Melbourne is the second-largest city in Australia, and a destination you cannot miss out. Read this blog post and find out if this is the city you should study in.
Study in Byron Bay
Should I live in Byron Bay?
Where should you live in Byron Bay?
Byron Bay center
However, this will not be your ideal place to live if you are dreaming of tranquility and living surrounded by nature, since the center is quite busy.
There are some pro’s and cons to living in the centre. Living in the centre makes sure you are of walking distance to schools, restaurants, shops and cafes. A big downside to living in the centre is that it can get quiet busy and can be expensive.
The outer suburbs might be the right place to live if you plan on having a car or just looking for a cheaper place. Some close suburbs include Bangalow and Suffolk Park. Bangalow is a 15 minute drive and is more of an inland residential area. Suffolk Park is just a 10 minute drive from Byron bay and is located close restaurants, shops and the beach.
- Because Byron is such a small place. you can never guarantee to finding or getting a job.
- Wages are low and employers will take advantage of job seekers and illegally pay them below the minimum wages.
- Finding a place to live may be harder than other places, there is a large demand for places to rent and especially close to the beaches.
Your study options
The initial step to learning English is through a basic General English program. This is an easy going and dynamic way of learning. This course will lead you through the main 4 elements of the language such as speaking and reading.
Vocational courses (VET) offer students the opportunity to learn occupational skills ranging from Hospitality, Project Management, Business, sports and Fitness, etc., and that usually include work experience.
Australian universities have a great reputation worldwide, so having the opportunity to study higher education in a country like Australia can be a decision that will impact the rest of your professional future.