- International Students
- Empyrean Course Prospectus 2017
- Fees and Promotions
- Intake Date
- How to Apply – Admission Process
- International Student Enrolment Application Form
- About English Requirement
- About Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)
- About Student Visa
- About USI (Unique Study Identifier)
- Student Responsibilities
- About Student Accommodation
- Work While Studying
- Study and Live in Fremantle
- Domestic Students
Work While Studying
According to the condition of student visa, International students can generally work up to 40 hours per fortnight during school terms and full time during school breaks.
The wages you earn while studying will assist with your living expenses but will not be enough to cover the cost of tuition and living while studying in Australia.
Why Study in Australia
Some 14 miles to the north of Fremantle is the city of Perth, a city of one and a half million people in the most isolated city in the world but also city which like Fremantle is relaxed yet vibrant. Perth is the capital city of the State of Western Australia. It has been voted one of the World’s most liveable cities! Perth City is on the banks of the Swan River and is home to the magnificent Kings Park and the botanical gardens.
It has a warm, dry, sunny climate with most of the annual rain falling between May and September. It has the highest number of average daily sunshine hours of any major Australian city. There is little humidity and pollution levels are generally low.
Perth boasts 60 km of pristine coastline, home to some of Australia’s best beaches with warm waters. Perth is set on the meandering Swan River, providing a stunning foreshore right on the edge of the CBD. As you can imagine, Perth is a dream for those who love water sports and other sports are also well catered for. Along with natural beauty, Perth is home to a number of natural settings and tourist attractions:
- Perth Mint
- Swan Bells Tower
- The Art Gallery of Western Australia & Western Australian Museum
- Vibrant night life in Northbridge, Leederville and Mount Lawley
- Markets in Subiaco and Fremantle
- Iconic Cottesloe and Scarborough Beach
- Kings Park and the Botanic Gardens
Perth City is also home to the Perth Cultural centre which house the Museum and ballet and opera companies. Perth city is home to some of the largest corporations in the world predominantly large resource miners such as Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton and Woodside Petroleum. Mining and exploration is big business in Western Australia and iron ore, coal and oil are exported all over the world.