Our Adelaide campus is situated right in the heart of Adelaide’s Central Business District (CBD), conveniently located next to a bus stop and with easy access to both the train and tram networks.
Grenfell Street runs parallel to Rundle Mall, the cities pedestrian shopping mall featuring many stores, eateries and popular nightspots.
Unlike other major cities in Australia, Adelaide is a planned city, the centre is compact, easy to navigate and surrounded on all sides by spacious, green parklands.
Streets are wide and rarely congested, locals are friendly and relaxed and the sandy beaches or Adelaide Hills are within a half hour by public transport. Adelaide is considered the home of education and sits within the festival state of Australia, playing host to a number of events exploring art, culture, food and music.
Adelaide has mild winters and warm, dry summers.
Aside from the financial requirements you need to satisfy to qualify for a Student Visa as detailed on www.immi.gov.au, there are also other costs involved when living in one of our campus’s cities.
Your day-to-day living expenses will vary heavily depending on your individual lifestyle and requirements, however for a rough indication of the average cost of living in Adelaide, please refer to the table.
Use the calculator provided by Insider Guides for a more personalised estimate of your cost of living. You can also visit the Study Australia website to find more comprehensive information about living in Australia as provided by the Australian government.
Rent — $190
Transport — $30
Food — $150
Personal — $30
Clothing — $40
Entertainment — $40
Weekly — $480
Annual — $24,960
Cost per week in Australian Dollar. Source: Insider Guides (2017).