AMET Education

International Student Agency since 1991

Why Migrate to Australia?

Australia remains as one of the world's strongest economies in the world and many opt to migrate here for its diversity, amazing landscapes, and overall quality of life. The Australian Migration Program does not discriminate and is open to anyone from any country regardless of their ethnic origin, gender, colour, religion, provided they meet the criteria set out in law.

If you are a non-resident and would like an opportunity to live, study and work in Australia, there are many visa options available to you.

Discover your options on how to stay permanently in Australia.

AMET Education - Student Visa

Student and Graduate
Temporary Visa

This visa is for you if you want to study full-time in Australia for more than 3 months. Australia has a reputation of a first-class education provider all over the world. Every year more than 200,000 international students study Down Under.


General Skilled

The General Skilled Migration Program is suitable for skilled workers and professionals whose occupation is listed on the relevant skilled occupation list and who are able to reach at least 65 points at the point-test.


Employer Sponsored

The Employer Nomination Scheme Visa is a Permanent Residence Visa. This visa category is for skilled workers who want to work and live in Australia.


Family and Partner

Parents of children who are Australian citizens or permanent residents may wish to apply to live in Australia too. If you’re married or have lived with an Australian or New Zealand citizen or Australian permanent resident, this visa might be for you.

AO Tourist

Visitor and Working
Holiday Visas

These visas allow you to travel to and in Australia or visit your family and friends or come for business visitor activities in Australia. The Working Holiday Visa is for young people who want to travel and work in Australia for 12 months and more.


Temporary Skill Shortage

This is a temporary work visa for skilled workers and professionals who want to work in Australia. The Three(3) streams include:

1. The Short-term stream,

2. The Medium-term stream and

3. The Labour Agreement stream.

AMET Migration Agents and Visa Assistant

Brenton Roberts

Quality Assurance & Compliance Manager
MARA Number: 1803272

Brenton graduated with a Bachelor of Science majoring in Psychology from University of Melbourne in 2007. He began working for AMET early in 2016 gaining experience in all areas of the international student application process. Making regular visits to AMET’s partner institutions and communicating with all members of the AMET team have provided insight into the international student experience in Australia. In 2017 Brenton studied a Graduate Certificate in Australian Migration Law and Practice at the Australian National University and was registered with the Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARA) in April 2018.


Now Brenton spends a lot of his time contemplating the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act and Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) statements.

Simon Chu

Migration Agent
MARA Number: 1909162

Simon graduated from a Bachelor of Finance in Central University of Finance and Economics years ago before he decided to move to Australia. His new journey has been rolling in Melbourne with a successful accomplishment of a Master degree in Accounting.


Simon has been involved in Migration Law since 2016 and consistently brings his wealth of experience in both Chinese and Australia accounting systems to assist hundreds of business visa applicants to smoothly live and work in Australia.


Certificate of Migration Law

Victoria University

Master of Professional Accounting

University of New South Wales

Bachelors of Finance

Central University of Finance and Economics

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