Study In Australia


Australia is the 3rd most popular education destinations since a number of years. Being a leading global powerhouse with some of the world’s best facilities and educators, Australia has seven of the top 100 universities in the world. A wide range of quality education services provisioned in the country, Australia has become a destination of choice and preference to most of the international or overseas students for pursuing higher education. Not only the quality education services, Australia has also promoted 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. An international student in Australia can expect to live, grow, and learn in a 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.


Australia is known for the quality education service provisioned in the top universities and education institutions. With more than 1,200 educational institutions, Australia has become a fairly popular education destination over the years for overseas students. Education fees for international students in Australia start at around $20,290 (Australian dollars) per annum. The average fee for the course of choices is around $15,000 to $35,000 per annum.

Some of the guidelines about the course are briefed as below:

  • Australian universities charge education fees based on the number of units the candidates take.
  • The annual fee for any choice of course is the cost of 2 semesters of full-time study which equals to 8 units.
  • Although a full year is 2 semesters at normal, the students may be able to do 3 semesters by studying during the Australian summer which is scheduled from December to February.
  • A full time Bachelor’s Degree in Australia is of 3 years which equals to 24 units. But some programs are of 4 years too.
  • A full time Professional or Honors Degree is of 4 years which equals to 32 units.
  • A full time Masters Degree is of 1.5-2 years typically which equals to 12 units. Some Masters are of 1 year only though.
  • Moreover, Australian universities offer few scholarship or bursary schemes for international students. To pay for the tuition fees, the students can work part-time as Australia has a high minimum wage.
  • There is the provision of ESOS Act  which ensures the rights of international students. Additionally, there are Tuition Protection Scheme (TPS), Post Study Work (PSW) systems for International students.

For more, visit:


https://internationaleducation.gov.au/Pages/default.aspx and so on.

Living Expenses

The living expense in Australia is cheaper than that of London but slightly higher than that of New Zealand. Although Australia has one of the highest standards of living, the average investment of international student in Australia is $1,690 AUD on a monthly basis which averages to $20,290 AUD per annum. As the international students are permitted to work part time up to 40 hours per fortnight (2 weeks = 1 fortnight) with a minimum wage of around $3,000-4,300 AUD per month, so, the living expenses and education fees are easily covered.

Besides, the living costs for dependent or spouse is $7,100 AUD whereas the details keeps on changing and you are requested to check the link below.