If you intend to study abroad in a university program in Australia, you will need to satisfy the Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) Criterion as part of your visa application. To do this, you need to provide a written statement of no more than 500 words, which convinces the immigration officer that you are worthy of a student visa.
How you should make a statement:
Use your own words to write a statement and give specific examples. Check that your statement covers next items:
Why you chose the program?
How the chosen program is relevant to your previous study?
Explain your previous study: qualification, duration of study, name of education provider.
Explain any gaps between your studies.
Write specifics if you have been employed.
Why you chose to study at specific university?
Why you chose to study in Australia and not in your home country?
How will the chosen program benefit you in the future?
How you intend to finance your studies in Australia?
Explain any immigration history.
What are your accommodation options?