Australia is one of the world’s most diverse countries and a dream destination for international students. The influx of Nepalese students in Australia is the third highest after China and India. It has become an increasingly popular destination for students around the globe and is the most favoured educational destination by Nepalse students. Even though overseas education comes at a huge expense, Australia is a more affordable educational destination for students amongst other affluent countries.
Australia offers a wide range of options for students and the most popular fields are:
Hospitality and Culinary arts
Business Management and Accounting
Based on Universities, the cost of living, and habitability the best cities for students to study in Australia are:
Melbourne: It’s the largest and the top student city offering a plethora of educational options with 8 Universities based in the city.
Adelaide: Having a significant percentage of international students it is another popular city for aspiring students. The city has 4 universities and a relatively low cost of living compared to other major cities.
Perth: This city is a tad bit expensive but nonetheless offers a variety of courses for students. The international student is one third of all university students, making it an attractive place to pursue further education. This city however has a high cost of living comparatively making it the second most expensive city after Sydney. being a little less than half the size of Melbourne and having 4 universities that have somewhat better quality universities than that of Melbourne, it is one of the favourites amongst students. Brisbane: International students represent 22% of the total students in Brisbane even though it has only 3 universities. The quality of Universities is a little above average and being the second most inexpensive city after Adelaide, this city is an appropriate choice for international students looking for quality education with a moderate cost of living.
Sydney: There are 5 Universities based in this city but it is the most expensive major city in Australia. The international students proportion is 22% in this city which is the same as Brisbane.
Canberra: Being the Capital city with the top ranked University in Australia, this city is an ideal choice for both national and international students. Even though it falls under the expensive side regarding the cost of living it offers a great educational experience.
Gold Coast: This city is a dream destination not just for students, but for tourists as well. With its amazing weather, scenic beaches and two campuses of Australia’s cheapest Universities for international students, this city is a favourite amongst students.