Cheapest cities to study and live in Australia

Education is the best investment in oneself which naturally take many with wealth to pay at first. Studying abroad comes with more broadness as compared to studying in the home country. But instead Studying at the best universities in abroad becomes prime. For instance, Consider Australia, the Education Hub, carrying you in more depth with which are the cheapest cities to study and live there.

There are many great and fabulous cities in Australia one can opt like Sydney rich in best universities but at the same time requires more money.

 

Despite, there are various cities too to have an eye on and for that foremost thing is define your budget.

 

Firstly before looking for Cheapest Cities to study and live in Australia, list your budget and accordingly go forward with the best foot on the right path. Being students, it is obvious to have a tight budget that comes with lack of savings. This budget leads to optimum spending on accommodation, food or necessary facilities.

 

Roughly, the student overall budget in Australia will differ from $400 to $600 weekly. It is advisable to opt sharing accommodation to save some amount.

 

Accommodation goes like sharing with one person will cost $400 and with two persons $600 which works out to spending $200 per week individually.

 

Food costs around $150 a week while other expenses like Transportation, electricity and such other personal expenses would cost up to $150

 

The makes a total of $500 a week.

 

The cheapest city in Australia that goes with this budget is Hobart. However, with saving a bit on unnecessary, one can bring the cost down to $450 or $400. Other cities in Australia that come under budget $500 a week are Hobart and Wollongong which involves universities like University of Wollongong.Till $500 a weekly budget goes to the required cities of Australia like Adelaide(that has world’s one of the top University-University of Adelaide), Brisbane and Canberra.

 

One can opt for Perth by spending a $50 more which makes a total of $550 which has universities like University of Western Australia, Curtin University, Murdoch University, and Edith Cowan University.

 

Going to a bit up situation till $650, one can find rich cities like Melbourne[ University of Melbourne, Monash University, La Trobe University, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT University), Deakin University, Swinburne University of Technology and Victoria University], Darwin and not the least Sydney[ University of Sydney, the University of New South Wales, the University of Technology Sydney, Macquarie University, the Western Sydney University, and the Australian Catholic University]