We help you for free come to live and study in Australia

Coming to live and study in Australia is a process that can be quite hard. Where to go, who to ask, how to process the visa and even the language can become a big problem for you.

In the past we were in the same situation.

That is why we are here, to help you make your dream come true and that you can come with us to live the adventure of your life. Without complications or paperwork. We help you for free. Are you interested? Keep reading!

How do we do it

To come to study with us in Australia you just have to choose what you want to study, it’s that simple. We do all the paperwork, we advise you and we are with you from, during and always. We are your new family in Australia.

From the moment you contact us, we will assign you to your Studia Global Education counselor, who will be in charge of carrying out all the procedures for you, and guide you throughout the process.

We process your visa

You don’t have to worry about documents. We take care of all the paperwork, both school enrollment and your visa applying.

We enroll you in school

We help you choose the best school that suits your needs. We have Educational Partners throughout Australia.

We help you with your health insurance

We will find and request your health insurance for you, so you can spend your time in other cooler things.

Accommodation Search Support

Learn about the best options and our tips to quickly find the accommodation that best suits your needs

Job Search Guide

Learn about the best alternatives and our advice to quickly find the accommodation that best suits your needs

Check the most frequently asked questions

Have you doubts? Check the most frequently asked questions of our students or contact us for we can to inform you about all you need to know.

Why should you study in Australia?

1. You will can work while you study

Unemployment is almost non-existent in Australia, so finding a job that you can combine with your studies will not be so hard. Also, unlike other countries, in Australia the student visa allows you to work part-time while you study.

2. You will improve your level of English

Although there is a large community of Spanish speakers in Australia, the majority language is English, so you will be in constant contact with this language. Even if you do not come to study English in Australia, you will end up learning it or improving your level until you master it perfectly, which will also open many doors for you in the future.

3. You will find some of the best Universities and Study Institutions in the world

The quality and level of the Universities, schools and study institutions in Australia is simply unmatched. Australia has some of the best universities in the world, and furthermore, the education is very tailored to international students. For this, among other things, it is one of the favorite destinations for students.

4. You will have really good job opportunities

If you decide to stay living in Australia when you have finished your studies, you will have many job opportunities. As we have said before, there is no unemployment. If you prefer to return to your country of origin, you will do after completing your studies in one of the most prestigious educational destinations in the world.

5. You will can choose the weather you like best

Australia is a country that is home to all kinds of climates. Tropical, Mediterranean, cold, hot? Whatever you choose, you'll find it in Australia.

6. You will enjoy an amazing landscape and nature

Australia's landscapes, wildlife and nature are home to a beauty you won't find anywhere else. Australia is one of the most spectacular natural treasures in the world, where you will see species that only exist here.

Beach, mountain, jungle, adventure... Everything! You will fall in love quickly with this country.

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What are the requirements to study in Australia?

Get the student visa (Subclass 500)

The Subclass 500 student visa is a type of visa that allows you to study in Australia while working part-time.

For this reason, coming to Australia is a much cheaper option in the long run, since you will be able to cover your expenses once you are here.

The subclass 500 visa is not the only option that exists. If you come for less than 3 months you can also get a tourist visa or a work and holiday visa, with which you can also study and work in Australia.

Hire OSHC health insurance

Hire an OSHC health insurance to come to Australia is mandatory, you have to do it yes or yes.

Health care in Australia isn't free, so the authorities want to make sure you're covered if you get sick.

The policies are not expensive and you will ensure that you are fully covered when you are here.

Requisitos mínimos para obtener la visa

In order to process your visa you have to meet the following requirements, which we will help you process so don't worry, we are with you.

  • Valid passport that does not expire within 6 months of arrival
  • Be enrolled in a course and have the COE letter (Confirmation of Enrollment)
  • As we said before, hiring your mandatory OSHC health insurance
  • Present the GTE letter (Genuine Temporary Entrant), which consists of a document in which you specify why you want to study in Australia. We take care of all this
  • In some cases, depending on your country of origin, you may also be asked for a medical health certificate, a criminal record certificate or proof that you have enought funds to stay in the country

What can you study in Australia?

In Australia you will find an almost infinite variety of courses. Whether you want to study English, a master’s degree or a professional VET course, we advise you to offer you the best options for you, based on your needs, objectives and your budget.

English Courses (ELICOS)

ELICOS (English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students) applies to international students studying in Australia on Student Visas. ‘Intensive’ refers to full time study, meaning a minimum of 20 hours per week of face-to-face classes.
  • General English:This course is designed to improve your everyday English for work, study and travel purposes.
  • PTE Preparation: The Pearson Tests of English or (PTE) is an English test that is trusted around the world by colleges, universities and governments.
  • Cambridge English: These courses are for students who already have a good foundation of General English.
  • IELTS Preparation: IELTS is accepted by most academic institutions where English is the primary language, and is also used for immigration purposes.

University in Australia

University and Higher Education courses provide you with a higher level of qualification that will enhance your future career not only in Australia, but anywhere in the world.

All Higher Education degrees require English proficiency through either IELTS Academic, TOEFL, iBT, PTE Academic or CAE. Which level of English is required for enrolment into your course will differ based on which degree you desire to study.

