How to Study on Low Tuition in Australia | Tuition Fees | Cost of Living | Scholarships

Australia is a arguably one of the safest countries for both local and international for study abroad opportunities. It holds a strong reputation for welcoming international students from more than 250 countries for undergraduate and postgraduate programs. There are also low tuition universities for students seeking affordable tuition options.

You’ll love the friendliness and hospitality of  Australians once you step into their country. Its home away from home! Political, economic and social unrest are minimal in Australia, strict gun control laws ensure a safe environment to study in.

Australians love the huge cultural and social diversity international students bring to their campuses and communities; so they go out of their way to ensure a safe academic environment for their students and make them enjoy life the Australian way.

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COST OF LIVING

International students are allowed to work and study and inorder to support their degree programs however, they are required to show sufficient proof of financial ability to finance their living cost  in Australia. This provision allows students finances to use in offsetting their expenses. Since July 2012, the basic rate of living costs under the Migration regulations has increased. Under these regulations prospective student visa applicants and their family members must have access to the following funds to meet the living costs requirements:

  • A$18,610 a year for the main student;
  • A$6,515 a year for the student’s partner;
  • A$3,720 a year for the student’s first child; and
  • A$2,790 a year for every other child and where required.

Students must be genuinely sure they’ll have access to these funds once they arrive in Australia. The figures above aren’t concrete amounts of what’ll you spend, but only indicative of the cost of living. Based on your living standards, you should expect to spend more or less while studying.

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BUDGET! BUDGET!! BUDGET!!!

Once you settle in, it is highly necessary to sit down and take stock of what you’ll need and how you’ll spend your resources. This helps prevent overspending during the semester. Keeping a budget helps you know where your money is going and when to stop spending.

SCHOLARSHIPS

International Postgraduate Research Scholarships (IPRS)

The International Postgraduate Research Scholarships (IPRS) scheme enables eligible international students to undertake a postgraduate research qualification in Australia and gain experience with leading Australian researchers. The scholarship covers tuition fees and health cover costs for scholarship holders, and health cover costs for their dependents.

To find out more about how to apply you will need to contact your chosen University directly.

Australian Scholarships

The Australian Awards aim to promote knowledge, education links and enduring ties between Australia and our neighbors through Australia’s extensive scholarship programs.

The Australian Awards are comprised of two streams: an achievement stream that targets the best and brightest students, researchers and professionals to come to Australia and for Australians to do the same offshore; and a development stream that builds capacity in developing countries.

TUITION FEES

Foundation Studies A$9,000 to 14,000 a year
such as university entrance, preparatory and bridging courses
Undergraduate
Bachelor Degree A$14,000 to 35,000 a year
such as courses in arts, business, economics and law
Laboratory-based Bachelor Degree A$14,000 to 35,000 a year
such as science and engineering courses
Postgraduate
Graduate Certificates

Graduate Diplomas

A$15,000 to 36,000 a year
Masters

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