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To obtain your student VISA, please prepare the following:-

  1. Confirmation of Enrolment Form (eCOE). If you have made your payment of fees through StudyExcel Sdn Bhd, we would have your eCOE in our office.

  2. Application form 157A for student VISA.

  3. CAAW and Form 1229. Translated Birth certificate and other documents needed from time to time. Please check with us on the latest requirements for documents.

  4. Consent from both parents is required of you are under eighteen (18) years of age at the time of application.

  5. TWO (2) passport sized photographs - write your name and passport number on the back of the photos (2 for medical, 1 for VISA form and 2 for record purposes).

  6. E-Medical Examination , together with the chest x-ray are amongst the test your need to do.

  7. Your passport should be valid for at least 6 months upon entry to Australia.

The processing of your VISA will normally take TEN (10) working days. However, you may experience delays if you have a medical condition



From Friday 16 July 2004, all applications for Visas and UK Residence Permits should be made at the UK Visa Application Center. These services replace the postal and drop box system currently in operation.

A visa is an entry clearance certificate that is placed in your passport or travel document by an Entry Clearance Officer at a British mission overseas.

You will need a visa if you are one of the following:-

  • are a national of one of the countries listed in their guide
  • are stateless
  • hold a non national travel document
  • hold a passport issued by an authority not recognised by the UK

From November 13, 2003, nationals from 10 non-visa countries (USA, Canada, South Africa, Singapore, Malaysia, South Korea, Hong Kong who willneed to apply for entry clearance if staying for longer than 6 months.

You will require the following when applying for a visa.

  • a completed Application form VAF1 - non-settlement

    any dependants under 16 years old, included in your passport and travelling with you can be included on the form. Older dependants should complete separate forms.
  • Your valid passport and travel documents
  • two recent passport sized (45mmx 35 mm) colour photographs (N.B. Some visa sections may require three photographs)
  • The visa fee, which is non-refundable, and must normally be paid in the local currency of the country
  • any relevant diplomas or educational certificates which you hold.
  • a letter from your the university, college or school confirming your acceptance on a course of study in the UK and a statement of charges for the course.
  • evidence of Government sponsorship (if applicable)


 Please NOTE that Visa application requirements change from time to time. Please do not hesitate to contact us for the latest developments.

Disclaimer: StudyExcel Sdn Bhd will not be held responsible for loss or damage of passports if they are sent by mail or courier service. It is advisable to deliver and collect your passport personally. Should you wish is to courier it back to you, it will be done on a reversed charge basis to you, or a fee payable in advance depending on your location.

Thank you.




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