Education Times

New rules for Australian Student Visas

Since September 1st DIAC (Department of Immigration and Citizenship) has raised the Assessment Level for Sri Lanka and a nine other countries. Sri Lanka has been classified as Assessment Level 4. These changes came into effect immediately causing many students a great amount of difficulty as one of the key changes was being able to show funds for a minimum of six months in a savings account to cover 36 months tuition, living expenses and health care as well as return airfare; a substantial increase in financial investment for tertiary education.

"Our Guidance…..Your Choice……..A Secure Future"
Each and every one of us comes to that critical crossroad in life where we have many questions and several answers to those questions regarding the direction and future of our life. And deciding to pursue a higher education is one of the most important decisions you make in life. And the choice you make will determine your future. It is natural to seek advice from our parents, teachers and friends in taking such a vital step.
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