A lot of international students have chosen to study in Australia because of its high, good quality education. In a ranking done in 2012, for Ranking of National Higher Education Systems, Australia was placed eight higher than countries such as Germany, Japan and Netherlands. Also Australia has been rated as having the third highest number of international students studying in a country and are only behind the likes of the USA and UK.
COST OF TUTION FEES IN AUSTRALIA
The cost of tuition fees in Australia depends on the school chosen as well as the course you want to study, below is a guideline with cost given in Australian dollars.
Undergraduate degree could cost about $15000 – $33000 per year
Master’s degree could cost about $20000 – $37000 per year
PhD degree could about $14000 – $37000 per year
English Language studies, depending on the duration of the course could cost about $300 a week
Training and Vocational education could cost about $4000 – $22000
COST OF LIVING
Living costs in Australia are a little higher than other countries. To cover expenses such as feeding, accommodation, transport, stationeries, social activities among others about $1500 will be needed monthly.
REQUIREMENTS TO STUDY IN AUSTRALIA
To be admitted into an undergraduate program in Australia you will need to have a senior secondary school certificate from Australia or its international equivalent. Other schools and courses could have their own individual requirements.
Apart from having a degree other requirements could include work experience and research capability
BEST UNIVERSITIES IN AUSTRALIA
- The University of Western Australia
- The University of Queensland
- University of Adelaide
- RMIT University
- Macquarie University
- The Australian National University
- The University of New South Wales
- The University of Melbourne
- University of Sydney
- Monash University