Faq's

1. Is Australia expensive for students?

Though costly to live in, Studying in Australia is still a cheaper option for students. The average tuition fees in Australia, as per Shiksha Study Abroad databank, is less than America but the living expenses are cheaper still.

2. Can I study in Australia for free?

To study in Australia free with the scholarship you must have a strong academic base as most of the scholarships are based on academic merit, so you must provide detailed information about your previous education and your grades. To gain some of the scholarships English language requirements are also mandatory.

3. Which is the cheapest university in Australia?

Australian Catholic University is the cheapest, with a typical tuition fee of around $23,000 per year. Western Sydney University is next, with fees for international students starting from $25,000.

4. Which course is in demand in Australia?

Business Management, Medicine, Engineering, Architecture, etc are the top-recommended courses to study in Australia.

5. How much does a student earn in Australia?

How Much Do Part Time Jobs In Australia For International Students Pay? A student on a Student Visa is entitled to earn a minimum wage of $18.23 per hour or $719.20 per 38 hour week (before tax) for working both on-campus and off-campus during the period of their full-time study.