Free guide: creating better GTE letters

By Raphael Arias on 26 Aug 2019

"All applicants for a Student visa must show they are coming to Australia temporarily to gain a quality education." the government says. This key piece of information will most of the time decides if the student will get the visa granted or not. That's why it's incredibly important to get it right the first time.

In the very first paragraph on the Australian government's website (as of 26 of August of 2019), it states "[...] The Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) requirement is not intended to exclude students who, after studying in Australia, develop skills Australia needs and who then go on to apply for permanent residence."... we all know how it works.

The guide


The Australian government is looking for very specific indicators of legitimate students. In this guide you will have a quick intro with immediate effects of improving your GTE letter.

In this free guide, you'll learn:

  • The red flags of your GTE and student visa application.
  • What the Department of Immigration is looking for in your GTE.
  • The general context and reason for the GTE to exist.
  • Pitfalls when creating a GTE letter.

This is the guide was created by a seasoned migration lawyer, with vast experience in appeals, student and other types of visas and most importantly with a deep understanding of the current Australian immigration framework.

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You can download our guide (in PDF). Feel free to save it, share it and provide your feedback, if you would like to add something or if you disagree with anything we wrote.

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Raphael Arias

Written by Raphael Arias

Founder and CEO of EducationLink. After 4 years in banking, Raphael founded EducationLink to help the international education industry move forward. He specialises in innovation, strategy and business development.

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