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Key facts

  • Currency
    Australian Dollar $
  • Student population
    1 million
  • Language
  • Universities

Why study in Australia?

Australia is a modern and multicultural country, making it a popular choice for international students. There are different cultures, food, languages and religious backgrounds to be found throughout the country’s six states and their cities. Australian universities offer a high quality education on par with many UK and US institutions.

English is the official language of Australia, however there are many words and phrases that are specific to Australian English.


Where can you study in Australia

The population of Australia is concentrated along the eastern and southeastern coasts: the most populated states are New South Wales and Victoria, and their capitals Sydney and Melbourne are the largest cities in Australia making them popular for students.

The landscape in Australia is very diverse including snow capped mountains in the Australian alps, to desert in ‘The Outback’.

What is the cost of study in Australia?

Fees in Australia can be around $30,000 per year for a bachelor’s program.

On top of the fees, Australian living costs can also be high. This is especially the case in popular cities like Sydney and Melbourne where you may need around $15,000 a year for living expenses.

What are the requirements to study in Australia?


Generally, you will need to have completed secondary school education in your home country to a high standard. Some universities may offer you the option of a Technical and Further Education (TAFE) university pathway course; this provides you with an Australian high school qualification. You can then be enrolled at your chosen university.

English language tests

Australian institutions may prefer IELTS or TOEFL for an English language requirement, or may accept both. Always check which one you need with the institution you’re applying to.

Australia student visa

As an international full time student you would be required to have a Subclass 500 Student Visa in order to study in Australia. This visa lasts up to five years but varies depending on the duration of your specific program.

This visa also allows for up to 40 hours of work every two weeks from your course start date.

It is a condition of your student visa that you maintain Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC).

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