Documents Required

What should you know before you apply?

English Proficiency:
Prospective students must obtain proof of their English language ability. There are points available for competent English or vocational English. In some cases, you may be asked by the Department of Immigration to undertake the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) test. The IELTS has four components – speaking, reading, listening and writing.

To undertake the ‘Competent English’ you can establish a competent level of English by providing evidence that you are a native English speaker. Thus, you will need to provide evidence to show that you have undertaken post-secondary studies at an institution where all instructions were in English. You will need to obtain a score of at least six out of nine for all four components of the IELTS test.

For ‘Vocational English’ you will need to show that you have vocational English ability by scoring at least five out of nine in all four components of the IELTS test.

Documents Required:

Everyone who wants to study in Australia will need a valid passport. We contact the Australian Embassy on behalf of you, in order to provide them with all the relevant documents that show that you will be able to go to Australia as a student. When you arrive in Australia, you will have to show certain documents. You will need:

  • a valid passport
  • a letter from the institution that confirms you have been accepted unconditionally for a full-time course
  • evidence that you have enough money to pay for your course.

So you will need to provide us the following documents:

  • Bank Statement of Bank Balance for the last six months
  • Documents to show the ‘Source’ of money
  • Bank Certificate
  • Birth Certificate
  • Military Certificate (Males Only)
  • Graduation Certificate
  • Identification
  • Valid Passport
  • Six Pictures

It may take you some time to get the right documents, which is why we should start as early as possible by sorting out the relevant document needed by the Australian Embassy.