What is Assessment Level?
Assessment level is a term used when applying for an international student visa to study in Australia. It refers to the level of risk associated with issuing a student visa to a specific country or region’s applicant.
The Australian government assigns a level of evaluation to each country based on various characteristics such as economic and political stability, immigration compliance by students from that country, and other pertinent aspects. In addition, the assessment level for a specific nation specifies how much evidence an applicant must provide to support their visa application, such as proof of financial capacity, English language skills, and academic qualifications.
The Australian student visa system has five assessment levels (1–5). The lowest level of danger is represented by assessment level 1, and the highest level of risk is represented by assessment level 5. Applicants from evaluation levels 4 and 5 are often required to give more evidence to support their visa application than applicants from assessment levels 1 to 3.
List of Australian Universities with Their Assessment Level
|University Name||Assessment Level|
|Australian Catholic University||1|
|Australian National University||1|
|Carnegie Mellon University||2|
|Central Queensland University||2|
|Charles Darwin University||1*|
|Charles Sturt University||2|
|Edith Cowan University||2|
|Federation University Australia||2|
|James Cook University||1|
|La Trobe University||2|
|Queensland University of Technology||1|
|Southern Cross University||2|
|Swinburne University of Technology||1|
|Torrens University Australia||2|
|University of Adelaide||1|
|University of Canberra||1|
|University of Divinity||2|
|University of Melbourne||1|
|University of New England||2|
|University of New South Wales||1|
|University of Newcastle||2|
|University of Notre Dame Australia||1|
|University of Queensland||1|
|University of South Australia||2|
|University of Southern Queensland||2|
|University of the Sunshine Coast||1|
|University of Sydney||1|
|University of Tasmania||2|
|University of Technology Sydney||1|
|The University of Western Australia||1|
|University of Wollongong||2|
|Western Sydney University||1|
It is important to note that the assessment level system is subject to change, and applicants should always check the latest requirements and guidelines when applying for an Australian student visa.
You can get more information about university assessment levels.