The relevant degree of satisfaction in this subclause is not based on whether an applicant has done well in their studies, whether they have diligently applied themselves to their studies, or whether they are likely to do so in future. Rather, it requires the Minister to be satisfied that the applicant is a genuine applicant for entry and stay as a student because he is satisfied that the applicant intends genuinely to stay in Australia temporarily, having regard to the matters set out in cl.572.223(1)(a)(i), (ii) and (iv) inclusive. The applicant submits that he is a “genuine student” in the sense that he is, and has been, studying courses here in Australia. That alone is not sufficient to satisfy the criterion. It does not address the aspect that was of most concern to the Tribunal, namely, whether he intended to stay in Australia temporarily. There appears to be no doubt that the applicant has from time to time diligently applied himself to the studies he has undertaken whilst living in Australia. The Tribunal did not doubt that he had successfully completed courses in the past. Whilst these were relevant matters, they had to be considered against his personal circumstances, his immigration history, and other relevant matters which the Tribunal found included his study history and the length of time he had already been in Australia, and proposed to stay.