Study in Australia
Australia promotes innovation, creativity and independent thinking throughout its universities. International students who study and live in Australia soon find that their education is challenging, fun, and rewarding. As an international student in Australia, you can expect to live, grow and learn in a young, friendly country full of opportunities. For those international students who successfully complete their degree, they will soon find that they are competitive in today’s international job market. Learn more here.
If you are interested in studying in Australia – you are in the right place! International Student’s Study in Australia Center is designed to help you succeed. There are thousands of courses offered, and we have the number one guide to help you from the beginning to the end. Our Australian school search can help you find the right school, our resource pages will help you study, work, and live in Australia, and we even have information on what to expect after graduation. Stick with us to go down under.
Choosing the Right Program
How do you know what program/ university is right for you? Reading our "factors to consider" section should give you a good understanding of what you need to think about so you can make the right choice.
Living in Australia
Living in Australia may be different to life in your home country. To prepare for life in a foreign country far from home, our "Living in Oz" section gives you help, advice and information about what life is like in Australia.
Insurance for Australia
Many international students traveling and studying in Australia will want to have a private health insurance plan in place for the full duration of their time abroad. It’s important to think about what type of coverage you’ll need and if you plan to do any international traveling. Many students apply for a travel medical insurance coverage for Australia so that they will be covered in case the unexpected happens. Whether you get sick, need emergency care, or need evacuation coverage, international travel medical insurance can help you. Australia has a special health insurance coverage for international students called Overseas Student Health Cover (OSCH). This insurance is required while on your student visa in Australia – however what happens if you travel to another country? Or, if you need more comprehensive coverage? Or, if you will be traveling to Australia as a non-student? Learn more about health care and insurance in Australia.
Working in Australia
One of the benefits of being an international student in Australia is that you have permission to work part-time while completing your degree. Australia, unlike other countries, gives those with a student visa automatic permission to work. International students must find a job on their own, but once hired, they will gain hands-on experience in a number of fields including retail, administration, and hospitality. Not only is this a unique opportunity for students to gain real work-experience in Australia, but it also helps students cover their living and college expenses as well as improves their business English fluency.
If you are interested in Working in Australia, we can help provide you with information on visa requirements, working permissions, landing a job and more. See why many international students are choosing Australia as their international study destination where they can get international work experience and improve their English.
Financial Aid for Australia
Studying in Australia can be expensive depending on the program. The key to success is to budget ahead of time and secure financial assistance. Once you have verified your costs, the next step is calculating how much you and your family can afford. International organizations, international scholarships, international student loans, and private Australian organizations can be important funding sources that can help you study in Australia. Read our Financial Aid section to learn more.
Document Checklist for Study Abroad
- 1. Application Form
- 2. Scanned Copy All Academic Certificates and Transcripts
- 3. IELTS Score (If Applicable)
- 4. Passport Copy
- 5. Reference Letter for the Graduate Program Only
- 6. Curriculum Vitae fot the Graduate Program Only
- 7. Letter of intent for the Graduate Program Only
- 8. GMAT/GRE Score fot the Graduate Program
- 9. Police Clearance Certificate
- 10. The Documents of Financial Sponsorship to support of the proposed studies (by sponsor)
- 11. Work Experience Certificate (If Applicable)
- 12. Bank Statement and Solvency Certificate
- 13. Two (02) Recomendation Letters
- 14. Non Refundable VISA Application Fee
- 15. Parents Declaration (If Applicable)
- 16. A Letter of Offer from institutions
- 17. An electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) from universities; this is issued after you have paid your first installment, and other required fees
- 18. A medical check-up
- 19. Proof of academic history and English proficiency
Entry Requirements: For the pre-Masters courses, typical entry requirements are at least 3 years of higher education and UKVI IELTS 5.5 (minimum of 5.0 in all skills). If you do not meet the English language entry level but have at let UKVI IELTS 4.5 (minimum 4.0 in all skills) you can do a course that includes extended English and skills (EES).
