What makes a prospective international student a genuine temporary entrant (GTE)?
The genuine temporary entrant (GTE) requirement is an integrity measure required by the Australian government. It aims to ensure that international students are genuine in their intention to study in Australia on a temporary basis.
There are a number of factors which are taken into account in determining whether applicants meet GTE requirements. Check out this blog post for further detail.
What is the GTE?
The Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) requirement is an integral element of the student application process. It is a means for governments to ensure that students are studying overseas temporarily with the purpose of gaining a quality education. This ...
What is the New Zealand International education strategy?
The New Zealand government is very aware that international education transforms lives. They want it to flourish in New Zealand because the Kiwi way has so much to offer to the world. In fact, they have created the "New Zealand International ...
What is UploadOnce and how can I access it?
Sofiri has partnered with Australian company UploadOnce to simplify and digitalise the process of requesting documents from prospective international students. This application makes the process of requesting documents to the student more ...
What's the average payment for placing a student?
The short answer: the average payment for placing one student is in the vicinity of AUD $1,000 to $1,500. You can expect to spend around 10 to 15 hours with each student (depending on how much support the individual student requires), meaning you ...
How will a student first make contact with me?
Aspiring students will initiate contact with you via the messaging function in Sofiri. Your first initial chat with a student will only be available to you both for 72 hours. This is to ensure: You have a clear 72-hour window in which to demonstrate ...