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COSTS PER YEAR
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A$18,610

AVERAGE PRIVATE RENT

A$9,600

AVERAGE TUITION FEE PER YEAR

UNDERGRADUATE

A$20,000

POSTGRADUATE

A$12,000

VOCATIONAL

A$9750

CRICOS

Provider code:02035F

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Anonymous, India 5

The best college environment I have been to in Australia

I have been in a few colleges in Brisbane, Australia in the past few years. Never have I recieved the dedicated and concentrated teaching and support from teachers and other staff members of the college. I am enrolled in Cert III, Cert IV and Diploma of Automotive Mechanical. The teacher has a wide rang read full review

I have been in a few colleges in Brisbane, Australia in the past few years. Never have I recieved the dedicated and concentrated teaching and support from teachers and other staff members of the college. I am enrolled in Cert III, Cert IV and Diploma of Automotive Mechanical. The teacher has a wide range of knowledge regarding the subject and provides anecdotes and tips on various aspects of the training and shares his experience and the best way to achieve sucess in any aspect of the course. I am a weak student and they have never had any problem in providing me with detailed information and aid to support me in my studies.This has boosted my knowledge and most importantly, my confidence in going out in the world and engaging in a promising career. The principal and the management are always around for support and information on various aspect of Australian life. This is crucial when a new international student arrives and is overwhelmed with Aussie lifestyle. They provide guidance to ensure that you engage in a fruitful lifestyle. So, to the future prospects, this is my opinion of the college. Defenitely go for it, if you are interested in studies and a family like environment from teachers and management alike. Regards Reji J show less