To address workforce shortages, the Department of Home Affairs, temporarily allowed student visa holders to work unrestricted hours. This will end on 30 June 2023.
Until 30 June 2023, all ongoing students as well as new student arrivals and secondary applicants are able to work more than 40 hours a fortnight in any sector of the economy and work before their course of study commences.
After the 30 June 2023, the number of hours a Student visa holder will be allowed to work will again be capped. The number of hours a Student visa holder works, ensures that Students focus on obtaining a quality Australian education and qualification.
Students must make sure they are aware of any changes to visa conditions, including work rights.
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