In some cases, registered training organisations (RTOs) may enrol non-resident students who are temporarily visiting or reside in Australia on certain visas, other than study visas. However, some visas include restrictions on training. Most visas and sub-class visas clearly outline what your study rights are in Australia. It is the responsibility of the individual to check their study and work rights according to their individual visa.
Further information is also available from the Department of Home Affairs.
Visa information for Jobs & Skills WA Funding
Students wishing to be considered for funded places in the ACM40418 Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing should visit this page for more detailed information about eligibility.
Students wishing to be considered for funded places in the ACM20121 Certificate II in Animal Care (Health & Welfare) course should visit this page for detailed information about eligibility.
- Can an RTO enrol an overseas visitor into a course and not be CRICOS registered?
- I live overseas, can I still study your courses online?
- Is the Australian Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing recognised worldwide?
- I currently live overseas, can I apply for your on-campus full-time course? Will I need an international student visa?
- I wish to study in Australia on a student visa. Can I study with Applied Vocational Training?