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World-leading geologist, astrobiologist and research scientist with NASA, Dr Abigail Allwood, received the 2015 QUT Alumnus of the Year Award.
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Section: Study abroad and exchange
Before you can come to Australia, you'll need a student visa. Your student visa will let you study at QUT for your exchange program.
Once you have accepted your offer, you will need to apply for a student visa. You must apply for visa type Non Award Sector: Temporary Visa (Subclass 575).
Once you have returned your acceptance of offer and student declaration, and paid your fees, we'll issue you with your electronic confirmation of enrolment (CoE). Use your CoE to organise your student visa through an Australian embassy or consulate.
You must nominate the embassy or consulate where you will be applying for your visa on your acceptance of offer form, and you must apply for your visa at this embassy. If you make a mistake or need to change embassies, we will cancel your CoE and issue you a new one, which can delay your visa application
In some countries, it might take a long time to process your visa, so make sure you leave plenty of time to organise it.
If you are bringing your children to Australia, you must provide evidence that you are organising for them to attend school.
Your application for a visa will be assessed by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP). Find more information about visa assessment processes via the Department of Immigration and Border Protection website.
You must have appropriate accommodation and guardianship organised before DIBP will issue you your visa. Once you have appropriate accommodation or guardianship arranged, we can issue a confirmation of appropriate accommodation/welfare (CAAW) with your CoE.
You must be living with a:
If you are not living with any of these people, you must have a guardian or caregiver who meets our standards, and you must be placed in an approved homestay. Homestay will cost $250 each week. You can register for homestay once you are enrolled.
We recommend EduGuard International and International Student Alliance as guardianship providers.
If you want to live with a friend or relative in Brisbane who does not meet DIBP's definition of 'relative', we may be able to approve them as your homestay host. They will need to register as a homestay provider. If you want to do this, you will need to let us know at least 2 months before you arrive.
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