The cost of raising a child is getting higher. A 2016 Suncorp report found the average cost is $297,600 from birth to 17 years – which as Mamamia noted is the cost of a brand new Ferrari. Ouch.
When the 2019 Planning for Education Index was released in January, there was a flurry of media coverage across the country. The report detailed the estimated cost for educating a child born in 2019, with the intention of preparing parents not only for the projected expense of tuition but all the other ‘little’ things that hit the wallet, such as
Sydney’s private school parents are coughing up to 72 per cent more to put their kids through secondary schooling than a decade ago, according to The Good Schools Guide’s latest data.
The huge cost of sending your child through 13 years of school has been revealed, with a surprising city as the most expensive.
A Catholic school education in Adelaide is more expensive than in any other Australian city, the Australian Scholarship Group says.
Brisbane parents spend more to send their children to government-run schools than any other Australian capital.
An Australian universities rating has ranked the best and worst universities for a number of student experience and outcome measures.
On Saturday, the main western thoroughfare out of the CBD will become a sea of prospective students, as three universities and Sydney TAFE vie for business at their annual open days.