Live and Study in Australia

International study means a whole new experience of education, and often a whole new way of living, moving around and even communicating! Western Australia has a relaxed way of life and we welcome people from all over the world to Perth every day, so we have many resources available to help you learn more about our city and adjust to living here.

Perth is a city of growth, success and possibilities. The benefits of the resources boom of the last decade have flowed into every part of our lives, from education to transport, and tens of thousands of people have come to see the natural beauty of Western Australia and enjoy its year-round sunshine. The new international airport, Elizabeth Quay on the city's riverfront, Perth Stadium and the new museum, the expanding city rail network and the exciting beach-front developments are shaping Perth into Australia’s premier western gateway for tourism and investment.

Where bright futures begin: international education in Perth, Western Australia

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Accommodation for international students is as varied as the requirements of the students themselves! Perth has many options available that would suit your study program.

An approximate guide to accommodation costs in Perth are below:

Hostels and Guesthouses A$80 to A$135 per week
Shared Rental A$70 to A$250 per week
Homestay A$110 to A$270 per week
Rental A$100 to A$400 per week

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A full-time, highly experienced, campus based Learning Support Officer (LSO) will be available to provide guidance and support to all students throughout their course.

An On-Campus Lecturer will also be available to students during classroom contact hours and after class via email, phone, SKYPE and face-to-face meetings during campus hours.

EIT provides the following support services to assist students

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This guide is for international students who are about to travel to Australia and commence their engineering studies with EIT. We have included important information about what to do before you leave home to prepare yourself for living and studying in Australia. You will find information on arranging visas, what to bring, accommodation, employment, cultural adjustments, health and much more.

 

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The Handbook is the official source of information about on campus study, and includes information on the Courses, Tutorials and Lectures, IT requirements, Accreditation & Certification and Assessment information.

 

Please click here to access the handbook. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EIT has two main campus buildings, one located in Perth, Western Australia and one in Melbourne, Victoria. Students can study our four Bachelor of Science degrees and our Master of Engineering (Industrial Automation) at our Perth campus. They can also study our Master of Engineering (Industrial Automation) at our Melbourne campus.

Both campuses are located close to the heart of the city and are serviced by

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The first week of each semester is "Student Orientation Week" and further details of this and the activities available will be released to students after confirmed course enrolment.

Orientation programs include information on EIT policies and expectations, the operation of the learning infrastructure, welcomes the students to the course and responds to any questions the students might have.

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EIT values diversity and individual values. We pride ourselves on being multicultural and welcome anyone who wants to advance their career or studies. We are excited to welcome you into one of the only Private Higher Education Providers of Engineering in the world!   

 


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