STUDY IN BRISBANE
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Brisbane is a sleek, multicultural and cosmopolitan city, which is popular with both tourists and expats and is an excellent place to study as an international student. Without the brash lights of Sydney or the understated glamour of Melbourne, Brisbane is free to be itself – a laid back, community driven city.
As the third most populous city in Australia and capital of Queensland, choosing to study a degree in Brisbane is a popular option for international students from around the world. The city has a particularly large number of students from the UK, New Zealand and India.
Study in Brisbane?Brisbane is a hub of education in Australia and is home to some of the country’s top-rated universities. You can study a degree in Brisbane at:
- University of Queensland
- Queensland University of Technology
- Griffith University
- James Cook University
- Central Queensland University
- JMC Academy
University of the Sunshine Coast
Immigration and visasIn order to start at university in Brisbane students will need to get a student visa. The Department for Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) grants visas to students whose courses are registered and full time.
The student visa allows you to study a degree in Brisbane, as well as the freedom to work part time. It also provides access to:
- Subsidised student health cover in Australia
Possibilities to study in Australia for longer than first planned
Accommodation and living costsMost students coming to live in Brisbane will choose to live in dedicated halls of residence at first, as this will allow them to get to know the city easier and to settle into student life.
However, private accommodation is plentiful and easy to get. Some of the most popular student suburbs include:
- St Lucia
- New Farm
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