Australia is an affordable and friendly place to study
It also offers a combination of quality education and high living standards. The cost of living in South East Queensland, where our five Griffith University campuses are located, is considered more affordable than other major Australian cities such as Sydney and Melbourne.
Tuition fees for your chosen program plus any requirements such as textbooks or special equipment
Overseas Student Health Cover is required for the duration of your student visa
English language course
Course fees if you need to improve your English level
For travel between Australia and your home country plus travel insurance
Cost of living
Accommodation, transport, groceries, entertainment, clothing, phone calls
Cost of living
POSSIBLE LIVING EXPENSES
- Groceries and eating out: $80 to $280 per week
- Gas, electricity: $20 to $50 per week
- Phone and Internet: $20 to $55 per week
- Public transport: $20 to $55 per week
- Car (after purchase): $150 to $260 per week
- Entertainment: $80 to $150 per week
- On-campus accommodation: $166 to $208 per week
- Off-campus accommodation: $160 to $450 per week
- Homestay: $190 to $280 per week
The information above is based on 2019 costs. Please be advised it is an estimate only and individual differences mean prices will vary. The above costs do not include: security deposit, textbooks, clothing and medical expenses.
At a glance
Fast food meal
Pint of beer
Monthly gym membership
Bringing your family to Australia
Ensure you have the funds to support your family financially if you are bringing them to Australia.
Working part-time can help complement your study and living experience. As an international student, you can work up to 40 hours per fortnight, subject to visa restrictions.
Scholarships and finance
Griffith offers an exciting range of scholarships to support international students with study and living costs. We also support more than 250 sponsored students from around the globe and assist with financial aid options and student loans.
View the exchange rate between the Australian dollar and your local currency.