Study and live in Goldcoast
- Gold Coast Weather
Located in the southeast corner of Queensland, the Gold Coast stretches across 57 kilometres of coastline and is home to around 30,000 university students.
International students love this city because of its pleasant subtropical climate, which lasts from March until November.
During the summer months (December to February), the Gold Coast may get rainy and humid. Overall, the climate on the Gold coast is mild, neither too hot nor cold.
- Top Universities
The Gold Coast is home to several universities heavily investing in research, infrastructure, and providing a world-class education to international students. The top three universities on the Gold Coast are:
- Griffith University - This regional university operates in the Gold Coast Region, Brisbane and Logan. It has around 40,000 students across all its campuses, out of which 10,000 are international students. The Gold Coast Campus of this university is the largest, with more than 18,000 students.
- Bond University - This is a private university on the Gold Coast located in Queensland. The university is known for providing exceptional teaching and student learning support. It is recognised among the top universities for its postgraduate programs and also offers various other courses.
- Southern Cross University - This regional university has two campuses in Queensland and New South Wales. It offers degrees in a wide range of disciplines. Students can choose from various postgraduate and undergraduate courses.
- Friendly People
Residents of the Gold Coast are known for their friendly and warm personalities. They like to go outside because of the beautiful beaches and excellent weather in the city. You can meet new people on campus, have some fun and get settled into university life with the support of your Student's union.
- Cultural Diversity
One of the best parts about living on the Gold Coast is that it offers a multicultural environment. You can try delicious international cuisines and traditional Australian fusion food as well. The Gold coast also hosts a multicultural festival every year that provides a platform to celebrate diverse cultural communities.
- Cheapest City
Living in the Gold Coast is cheaper than in other major Australian cities such as Melbourne and Sydney. It is the second cheapest city in Australia after Adelaide. Tuition fees offer a better value for your money, and you can enjoy a high standard of living without breaking your bank. You can also enjoy great discounts and travel with ease, using connecting trains, buses or ferries.
- Employment and Career Opportunities
Gold Coast offers several casual and part-time work opportunities all year round. It helps students to enhance their skills and knowledge. Students who need some extra money can easily find part-time jobs for themselves.
- The Cost of Studying and Living
From cheap to extremely expensive, there are several study options available on the Gold Coast. For example, Bond University is the most expensive university in the city, but if you are looking for cheaper options, you can consider the other three universities.
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