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    Yes, it will help your Australia Study Requirements.

    The 2 academic years study requirement

    Two academic years of study equals 92 weeks that contribute towards 1 or more acceptable qualifications.

    However, please bear in mind that it should be based on the duration of the course as registered by CRICOS, which also shows on your CoE.

    You can take longer to complete your course, but you will only be credited with the number of weeks that CRICOS determines as the standard duration.


    Yes, pursuing concurrent diplomas can help you meet the Australian study requirement for certain visas, such as the Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485) or Permanent Residency through the General Skilled Migration program. However, it’s essential to ensure that the diplomas you undertake are registered courses with a duration and level that meet the visa requirements. Additionally, you’ll need to complete the diplomas and obtain the necessary qualifications before applying for the visa. Be sure to check the specific visa requirements and consult with an immigration advisor if you have any doubts or questions.

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