Our Brisbane campus is situated not far from Brisbane’s CBD, close to major transport hubs. Shops, parklands, cafes and bars can be found in the surrounding streets.
Brisbane is a green city with one of the fastest growing economies in Australia.
It is increasingly diverse, and boasts a swimming beach in the middle of the CBD, which is itself located within the bend of the Brisbane River. The city’s peaceful demeanour is a part of Brisbane’s charm.
Its status as a New World City, a multi-cultural hub of creativity offers students an accessible lifestyle amongst friendly locals.
Brisbane has a sub-tropical climate and therefore year round warm weather – hot and humid summers and dry moderately warm winters.
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 Brisbane, 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 — $165
Personal — $40
Clothing — $40
Entertainment — $40
Weekly — $505
Annual — $26,260
Cost per week in Australian Dollar. Source: Insider Guides (2017).