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STUDYING IN AUSTRALIA

Perth, the Right Choice
If you are finding a city in Australia that offers world-class education, nearly sunshine all year round, affordable high standard of living, a thriving multi-cultural scene and natural environment, you’ll fall instantly in love with Perth. Not surprisingly, thousands of tourists and students come to Perth each year for this reason.

Quality Education
Perth, the capital city of Western Australian is also known as the Education City with 5 world-class universities and several vocational education and training (VET) colleges, is a popular choice for preparing for an exciting and successful future.

Whether you’re looking to move straight into the workforce, or to continue with your university education, The International College can take you where you want to go with the VET qualifications.

The VET qualifications range across certificate as well as diploma and advanced diploma courses.

When you have completed your diploma or advanced diploma courses with The International College, you may wish to return home to start your career, or to continue with your studies at the university in Perth.

Liveable City
Perth is a vibrant city offers a warm sunny climate, a relaxed lifestyle and a prosperous economy, relatively safe living environment with adventure and new discoveries right on your doorstep.

Our city averages eight hours sunshine per day and 118 clear days per year. Mean monthly maximum temperatures range from 17ºC to 30ºC in December to February. Even in the cooler months, minimum temperatures vary from 8ºC to 18ºC in June to August. Most of its 802mm annual rainfall occurs in the winter months.

Many bus routes act as feeder routes to the main rail lines. Perth also provides the zero-fare Central Area Transit bus routes (Red, Blue, Yellow & Green), which travel along side the regular buses.

Perth locals enjoy dining out in cafes and restaurants, where there is a large selection of multicultural and vegetarian foods on offer. From Chinese, to Italian, to Indian – there are healthy and delicious options to suit every taste. 

If you love shopping, Perth is getting bigger and better with a mixed high-end designers and trendy chain shops.

While you study in Perth, you can take advantage of a wide variety of jobs in Perth for international students who have the opportunity to work part-time for up to 20 hours per week to increase your income and gain work experience.

Whilst you are on your study break in Perth, don’t miss the chance to leave the city and experience the breathtaking natural environment that WA has to offer. With 12,500 kilometres of pristine coastline and vast diverse landscapes, there is an adventure for everyone.

Living Cost
Knowing the average living costs in Australia is an important part
of your financial preparation. For your reference, here are some of the costs associated with living and studying in Australia. (All costs
are in Australian dollars.)

Reference: https://www.studyaustralia.gov.au/english/live/living-
costs

The costs below are an approximate guide only and don't take into account your budget and spending habits.

Accommodations Weekly Expenses (AUD)
Hostels and guesthouses
$90 to $150
Shared rental
$95 to $215
On campus
$110 to $280
Homestay
$235 to $325
Rental
$185 to $440
Boarding schools
$11,000 to $22,000 a year
Other Living Expenses
Weekly Expenses (AUD)
Groceries & eating out $140 to $280
Gas, electricity $10 to $20
Phone & internet $15 to $30
Public transport $30 to $60
Car (after purchase) $150 to $250
Entertainment $80 to $150

Minimum Cost of Living
The Department of Home Affairs has financial requirements you must meet in order to receive a student visa. Below is a guide on the requirements you must meet to study in Australia.

 As of October 2019, the 12-month living costs are for:

Students or guardians
$21,041
Partners coming with you
$7,362
A child coming with you
$3,152

Education Costs
The list below gives you a broad indication of the range of course costs (yearly) for different types of qualifications.

  • School: $7,800 to $30,000
  • English language studies: Around $300 per week depending on course length
  • Vocational education and training (Certificates 1 to IV, Diploma and Advanced Diploma): $4,000 to $22,000
  • Undergraduate bachelor degree: $20,000 to $50,000

Benefits of Studying in Australia
These valuable benefits provide with a great way to study in Australia:

  • Australia is one of the most English-speaking countries, located closest to Asia.
  • The geographical location of Australia is relatively close to tropical climate conditions.
  • A modern country that has all gorgeous sights and sceneries.
  • Stable social and economic conditions.
  • Multi-cultural society.
  • The quality of education is high and internationally recognised.
  • Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) ensures the quality of our education to more than 1.2 million students – including some 230,000 international students involved in vocational education
  • Comfortable and secure living and learning environment.
  • Student with Graduate Stream Visa (485 visa) is entitled to 18-month full work right.
  • International students receive special protection in Australia (from ESOS Act), which guarantees the quality assurance and international reputation from every educational institution in Australia delivering courses to international students. This protection applies to all sectors of education and training in Australia.
  • The student can work 40 hours per fortnight (every two weeks, average 20 hours per week).
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