The costs of studying in Australia depend on the institution and the level of study you choose.
As an international student, your tuition fees are payable before you study. 283 more words
… or so says the Singapore Bar.
Following the delisting last week of eight British universities from the Singapore Bar’s approved list of institutions for admissions, questions have naturally been asked why law graduates from Australian universities were not getting the same treatment (where some universities have been “down graded” but not delisted). 178 more words
The proposed move to a deregulated fee environment in Australian higher education has generated much discussion among commentators. Despite attracting pre-budget support amongst groups such as the Group of Eight (Go8), Innovative Research Universities (IRU) and Regional University Network (RUN), concern has also been growing at the prospect of escalating price structures leading to… 149 more words
The UK is often held up by the Federal LNP and Tony Abbott with Christopher Pyne as a exemplar of what can happen if Universities in Australia deregulated. 288 more words
Australia is fast becoming a preferred destination in terms of education among Indian students. Currently, this “land of kangaroos” attracts the third largest number of international students in the English-speaking world after the US and the UK. 191 more words