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Student visa conditions

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The information below describes the conditions that apply to all student visa holders.

Conditions that apply to all student visa holders

Source: Department of Immigration and Border Protection.

8105 – All Students

  • You cannot work more than 40 hours per fortnight when your course is in session. Other than work which that you register as a part of the course. A fortnight means any period of 14 days commencing on a Monday and ending at the end of the second following Sunday.
  • You can work for more than 40 hours per fortnight on vacation periods offered by your education provider
  • You cannot start paid work until you have started your course in Australia.
  • No work limits apply if you are studying a Masters by research or Doctorate course in Australia.

8202 – All Students

  • You must enroll in a course. Unless Foreign Affairs or Defense sponsor a student or secondary exchange student. In which case you must maintain full-time enrollment in your course of study or training).
  • Note: A registered course is one that is on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS)
  • You must maintain enrollment in a course that is the same level as. Or at a higher level than, the course for which your visa permits. See: Changing courses
  • You must maintain satisfactory attendance in your course. The course progress for each study period as required by your education provider.

8501 – All Students

  • You must maintain adequate arrangements for health insurance during your stay in Australia.
  • Note: Under policy, you must maintain Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC).

8516 – All Students

  • You must continue to satisfy the requirements for grant of your student visa. This means that you have sufficient financial capacity to support your study and stay in Australia.

8517 – All Students

  • You must maintain adequate schooling arrangements for your school-age dependents. Who joined you in Australia for more than 3 months as part of your student visa application.

8532 – All Students

  • If you are younger than 18 years of age, you must have accommodation and support. And you should maintain your general welfare for the duration of your stay in Australia. To maintain your welfare, you must stay in Australia with:
    • your parent or legal custodian
    • Parents to nominate a relative or custodians whose age is over 21 and is of good character
    • have accommodation, support and general welfare arrangements in place that have been approved by your education provider.
  • You must not change your arrangements without the written approval of your education provider.
  • If your welfare arrangements are approved by your education provider, you must not travel to Australia until your welfare arrangements start.

8533 – All Students

  • You must tell your education provider:
    • the address where you live in Australia within seven days of arriving in Australia
    • if you change the address where you live within seven days of the change
    • if you change education provider within seven days of receiving the electronic confirmation of enrollment certificate or evidence of enrollment.

8535 – DFAT/Defense sponsored students

  • While you remain in Australia, you are not eligible to have a further substantive visa, other than:
    • a protection visa
    • a Student visa (subclass 500) granted on the basis of support from the Commonwealth government or a foreign government
  • Note: The effect of this visa condition is that, except in extremely limited circumstances. It will not be possible for you to remain in Australia beyond the date authorized by your visa.

8203 – All Iranian citizens studying higher education or postgraduate courses

8204 – All Iranian citizens studying higher education or postgraduate courses

  • We must grant approval for you to start or change a:
    • graduate certificate
    • graduate diploma
    • master’s degree
    • doctorate
    • a bridging course that is a prerequisite to a course of study
    • research for a master degree or a doctorate.
Temporary Graduate Visa

The information below describes the conditions that might be attached to a student visa.

You can find your visa conditions in VEVO.

Conditions that might be attached to a student visa

8303 – Any Students

  • You must not be involved in activities that are disruptive to, or in violence threaten harm to. The Australian community or a group within the Australian community.

8534 – Any Students

  • While you remain in Australia, you are not entitled to be granted a further substantive visa, other than:
    • a protection visa
    • a Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485)
    • a Student Guardian visa (subclass 590).

8535 – Students sponsored by the Commonwealth or a foreign government

  • While you remain in Australia, you are not entitled to be granted a further substantive visa, other than:
    • a protection visa
    • a Student visa (subclass 500) granted on the basis of support from the Commonwealth government or a foreign government
  • Finally, the effect of this visa condition is that, except in extremely limited circumstances. It will not be possible for you to remain in Australia beyond the date authorized by your visa.

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