Students may be able to start in spring (January – April), summer (May – August) or autumn (September – November)
International student visa requirements
Keystone College is a registered trading organization that has enjoyed training many international students who came to Australia to study HR, business, leadership and management, social media and theology. We offer information on the Australian student visa application, life in Perth, student accommodation, and advice on all the medical requirements and legal aspects of applying for a visa.
Studying overseas is an exciting opportunity for lots of people. Anyone can do it. With the right visa applications in place and a clear direction, you can enjoy the opportunities to improve your skill set and enjoy new career opportunities. You can also work while studying, enjoy the culture and lifestyle, and meet new like-minded people. Read through the information below, or contact us to enquire about a student visa and how you can apply.
All international students must possess a current student visa while they are studying any courses in Australia. This information does not apply to prospective students who are Australian citizens or permanent residents of Australia.
If you are applying for a student visa, you need to have been accepted to study full-time by Keystone College. This application needs to be accompanied by a variety of documents that indicate your financial support while in the country, English language ability, registration for higher education, school reports and health insurance. For further information, contact our team.
How do I Apply?
Prospective international students intending to study in Australia must obtain a student visa from an Australian High Commission, embassy or consulate in their home country before travelling.
Some students can also apply for and Australian visa online. To find out if you are eligible, visit immi.gov.au/students.
All international students must comply with current visa conditions and regulations determined by DIBP.
To assist students in applying for a student visa, Keystone College (KCBT) has appointed a number of representatives in various countries who can assist you.
What are the Visa Requirements?
There are requirements that must be met before a student visa is issued, and these vary from country to country. The main requirements for a visa application may include:
What are the visa conditions?
- To maintain your visa, you must:
- • Study full time while in Australia.
- • Attend at least 80% of all scheduled classes (ELICOS).
- • Maintain satisfactory academic progress.
- • Maintain a valid enrolment at universities if you change your student status.
- • Advise them within seven days if you change your Australian address.
- • Have enough money to cover tuition fees and living expenses while in Australia.
- • Not work more than 40 hours during a fortnight (see below).
- • Maintain valid Overseas Student Health Cover (see below).
- • Not transfer between registered education providers within the first study period (semester) of your course commencing, without a release letter from universities.
For more information about visa conditions and regulations, visit immi.gov.au/students.
Do I need health cover?
Australian student visa requirements include a condition that you must maintain Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) while in Australia. You must obtain this cover for the duration of your visa. If you have an accident or health problem within Australia, you will be able to redeem some or all of your medical costs.
How long is my visa valid?
With your Letter of Offer, you will receive an Acceptance of Offer form. Your student visa will be issued for the duration of your universities course, as stated in the CoE that you will receive from us.
How do I renew my visa?
It is your responsibility to renew or extend your visa as required, before it expires. You must present specific documents when applying for an extension or renewal. A checklist and the required forms are available at studyinaustralia.gov.au.
If you are currently studying in Australia and require an extension, student visa extensions need to be applied for before your current visa expires. You can apply if you have not completed your course or you’re planning on studying further. University is equipped with all the applications and our education agents are on hand to help you with your application.
Can I work in Australia while on a student visa?
If you are an international student currently enrolled and attending classes, you may work up to 40 hours per fortnight while your course is in session, and full-time hours during scheduled course breaks. However, you should not rely on part-time work to support your studies, as the amount you earn will be unlikely to cover all your living costs.
Please be aware that your primary purpose in Australia while on a student visa is to study, and that any work you undertake must not interfere with your studies.
What if I have dependants?
If you are a prospective international student and you have any school-aged dependants coming to Australia with you, you must pay full fees for each dependant to be enrolled in a government or non-government school.
The provision of education to international students is regulated by the Department of Education, Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP), through the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) legislative framework. An overview of this framework, including the rights and responsibilities of international students, is available at aei.gov.au.
If you would like to study at Keystone College you will need to apply for an Australian student visa, which we can assist with. Vocational Training will grow your skills, advance your career and open up new opportunities.
- Universities of Australia deals with BSB for study:
- 1. Curtin University
- 2. RMIT
- 3. Cambridge International College,
- 4. Kingsway Institute
- 5. Kings Own Institute