Costing a degree

Australia is the most expensive country in terms of studying costs


A recent study by HSBC’s Wealth Development department came up with a surprising revelation: Australia is the most costly country in the world in which to study.


HSBC’s cost of studying by country rankings surprisingly reveal Australia to be the most expensive and Germany to be the cheapest

Beating the UK and surprisingly America, the cost of fees and living Down Under calculated by the bank comes to £22,633 per annum. Against Britain’s £17,819, Germany comes in lowest at £4,011 followed by Spain at £4,117.


To beat being what Australians call “in the top paddock” – intellectually inadequate – is plainly in quite a different league in terms of cost.



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