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Applying for student visas

The Department of Home Affairs is responsible for issuing visas into the country. Student visas can only be granted for study in courses that are registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS).

How to apply for a student visa in Australia

Visit the Department of Home Affairs’ website to apply for a student visa. Visas are not granted automatically, and all requirements must be satisfied. You must have accepted your offer to study with us and paid your deposit before submitting an Australian student visa application.

Further to this, you will need the following:

  • A valid passport, 
  • your ASG Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE), 
  • and any other essential documents listed on The Department of Home Affairs Visa Checklist.

Before you apply, please read and understand the Department of Home Affairs’ visa checklists, criteria, and requirements.

Visa terms and conditions

A number of conditions will apply to your student visa. If you fail to achieve those requirements, your visa may be revoked.

Please contact the Department of Home Affairs for details on visa requirements.

Please keep in mind that your visa will only be awarded for the courses specified on your ASG Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE). You may need to modify your visa or visa details if you change or extend your course at ASG.

Changes and extensions are subject to restrictions. For additional information,
please contact the
Department of Home Affairs.

Student Statement of Purpose example for visa applications

ASG International Guidelines for International Students on:

Families of students

Please verify the Department of Home Affairs’ conditions or contact your nearest Australian diplomatic office if you plan to bring your family to Australia.

If you’re bringing your family to Brisbane, keep in mind that the rules for your student visa may alter. Find out more about visiting Brisbane with your family, by following the guidelines on the Department of Home Affairs website. 

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