Studying abroad is a dream for many students who wish to study in different corners of the world to learn and explore new things also to see the other side of the world. Australia is one of the most desired destinations in the student’s list to study abroad. Many students like the idea of studying in Australia but do not know the requirements, procedure and tuition fees, etc.
Although tuition fees in Australian universities are pretty much high competing with the rest of the world they do provide the finest quality of education. Australia is the 3rd best country for its education quality and standards after the USA and UK. It is home to thousands of international students, who live, study and work in this country to achieve their goal. Australia is a dreamy place to live it has everything you need to experience a different life. Australia is one of the most diverse countries of the world with people from different countries, religions, cultures, and languages.
So basically, Australia is one of the best decisions for study abroad, but now coming toward the main point which is tuition fees, although most of the universities are expensive so Edvise hub has made a list of most affordable universities in Australia for students who are struggling to find better options.
(If what you find here is above your budget, then think f studying in countries like Turkey, Ukraine, Cyprus, Austria or Russia)
Read on to know about the most affordable study option in Australia to start your journey of study abroad, but before that let’s talk about the possible cost of living in Australia for students.
Cost of Living in Australia:
It is a bit on the higher side as compared to other countries. To live comfortably and happy life in Australia an international student would need around $1500 per month. The main reason is Accommodation, whether its share house or on-campus student lodgings it will always be the largest expense for an international student. Rent for a week takes out about $140. Breaking down the living expense on a weekly bases.
- Rent : $140
- Groceries and food: $130
- Power and gas: $25
- Internet : $15
- Public Transport: $40
- Entertainment: $40
Total for 52 weeks: $20,280
Note: These expenses show that an international student needs around $20,280 in a year or $1690 in a month to live a comfortable life in Australia.
Affordable Australian Universities for International Students:
Now let us see those universities that are providing affordable fees for an undergraduate and postgraduate program, please check the list below:
|Charles Darwin University||$19,500||$24,500|
|University of Canberra||$24,500||$30,000|
|Charles Sturt Universtiy||$25,500||$22,000|
|Southern Cross University||$18,500||$22,500|
|University of Sunshine Coast||$19,000||$25,500|
|Australian Catholic University||$22,500||$24,000|
|University of New England||$22,000||$29,500|
|University of Divinity||$12,500||$11,500|
|University of Southern Queensland||$21,500||$24,000|
|University of Melbourne||$40,000||$34,000|
|University of Queensland||$35,000||$20,000|
|Univeresity of New South Wales||$34,000||$33,000|
|Australian National University||$39,000||$35,000|
|University of Newcastle||$28,000||$35,000|
|University of Adelaide||$35,000||$40,000|
|James Cook University||$27,000||$30,000|
|Central Queensland University||$25,000||$21,000|
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