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"Thanks to all the team of Globizz for all the support to grant me my New Zealand visa for NMIT .

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"i am very thankful to Globizz team for helping me in my New Zealand study visa for Waiariki Institute. they prepared my file very well and prepare me for embassy interview in excellent way.

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Types of Student Visa

Student Visa Sub-classes and Assessment Levels

On the basis of the education sector of your principal course of study, the Student Visa Category in Australia is divided into seven subclasses. There are five Assessment Levels in the student visa program. The motive of these Assessment Levels is to align student visa requirements to the immigration risk posed by applicants from a particular country studying in a particular education sector. Assessment Level 1 symbolizes the lowest immigration risk while the highest risk is represented by the Level 5. The higher the Assessment Level, the greater the evidence an applicant is required to demonstrate to support their claims for the grant of a student visa.

Subclass 570 (AL-3) - Independent ELICOS Sector For international students undertaking ELICOS (English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students) as a standalone course, and not as a prerequisite, to commencing another course (for example, a degree course)

Subclass 571 (AL-2) - Schools Sector For international students undertaking a course of study at a primary or secondary school, including both junior and senior secondary school

Subclass 572 (AL-3) - Vocational Education and Training (VET) Sector For international students undertaking a course of study at a technical/trade college, resulting in the award of a Certificate I, II, III or IV, Diploma or Advanced Diploma

Subclass 573 (AL-3) - Higher Education Sector For international students undertaking a course of study at a University, resulting in the award of a Bachelor Degree, Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma or Master by course work

Subclass 574 (AL-1) - Master’s and Doctorate Sector For international students undertaking a course of study at a University, resulting in the award of either a Masters Degree by Research, or a Doctoral degree

Subclass 575 (AL-1) - Non-award Foundation Studies/Other Sector For international students undertaking a foundation, bridging or other course which does not result in the award of a Degree, Diploma or other formal qualification

Subclass 576 (AL-2) – Aus AID or Defense Sponsored Sector For Aus AID or Defense-sponsored students undertaking full-time study for the whole or part of an education or training course offered by an Australian education provider

Currently, assessment levels serve to align student visa requirements to the immigration risk posed by applicants from a particular country studying in a particular education sector. The higher the assessment level, the greater the evidence an applicant is required to demonstrate to support their claims for the grant of a student visa. Further information about student visa assessment levels can be found on the department’s website. See: www.immi.gov.au/students/student-visa-assessment-levels.htm

NOTE: With effect from 24th March 2012, the applicants will be assessed as though they are lower migration risk (similar to the current Assessment Level 1), regardless of their country of origin under SVP (Streamlined Visa Processing).