Global Talent Visa (GTI)

The aim of this program is to attract highly skilled and talented individuals from specifically targeted industries to permanently settle in Australia.

Step 1

Send us your most recent CV and your eligibility questionnaire filled and forward this information to us to assess your profile. Click here to download your questionnaire

Step 2

Receive your email confirmation of your positive profile assessment.

step 3

Pay the initial consultation fee and book your appointment. Prepare your questions for the consultation.

step 4

Prepare all your documentation for the application.

10 Target Sectors and Specialisations:

  • Engineering
  • Geology
  • Metallurgy
  • Waste management
  • Energy saving technology
  • Extraction and processing
  • Advanced visualisation technologies, e.g., sensors
  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies
  • Beneficiation technologies to improve economic value of resources like ore
  • Expertise in energy-saving technologies for ore extraction and processing, including ore body mapping, geophysical tools, drilling, mineral refinement, and automation with robotic equipment
  • Resource waste management
  • Seed technology
  • Nanomaterials
  • Biofuels
  • Supply chain and packaging
  • Wearable technologies
  • Agricultural big data analytics
  • Commercialisation experience within the industry
  • Future proteins for human and animal consumption
  • Food and beverage technology
  • Individual technologies or a combination of technologies related to farm equipment, weather, seed optimisation, fertiliser and crop inputs, and irrigation
  • Precision measurement and/or application of farm inputs such as nitrogen and pesticides, gene editing, nanomaterials and synthetic biology
  • Predictive technologies around planting times, climatic forecasting and crop cycles
  • Wearable technology, including ear-tag trackers for animal management.
  • Clean energy
  • Resource robotics
  • Computational metallurgy
  • Geostatistics
  • Benefication
  • Battery/energy storage
  • Advanced visualisation technology (e.g. sensors)
  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies
  • Automation and robotics (e.g. smart sorting technologies for recycling)
  • Beneficiation technologies (i.e. improving the economic value of ore)
  • Recycling technology (e.g. feedstock recycling or E-waste processing)
  • Traceability technologies, e.g. experience with sophisticated material trading systems that make material sources more transparent to consumers
  • Expertise with the following fields in the sector (Hydrogen technology, clean technologies, renewables and hybrids (including solar and wind power, battery/energy storage design (specialised, grid-scale and precursors for batteries, bioenergy and biofuels, micro-grid design; and supporting the transition to net zero carbon emissions)
  • Medical and biomedical technology
  • Pharmaceutical and vaccine research and development
  • IT biochemistry
  • Digital health
  • Implantables and wearable devices
  • Genomics
  • Antimicrobial resistance
  • Biochemistry and cell biology
  • Biostatistician
  • Biotechnology
  • Biomedicine and Bioengineering
  • Cell and gene therapies – genomics
  • Clinical trials
  • Digital health
  • Health economists
  • Implantable and wearable devices (e.g. 3D printed custom devices, bionics and prosthetics)
  • Infectious disease
  • Medical devices
  • Medical physicist
  • Microbiology and immunology
  • Nanotechnology and genomics
  • Neuroscience and neurology
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Precision medicine
  • Point of care diagnostics
  • Regenerative medicine


  • Augmented and virtual reality
  • Cyber Security
  • Expertise in military equipment acquisition, sustainment and evaluation;
  • Robotics and automation
  • Sensors and analytics
  • Military equipment acquisition and sustainment

    Advanced manufacturing

    • Advanced materials
    • Automation and robotics
    • Nano-manufacturing
    • Sustainable manufacturing and life-cycle engineering
    • Additive manufacturing (3D printing), materials resilience and repair
    • Artificial intelligence and machine learning
    • Automation & Robotics
    • Bio-manufacturing and biological integration
    • Biotechnologies
    • Digital design and rapid prototyping
    • Digitisation and automation
    • Nano-manufacturing and micro-manufacturing
    • Precision manufacturing 


