With 25 years of experience, we have advised parents and students on studying locally and overseas depending on their needs.
Below is a guide to the expenses and part-time work opportunities in each country.
|Country||Annual Tuition Fee range|
|Australia||A$10,000 – A$30,000|
|UK||£9,000 – £25,000|
|USA||US$7,000 – US$50,000|
|Singapore||S$10,000 – S$25,000|
|Malaysia||RM 10,000 – RM 30,000|
Living expenses will be different for each student depending on your daily habits and occasional indulgences. In particular, the city you are living in. For example, let us compare multiple cities in Australia. Melbourne’s public transport costs around $7-9 per day while Brisbane’s public transport costs $4-6 per day depending on annual pass/student discounts and so on so forth.
For your convenience, we have featured how much the living expenses may be in each city. This includes the cost of meals, accommodation, transportation and utilities.
Simply choose your desired course in our Course Comparison Tool and explore how much it will cost to live in your dream city/country.
Some countries allow international students to take on part-time work. Most of them only allow students to work 20 hours/week during class duration and full-time during the break, however there are exceptions.
|UK||£5.90 – £7.38/hour|
|Singapore||No minimum wage.
Part-time hospitality & retail jobs range from S$5 – S$12/hour.
Additional requirements apply*
|Malaysia||RM 4.81 per hour on the peninsula, RM 4.42 per hour for the states of Sabah, Sarawak and Labuan|
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