Many of the women cite the costs of course fees, increased rent and a rise in the general cost of living for their decision to the "oldest profession".
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A spokeswoman for Top of the Town, another large brothel in the CBD, with about 90 girls on its books, said that girls from all backgrounds were involved.
In their cases I think they've made the decision that they'd want to earn their own money rather than accepting handouts from their parents. Some people may object to it, but it really is very professional.
This does not include tuition fees, which are deferred until after graduation.
Universities stress that they had provisions for students in financial need. A spokeswoman for Monash University said: "Obviously these ladies are adults and are free to make their own choices about what work they want to enter.
However, we do have extensive services for those who are suffering money problems. Any student can visit our financial counsellors, who are available on all campuses.