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An unbeatable study and living destination to be immersed in highly diverse cultures and environments, ranging from sandy beach shores,
snow-capped mountains, large deserts, tropical, and temperature forests.  

Enjoy the most of what Australia has to offer by getting the opportunity to receive a world-class education with global perspectives

world-class education

Post-graduate working opportunities

Innovative teaching strategies

Feel welcome in a multicultural society

4 Reasons to Study in Australia!

Estimated cost of studying in Australia

Foundation Courses

8,500 - 33,000 AUD/year

Bachelor Degree

20,000 - 45,000 AUD/year

Master's Degree

22,000 - 62,000/year

Doctoral Degree

22000 - 62,000 AUD/year

*The cost of studying in Australia can be as little as AUD$ 1,000 per month.


Transcript of Australian Senior Secondary Certificate of Education

or overseas equivalent.

English language proficiency results (IELTS/TOEFL/PTE/CAE)

Official translations of documents in a language other than English

Course-specific document requirements (Ex: Portfolio, certificates, related employment)

A copy of your passport

Application Fee

Student Visa Requirements
(Subclass 500)

Allows students to live, work, and study in Australia for a maximum of 5 years, in line with the pursued course of study.

Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE)

Proof of English Proficiency

Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) Requirement

Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)

Letter of Offer from your chosen education provider

Proof of Sufficient Funds

Health Requirement

Character Requirement

Living Cost Estimates

On average, the living cost in Australia is around 1,400 - 2,500 AUD/month. This includes accommodation and food expenses.

Homestay :
450 - 1,200 AUD/month

Apartment :
750 - 1,700 AUD/month

Student Halls of Residence
440 - 1,000 AUD/month

Internet :
70 - 120 AUD/month

Public Transport :
30 - 60 AUD/week

Entertainment :
80 - 150 AUD/week

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Australian City Highlights

Fun Facts :

1. Sydney is the first major city in the world to see in the New Year
2. The Sydney Harbor Bridge is one of the world's longest steel arch bridges

Things to Do :
1. Take a dip at Australia's famous Bondi Beach
2. Experience the fresh air at the Blue Mountains

Global Facts :
1. Sydney has over 100 beaches that range in length
2. With 504.000 mega liters of water, Sydney has the world's deepest natural harbor.

Places to Visit :
Opera House, Harbor Bridge, Olympic Park



Melbourne Cityscape


Fun Facts :
1. In Melbourne, the black box for planes was invented
2. Melbourne has the world's largest tram system

Things to Do:
1. Wander around Dandenong Ranges National Park
2. Visit Old Melbourne Gaol: a former jail that used to house some of Australia's most horrifying criminals

Global Facts:
1. Melbourne was once Australia's capital
2. Melbourne is known as Australia's sports capital

Places to Visit:
- National Gallery of Victoria,
- Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria,
- Shrine of Remembrance

Fun Facts:
1. Meanjin, which means "place shaped like a spike," was the early Aboriginal name for Brisbane
2. Brisbane is known as the 'Sunshine State'

Things to Do:
1. Hang around with family and friends at The Botanic Gardens
2. Wander through The Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art

Global Facts:

1. The City Botanic Gardens house the world's first cultivated Macadamia tree
2. North Stradbroke Island and Moreton Island are the world's second and third-largest sand islands

Places to Visit:

Suncity Botanic Gardens, New Farm Park, Story Bridge



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