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Why Study Regional?


♦ Affordable cost of living.
♦ Migration Opportunities
♦ Relaxing Lifestyle
♦ Peaceful Academic Atmosphere
♦ Excellence in education   
♦ Discover the ‘real Australia’
♦ Additional opportunities for migration
♦ Easily accessible transport
♦ Less competitions for Jobs
♦ Higher minimum wages      
♦ Additional Scholarship up to $15000
♦ Additional post study work visa  

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Wollongong


Wollongong is a coastal city in Australia, along Grand Pacific Drive, south of Sydney. The coast line is lined by surfing beaches and rock pools. In the Illawarra mountain range, which frames the area, trailed circle the forests and rugged cliffs of Mt.Keira.

 
Overview

Wollongong is a coastal city in Australia, along Grand Pacific Drive, south of Sydney.The coast line is lined by surfing beaches and rock pools. In the Illawarra mountain range, which frames the area, trail sencircle the forests and rugged cliffs of Mt.Keira.

Lifestyle

Wollongong offers an exceptional atmosphere for learning and living. It's an easy place to live because of its natural setting, temperate climate and limited population. It is, at the same time, well linked to a major city and has high levels of education. It is ranked as the most livable small town in Australia and the best small city for students.There is a moderate, oceanic climate in the area that seldom produces unpleasant weather. The temperature is never lower than zero. A sea breeze holds summer temperatures down

 

It is ranked as the most livable small town in Australia and the best small city for students.There is a moderate, oceanic climate in the area that seldom produces unpleasant weather. The temperature is never lower than zero. A sea breeze holds summer temperatures down

Opportunities here

Moving in the area of Wollongong will open the Gates for the following benefits like:

  • 189,190,194 visa options
  • Regional option gets you additional 5 points, and additional post study work visa.
Cost of Living

Wollongong is a Flourishing in its own and will not take long until it thrives. Here is the Distribution of budget of an average student in the area of wollongong.

  • Rent: $200
  • Food:$100
  • Public transport, Electricity, phone, Internet, Gas :$85
  • Spending Money:$100

 

Total: $485 per week

 

Top Courses

Some of the Top Courses in the Area of Wollongong are as follows:

  • Bachelor of Nursing
  • Bachelor of Primaryu Education
  • Bachelor of Commerce
  • Bachelor of Business
  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Bachelor of Nursing ( South Western Sydney)
  • Bachelor of Communication and Media
  • Bachelor of Exercies Science
  • Bachelor of HEalth and Physical Education
  • Bachelor of Social Science
  • Bachelor of Social Work
  • Bachelor/Master of Teaching
Top Universities

Some of the Top University in the Area of Wollongong are as follows:

  • University of Wollongong

Population

305,000

Job Opportunities

♦ Administrative Assistant 
♦ Medical Administration 
♦ Administrative assistant. 
♦ Construction manager 

Cost of Living

25,583 annually

Top Universities

♦ University of Wollongong 

Top Courses

♦  Arts, Social Sciences & Humanities 
♦ Business & Law 
♦ Engineering & Information Sciences 
 ♦Science, Medicine & Health 

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Newcastle


In the Australian state of New South Wales, Newcastle is a harbor town. The Bathers Way, a coastal walk extending between Nobbys Beach and Merewether Beach, is connected to its rich beaches. The walk offers entry to Bogey Hole, a colonial era ocean bath created by convicts. The 1880s Fort Scratchily, a historic site and a viewpoint for spotting migrating whales, is also on the way.

 
Lifestyle

Newcastle, once a working-class, no-nonsense place, is now a culinary and cultural hot spot that is still host to some of the country's finest beaches.

The relaxed lifestyle, the amazing variety of small businesses, the stunning natural scenery and the lively atmosphere all make for a spot where, while still in your home town, you could feel like you are on vacation.

Opportunities here

Moving in the area of New Castle  will open the Gates for the following benefits like:

  • 494,491 visa options
  • Extra 5 points under Regional Study and an extra year for 485 work visas.
Cost of Living

New Castle is a Flourishing in its own and will not take long until it thrives. Here is the Distribution of budget of an average student in the area of New Castle .

