Stanley College
Stanley College

Airport Reception & Accommodation

Arriving in a new country can be overwhelming. Stanley College recommends that you take advantage of our Airport Reception and Accommodation Placement Service. This will help you to feel safe and welcome from the moment you arrive.

Airport Reception

You will be greeted at the Perth Airport International Terminal by a Stanley College team member, and accompanied to your accommodation destination. To book Airport Reception, please complete the relevant sections in the International Student Application Form or ask admissions for more information.

Accommodation Options

Stanley College can assist students in their search for accommodation such as homestay or shared accommodation. We will ensure that our students have a safe, enjoyable and worthwhile learning experience while living with either a homestay family or in shared accommodation. You will be provided with a fully furnished bedroom with the use of household facilities.

Homestay

While living with a local host family or individual, you will be provided with a clean, furnished bedroom with a bed, desk, wardrobe, chair and a study lamp. You will also have access to bathroom and laundry facilities as well as an option for meal services. The minimum duration for homestay is generally 2 weeks. Homestay is organised by AHN.

Airport Reception Fee Estimated Cost 2021
Placement Fee 2021 $290
Airport reception fee 2021 $130
Costing
Students over 18 years old
PRIVATE ROOM / 2021
$290
PER WEEK

2 meals, Monday to Friday
3 meals, on weekends

SHARED ROOM / 2021
$260
PER WEEK

2 meals, Monday to Friday
3 meals, on weekends

Students Under 18 years old
PRIVATE ROOM / 2021
$325
PER WEEK

3 meals, 7 days per week

SHARED ROOM / 2021
$295
PER WEEK

3 meals, 7 days per week

Notes for prices for your consideration:

  • Package prices include Laundry Facilities, Utilities (e.g. Power/Water) and Internet is included in ALL Homestay packages. You will no longer need to pay this money directly to hosts.
  • Students with special dietary requirements (i.e. Kosher, Halal, Gluten Free, Vegetarian or Vegan meals, etc.) may be charged a fee to cover the additional costs to hosts, contact your local office for further details. Prices are subject to change

Shared accommodation

Sharing with students of different nationalities is a great way to practise your English and make friends. Your accommodation will have common areas where you can socialise with others and embrace your new life in Australia. You will be provided with a fully furnished room close to Perth City with the use of household facilities. You have a choice of a single, twin/double, couple or triple room and the fees includes bills, high speed internet, bed linen and an onsite manager. The minimum duration for share accommodation is generally 4 weeks. Share Accommodation fees are as follows:

Placement Fee 2021 $290
Check-out Cleaning Fee

*Check-out cleaning fee only covers the administration fee on check-out. This fee will be charged every time a guest requests a room or accommodation change and it does not cover guests’ daily cleaning schedule.

$50
Airport reception fee 2021 $130
Studio - Private Room / 2021
$309
per week
Twin Room/ 2021
$199
per week
Campus 4* / 2021
$150
per week
Cluster 6** / 2021
$220
per week

*Accommodation for four (4) students sharing
**Accommodation for six (6) students sharing

Monthly living expenses

Living Expenses Estimated Cost (monthly)
Rent (single room) $550
Food $200
Transport $60
Internet & Mobile $60
Electricity, Water & Gas $60
Entertainment $60
Total $990* monthly

*Excludes course fees and material fees

Individual living expenses may vary depending on the type of accommodation, personal consumption and lifestyle.
The Australian Government Department of Home Affairs recommends $21,041 as a base figure, to cover one year’s expenses for a single person.

Stanley College acknowledges that its campuses are situated on Noongar land. We pay respect to the Wadjuk people, their Elders, past, present and emerging, who remain the spiritual and cultural custodians of the land.