Studying abroad poses many fiscal challenges. It’s important to know your budget and then look for universities that suit your educational needs. Average expenditure of any Australian university runs from INR 9,00,000 to INR 17,50,000 (tuition fees only) for bachelors degree. There are no low cost universities in Australia as such. But there are some alternatives that you can go for. These are:
TAFE for Bachelors degree
Universities are not generally cheap in Australia hence an alternative solution for bachelors degree is TAFE, a leading and largest vocational education and training provider. TAFE provides plethora of courses including Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of Applied Commerce, Bachelor of Community Services, Bachelor of Fashion Design etc. TAFE provides all three modes of education i.e. on-campus, online and study abroad & student exchange. The tuition fees runs between INR 3, 50,000 to INR 7, 50,000.
Low cost universities at undergraduate level
There are some universities that offer undergraduate courses at low tuition fees. These are:
> Charles Darwin University at $20,440
> Southern Cross University at $20,560 and,
> University of the Sunshine Coast at $20,600.
> University of Canberra at $21,610
> Edith Cowan University at $25,760 and,
> University of Southern Queensland at $25,850.
> Charles Sturt University at $18,400
> Charles Darwin University at $18,520 and,
> Victoria University at $20,400.
Low cost universities at postgraduate level
There are some universities that offer postgraduate courses at low tuition fees. These are:
- Postgraduate MBA
- University of New England at $26,080,
- Southern Cross University at $23,680 and,
- University of Southern Queensland at $23,760
- Postgraduate Engineering/Science
- University of New England at $28,900,
- Southern Cross University at $28,000, and
- University of Southern Queensland at $24,480
- Postgraduate Arts/Education
- University of New England at $25,800,
- University of Southern Queensland at $24,320 and,
- University of the Sunshine Coast at $26,000
Australia has many top notch universities and institutions that deliver international standard education. These universities also give away many scholarships and solve the problem of fiscal issues that many students face. Universities in Western Australia and Queensland offer different kinds of scholarships and free tuition fees. Many incentives are given to students, such as:
- University of Queensland takes care of tuition fees of 30 international students.
- University of Sydney offers 30 research scholarships per year. The scholarship covers their tuition fees and also provides them with a yearly stipend of $20,000 for potential master research students.
- University of Melbourne gives away 150 cutback scholarships per year to bright students.
Originally posted 2022-09-03 04:34:48.