and acknowledge your offer letter | 10 - 12 months pre-arrival Students who get a conditional offer letter must meet additional criteria in order to obtain the CoE. (Confirmation of Enrollment). While students who obtain unconditional offers are free to accept and pay their tuition right away.

6. Meet the Conditions and Requirements | 10 - 12 months pre-arrival If you receive a conditional offer letter, you must comply with all the terms and conditions. Once you have all the required paperwork, you must deliver the certified copies to your education provider before the deadline.

7. Apply for a Student Visa | 10 - 12 months pre-arrival It may take a minimum of twelve weeks to process a visa through DIBP (Department of Immigration and Border Protection) or an Australian immigration office in your native country. Therefore, submit an application for a student visa to Australia as soon as you receive it.

8. Arrange OSHC | 10 - 12 months pre-arrival For all overseas students studying in Australia, the OSHC is a crucial prerequisite. As soon as you get the offer letter, get your OSHC. Even to apply for a student visa, you will require it.

9. Look for a place to stay | 3 - 4 months pre-arrival Once you have your offer letter and student visa, you must immediately begin looking for housing choices. You'll be more likely to acquire the housing facility of your choosing if you find accommodations three to four months before your arrival.

10. Make flight reservations | 3 - 4 months pre-arrival Once your lodging has been decided upon and your visa application has been approved, you may make your flight reservations. The arrival date should coincide with the check-in date for your accommodations and the student orientation events, which is another important consideration.

For further assistance or queries students can contact us, Edwise International, and avail of our wide range of services for students on destinations like Universities in Australia, study in Australia, study in UK, study in USA, study in Canada, study in Ireland, study in New-Zealand, study in Singapore and many other countries.




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