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How Much Does it Cost to Study in Australia?

Tuition fees and course costs for international students

  • According to StudyMove.com, the average tuition fee for international undergraduate students was AU$29,235 (~US$23,400) per year in 2017.
  • Study in Australia, the official government site for international students, gives the typical annual tuition fees for international graduate students as:

 

  • Master’s degree – AU$20,000 (US$16,000) to $37,000 (US$29,600);
  • Doctoral degree – AU$14,000 (US$11,200) to $37,000 (US$29,600).

These figures do not include high-value courses such as veterinary or medical degrees, which can cost significantly more.

 

 ·  Tuition fees and course costs for domestic students

  • Tuition fees for domestic graduate students are worked out in a similar way. Some institutions publish estimates of the yearly fee for graduate students.
  • For example the University of Melbournelists prices for 2018 ranging from AU$18,080 (~US$14,430) per year for Master of Psychiatry, up to AU$54,880 for a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.
  • Some graduate programs also offer Commonwealth-assisted places, so check with the institution.

 

·   Australian scholarships and fellowships

  • The Australia Awards Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowshipsare mainly for postgraduate-level study and research.
  • Out of the four funds available for international applicants, one is a short-term research fellowship for graduates and postgraduates (maximum award of AU$24,500 for studies of up to six months), one is for professional development (maximum award of AU$18,500 for up to four months) and one is for vocational education and training for a diploma or associate’s degree (VET) offering up to AU$6,500 per semester for up to two and a half years (maximum award AU$131,000).

·   Cost of living in Australia

  • As mentioned, the Australian government’s Department of Immigration and Border Protection(DIPB) says you must prove you have AU$19,830 (~US$15,820) for living costs per year.
  • If you’re bringing a partner you’ll need to add AU$6,940 (~US$5,550) to this figure, and if you have children, you’ll need to show you have an additional AU$2,970 (~US$2,370) for each child.
  • Although the above outlines the amount required by Australia’s immigration standards, you may not need to spend that much once you arrive.
  • The official Study in Australia guidelinesrecommend budgeting between AU$85 (~US$67) and AU$440 (~US$350) per week for accommodation, depending on whether you stay in shared accommodation on campus (the cheapest), or in private rented accommodation (the most expensive).

·   Student visa costs for Australia

  • There are many different kinds of student visas for Australia, ranging in price from nothing at all to AU$560 (~US$450). The DIBPprovides all the information you need on prices and types.
  • As a visa requirement, you will need to organize Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for yourself and any accompanying family members, which needs to be valid for the duration of your stay. You don’t have to use the provider your university recommends, but, whichever you choose, ensure it is government-approved.
  • OSHC Australiaprovides a search function which can be used to compare quotes for medical insurance from authorized providers. We found the cheapest option for a standard undergraduate student (duration three years, starting in March and finishing in December) with no accompanying family to be AU$2,164.17 (~US$1,725).

 

 

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