  • Rent: $1,378.70/month
  • Health: $9
  • Food:$100
  • Public transport: $50 per week
  • Leisure: $100
  • Utilities:$20

 

Total: $479 per week

 

Top Courses
  • Some of the Top Courses in the Area of New Castle  are as follows:
  • Accounting
  • Agricultural science
  • Architecture
  • Biomedical engineering
  • Earth sciences
  • Computer science and information technology
  • Psychology
Top Universities

Some of the Top University in the Area of New Castle are as follows:

  • University of New Castle, TAFE

Population

457,192 

Job Opportunities

♦Tourism
♦ Hospitality
♦ Health Services 

Cost of Living

$25,000 per year

Top Universities

♦ University of New Castle, TAFE

Top Courses

♦ Accounting 
♦ Computer Science
♦ Information Technology
♦ Agricultural Science 

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Geelong


After Melbourne, Geelong is the second largest city in Victoria. With a population of approximately 259,000, the City of Greater Geelong is the largest regional city in Victoria and is situated 75 kilometers from the CBD of Melbourne. Corio Bay, the Bellarine Peninsula, the Barwon River, You Yangs Regional Park, wetlands, beautiful parks and wildlife sanctuaries are main natural features of the area. 

 
Lifestyle

It is laid back, but there is always everything you need, a tafe, a great college, good hospitals, great public and private schools, and great beaches to top it all. There are a few great places to get away, such as the Bellerine and the Great Road of the Ocean. You'll love Geelong if you're a laid-back individual or a family person.

The relaxed lifestyle, the amazing variety of small businesses, the stunning natural scenery and the lively atmosphere all make for a spot where, while still in your home town, you could feel like you are on vacation.

Opportunities here

Moving in the area of Geelong will open the Gates for the following benefits like:

  • Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) subclass 491 visa
  • Skilled Independent (Subclass 189) visa
  • Skilled- Nominated visa ( subclass 190) visa

Geelong has a vibrant culture, friendly and supportive individuals, halal food, protection and convenient access to Melbourne and the great coastline along the great ocean path.

International students will get extra 5 points for studying regional area.

 

Cost of Living

Geelong is a Flourishing in its own and will not take long until it thrives. Here is the Distribution of budget of an average student in the area of Geelong.

  • Basic utilities 164.99$

  • Accommodation 1036$ per month

  • Transportation 220$ (regular pass)
Total: $1842 per Month

 

Top Courses

Some of the Top Courses in the Area of Geelong are as follows:

  • Nursing
  • Teaching
  • Engineering
  • VET
Top Universities

Some of the Top University in the Area of Geelong are as follows:

  • The Gordon TAFE
  • Deakin College
  • Deakin University

Population

259,000

Job Opportunities

♦ Healthcare and social assistance
♦  Education and training 
♦  Construction 

Cost of Living

$25,000 per year

Top Universities

♦ Deakin University 

Top Courses

♦ Nursing 
♦ Teaching
♦ Engineering 

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Canberra


Canberra is Australia's capital city. Established as the seat of government for the new country after the union of the colonies of Australia, it is the largest inland city in Australia and the eighth largest city overall. The city is situated 280 km south-west of Sydney and 660 km north-east of Melbourne at the northern end of the Australian Capital Territory.

 
Lifestyle

Canberra is an easy place for living and learning, and is famous for its museums, nightlife, tourism attractions and universities. Different educational institutions and world-class academic centers are also situated here, making it the perfect choice for many international students.

 

The relaxed lifestyle, the amazing variety of small businesses, the stunning natural scenery and the lively atmosphere all make for a spot where, while still in your home town, you could feel like you are on vacation.

Opportunities here

Moving in the area of Canberra will open the Gates for the following benefits like:

  • Regional Provisional visa subclass(491)
  • Skill Nominate Visa Subclass (190)
  • Matrix System
  • With a high quality of living, but lower prices than Sydney or Melbourne, Canberra is an affordable research destination. Your living costs in Canberra can vary according to your preferences, lifestyle decisions and spending habits, much as every other city.
Cost of Living

Canberra is a Flourishing in its own and will not take long until it thrives. Here is the Distribution of budget of an average student in the area of Canberra.

