It is possible to obtain a Work Visa to Australia by studying certain Trade/Vocational Course.
You can choose from the following courses that meet 2 - year course requirement for positions on the Medium and Long-Term Strategic Skills List by following few steps.
Enroll in the
Apply for Graduate Visa
Undertake Job Ready
Program with TRA
Apply for RSMS, Skilled
or PR Visa
After graduation students usually don't know what options they have to stay in Australia. Many students don't even know that can choose to study a course that will lead to a permanent residency in Australia. That is why to choose the right course at the beginning of your journey is very important.
After graduation you may be able to apply for a Temporary or Permanent Visa
You may be able to reduce the time it takes to get your qualification – you may not need to study at all.
Find out more about THE RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING
TEMPORARY VISAS may lead to a PERMANENT stay in Australia
TEMPORARY SKILL SHORTAGE
REGIONAL STATE NOMINATION
INDEPENDENT SKILLED MIGRATION (189)
EMPLOYER NOMINATED SPONSORED (186)
STATE SPONSORED SKILLED MIGRATION(190)
JOB READY PROGRAM
The Job Ready Program (JRP) is a four step employment based skills assessment program for international student graduates who hold a trade qualification issued by a registered training organisation and based on studies in Australia, and who require a skills assessment for migration purposes.
To be eligible for the first step, a Provisional Skills Assessment (PSA), you must have:
held an international student visa to study in Australia
a completed qualification in an occupation assessed by TRA awarded by a Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS) registered training organisation as a result of study in Australia
evidence of a minimum of 360 hours of paid employment and/or vocational placement completed in an Australian workplace, using industry-standard equipment and processes relevant to your qualification and nominated occupation, within the three years prior to applying online. Unpaid work experience that was completed prior to 1 July 2016, may be considered to meet the 360 hours work requirement
A successful PSA outcome can be used to apply to the Department of Home Affairs (Home Affairs) for a Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485) where the nominated occupation is on the Medium and Long‐term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL). Successful applicants can then apply for Step 2 - Job Ready Employment (JRE). A successful Final Assessment outcome (Step 4) can be used to apply to Home Affairs for a permanent migration visa.