Studying in Australia
Get the best experience of study and work life balance that Australia offers to International Students.
Australia is a vibrant and fascinating country, which provides international students many brilliant opportunities to grow and learn. If you are planning on continuing your studies abroad, Australia offers first-class education programs at par with any top universities anywhere else in the world.
- The QS World University Rankings for 2019 lists 33 Australian educational institutions (7 among top 100).
- The Times Higher Education World University Ranking lists 35 institutions (6 in the top 100)
- 34 institutions are in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Global Universities Rankings (7 in top 100)
- City that you are living
- Transportation to and from University/College
- Individual Lifestyle
- Accommodation preferences
Here are a rough idea of average costs while studying in Australia:
- Campus housing: A$100 to A$300 per week
- Common room on rent: $90 to A$225 per week
- Individual room on rent: A$170 to A$500 per week
- Private hostels and hotels: A$100 to A$170 per week
- Transportation: $20 to $50 per week
- Electricity, Gas: A$40 to $130 per week
- Groceries: A$90 to A$270 per week
- Internet, Mobile Phone: A$25 to A$60 per week