  • Food and Groceries: Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant (23.50$)
  • Public Transport: One-way Ticket (Local Transport) ($5)
  • Entertainment:$40
  • Rent: $1,977.27/month
Total: $404 per week

 

Top Courses

Some of the Top Courses in the Area of Canberra are as follows:

  • Accounting courses
  • Arts  courses
  • Business  courses
  • Communications and Design  courses
  • Creative and Performing Arts  courses
  • Culinary Arts  courses
  • Education  courses
  • Engineering  courses
  •  Health  courses
  • Humanitarian and Disaster Management  courses
  • Humanities and Social Sciences  courses
  • Indenous Knowledges  courses
  • Psycology  courses
  • Public Health  courses
  • Nursing and MIdwifery  courses
  • Trades  courses
  • Tourism and Hospitality  courses
Top Universities

Some of the Top University in the Area of Canberra are as follows:

  • University of Canberra
  • Canberra Institute of Technology
  • Australian National University

Population

420,087 

Job Opportunities

Cost of Living

25,000 per year

Top Universities

♦ Canberra Institute of Technology 
♦ UNSW Canberra
♦ University of Canberra
♦ Australian Catholic University 

Top Courses

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Tasmania


Tasmania is one of the six states of Australia. It is an island state known for its unique wildlife, wilderness, and unspoiled beauty. With its relaxed vibe and lower proportion of international student, one can have an authentic Australian study experience. Moreover, the state’s capital city, Hobart, is considered as a relatively safe place for international students to pursue their studies.

 
Lifestyle

Tasmania is a fantastic place to live and study.

Life in Tasmania is unique and not like anywhere else- it is refreshing, affordable and full of adventure. Tasmania has the cleanest air in the world and is home to some of the safest communities in Australia.

It also embraces diversity and is very rich in history. Port Arthur, one of the most historic sites in Australia, can be found in Tasmania.

The state also offers a lot of activities for students to try on their free time such as diving, mountain biking, sailing, kayaking, and surfing.

Most importantly, Tasmania is recognized as Australia’s most affordable state to study. Apart from that, it boasts its huge farming,
forestry, hydro-electric, mining, and fishery industry that opens

Opportunities here

Moving in the area of Tasmania will open the Gates for the following benefits like:

  • Cost of Living is Lower. Hobart, Tasmania’s capital city, has the lowest cost of living from any major Australian university city
  • Additional Temporary Graduate Visa (485) with an extra one or two years of post study work rights,
  • Hobart- classified as “cities and major regional centres” means international students will be eligible to access an additional one year in Australia on a post-study work visa.
  • Additional opportunities for migration. Being a graduate of a Tasmanian institution, one may be eligible for state- nomination (subclass 190 and 489) in Tasmania’s business and skilled migration program.
  • Priority in visa processing by DHA
Cost of Living

Tasmania is a Flourishing in its own and will not take long until it thrives. Here is the Distribution of budget of an average student in the area of Tasmania.

  • Groceries and eating out: $80-$200 per week
  • Accommodation: $150 $300 per week (single rental)
  • Public Transport: $15-30 per week
  • Entertainment: $60-$150 per week
  • Phone and Internet: $ 20-$55 per week
Total: $325 per week

 

Top Courses

Some of the Top Courses in the Area of Tasmania are as follows:

  • Hospitality
  • Accounting
  • Engineering
  • Architecture
  • Electrician
  • Biotechnology
  • Cookery
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Clinical Psychology
  • Project Management
  • Economics
  • Social Work
  • Healthcare
Top Universities

Some of the Top University in the Area of Tasmania are as follows:

  • University of Tasmania
  • TasTAFE

Population

525, 678 

Job Opportunities

♦ Family Support Worker
♦ Electrical Engineer
♦ Enrolled Nurse
♦ Registered Nurse

Cost of Living

$18, 610 per year

Top Universities

♦  University of Tasmania 
♦  TasTAFE

Top Courses

♦ Bachelor of Nursing
♦ Master of Logistic Management 
♦ Master of Social Work

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Adelaide


Adelaide is the capital city of the state of South Australia. It is one of the most livable cities in the world and is popular for its rich history and culture. It is also considered as the festival capital of Australia.