      • Aviation in space
      • Experience that would be of benefit to the National Civil Space Priority Areas:
        • Position, navigation and timing (PNT) infrastructure (global navigation satellite systems)
        • Earth observation technology and services
        • Communications technologies and services (lasers for data communication, quantum technologies for secure communication, and hybrid radio and optical communications)
        • Space situational awareness and debris monitoring (including space traffic management)
        • Leapfrog R&D, which includes new rocket technology, high-tech materials, space medicine, synthetic biology, quantum communications, in-orbit servicing and optical wireless communication technologies
        • Robotics and automation on Earth and in space
        • Access to space, which includes international space missions and launch activity
        • Engagement with international space and astronomy regulatory bodies.
  • Bioenergy
  • Sustainable production
  • Recycling
  • Waste treatment
  • Waste to energy technology
  • Emissions technology
  • Ecologically sustainable manufacturing
  • Artificial Intelligence and digital technologies
  • Bioenergy generation
  • Bio-methane production
  • Commercialisation experience within the industry
  • Development of sustainable production and supply chain practices that reduce atmospheric land and marine pollution
  • Energy infrastructure
  • Recycling and responsible manufacturing to support industries (plastics, paper, glass, tyre components, e-waste and lithium batteries)
  • Reducing emissions and increasing efficient use of natural resources (including energy, water and materials)
  • Waste treatment (management and reuse) and emissions technology
  • Waste-to-energy (WtE) technology (the ability to generate reliable baseload electricity that is also capable of diverting waste away from landfill and reducing carbon emissions)
  • Quantum computing
  • Cyber sciences
  • Cyber security
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Blockchain, IoT
  • Big data
  • Disruptive technology
  • Smart cities
  • Machine learning
  • Network engineering
  • Cloud computing
  • Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning
  • Automation
  • Big data
  • Blockchain technology
  • Cloud computing
  • Cyber security detection, prevention and response services
  • Data and eResearch infrastructure
  • Data management and analysis
  • Data science
  • Disruptive technologies
  • Front-end development
  • Internet of Things
  • IT integrated with control systems for plant and machinery
  • Machine learning engineering

Potential or ability to:

  • Travel and tourism infrastructure
  • Water infrastructure
  • Energy infrastructure
  • Regional development
  • Drive economic development in regional communities
  • Develop gateways to support Australia’s international competitiveness
  • Improve and expand Australia’s energy infrastructure
  • Improve water security across Australia

Potential or ability to:

    • Increase the economic benefits to Australia from tourism;
    • Target high value travelers in the markets and tourism segments that deliver the greatest returns
    • Foster a sustainable and innovative tourism industry.
  • Neobanking
  • Payment systems
  • Wealth and regtech
  • Blockchain
  • Automated and predictive financial advice
  • Blockchain technology
  • Commercialisation experience within the industry
  • Digital wallets
  • Financial advice (e.g. automated and digital)
  • Financial data analytics, compliance and ‘RegTech
  • Micro-savings
  • Next generation lending, investment and wealth management
  • Online banking
  • Platform banking and payments (e.g. contactless)
  • Cutting edge skills in emerging fields of the industry
  • Developing advanced educational systems and curricula
  • Improving the education infrastructure in Australia
  • Digital data and eResearch platforms
  • Cutting edge innovation within the Education sector
  • Research and education infrastructure planning
  • Characterisation (Technologies in advanced microscopy and microanalysis that underpin modern science, medicine, engineering and industrial innovation)
  • Digital Data and eResearch Platforms
  • Platforms for Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences.

Your Global Talent (GTI) Expert

Isuru Yapa

Isuru Yapa has emerged as a prominent figure in the field of migration, establishing himself as an industry leader. Among his wide-ranging areas of expertise, he places a significant emphasis on the Global Talent Independent Visa, demonstrating his profound understanding and involvement in this specific domain

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Employer, an industry colleague, an academic colleague, or even an industry body. The Australian Computer Science Society (ACS) will nominate individuals with a technology focus who do not have a nominator. You will however first need to obtain your unique identifier, then email the ACS who will advise on the next steps. You will have to meet the health, character, security and integrity checks that will apply to all applicants.

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