If you are an international tertiary student studying an award course in a South Australian university or tertiary education institution, or bridging from a student visa, you may choose to enrol your unmarried school-aged children (5 – 18 years old) as Dependants in a South Australian government school.
Your visa subclass and your tertiary student status will determine the category of Dependant.
What is your visa subclass?
|wdt_ID||Visa subclass||Your tertiary student status||Category of Dependant|
|1||500||Full fee-paying international student (Higher Education sector, Vocational Education & Training sector, Postgraduate Research sector)||Children of a full fee-paying international tertiary student|
|2||500||South Australian endorsed scholarship holder||Children of South Australian government endorsed scholarship holder|
If your visa subclass or citizenship is one of the following, your children cannot be enrolled as Dependants.
|wdt_ID||Visa subclass or citizenship||Do your children need to be enrolled as international or local students?||Follow the link for further information|
|1||500||If you are an international tertiary student studying English on an ELICOS course only, your children need to be enrolled as full-fee paying international students|
|2||New Zealand citizen||If your children hold New Zealand citizenship, they can be enrolled as local students.||You will find more information on how to enrol your children at Department for Education .|
|3||188, 400, 401, 403, 416, 420, 476, 485, 489, 602||If you are a business, occupational or cultural visa holder, your children can be enrolled as local students.||You will find more information on how to enrol your children at Department for Education.|
|4||457 and 482||If you are a temporary work (skilled) visa holder, your children can be enrolled directly at your local school subject to capacity.||
You will find more information on how to enrol your children at Department for Education. You may be required to pay a contribution fee