 
Lifestyle

Adelaide has lower cost of living than other capital cities in Australia such as Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne- making this as an ideal study destination for international students. It is also popularly known as a leading education city as Adelaide houses universities that rank in the top 2% globally. Moreover, it has a wide range of industries that offer part-time work to international students.

The relaxed lifestyle, the amazing variety of small businesses, the stunning natural scenery and the lively atmosphere all make for a spot where, while still in your home town, you could feel like you are on vacation.

Opportunities here

It is 12% more affordable to live than other major cities in Australia and has the lowest average rent in the country.

Graduates of South Australian institution who have completed a higher education or postgraduate qualification and maintained residence in South Australia as a holder of a Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass485) is eligible for an extra year of post study work rights.

Additional points towards the Federal points test for the Skilled Nominated Visa (subclass 190) and the new Skilled Work Regional (Provisional Visa) subclass 491.

Priority application processing with the Department of Home Affairs.

Cost of Living

Adelaide is a Flourishing in its own and will not take long until it thrives. Here is the Distribution of budget of an average student in the area of Adelaide .

  • Food and Groceries: AUD$90-130 per week
  • Public Transport: AUD$20-40 per week
  • Phone and Internet:AUD$15-40 per week
  • Entertainment: AUD$50 per week
  • Rent: $120-380 per week
Total: $380.75 per week

 

Top Courses

Some of the Top Courses in the Area of Adelaide are as follows:

  • Nursing
  • Social Work
  • Engineering
  • Psychology
  • Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Information Technology
  • Law
  • Medicine
  • Veterinary Science
  • Agriculture
Top Universities

Some of the Top University in the Area of Adelaide are as follows:

  • University of Adelaide
  • Torrens University
  • Flinders University
  • University of South Australia
  • TAFE SA

Population

1, 354, 000

Job Opportunities

♦ Registered Nurse
♦ Agricultural Scientist
♦  Biomedical Engineer
♦ Pharmacist

Cost of Living

$15,840 Per Year

Top Universities

♦ University of Adelaide 
♦ Torrens University 
♦  Flinders University

Top Courses

♦ Bachelor of Nursing 
♦ Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) 
♦ Bachelor of Architectural Design

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Goldcoast


The Gold Coast is one of the largest and more appealing cities to live in Australia. The Gold Coast has some of the best beaches and a great night life for students. The rent and living expenses are relatively cheap compared to other major cities. The city also has the largest number of university, vocational and trade courses of any regional city.

 
Lifestyle

Throughout the year, the Gold Coast provides many informal and part-time job options. It allows students to develop their awareness and skills.  

The relaxed lifestyle, the amazing variety of small businesses, the stunning natural scenery and the lively atmosphere all make for a spot where, while still in your home town, you could feel like you are on vacation.

Opportunities here

Moving in the area of Gold coast will open the Gates for the following benefits like:

  • 189,190,194 visa options
  • Regional option gets you additional 5 points, and additional post study work visa.
  • Gold coast is ranked as the #1 for the student cost availability
Cost of Living

Gold coast is a Flourishing in its own and will not take long until it thrives. Here is the Distribution of budget of an average student in the area of Gold coast .

