Why students should opt to study in Streamlined Visa Provider (SVP) – Australia:

Why students should opt to study in Streamlined Visa Provider (SVP) education provider in Australia:

Stream Lined Visa Processing has come a long way since it was initially announced on March 24th 2012 for prospective international students with a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) from only a few participating university at bachelor, masters or doctoral degree level or for a non-award university student exchange or study abroad programme.

Major sign shown by the Australian Immigration of opening up student visas to Australia was On March 22nd 2014 when streamlined student visa processing arrangements were extended to certain eligible non-university higher education providers for bachelor, masters or doctoral degree level courses.

The November 23rd 2014 streamlined student visa processing arrangements were extended to certain eligible vocational education and training (VET) and higher education providers for advanced diploma level courses.
Applicants that are eligible for streamlined student visa processing generally have reduced documentation requirements, similar to those that apply under Assessment Level 1, regardless of their country of origin.

Most importantly third party sponsors are allowed to financially sponsor the student visa application under SVP.

Eligibility
You must meet all of the following requirements to be eligible for streamlined student visa processing:

At the time of making your student visa application, you must have a Confirmation of Enrollment (CoE) with an education provider participating in the streamlined visa processing arrangements for a:
Advanced diploma
Bachelor degree
Masters degree
Doctoral degree
Non-award university student exchange program
Non-award study abroad program.
If you enroll in multiple courses, all your preliminary courses must be at an education provider participating in the streamlined visa processing arrangements or a nominated educational business partner of that provider.
Note: If you combine a non-award university student exchange or study abroad program course with any preliminary course(s) you will not be eligible for streamlined visa processing and will be assessed according to the applicable assessment level.
If you are sponsored by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade or the Australian Department of Defense on a Foreign Affairs or Defense Sector visa (subclass 576), you are not eligible for streamlined visa processing.

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