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Last November 2017 my schengen student visa (French) was rejected. The reason stated was "the consular authority did not find/have sufficient/ reliable content".

Now I've been trying for Australia for my higher education and have completed all the pre requisites for my course, but I have not yet received an acceptance from any university I have applied to.

What is the reason behind this? Does the visa refusal have this much of a concern?

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  • How would the universities even know about the refusal? Have you mentioned it to them? – Nidhi K Jan 29 '18 at 18:23
  • As NidhiK said, it is unlikely to affect the universities in Australia. But it could affect the Aus visa office either by data sharing or because there is a real problem with your visa application. You should review that refusal: the reason you quoted doesn't make much grammatical sense. – user16259 Jan 29 '18 at 21:19
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    We can't know why the university has made whatever decision they've made -- if they've even decided yet. In any case, there's nothing you can do about it, now. You'll just have to wait and see. – David Richerby Jan 29 '18 at 22:11
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Now I've been trying for Australia for my higher education and have completed all the pre requisites for my course, but I have not yet received an acceptance from any university I have applied to.

What is the reason behind this? Does the visa refusal have this much of a concern?

Visa refusals have no bearing on university admissions. In fact you may be admitted to a university, and still be denied a student visa.

The two are not connected whatsoever.

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