Brightannica Singapore is committed to providing friendly, attentive and timely services to all our past, current and future students, especially from Singapore and Malaysia. Listed below are the general steps you will need to take before your study in Australia.
- Send us your enquiries and details
Send us an enquiry form here or contact us at +65 9170 3270. We will respond within 2 working days.
- Provide us the necessary documents
Our consultant will discuss your course options with you and notify you about the documents needed for your selected course.
- Apply for your course
We will manage your application process for FREE, whereas other agencies could charge a service fee ranging from AUD 50 to AUD 350.
- Letter of offer
After your course application has been lodged, a letter of offer will be granted by your selected institution within 2 – 4 weeks. Detailed information about the course fee will be included in the letter of offer. Should you not meet the criteria of the institute, our consultant will readily recommend you with other study options.
- Accept the offer
Congratulations, you have been accepted by your desired institute! To accept the offer, you simply need to pay the course fee stated in the letter of offer through us, or directly to the institute. The education provider will then issue you the Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE), which will be required for your student visa application.
- Arrange for health insurance
International students studying in Australia are required to possess an Overseas Student Health Coverage (OSHC) throughout their course of study. Don’t worry, we will handle this for you.
- Apply for a student visa
Brightannica is not only a student agency but also a licensed and registered migration agency. Therefore we are qualified to assist you with your student visa application.
- Letter of confirmation
Your desired institute will send your letter of confirmation to Brightannica Singapore and with that, you are ready to embark on an unforgettable learning experience in Australia. That’s it, mate!