What is a Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE)?

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What is a Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE)?

Pursuing higher studies in Australia, one of the most popular study destinations for international students, is a great way to advance your skills and career outlook. If you are planning to pursue a full-time course at an Australian University then you must fulfill the requirements for a GTE which is Genuine Temporary Entrant, proof of your intentions to study and not to look for staying back in Australia. Here’s all you need to know about a Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE). 

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Why is a Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) required?

Those applying for an Australian Student visa must show they are coming to Australia temporarily to attain quality education only. It is an assessment that all international students are required to provide to demonstrate that they are visiting Australia only for educational purposes. 

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Who needs to apply for a Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE)?

An international student whose only intention is to pursue a full-time course in Australia must apply and fulfill the GTE requirements.

How to submit a Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE)?

You must provide a personal statement in English addressing the GTE requirements. You can also write the personal statement in your native language and then submit a translated version with your application. However, it is recommended to submit the Statement in English. You must provide evidence for the information you include in your statement. Comprehensive statements unsupported by evidence will not be weighed heavily in the GTE assessment. 

Information and Evidence to mention in a Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE)

It is recommended to include as much information and evidence as possible in your GTE statement to provide a full view of your situation. You must provide information including evidence to support your statements about:

Information to include Evidence to support
Previous Study Academic transcripts showing qualifications achieved
Name of the education provider(s)
Length of study
Certificates of attainment
Gap in Previous Study if needed  Reasons why there is a gap in your studies including where you did not maintain enrolment
Current Employment  Your current employer
Company address
Period of employment
Details of your position
Name and contact details of someone who can confirm the circumstances of your employment
Ties to your native country/country of residence  Proof of financial, family, or social ties. You need to show you have significant incentives to return home.
Economic Situation in your native country/country of residence  Documents showing employment or business activities for 12 months before lodging an application
Potential employment offers including salary and other benefits,  after the course, completion
Income tax returns or bank statements
Employment in a third country Potential employment offers, including salary and other benefits, after course completion

After including all the above-mentioned information along with documents, you must close the GTE Statement with a personal declaration. The personal declaration must demonstrate that all the evidence and information provided by you is authentic. A GTE must be written precisely and honestly. Irrelevant reasoning without any proper evidence and plagiarism must be avoided.

How is it assessed?

A Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) Statement is required to make sure the student visa program is used as intended. Your GTE Statement will be assessed through the following:

Assessment Criteria Consideration
Situations in your Native Country/ Country of residence Reason for not studying in your home country or region if a similar course is available there
Ties to your native country that support an intention to return after studies are finished.
Economic situation
Military service commitments
Political and civil unrest in your native country
Potential Situation in Australia Ties to Australia that present a strong incentive to stay in Australia
Level of knowledge of the proposed course and education provider
Previous study and qualifications
Planned living arrangements
Financial stability
Value of the course with reference to future If the course is consistent with your current level of education
If the course is relevant to past or proposed future employment in your home country or a third country
Expected salary and other benefits in your native country or a third country obtained with your qualifications from the proposed course of study
Immigration History  Previous visa applications for Australia or other countries
Visa refusals or cancellations
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FAQs

What is a Genuine Temporary Entrant GTE?

A Genuine Temporary Entrant GTE is a statement of evidence that demonstrates your purpose of visiting Australia is only to attain education.

Is it necessary to provide the GTE Statement in English?

No. It is not mandatory to provide the Genuine Temporary Entrant GTE Statement in English. You can provide the statement in your native language and submit a translated version of your GTE.

Is GTE the same as the Statement of Purpose?

Both GTE and SOP are provided as a declaration of genuine intent to attain education in Australia.

This was all you needed to know about a Genuine Temporary Entrant GTE. Are you planning to study abroad in Australia? Contact our Leverage Edu Experts for end-to-end assistance regarding your study abroad journey in Australia.  Call us at 1800 57 2000 to book a FREE 30-minutes counseling session today!

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