  • Rent: $200
  • Health: $9
  • Food:$100
  • Public transport: $50
  • Leisure: $100
  • Utilities:$20

 

Total: $479 per week

 

Top Courses

Some of the Top Courses in the Area of Gold coast are as follows:

  • Business courses
  • Social Work courses
  • Health Courses
  • Engineering course
  • Environmental Science course
  • Hospitality course
  • Tourism course
  • Management course
  • Leadership and Management course
Top Universities

Some of the Top University in the Area of Gold coast are as follows:

  • Griffith University
  • Tafe Queensland

Population

600,485

Job Opportunities

Cost of Living

$16,000 per year

Top Universities

♦  Bond university
♦  Griffith university 
♦  Southern cross university 

Top Courses

♦  Business and accounting 
♦  Health care 
♦  Information technology  

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Cairns


On the off chance that you are somebody who likes to take in the normal excellence of the world while as yet having the option to appreciate the better things throughout everyday life, Cairns is an incredible spot for you to live. This tropical district offers a casual way of life with promising circumstances for an incredible profession, particularly in friendliness, development and medical services.

 
Lifestyle

Cairns is a tropical gem in North Queensland. If you could ever get bored of spending weekends visiting the beautiful sights on the Great Barrier Reef, you could still just take a quick drive inland to discover ancient rain forests, woven together with winding rivers and great waterfalls that have inspired people since the beginning of human history.

The relaxed lifestyle, the amazing variety of small businesses, the stunning natural scenery and the lively atmosphere all make for a spot where, while still in your home town, you could feel like you are on vacation.

Opportunities here

Moving in the area of Darwin  will open the Gates for the following benefits like:

  • Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) subclass 491 visa
  • Skilled Independent (Subclass 189) visa
  • Skilled- Nominated or Sponsored (Provisional subclass 489) visa
  • Offshore: Skilled- Recognised Graduate(Temporary) Visa subclass 476
  • Onshore: Skilled Regional(Residence) Visa (Subclass 887)
  • Onshore: Skilled- Graduate (Temporary) Visa (Subclass 485)

With tourist being among the largest industries in Cairns, working in hospitality is a sure thing. As it comes to be more popular, profession work for technicians and also building and construction employees is also constantly in demand. Health care employees, supervisors as well as management employees also remain in demand in this area.

Cost of Living

Cairns is a Flourishing in its own and will not take long until it thrives. Here is the Distribution of budget of an average student in the area of Cairns .

  • Food and Groceries: $80
  • Public Transport: $7
  • Entertainment:$40
  • Rent: $185-$227
Total: $354 per week

 

Top Courses

Some of the Top Courses in the Area of Cairns are as follows:

  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honors)
  • Bachelor of Infromation Technology
  • Bachelor of  Education (Primary)
  • Bachelor of  Education (Early childhood)
  • Master of research
  • Diploma of Nursing
  • Bachelor of Social Work
  • Master of Data Science
  • Master of Engineering()
Top Universities

Some of the Top University in the Area of Cairns are as follows:

  • James Cook University
  • CQ University

Population

150,000 People

Job Opportunities

♦ Travel Tourism Jobs

♦ Registered Nurses

♦ Occupational Therapist

Cost of Living

A $16,200 Per Annum 

Top Universities

♦ James Cook University

♦ Central Queensland University

Top Courses

♦ Master of Engineering (Professional)

♦ Master of Social Science

♦ Bachelor of Education (Primary)

♦ Bachelor of Engineering (Honors)

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Darwin


The inspirational nature surrounds Darwin. While exploring breathtaking nature such as deserts, swimming holes and amazing nature, you will be delighted with an all year-round warm environment. Explore the world-famous Uluru National Park, listed as a heritage.

 
Lifestyle

Darwin is a lively, multi-cultural region, home to almost 140,000 people from nearly 60 countries. Darwin also boasts one of Australia's highest employment rates, with many cultural, sporting, entertainment, housing and travel opportunities, making it perfect for students to find a job.

The relaxed lifestyle, the amazing variety of small businesses, the stunning natural scenery and the lively atmosphere all make for a spot where, while still in your home town, you could feel like you are on vacation.

Opportunities here

Moving in the area of Darwin  will open the Gates for the following benefits like:

  • Post Study Work Visa Subclass(485)
  • Regional Provisional visa subclass(491)
  • Darwin is more accessible than Sydney or Melbourne. It is also less crowded, so without all the fuss of crowds and pricey rentals, you will enjoy being in exotic tropical surroundings.
  • Regional option gets you additional 5 points, and additional post study work visa.
Cost of Living

 Darwin is a Flourishing in its own and will not take long until it thrives. Here is the Distribution of budget of an average student in the area of Darwin .

