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How to knock down the price of education in Australia? 

1. There are various study abroad scholarships options:
Every year the Australian government sets aside over $200 million dollars specifically for international students coming to study at Australian universities. Australia offers funds to students from all over the world and there are certain requirements for application (grade requirements, financial need, etc.). However, any student accepted to study in Australia should inquire with the University’s financial aid department to see what scholarships may be available to them.
2. Working with a Student Visa:
Australia is considered to be a favourable destination when it comes to education. One of the major reasons is the perks that come along with student visa. Working while studying in Australia is something that can really help drive down the cost of an already affordable experience.
3. Opportunity to earn more:
Students can work up to 40 hours every two weeks in jobs that require only basic skills, such as in grocery stores, food and beverage service, or even in various roles on their respective university campuses. These positions can drastically reduce the cost of studying abroad in Australia, often covering most if not all expenses associated with rent, groceries, utilities, and possibly even a bit of tuition as well.
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