How to study in Australia for free: Your Guideline

Pro-tips on how to study in Australia for Free  Imagine being able to study in Australia without worrying about the financial burden. It may seem impossible, but with the right qualifications, guidelines and a bit of luck, you can achieve this dream and study in Australia for free. Don't let the fear of expenses hold you back from pursuing your education. With determination and hard work, you can make your dreams a reality.  So yes, It is possible to study in Australia without spending a single penny, provided you have the right qualifications, guidelines and a bit of luck. Let me explain it to you in detail. In Australia, most universities don't charge international students any application fees, particularly postgraduate research students. You can find a list of 16 universities in Australia that don't require application fees. This is a great opportunity for international students with good academic records to apply to multiple universities, increasing their ch

9 Simple Work and study in Australia student Jobs

  Work and study in Australia Jobs

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Are you planning to study and work in Australia? Then you are in the right spot. Studying in Australia has a lot to offer apart from the prestigious academic opportunities. One of the good things about studying in Australia is the endless jobs opportunity being offered by the countryside hustle in Australia is really enormous and easy to find. As a student, there is much you can do to make a living while studying in Australia, and even save so much extra cash for your
travelling and shopping. There is a variety of jobs for international students from normal face to hustle to online jobs that pay extremely well. In this post, we will be looking at 9 simple work and study in Australia student jobs.

Usually, for a student, your visa permits you to work  40 hrs maximum per fortnight an
d unlimited hours during holidays. The minimum wage in Australia is $740.80 per week which equates to a minimum hourly rate of $19.49.So if you are to work in Australia, this is the minimum you should be receiving as an employee. There is an excessive range of part-time jobs you can do in Australia as a student. The way you acquire some of them might be different per state. However, below we are going to talk about 9 simple side hustles you can do as a student in Australia. Take note, there are more to this list. However, if you are too busy to do regular side hustles like this because of busy study schedules, don't panic!! There are many simple ways to earn money at home in Australia also while studying as an international student.

#1 Home teacher

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This is a home job. Home jobs like this are in high demand in Australia these days. What courses, subjects or languages are you good at ? What are your qualifications or experience as a teacher? As a student yourself, you should be good in your related field of study. Courses like Mathematics, Biology, and Sciences, in general, are highly demanded by home teachers, especially for kids in their early stage of education including high school kids. What is required to take these jobs usually is just your qualifications, skills and experiences. Depending on where you are working, the wage for this job is typical $20- 25 dollars an hour. I got $25 in my experience. The easier way to find such jobs is signing up with Airtasker . You can also find these jobs via IndeedSEEKJora and

#2 Data Entry

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Data entry is a good earning side hustle for a student in Australia. This job involves lots of typing and extreme caution. Formal computer training may be advantageous for this though. This online job demands attention to detail, basic computer literacy and familiarity with various computer programs such as MS Office. It also requires knowledge of grammar and punctuation, and the ability to work to time constraints as you must be a fast typist. This home job is however good, as the working time is usually very flexible. It is easy to find data entry jobs in many Australian search engines such as

#3 Food Delivery/Delivery Man.

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Unlike many other countries, this is a well-paid job for a student in Australia. A part-time job as a food delivery man in Australia will pay you up to $19-$25 dollars an hour. I had a friend who once did this it and he had a really good experience. He worked with Menulog and luckily for him the company was signing up new workers with $200 at that time as a campaign to get more workers and free police background checkups and delivery bags. Sign up here for Menulog if you are interested in delivery with them.
There are many delivery companies in Australia where you can work as a student and save some dollars. The most common ones are uberEats, Menulog etc...

#4 Bars, restaurants, hotels jobs

As an international student in Australia, you can equally get part-time jobs in the hospitality industry. These are high pay student jobs. You can work as a waiter in a restaurant, disher, cook etc or serve beers and drinks in bars, pubs, casinos, hotels etc.. or work as a barista in coffee shops etc. The minimum wage for these jobs is usually from $19 to $32, especially on weekends. However, working in the hospitality industry in Australia requires some Working certificates such as RSA and RGS which are very easy to get, no stress!.

#5 Social Health Care

Another sector or industry that takes in a lot of international students and with good pay is the social health care sector. This involves disability, age and childcare jobs. This is a steadily growing area in Australia and is always in demand for workers. The pay in this sector is also very good. Minimum wages usually range between $20-$32 and even more for night and weekend shifts. However, to work in any of these sectors requires you to do some background check-ups and obtain some minimum Working certificates

#6 Supermarkets

Australia has a lot of big shopping centres and really big supermarkets. Most of these big supermarkets often recruit a lot of international students. It's a nice place to get a part-time job as an international student in Australia. Jobs here range from retail jobs to shop support, distribution jobs etc... I personally never worked here, however, I had a lot of friends who worked here and really profit from some given privileges. Why not give it a try. Plus the pay is pretty awesome also.
The jobs are easy to get and always open. The companies will always advertise these jobs on their websites or common job search engines such as  IndeedSEEKJora

#7 Removalist(Offsider)

A removalist (Offsider) job is also another kind of simple side hustle as an international student in Australia. This job will involve you working with a company or an individual registered removalist (as an offsider) whose main job is engaged in household or business removals. The job will require you to be physically fit as it involves some kind of energy and strength. As a requirement for this job, you need a white card and in some cases a driver's license. The pay is pretty good and ranges between $19-$22  per hour

#8 Construction works

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This is also another well-paid job for an international student studying in Australia. This sector also recruits a lot of internationals in Australia for casual bases or part-time. The requirements are almost similar to the Removalist job as an offsider. You find one easily via  Airtasker. This is a job seeking website. Sign up and give it a try!

#9 Cleaner

This is a very common option also for many international students studying in Australia. The schedules here are very flexible. This can give you a lot of time to catch up with your schoolwork. Also, it doesn't demand lots of requirements or experiences like the previously mentioned jobs. Plus, the pay is pretty awesome also. Depending on the company that signs you up, the minimum wage ranges between $19 to $25.In some cases, this might be higher depending on where you are working, the time of the day and the city. Cleaning jobs are easy to get. Recruitment adverts are usually all over... This is also a common work and study in Australia job for international students having language issues.

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