How much does it cost to study in Australia?
Australia is a multicultural country with a modern education, ranked among the top countries of export education recognized around the world and is one of the ideal destination for Students, students choose to realize their dream of studying abroad. However, to realize this dream of studying, how many young people have been concerned with the question "How much does study abroad cost?".
To live and study in Australia, you are not too worried about the cost too expensive as in some Western countries. If you have a reasonable spending plan for yourself then the cost issue is no longer a top concern. As a Vietnamese student, you need to prepare for the following expenses:
1. Tuition fees (in Australian dollars)
Like many other countries, tuition fees vary widely in Australia, depending on location, infrastructure, modern technology, curriculum, and so on.
+ English program: $ 300 - $ 400 / week
+ High School Program: $ 8,000 - $ 15,000 / year
+ College Program: $ 10,000 - $ 18,000 per year
+ Undergraduate program:
Bachelor's degree: $ 18,000 - 30,000 / year
Masters, PhD: $ 25,000 - $ 35,000 per year
In addition to tuition fees, the school also has a number of additional types of fees such as libraries, laboratories, books, uniforms, stationery, ...
2. Cost of living
Depending on the geography of each region, living costs will also vary, and living standards in Sydney and Melbourne are generally higher than in other locations as they are two major centers of trade and development. Most in Australia. However, it is essential that you prepare yourself for the cost of approximately $ 19,830 per year for all subsistence expenses.
Cost of housing
When you study in Australia, students usually choose the form of accommodation as follows:
Register at a student residence or on-campus residence: This is an option for students from $ 900- $ 1,000 / month. You can register via the Internet or school bulletin boards.
It is quite common for Vietnamese students to study in Australia when they choose to live with homestay. Homestay accommodation is a great option for you to get acquainted with as well as learn more about Australia's culture and lifestyle for about $ 400 - $ 1,000 a month.
Choosing to rent an apartment and live with students in the same school or school is also a way that Vietnamese students enjoy and cost ranges from $ 300 - $ 1,300 / month.
In addition, students can also rent rooms in guest rooms, guest rooms. Here everyone will use the same space as living in the kitchen, bathroom, ... costs from $ 350 - $ 500 / month.
Travel expenses, personal expenses
Today, major cities in Australia are equipped with extremely convenient public transportation and students will enjoy the privileges of using these vehicles. You should find out and consult information with your student's school office or from your friends to use these public services in the best interest of yourself.
The cost of living often includes expenses such as telephone, Internet, student insurance, electricity, water, gas, shopping for personal belongings, use of public transport, Tri, …
- Student health insurance (12 months): $ 500 / year
- Electricity, gas: $ 60- $ 100 / week
- Phone, Internet: $ 20- $ 50 / week
- Eat and buy: $ 80 - $ 200 / week
- Transportation: $ 10 - $ 50 / week
- Entertainment, entertainment: $ 50- $ 100 / week
However, do not worry too much about costs because the Australian Government allows students to work part-time to increase their income as well as add practical and English experience. With a maximum total time of 40 hours / 2 weeks. Generally, students can earn from $ 11- $ 30 per hour.
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