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studying at TAFE on Partner (subclass 820) In Victoria


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Old 02-07-2016, 11:23 PM
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studying at TAFE on Partner (subclass 820) In Victoria

Morning all,

I have a question regarding studying on the subclass 820 Visa.

I found a course that I would like to at Federation University (only a certificate IV). I want to know if they would class me as a permanent residence for study fee purposes?
On top of this because I have an Honors degree they want to penalize me with more expensive fees, however I've been advised I can apply for a sort of discount so the course will be the same price as someone without any previous qualifications.
Does anyone know if this would still apply on the Subclass 820 visa?


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It is best to ask Federation University as it can differ between institutions.

Is your honors degree recognised in Australia? If not don't disclose it - that is the best way. If it is valid then you need to pay what they say.

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It is best to ask Federation University as it can differ between institutions.

Is your honors degree recognised in Australia? If not don't disclose it - that is the best way. If it is valid then you need to pay what they say.
Unfortunately my degree is recognized. I'm going to check with the Uni and hope and pray I can get on to the course for $3,900 and not $13,000!!!!!

Thank you for your reply


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I am sure you'll pay full fee for which ever course you wanted to do. I had the same situation and paid full course fees

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Old 02-10-2016, 04:10 PM
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same, i had to pay full fee. 820 is temporary residence (or provisional residence), can't be counted as permanent residence for whatever purposes unfortunately.

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