  • Bachelor Degree: This can be your next step in starting or adding to your professional career. The study period of these courses are usually 3 - 5 years (Full-time).
  • Graduate Certificate: A Graduate Certificate is a great way to add on top of your studies, these courses are usually shorter than degrees.
  • Master Degree: A Masters Degree gives students the next step of skills and knowledge in the area of study. These courses usually take 2 years to complete.

Vocational Courses (VET)

The Vocational Education and Training sector focuses on providing skills for work in a wide range of industries and qualifications.

By studying a professional course, you will develop skills to join or re-join the workforce, to upgrade your skills in a chosen field, to learn the foundations of an industry before studying a university degree or to move into a different career.

VET courses are strongly practice focused and teach a specific trade with which you gain skills, knowledge and confidence to work in your desired industry.

Study Tours

This program is suitable for young students (13-17 years old), who want to immerse in an enjoyable English language environment. We offer 3 choices of all-inclusive packages. Contact us for more info.

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Steps to study in Australia

Okay! And now what? You already know the procedures and requirements. It is good for you know them, but as we told you at the beginning, we take care of the paperwork. Our job is to help you. Now, lets see all you have to do. You almost can smell the Australian coast now!

Step 1

Choose the city and the educational program that best suits your goals

We will give you all the detailed information you need from among the more than 30,000 educational programs that we have for you. We take care of reserving your place at the institution of your choice.

Step 2

We process your enrollment in the educational institution

Once you have made the payment for your course to the institution you have chosen, we take care of the enrollment process and obtain the COE (Confirmation of Enrollment).
Step 3

We help you to hire your health insurance

You need a health insurance to be able to study in Australia. But don't worry, we know it, so we look for the policy that best suits your needs. In addition, we help you process it.
Step 4

We process your visa

We take care of all the paperwork and processing your visa so you don't have to worry about anything. We also guide you so that you can pay the fee to the migration department.


You buy the flight and pack your bags!

And that's not all! We will also help you find the best cheap flight deals to Australia and create your bank account here. We also had a start in Australia, so all our services are free, you will only have to cover your expenses and the price of the course you have chosen.

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Where to live in Australia?

In any Australian city you will find courses to study and, although they are all wonderful, some will fit better with you and your lifestyle. Find out which Australian city is for you!

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How much does it cost to study in Australia?

Student visa price

Get a student visa to study in Australia costs 620 AUD.

If you also want to include your partner, it has an additional cost of 460 AUD more, that is, 1080 AUD in total.

If you want to include your children, it has an additional cost of 150 AUD for each one of them.

Price of the course you choose

This depends a bit on what you want to study, but we will give you an approximate cost for the different educational options you have.

English courses range from AUD 150 to AUD 290 per week, with the total cost depending on the total duration of the course, the type of course and its timetable.

The cost of the University and Masters in Australia ranges from AUD 22,000 to AUD 35,000 per year. Although it may be somewhat more expensive than in your home country, it is cheaper than in the UK or the US, and Australian universities are some of the most prestigious educational institutions in the world.

If you want to study a VET course, the approximate cost ranges between AUD 1,000 and AUD 2,000 per semester, these being a little cheaper than English courses.

You can also study these courses at a public institution such as TAFE, although prices are somewhat higher, ranging between AUD4,000 and AUD25,000 depending on the course you have chosen.

OSHC Health Insurance Price

Health insurance to come to study in Australia is mandatory, and it does not have a very high cost.

You have policies that cost around 43 AUD per month or 516 AUD for one year visas.

We will help you find the best option for you.

How much do you have to bring to start?

Although this depends a lot on your standard of living and the city you choose, as a general rule, with 1,500 AUD or 2,000 AUD you should have more than enough for the first month, while you find a job in Australia.

Will you be able to afford it?

Well, most likely yes, because unlike in other countries, in Australia you can work while you study, finding a job will not be complicated at all and both wages and quality of life are usually quite good.

So don't think about it anymore and, if you have something saved to cover your expenses and your course, take the step and come with us. We are waiting!

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Visas to study in Australia

The Subclass 500 student visa is usually the best option to come to study and work in Australia, although it is not the only option. The main advantages of the student visa are the following:

  • It is the easiest visa to obtain and is valid for long stays
  • There is no age limit to apply
  • You can work part-time while you study
  • It has tax advantages, since the first 18,200 AUD that you earn working in Australia is exempt from taxes
  • You can renew it without having to leave Australia
  • You can include your couple in this visa
  • You can access other types of visa depending on your needs

In addition to the Subclass 500 visa, we can also process the visas that we discuss below.

Work & Holiday Visa

With the Work & Holiday visa you can stay in Australia for up to a year, and you can study for up to 4 months. It allows you to work, costs AUD485 and you have to be under 31 to apply.

Temporary Visa 485

The temporary visa for graduates will allow you to continue your adventure in Australia for up to 4 years, once you have completed your undergraduate studies or a VET course of more than 92 weeks.

Tourist Visa

With a tourist visa you can also study in Australia for up to 3 months but you will not be able to work. The cost of the visa can be free or around 365 AUD, depending on your country of origin.
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