Study in Australia

1. Why Study in Australia?
One of the best advantages of studying in Australia is the ability to work while studying, thereby reducing the burden on students wishing to save on living expenses. Students are allowed to work for 20 hours each week. This is also beneficial to gain work experience in the student’s chosen field of interest.

  • Australia is an exceedingly popular destination for international students and currently has around 2.5 million international students.
  • The Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) framework ensures that the security of international students is the highest priority.
  • There are plenty of research opportunities available to eligible professionals and students which are highly competitive and awarded based on merit
  • Australia has several jobs on offer in an array of disciplines, which significantly contributes to its appeal.
  • Australian universities tend to be a lot cheaper than those offered by their counterparts in other popular education destinations.
  • The time taken to process visas has significantly been reduced, as have the number of documents required for proof of identification.

2. Cost of studying & living in Australia
Living Expenses: International students living in Australia need between 1,400 and 2,500 AUD/month to cover all their living expenses, including accommodation, food, and social activities. Accommodation has been divided into four categories Homestay, Shared house, One-bedroom unit, Managed apartment

Check the average budget you’ll need for some of the most popular student cities in Australia:

(a) As a rough guide we have calculated what it could cost you for the major items you will need when you are in the Australia:

Most universities provide a small number of student dormitories for on-campus-accommodation. That’s why many international students choose to rent a private property or live with a local family (homestay).

Average prices for common accommodation options:

  • Homestay: 450 – 1,200 AUD/month
  • Student halls of residence: 440 – 1,100 AUD/month
  • Rent an apartment: 750 – 1,700 AUD/month
  • Share a rented apartment/house: 380 – 850 AUD/month

Other costs associated with accommodation

Apart from rent, your accommodation requires extra expenses, like:

  • Utilities: around 200 AUD/month
  • Internet: 70 – 120 AUD/month

3. Visa Regulations
To study in Australia, you must apply for a new Student visa. For more details please click here

4. Feature universities in Australia

  1. Australian National University
  2. University of Melbourne
  3. University of Sydney
  4. University of New South Wales
  5. University of Queensland

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