  • Food and Groceries: $80
  • Public Transport: $7
  • Entertainment:$40
  • Rent: $185-$227
Total: $354 per week

 

Top Courses

Some of the Top Courses in the Area of  Darwin are as follows:

  • Accounting courses
  • Arts  courses
  • Business  courses
  • Communications and Design  courses
  • Creative and Performing Arts  courses
  • Culinary Arts  courses
  • Education  courses
  • Engineering  courses
  •  Health  courses
  • Humanitarian and Disaster Management  courses
  • Humanities and Social Sciences  courses
  • Indenous Knowledges  courses
  • Psycology  courses
  • Public Health  courses
  • Nursing and MIdwifery  courses
  • Trades  courses
  • Tourism and Hospitality  courses
Top Universities

Some of the Top University in the Area of Darwin are as follows:

  • Darwin University

Population

140,000 

Job Opportunities

♦ Administration and office Support

♦ Health and Medical Professional

♦ Agriculture, 

Cost of Living

$29,556 annually

Top Universities

♦ Darwin university

Top Courses

♦ Master of Information Technology(Software Engineering)

♦ Bachelor of Nursing

♦ Bachelor of Social work

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Perth


The capital of Western Australia has recently been listed as a local location for migration purposes. It would be a superb choice for someone wanting to examine in a regional are with a city really feel.

 
Lifestyle

Perth is the biggest city in Australia to be identified as a regional area for movement functions. It is a charming river city that is relaxed as well as additionally very fun. The climate in Perth differs substantially, being very warm in the summertime and rather cool in the wintertime.

The relaxed lifestyle, the amazing variety of small businesses, the stunning natural scenery and the lively atmosphere all make for a spot where, while still in your home town, you could feel like you are on vacation.

Opportunities here

Western Australia (WA) is absolutely the authentic Australian experience. The State is well-known for its lengthy days of sunlight, pristine blue skies and also great white beaches. It has additionally gotten global recognition for its record low joblessness price, booming economic climate and also advanced developments in scientific research and also modern technology.

Perth, the resources city of WA, is ranked the world's 4th "most livable city" by The Economist (2008) and was just recently voted as one of the world's "leading 10 future cities" (Lonely World 2006).

The city has a long tradition of welcoming global trainees. In any given year, Perth attracts over 42,000 trainee enrolments from over 140 nations.

Cost of Living

 Perth is a Flourishing in its own and will not take long until it thrives. Here is the Distribution of budget of an average student in the area of perth .

  • Food and Groceries: $80
  • Public Transport: $15
  • Entertainment:$40
  • Rent: $185-$227
Total: $328.75 per week

 

Top Courses

Some of the Top Courses in the Area of Perth are as follows:

  • Accounting courses
  • Arts  courses
  • Business  courses
  • Communications and Design  courses
  • Creative and Performing Arts  courses
  • Culinary Arts  courses
  • Education  courses
  • Engineering  courses
  •  Health  courses
  • Humanitarian and Disaster Management  courses
  • Humanities and Social Sciences  courses
  • Indenous Knowledges  courses
  • Psycology  courses
  • Public Health  courses
  • Nursing and MIdwifery  courses
  • Trades  courses
  • Tourism and Hospitality  courses
Top Universities

Some of the Top University in the Area of perth are as follows:

  • Kaplan Business School
  • TAFE International Western Australia
  • Edith Cowan University

Population

Almost 2 million

Job Opportunities

♦  Hospitality Jobs

♦  Housekeeping jobs

♦  Retail Jobs

Cost of Living

$ 16,000 per Annum

Top Universities

♦ Curtin University of Technology

♦ Edith Cowan University

♦ Murdoch University

♦ University of Western Australia

Top Courses

♦ Marketing Courses

♦ Nursing

♦ Project Management

♦ Travel and Tourism

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