Sukhwinder Singh

Rules Are Changed For Australia's Study Visa

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    Rules for Australia Study Visa (300) has Changed for India from 30 Sept,2017. Updated Rules are below:  

    Australia Mark India as Rank 2 from Rank 3 so the new rules are as follows:  

    Funds may not necessary to show:  

    It is not necessary to show funds for applying Student Visa but you may have to show, as per according to your university. Because in some universities you have to show funds but some universities allow you to apply without funds but they can ask.    

    Clear GTE    

    Your IELTS/PTE score do not matter if you clear GTE i.e. Genuine Temporary Entrance. In this you are asked several questions like Why you choose the intended university? Why you want to study in Australia?

    Other rules are same like you have to submit college fees, submit COE, your identity etc.


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    Sorry my mistake as, I wrote wrong code that is 500 for student visa but you can check on website where details of universities and requirements are written by Australia Government in document checklist tool page, If any doubts.

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