Higher Education Visa (HE)

Brief Introduction to Higher Education Visa (HE)

The visa is mainly for visas for overseas students who are studying for Bachelor Degree, Graduate Certificate/Graduate Diploma, and Master by Coursework.

Higher Education Visa (HE) Visa Features

The length of the visa is determined by the length of the course. The course is not completed and can be renewed until the school is completely closed.

Visa holders and accompanying members are not allowed to work before the start of the work permit program. Visa holders and accompanying members can work no more than 40 hours every two weeks after the course begins.

Graduation Arrangements The current visa policy supports students who have completed an undergraduate degree in Australia and can apply for a 2-year graduate work visa.

Higher Education Visa (HE) Visa is suitable for the population

Graduated from high school in China or finished the equivalent of the 12th grade (with high school diploma and college entrance examination results)

After completing the second year of study in China or completing the equivalent of the 11th grade (with the results of the high school entrance examination, you can apply for the basic course in Australia – Foundation Course)

Technical school, secondary school graduate

College, university students

After completing the Certificate IV or higher level in Australia

Higher Education Visa (HE) Visa IELTS Requirements

Currently, higher education visa (HE) visas are classified into streamline and non-streamline.

For Streamline applicants, the language requirements are mainly determined by the entry requirements of Australian universities. The visa application itself has no restrictions on IELTS scores. For non-streamline applicants, the visa requires IELTS to be no less than 5.0. However, if you are studying at a university, the school will have special requirements for IELTS. Generally, the total score is not less than 6.0.

Higher Education Visa (HE) Visa Funding Guarantee Requirements

For Streamline applicants, the visa has no deposit guarantee requirements, but the applicant needs to be able to prove that there is sufficient funds to study. The specific proof of funds varies from person to person, please consult us.

Applicants who are not streamline are required to meet the following funding guarantee requirements: 

Deposit deposits in bank deposits must be deposited in the bank three months before the visa application is filed. The guarantee may be in the name of the applicant, spouse, parent, grandparent/grandparent. If the uncle is an Australian citizen, permanent resident or New Zealand citizen, the funds of the uncle can also be used as the applicant. Security deposit. These funds must be available cash on the bank account. Stocks, funds and other wealth management products are not acceptable. These funds must remain on the bank account during the visa review period.

Form of Study Abroad If the applicant cannot provide bank deposits for more than 3 months, bank loans can also be accepted. At present, there are two forms of student loans approved by the Australian Immigration Service. The cash pledge is to use less loans and mortgages. The cash pledge can be processed on the day of applying for a visa, and the general bank can lend on the same day. Mortgage of a property usually takes at least a week, involving the assessment of the property and the pledge of a portion of the cash. Please contact us for the specific loan method.


The Australian Immigration Service will update the policies and requirements of some visa categories at any time. Please contact us for the latest visa information.

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