Upon receiving the admission offer letter from the intended university, it is a must for the students to take visa preparation as early as possible because it is a vital step for an overseas student aspiring to study in Australia. Students need to get a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) and an offer letter that confirms the acceptance into a course registered under CRICOS (Commonwealth Register of Institutions of Courses) before applying for the Australian Student Visa (Subclass 500). The CoE is an online code that has to be entered into the online visa application form. To get it, students must submit the term or semester fee upfront.
If anybody wishes to transfer courses to study in Australia at the same or a higher level, they can do so after getting the visa. However, to transfer to a lower-level course on the AQF (Australian Qualification Framework) or a non-AQF level course, students must apply for a new visa. This rule in fact applies to everyone, with the exception only of Ph.D. students who want to transfer to Masters degrees.
At PFEC Global, we have over a decade of experience in guiding our students with a seamless visa procedure aligning with all the visa requirements. Our agents help you to assemble and get reviewed the the documents required by the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) to enhance legitimacy as per laws and provide professional advice to make your visa application process smooth, which eventually saves your time, lessen your hassles, and of course enhances the chances of a favourable outcome.
Since the establishment of PFEC Global in 2006, we have been offering higher education consultancy services to students who are dreaming of a quality life abroad.