Good news for students who wants to study in Australia

Good news for students who wants  to study in Australia

DHA reiterated the factors the agency takes into account when handling student visas while noting that processing periods can vary depending on specific situations.

Over half of the current student’s visa applications for Australia have decreased since the end of July 2022, which is good news for overseas students who desire to study there.

According to data obtained by the Free Press Journal from the Department of Home Affairs (DHA), of the applicants that have been on file, more than 65% have only been on file for a short period. 

From June 2022 to December 2, 2022, a maximum 165,700 international student visas were issued by our agency. According to a DHA representative, it’s 58% higher than those for the exact time in 2019, before the outbreak.


In 2022, there will be more Indian students in Australia.

The figures are significant in light of the pandemic-related backlog in visa processing that had an impact on popular study-abroad countries, including Australia, where there was a 7% decline in admissions from 2019 – 2020.

Indians, who make the second-most foreign student population in the nation, also saw a slight rise, with 52,186 of them studying in Australia as of June 2022, up from 48,346 in 2021 and 63,264 in 2020, as per the Australian Trade and Investment Commission.


DHA outlines important details for granting student and other visas

Although there is a surge of interest in studying in Australia, a scenario comparable to the pre-pandemic phenomenon, visa shortfalls are still a worry, and the DHA says they are taking this seriously.

DHA emphasized the factors that the agency takes into account when issuing student and other visas while stressing that processing durations can vary depending on certain conditions. These are what they are:

  •  Whether an application is finished at dépôt.
  •  Receptivity of the applicants to information demands.
  •  How long does it requires to run the necessary checks on the supplementary data that has been submitted.
  •  How much time it takes for data to arrive from outside sources. This is especially relevant to criteria for the character, national security, and health.
  •  A visa cannot be issued till the Department is confident that all conditions have been fulfilled.

Australia intends to reduce the number of overseas students’ visa backlog.

The Australian government also recently revealed a fresh budget allocation of AUS$36 million that would be used to speed up decision-making and simplify the visa application procedure for foreign students.

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