Australia offers very competitively priced study and living. Overall, we are consistently less expensive than the USA and UK.
Tuition fees will vary depending on the course and university at which you study and also your chosen lifestyle and activity expenses.
Yes. Most scholarships however, are offered for postgraduate study in universities. The majority of international students in Australia are full-fee paying students and are not awarded scholarships.
Student visa holders are allowed to work up to 20 hours per week during their study in Australia. The spouses of Masters and PhD students can work unlimited hours.
Australian Agency recommends that you get an Australian tax file number (TFN). You will need this for banking and tax purposes if you work during study. Every Australian Post Office will have an application form available. Or you can apply online.
Australian Agency offers a wide variety of services to support international students. Australian services cover both your study and life experiences in Australia.
Australia offers many different lifestyle and activity choices. These vary depending on your choice of university and community.
Both your campus and community will have lots of extra curricula activities on offer. These include music, drama, sports and outdoors activities. Australian Agency can also help you with all travel arrangements to see more of Australia during your down-time.