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As an international student, can I study part-time in Australia?

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    IDP Education

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    Unfortunately, no. You're only allowed to study full time in Australia as an international student due to the regulations.

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    IDP Education

    IDP Education

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    So among the perks of studying in Australia would be the part time work, so you're allowed to work 20 hours per week or 40 hours for a fortnight or unlimited hours during breaks.

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    IDP Education

    IDP Education

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    Students are only allowed to undertake full time study programs in Australia. They are not allowed to undertake any part time study program in Australia.

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    University of New England

    University of New England

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    As an international student studying on campus in Australia, you will need to study a full time study load. At UNE that will be four units per trimester. If you are studying online overseas, then you are able to study part time.

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