S P Jain School of Global Management
Sydney Olympic Park, New South Wales, Australia
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Western Australia has a strong economy. It is a resource-rich growth state with low unemployment, providing the opportunity for industry work experience and part-time work while you study. Perth is one of Australia's most exciting cities, offering a dynamic mix of nightlife, restaurants, and cultural experiences, as well as clear blue skies, white beaches and beautiful parklands and gardens. Western Australia can offer you amazing travel experiences and adventures of a lifetime. From the northern red desert to the southern green forests and sparkling turquoise waters of the Indian and Southern Oceans
ETI head office is situated right in the middle of Perth at 123, Adelaide Terrace, East Perth.
Education and Training International is unable to offer students on-campus accommodation within the city of Perth. We do have on-campus accommodation at some of our regional campuses including Albany, Geraldton and Bunbury. For students studying in Perth it is recommended that they initially book temporary hotel or hostel accommodation for their first week. There are many inexpensive hostels located across Perth. To find out more details on the locations, costs and facilities of these hostels please visit here.
During their first week in Perth the student can meet with the International Student Counsellor at their college and that person will assist them with identifying a suitable apartment or house located in one of the suburbs near their college. Because we have hundreds of students arriving at the start of each semester it is common for several students to choose to share an apartment together. Alternatively students can visit the Real Estate Institute of WA which lists the details of all the rental accommodation that is available in each suburb.
A typical three bedroom apartment or house in Perth is currently renting at $A350 per week which equates to roughly $A120 per student per week in rent. Students are also normally required to pay one months rent in advance as a refundable bond. Students also need to budget for electricity, gas and phone costs.