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This FACT indicates the average annual undergraduate tuition fee for domestic students, at each city’s highest ranked university. The data has been taken from the median of the of the average price range. The data is only taken from each city’s highest ranked university. The city with its top university’s tuition fees costing the lowest is Hobart with A$5,000. The most expensive is Sydney, at A$35,000.
Interestingly enough, the numbers do vary considerably between domestic and international students. This could be due to a number of different reasons, such as the different kinds of courses taken by the two groups. Hobart is particularly interesting in this aspect, as international students have average annual undergraduate fees of $19,000, a huge difference! On the other hand, international students in Sydney pay less than their domestic counterpart.
This FACT indicates the number of prisoners per 100,000 persons in Australian states and territories in 2017. The state/territory with the highest imprisonment rate is the Northern Territory with 700 per 100,000 persons; a figure significantly higher than all other states. The state/territory with the lowest imprisonment rate is ACT with 113 per 100,000 people. This is considerably less than the national imprisonment rate of 176 persons per 100,000 people.
These figures raise interesting points of discussion when compared with other demographical and socio-economic statistics including; education levels and cases of alcoholism.
This FACT indicates the number of people with a bachelor’s degree qualification who are female. A bachelor’s degree is typically earned after undertaking 3 to 5 years undergraduate study, although this range can vary depending on the field of study, study load, and of course, the student’s diligence.
This FACT indicates the percentage of the population with both parents born in Australia for each capital city. The city with the most third and higher generation Australians, where first generation refers to naturalised citizens, is Hobart at 66.2 percent. According to the 2016 ABS Census results, the city with the lowest percentage of people with parents born in Australia is Sydney at 33.1 percent. Perth is close behind at 33.8 percent.