Hi Mongolians! You know that not everyone is capable of paying in full for the long term studies at the Australian education providers, even Australians themselves.
Then what should we do now? Here are some options that may save you a lot and help you to apply for a student visa within your tight budget.
Undergraduate: If you need the 3-4 year full-time bachelor degree -> Choose Pre-University level programs (1 year or 2 years), which will lead you to complete your bachelor degree later (for 2 more years of studies).
Sample calculation: You have to have at least 36000$ handy (only half of your expenses) before you apply for a bachelor student visa
However, you’ll only need 25000$ to cover all the costs, including course fee and living expenses if you choose the method, advised above.
Later you can step ahead and you’ll be comfortable with extending your visa for your continuous studies.
Studying for 1800-2200aud – Per semester (6 months)
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Postgraduate: Go for a graduate certificate, graduate diploma, which are the pre-requisite of the master degree. You’ll need less money than a full degree. Find something similar:
Graduate Certificate Program + 3 courses = Graduate Diploma Program
Graduate Diploma Program + 6 courses = Master Degree Program
Or you may consider below:
If you are qualified and are considering short-term courses to become familiar with the Australian educational system and to make further decision to look forward doing postgraduate degree or working in your field in Australia then CHECK THIS OUT! You can’t obtain a student visa for under 3 months of studies, however, you can get a short-stay tourist visa within 2 weeks. Once you are back, there will be no problem to get the second visa next time.
More on: http://www.shortcourses.uts.edu.au/pub/calendar.php from 700AU$
This is very affordable and is under 3 months, so you’ll need from 3500$ to 5000$ to cover all flight, tuition and the rest of the expenses.
See, how easy it is. Hunt for this type of info and you’ll see millions of them.
Or get some advices from fellow Mongolian students. firstname.lastname@example.org
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