Gold Coast International College (GIC) located in Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, is a Registered Training Organisation that meets administrative, delivery, staffing, facility, marketing, financial, quality assurance and assessment standards agreed to by Federal, State and Territory Governments in Australia. Teaching and learning at Gold Coast International College (GIC) is specifically designed with international students in mind, to ensure they get a competitive edge. Gold Coast International College (GIC) provides educational services to students from diverse backgrounds and all walks of life. Centrally located International Student Campus has all the advantages of a new generation multi-disciplinary school, with accredited courses and quality assurance. College faculties consist of, Sport and Recreation, Fitness and Business.
The main focus of Gold Coast International College (GIC) is that students succeed in achieving their goals and enter the industry culture equipped with the knowledge, the confidence and the ability to perform at their best.Apply now
College located in the Queensland’s Gold Coast which has more than 50 km of coastline, including many surfing beaches and holiday resorts.
Comfortable sub-tropical climate ideal for outdoor enjoyment all-year round. The Gold Coast averages 245 days of fine and sunny weather each year. The Gold Coast is a fast-growing study destination for similar reasons to why it is Australia’s most popular tourist destination.
The fee for candidates studying in College is the same for both local and international candidates. Fees include tuition and cost for essential learning materials specific to their course for the entire programme. The fee does not include or cover living expenses, which will vary according to individual circumstances and lifestyle.
Australia has a standard of living that is amongst the highest in the world. Students require around $20,290 per year to cover the cost of living expenses. The largest expense is a monthly rent. Compared to studying in major Australian capital cities our regional Queensland campus locations offer cheaper living. International students are also able to work part-time while they study, allowing them to offset their living costs.
|Rent||AU $90 to $440 per week|
|Groceries||AU $80 to AU $280 per week|
|Learning aid||AU $20 to AU $55 per week|
|Transport||AU $95 to AU $210 per week|
The Gold Coast is Australia's sixth largest city, with a population of just under half a million people. Attractions include more than 50 kilometers of beaches, tropical rainforest hinterland and numerous bush walks, theme parks, major shopping centres, markets, vibrant nightlife and other entertainment. Students have the flexibility of choosing the most suitable from several accommodation options available to them. Share accommodation is a popular option for students as it can sometimes offer more flexibility and less responsibility than renting. Renting a property to live alone or share with other flatmates (perhaps other students). Homestays provide an affordable and attractive accommodation option – especially for those searching for short- to medium-term student accommodation. Also, the Gold Coast has many hostels and hotels that offer cheap, short-term accommodation.