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How much does study in Australia cost? Students do look for financial roadmaps while planning for their abroad study in Australia. So here is a complete list with all the finances sorted accordingly. Carry on with the reading task to know more. Name of top 20+ universities in Australia Melbourne University Sydney University Queensland University New South Wales University Sydney University of Monash National University of Australia Adelaide University Western Australian University Technology University Sydney University of Curtin Wollongong University University of Macquarie University of Swinburne University of Griffith University of Deakin Newcastle University Tasmania University University of La Trobe South Australian University Catholic University of Australia Southern Queensland University University of Edith Cowan Canberra University University of Victoria University of Murdoch Pro Tip: Get in touch with an eminent abroad study consultancy to select the best college of choice. Cost of study in Australia: Secondary school: AUD 7,800 - $30,000 (annually) English language: AUD 300 (weekly) Vocational Education and Training: AUD 4,000 - 22,000 (annually) Foundation courses: AUD 15,000 - 33,000 (overall) Bachelor's Degree: AUD 15,000 - 33,000 (annually) Master's Degree: AUD 14,000 - 37,000 (annually) Doctoral Degree: AUD 14,000 - 37,000 (annually) MBA: AUD 11,000 - 121,000 (annually)   Duration of degrees while studying in Australia Bachelor's Degree: 3 years of full-time study (24 units) Honours Degree: 4 years of full-time study (32 units) Master’s Degree: 1.5 years (12 units)   Study in Australia eligibility: You must be aged as per the mentioned criteria to study in Australia: Must be not more than 17 years when beginning Year 9 Must be not more than 18 years when starting Year 10 Must be not more than 19 years when starting Year 11 Must be not more than 20 years when beginning Year 12 Evidence of enrolment: You must enrol in a full-time course under CRICOS. When applying for 1+ courses, insert all CoE codes within the application form. Also, you need to provide the test results for English language tests (IELTS, TOEFL, PTE) taken within the last two years of application. Make sure to complete your PTE exam preparation to the fullest to score the best. Here is a list of the scores that you require: IELTS: 5.5 (minimum score) TOEFL: 46 (minimum score) PTE: 42 (minimum score) You must have the financial part of your stay sorted and proved at its best. Make sure you are a genuine entrant but intend to leave Australia once you have completed your studies. You must not have records of a previous application being refused or a visa cancelled. If you seek help from professionals offering Sop and Lor writing services, ensure they offer adequate help and are always on time.     Things to look for as part of visa outcome: Look for your visa’s grant number. The date of expiry. Visa conditions   Make sure you have a copy of your visa application when in Australia.   Things you should care about when deciding to study in Australia You need health insurance: International students need to get an OSHC. Make sure to learn about those OSHC products which are of relevance. You will have to go through jet lag: Being located in the Northern Hemisphere, the time difference between Australia and the rest of the world is huge. This will make you experience jet lag.   Make sure you have thought about the place of study: You can choose between rural or city-based educational institutions in Australia. Whatever you do, focus on your comfort levels and plans before proceeding.   There is more to experience in Australia other than University life: Experience the beautiful beaches and serene beauty of Australia when in the country. Remember, the seasons are different in Australia, with January being summer. So pack accordingly.   The grading system is different in Australia:The grading system is unique. Universities in Australia use HD to depict High Distinction. D is for Distinction, P - Pass, C - Credit, and F - Fail. You can work and study simultaneously: The locals and the government of Australia are quite welcoming to students from abroad. This way you can work and study at the same time. Have your bank account: A bank account is a must, as it will help your finances. Moreover, bank accounts in Australia offer a decent interest rate, helping you earn more money. Get well-equipped with the official/unofficial rules on the road: While driving on the streets of Australia, you might encounter a sudden meeting with the Kangaroos. So make sure you are well equipped with the basics of the roads.     In Australia, you will indulge in a comprehensive experience other than studies. So have your priorities cleared and the funds ready, as applicable.

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