If you intend to study in Australia, you will need to apply for a Student visa (subclass 500). If you are the parent, guardian or relative of a student, you can apply for a Student Guardian Visa (subclass 590). If you would like to travel to Australia for a visit and short-term study, you may be eligible for a visitor visa. Training and Research visas (subclass 402) are also offered for people who want to come to Australia to take part in structured workplace-based training.
Visit the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection website to apply for the correct visa to meet your individual circumstances.
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Thinking about cutting down and/or quitting your cannabis use? Worried you may struggle? You are not alone. Help is only a phone call away. The Alcohol and Drug Support Line can also assist in planning your quit attempt, and talk with you about the options available to assist you (08) 9442 5000 or 1800 198 024 (country callers).
Sometimes it can be scary thinking about cutting down or quitting cannabis as you don’t know what to expect. Some people may find it easy to cut down or quit cannabis use, but some people may find it a little harder and may experience some withdrawal symptoms. Remember this is normal.