Brisbane – Australian New World City

With a population of 2.4 million, Brisbane is one of the top 3 most popular study and tourist destinations in Australia. It is also Australia’s fastest-growing capital city. By studying in Brisbane, you will fall for its beautiful weather, comfortable living, and its lively and multicultural lifestyle.

Why Study in Brisbane?

Great weather with 283 days of sunshine per year!

Brisbane has a subtropical climate with the coldest average temperature of 15°C degrees and the warmest average temperature of 26° degrees. This is perfect for outdoor activities all year round.

Safe and Welcoming

Just like its warm weather, people here are also very friendly and hospitable. Without the hustle and bustle of the big cities, Brisbane is known as a safe and welcoming place to live.

Affordable Living

Brisbane has a lower cost of living compared to Melbourne and Sydney from transport and accommodation to food, with no compromise in quality!

Convenient Living

From bus, train to ferries, Brisbane has all the forms of public transport on offer for students to get around. As an international student, you will be able to claim concession fares on each of your trips. This means you can save on transport fares and explore Brisbane more often. Once you commence a full-time course at QAT, we will help you get the application process started!

Diverse and Multicultural

With a quarter of its population born overseas, Brisbane is truly a multi-cultural city. From eastern to western cuisine, you can explore a taste of the world across the city. Brisbane also hosts a great variety of events and activities for our diverse and inclusive community. You can rest assured that the city celebrates your festivals and traditions with you!

Major Tourist Destinations

Queensland has a lot to offer when it comes to tourism. Studying in Brisbane means you can visit some of our favorite places such as the Gold Coast, the Sunshine Coast and Byron Bay, all just a two hours’ drive away. Other places of interest including Australia Zoo, Warner Brother’s Movie World, the Great Barrier Reef, Whitsunday Islands and so many more beaches and islands all situated in Queensland!

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