Australia offers excellent value for money, with living expenses and tuition costs in Australia considerably less expensive than the United Kingdom (UK) and the United States of America (USA).

The average range of Tuition Fees is as below...

Australia offers excellent value for money, with living expenses and tuition costs in Australia considerably less expensive than the United Kingdom (UK) and the United States of America (USA).

The average range of Tuition Fees is as below...

Level and Course A$/Year INR/Year (approx)
University Foundation Studies
such as University Entrance, Preparatory and Bridging Courses 9,000 - 14,000 3 - 5
Undergraduate
Bachelor Degree
such as courses in Arts, Business, Economics and Law
14,000 - 35,000 3.5 - 4.75
Laboratory-based Bachelor Degree
such as Science and Engineering Courses
14,000 - 35,000 3.85 - 5.75
Postgraduate
Graduate Certificates / Graduate Diplomas 9,000 - 20,000 3 - 5.5
Masters / Doctoral Degree 15,000 - 36,000 3.85 - 6.5
Vocational Education and Training
Certificates I - IV / Diploma / Advanced Diploma 5,500 - 18,000 2 - 6

The average international student in Australia spends about A$230 per week on accommodation, food, clothing, entertainment, transport, international and domestic travel, telephone and incidental costs. While these are a realistic guide, it is important to remember that individual circumstances will vary by location, course and lifestyle.

Average Costs of Living per Week
Item A$ (approx)
Rent 220-250
Food 150
Bills & Transport 70
Social Activities 100
TOTAL 540-570

Scholarships are available for international students however the competition is intense and the majority of international students in Australia are full-fee paying students.