A. There is very limited financial aid for international students in Australia. There are very few
scholarships offered by some universities/government but they are very competitive. We do not have
a standard list of available scholarships. You will have to research the individual university websites
for this information.
2.What are the living expenses in Australia?
A. This will depend on the city where you study. To give you an idea, your living expenses would
range from A$ 8,500 to A$ 12,000 per year Costs may vary depending on the lifestyle.
3. Can I work part-time while studying?
A. International students can work for up to 20 hours per week in part-time or casual employment,
and full-time during gazetted vacation periods. You need to apply to the department of Immigration
for permission to work in Australia. You can apply for a work permit after you have arrived in
Australia and started your course.
4. For how many years, will my student visa be valid?
A. You will get a visa for the duration of the program. There is usually no extra time granted. On
completion of the program, you are expected to leave the country within 28 days. If you wish to stay
longer you must seek approval from the Department of Immigration, Multicultural & Indigenous