Housing – Australia

There are number of options for International Students

A.HOME STAY:

Home stay implies an international student living with an Australian family in their home. Single or shared rooms are generally available, and costs vary by type of room, but are usually between A$110 and A$270 per week.

B.HOSTEL AND GUEST HOUSE ACCOMMODATION:

Hostel or guest house accommodations, come with shared kitchen and bathroom facilities and would cost approximately A$80-A$135 a week, which tend to be cheaper than other options.

C.RENTAL PROPERTY:

This requires student to share the expense of a rental property with several housemates in a pre-established household, or may set up one with friends which generally cost around A$100-A$400 per week, and shared rental accommodations cost around A$70-A$250 per week. Students need to payment of rent in advance, as well as a security payment, which equals to one month’s rent, paid up front.

D.ON CAMPUS HOUSING:

Some Australian universities facilitate housing through residential colleges, halls of residence, or apartments which are limited and vary in price and availability. Hence, international students should contact their institution prior to their arrival in Australia. Generally, it costs around A$80-A$250 per week.

E. RESIDENTIAL COLLEGES:

Residential colleges facilitate students with accommodation, meals, cleaning, and a range of services for social and academic needs for which they are high-priced.

F. APARTMENTS:

Residential colleges facilitate students with accommodation, meals, cleaning, and a range of services for social and academic needs for which they are high-priced.