Why Study In Australia

Australia promotes innovation, creativity and independent thinking throughout its universities. International students who study and live in Australia soon find that their education is challenging, fun, and rewarding. As an international student in Australia, you can expect to live, grow and learn in a young, friendly country full of opportunities. For those international students who successfully complete their degree, they will soon find that they are competitive in today’s international job market. Learn more here.

  • About Australia
  • Cost of Studying & Living
  • Visas
  • Language
Australia promotes innovation, creativity and independent thinking throughout its universities. International students who study and live in Australia soon find that their education is challenging, fun, and rewarding. As an international student in Australia, you can expect to live, grow and learn in a young, friendly country full of opportunities. For those international students who successfully complete their degree, they will soon find that they are competitive in today’s international job market. Learn more here.
Cost of higher education in Australia is quite affordable as compared to the cost of studying abroad in the UK or the US.

Tuition Fee (AUD $)

The first factor to consider among education costs in Australia is the average tuition fees. This ranges from $25,000 – $38,000.

Accommodation (AUD $)

Hostels and Guesthouses – $80 to $135 per week

Shared Rental – $70 to $250 per week

On campus – $80 to $250 per week

Home-stay – $110 to $270 per week

Rental – $100 to $400 per week

Boarding Schools – $10,000 to $20,000 a year

Other Living Expenses (AUD$)

Groceries and eating out – $80 to $200 per week

Gas and electricity – $60 to $100 per week

Phone and Internet – $20 to $50 per week

Public transport – $10 to $50 per week

Car (after purchase) – $150 to $250 per week

Entertainment – $50 to $100 per week

Minimum cost of living:

Average Total – AUD$18,610 /-per annum

Australian Student Visa allows you to study and work in Australia for a period equal to the duration of your Course plus one month (28 days after the last day of class). You must be over 16 to require this visa.

The student visa is approved only if combined with an accredited course provided by some Australia’s schools. Visa is associated to the confirmation of enrolment (COE = Confirmation Of Enrolment), which identifies starting and ending date of the course.You can combine multiple courses within the same visa, such as a language course and a vocational course. The minimum duration of a related visa course is 12 weeks, maximum is 50 weeks.

This visa allows you to work legally part time (up to 40 hours every 2 weeks) during courses period and full time during course pauses.

Part-time work in Australia (4-5 hours per day) is really well paid and available everywhere: you can cover costs of accommodation, food, transport and still save some money. School schedules will easily combine with your work.

English is regarded as the national language of Australia.1 In 1996, 85% of the population spoke only English at home and less than 1% of the population could not speak English at all. People whose English language skills are lacking face practical problems in education, employment, and access to services. Where there is a lack of a common language there is also a need for interpreter and translation services, and programs of English instruction in schools and in other educational institutions.
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