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What is the cost of living in Australia?

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    IDP Education

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    Living vorys and very much depends on the student accommodation choices, however, as per Department of Home Affairs website, a student is required to demonstrate a financial capacity of twenty one thousand and forty one dollars for one year, and the student dependent is required to demonstrate the financial capacity of seventy four hundred dollars.

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    Edith Cowan University

    Edith Cowan University

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    The cost of living in Australia is about twenty one thousand a year Australian dollars, but don't forget that while you're studying, you can work part time as well.

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    The University of Western Australia

    The University of Western Australia

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    Apart from tuition fees, students have to be other living expenses, such as accommodation and utility bills, accommodation can be somewhere between a hundred and twenty to two hundred and fifty dollars per week for a rented property and 350 to 400 50 dollars per week for residential colleges. Other bills include utilities and groceries, which can vary from person to person. But they're usually between a hundred and twenty two hundred and seventy five dollars per week.

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