1. Students associated with the lowest immigration risk will generally have streamlined evidentiary requirements. This means these students will generally be able to satisfy the Department of their financial capacity by providing a
2. Students associated with higher immigration risk, based on their country and education provider immigration risk outcomes, will generally have to provide specified documentation as follows:
evidence of funds to cover travel to Australia and 12 months living, course and schooling costs (for school
aged dependants) for the student and accompanying family members or
evidence of meeting the annual income requirement or
acceptance Advice of Secondary Exchange Students (AASES) form for secondary exchange students only.
3. Acceptable types of evidence: money deposit, loan with a financial institution, government loan, scholarship or sponsorship.