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How much is uni?

As a new student, you will need to consider how much your university studies will cost and what forms of financial assistance are available to you.

Tuition fees are the main expense you will incur while you study, however, there are other costs as well. Other costs you'll need to consider are your course fees, parking, the cost of text books, public transport, accommodation should you need to relocate and consumables, such as stationery and photocopying.

Overseas Student Health Cover

As an International student studying with us on a student visa, you are required to arrange Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) before your arrival in Australia.

Living costs

Your cost of living will vary dependent on whether you decide to live in on-campus housing, share housing off-campus or you intend to live on your own.

It will also vary dependent on whether you are relocating with your family / partner.

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