Study law in Australia

October 26
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How much does it cost to study law in Australia? I am thinking of starting my bachelor there next year but I would appreciate if someone who has been there could tell me the most important things I need to know before going to Australia.

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The cost of studying for a bachelor's degree in law in Australia can vary depending on the institution you choose to attend and whether you are an international or domestic student.

For domestic students, the cost of studying law can range from several thousand dollars per year to over $40,000 per year, depending on the institution. Public universities typically have lower tuition fees than private universities.

For international students, the cost of studying law in Australia can be significantly higher, with some universities charging well over $50,000 per year. This is because international students do not qualify for the same government-subsidized tuition fees as domestic students.

In addition to tuition fees, students will also need to factor in the cost of living expenses such as accommodation, food, transportation, and books. These costs can vary depending on the location and lifestyle of the student but can add several thousand dollars per year.

It's worth noting that these are not approximate values as the tuition fees are subject to change each year, also universities in Australia have different laws and regulations so it's best to check with each institution for the most current and accurate tuition fees. I would recommend looking at each institution's website for more information on their tuition fee and also checking with the universities for possible scholarships.

Apart from tuition fees, there will be visa application charges for international students, there may be additional costs associated with a student visa application, such as health insurance, and English language test fees. There are also additional fees for dependents or partners who may be traveling with the student.

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