If you want to study overseas, Australia has a lot to offer: world-class educational institutions, a great lifestyle, and enticing travel opportunities.
When you’re overseas, it’s hard to find the best answers. But when you work with EMSA, we make it easy. Our advice covers everything you need to make sure that moving, settling, studying, working and migrating has all the fun, and none of the stress. We’ve helped 500+ students live their education dream in Australia, and we’d love to help you. And because our services cover both education and migration, we can help you map out a long-term pathway
Step 1: What to study, and where
We provide a free service designed to find the best course to match your education, financial and lifestyle needs. Then we help you create a successful enrolment application to get the process started.
Step 2: Get the right visa
The Student Visa (500) is for international students who want to study full-time in Australia at a registered international institution. We can help you prepare for and submit your application for the best chance of success, once you’ve successfully enrolled in your course. We’ll help you make sure you meet the visa requirements – and if you want to extend your stay in Australia, we can help with that too.
Note that you’ll need to meet certain financial requirements so that you’re genuinely able to pay course fees, travel and living costs for you and your accompanying family members while you’re in Australia. This includes personal annual income of at least $60,000 AUD. For students accompanied by family members the amount is $70,000 AUD. See the Australian Immigration website for more detailed information.
Get started studying in Australia: Talk to us today
For free advice on what and where to study and submitting your enrolment, contact our friendly team of education and migration experts today. We can help with common questions and issues, including:
- Extending your stay in Australia or studying another course
- Understanding your migration options
- Resolving problems with your education provider
- Changing courses and/or institutions
- Getting support during your studies