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The Education Destination : Australia The Education Destination 2012
>AustrAliAn EducAtion 2012 47 internAtionAl students >AccommodAtion Above: International students can choose from a range of accommodation options to meet their needs. Your home-away-from-home International students can choose accommodation to suit their personal and study needs from on-campus colleges to a rented house to homestay with an Australian family. When you’re studying in Australia, you need to feel ‘at home’. This means choosing the right accommodation for your personal and study needs. Australia has a wide range of accommodation options for students of all ages. AccommodAtion AssistAnce Your institution will help you find the right place to live. Each tertiary institution has an accommodation office to assist students. Vocational institutes, colleges and schools all have dedicated support for international students and can organise homestay or provide information on other accommodation options. You may need temporary accommodation for the first week in Australia. There are lots of hostels, hotels and short-term options for all budgets. on-cAmpus AccommodAtion For tertiary students, on-campus accommodation is available at most universities and some vocational institutes. The residences will be on campus or very close to the university grounds. Campus accommodation varies from a room in a college to an individual apartment for a postgraduate student and family.
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