Study in Australia
We would like to inform you about a very famous and successful Streamline visa process (SVP).
Streamlined visa processing is designed for international students applying to study in Australia at a participating university.
Streamlined visa processing means these applicants are treated as though they are lower migration risk (similar to the current Assessment Level 1) regardless of their country of origin.
Benefits to apply under streamline visa processing (SVP)
- High visa success rate
- Less visa processing time
- Dependents can accompany
The process of Student visa is very easy & also the visa success ratio is very high. This is for your kind information that, if you are intending Student for Australia Student Visa, you can forward your Application to our e-mail or visit our Head offices in Batala so that we can provide the best assistance in SVP Student Visa procedure.
Study in Australia requirement for SVP program Australia
Age: Up to 25 Years (With genuine work exp.)
Qualification: 12th–HSC / All Diploma holders (10+3, 10+2+3) / All Bachelor degree / All Master Degree (Academic should be above 55 % or minimum 2nd class is MUST & max. 13 – 15 backlogs)
Experience: Maximum up to 5 years of experience valid with genuine work experience certificates.
IELTS Academic: Overall 5.5 band required for bachelor program (no less than 5.0) Overall 6.5 band required for Master programs & Programs related to Dental, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Nursing – some universities require overall 7.0 Band.
Study in Australia
Study in Australia Cost:
AUS $18,000 to $24,000 for 1 year (2 Semester) Tuition fees.*Depends up on program selected
Student must have to pay full 1 Year/1 Semester tuition fee in advance before applying for VISA.
Process Time: 30 to 45 days for visa process normally (as per the new checklist its 5–8 weeks)
DOCUMENTS CHECKLIST FOR SVP STUDENT VISA PROCESS – AUSTRALIA
Passport (first and last page copy)
10th SSC – Mark sheet
12th HSC – Mark sheet
Diploma’s Mark sheets, Diploma Certificate
Bachelor’s Mark sheets, Degree Certificate & (Transcript) if required
Master’s Mark sheets, Degree Certificate & (Transcript) if required
Provisional Degree / Bonafide Certificate from School or College
IELTS (Overall 5.5 band no band less than 5.0 in each section for Diploma Leading Degree and 6.5 band for Master)
Genuine Work Experience letter / Offer Letter required if any & updated resume
International students are required by Migration regulations in Australia to show evidence that they can contribute to the cost of living and studying in Australia, in order to ensure that students are able to make the most of their studies and have a safe and enjoyable experience in Australia. Although students can supplement their income with money earned through part-time work in Australia, the “living costs” requirement ensures that they don’t have to rely on this work to satisfy all of their expenses. Under the Migration regulations, prospective student’s visa applicants and their family members must have access to the following funds in order to meet the living costs requirements:
Prospective students must demonstrate that the funds upon which they are relying will be genuinely available to them while they are in Australia. Cost of living can vary depending on where a student lives in Australia, so prospective students should be prepared in case his or her living costs are greater than those listed here.
1.If applying under SVP Category:
Proof of funds– Student: The student must have equivalent to one return air fare to the country of Australia. They must also have course fees and approximately $18,610 for the cost of living (rent, food, etc) in order to be considered for a student visa. This may differ depending on where you are living and what school you are attending.
Student’s spouse or partner: If you are married (as many who go into graduate studies are) or are in a committed relationship or civil union, you must also have proof of financial resources for your spouse or partner. They must have the equivalent of one return air fare to the country as well as an extra $6,515 for the overall cost of living. If they are taking classes as well, they must have enough for their own coursework.
Children: If your children are under the age of 6, the first one will add another air fare and $3,720 per year. Any additional children under age 6 will add an additional air fares and $2,790 per child. If your children are over the age of 6, the Department of Immigration and Citizenship will determine a cost based on your child’s age, school level, and the region of Australia that you are residing in
2.If applying under SVP Category :
You can fulfill the financial requirement by submitting a copy of the receipt for 1st semester / 1st year tuition fee & a copy of an Educational Loan from an Indian Chartered Bank equivalent depends upon program selected.
Once the student gets the study visa, after completing 3 years course, an applicant may get eligible for up to 2 years of open work permit. After completing 1 year of open work permit, Students can apply for permanent residency in Australia through various programs. For more information on PR please visit Australia High Commission website: www.iimi.gov.au
We Work with several leading universities and institutions in the Australia.
List of Universities:
1. Australian Catholic University
2. Australian National University
3. Bond University
4. Central Queensland University
5. Charles Darwin University
6. Deakin University
7. Edith Cowan University
8. Federation University
9. Flinders University
10. Griffith University
11. James Cook University
12. La Trobe University
13. Monash University
14. Murdoch University
15. Queensland University of Technology
16. RMIT University
17. Southern Cross University
18. Swinburne University of Technology
19. Torrens University
20. University of Adelaide
21. University of Canberra
22. University of Melbourne
23. University of New England
24. University of New South Wales
25. University of Newcastle
26. University of Notre Dame
27. University of Queensland
28. University of South Australia
29. University of Southern Queensland
30. University of Sydney
31. University of Tasmania
32. University of Technology Sydney
33. University of the Sunshine Coast
34. University of Western Australia
35. University of Western Sydney
36. University of Wollongong
37. Victoria University