Sydney is the most populated city in Australia and has a rich multicultural environment. The Australian city is a great study abroad destination, offering high standard education programmes. More than 50,000 international students come to Sydney each year and it is considered one of the best student cities in the world. Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales and has a population of around 4.5 million inhabitants. Known as the Harbour City, Sydney hosts one of the most iconic buildings on the planet, the Sydney Opera House.
Banking and insurance are the major industries that contribute to Sydney’s growing economy. Other important sectors with high employability rate are telecommunications, information technology, professional services, constructions and real estate.
There are many worldwide famous Australian companies based in Sydney or multinational companies with local offices, like: Woolworths, Westpac, Qantas, Fairfax Media, the Commonwealth Bank, Optus, Macquarie Group, David Jones, Pfizer, Boeing, Merck & Co, Rolls-Royce, Intel, Cisco Systems, American Express, Yahoo, IBM, Philips, and Vodafone.
Sydney is the kind of city where you always find something to do, discover new places to visit or enjoy dinner and drink in a nice restaurant or pub. From its many attractive and interesting places to see, the most popular objectives are: the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Watsons Bay, The Rocks, Sydney Tower, Darling Harbour, the Royal National Park, the Australian Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Queen Victoria Building, Taronga Zoo, Bondi Beach, the Blue Mountains, Sydney Olympic Park, and the Aquarium.
You can enjoy free entries at the Art Gallery of New South Wales and the Royal Botanic Gardens. The Stables Theatre, in Kings Cross area, hosts what is called “pay-what-you-can Mondays” events, where you can watch a play and the cost of a ticket is literally how much you want to pay for it.
Sydney also has a vibrant night life and numerous music and concerts events take place. In Sydney, you can choose which kind of bar you think suits you best. Typically, they are divided as: wine bars, cocktail bars, sports bars or rooftop bars.
Any trip to Sydney is not complete without admiring and exploring its unique nature and wildlife. There are places where you can closely watch koala bears and have access to wild populations of kangaroos.
Regarding transport, there is a free shuttle bus that runs from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm from Monday to Friday and from 9:30 am to 6 pm on weekends.
As one of the most cosmopolitan cities on the planet, Sydney is home to various ethnic communities – one third of its population is born overseas. There are many chances for you to interact with a number of people from different countries, as large resident populations who live in Sydney come from Greece, Hong Kong, South Korea, Philippines or India. The city is a major financial centre with business services in various industries, providing an ideal setting for international business relations.
In Sydney, you will experience a humid subtropical climate. Summers are mostly warm, although sometimes it could get even hot. Winters are mild, and there are rainfalls throughout the whole year, so most times you’ll have to carry an umbrella with you.
Macquarie is bold and innovative. Unconstrained by tradition, we take a pioneering approach to research. Such an approach is largely responsible for our enviable reputation for research excellence – 100 per cent of our research is ranked at world standard or above and more than 100 of our researchers are ranked in the top one per cent of researchers in the world.
Built on the principles of equity, excellence and engagement, the University of Newcastle has a reputation as a world-class institution making an impact within its own region, throughout Australia and across the globe. Our research is world-class and diverse. Our degree programs are internationally recognised and our partnerships and collaborations drive innovation.
Torrens is a private university and is part of Laureate International Universities, the leading global network of 70 accredited universities and higher education institutions with over 1 million students worldwide. Torrens offers courses through its Vertical structure in 5 fields of study being Business, Design, Health, Hospitality and Education.
In just 40 years, UOW has become a benchmark for Australia’s new generation of universities; dynamic, innovative and prominent in national and international rankings for the quality of our teaching and research. Universities are key to the national innovation agenda and share an obligation to be at the forefront of contemporary policies and society.
In just 26 years, CQUniversity is emerging as one of Australia’s truly great universities. We have over 20 locations across Australia, including 14 campuses and growing for international students. Our award-winning academic staff, tailored subject areas, social innovation and high-quality research are making an impact on the communities we serve and those around the globe. We are proud of our achievements and will continue to build on these prestigious highlights.
Kaplan Business School is a specialist provider of globally recognised higher education degrees with undergraduate and postgraduate courses in accounting, business, management, hospitality and tourism, and marketing.
Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School, BMIHMS, is Australia’s leading hotel school for hospitality education. We provide internationally recognised hospitality and business degree courses that are highly respected within the global hotel, restaurant, catering and event management industries.
The International Career Institute (ICI) provides a learning schedule that suits you. ICI allows you to study at home or at work and achieve success in getting the job you want, the promotion you seek or the business that you aspire to establish without leaving your front door!
When it comes to employers being happy with graduates they’ve hired, no other university in NSW ranks as highly as Western Sydney University. So, if you want a degree that has you armed with the skills and knowledge needed to be job ready and to have a thriving career, then come to Western. You’ll be happy you did. So, will your future employer.
We make lives better by producing leaders of society and equipping our people with leadership qualities so they can serve our communities at every level.
In a world of mass production, ACU stands for meaningful education, rewarding research, and life-changing community engagement.
S P Jain School of Global Management (SP Jain) is an Australian technology-led business school with campuses in Dubai, Singapore, Sydney and Mumbai. Our students get to live and study in three different cities - Singapore (or Mumbai), Sydney and Dubai. For the 5th year in a row now, S P Jain’s Global MBA program has been ranked in the TOP 20 best 1-year international MBAs according to Forbes.
Southern Cross University is a progressive, young and connected regional research university, with vibrant campuses in northern New South Wales and the southern Gold Coast.
Curtin University is Western Australia’s largest and most culturally diverse university with Australia’s third largest international student population. Their campuses are vibrant, welcoming spaces that value diversity and difference, emphasise industry connections and practical learning, have a strong commitment to social justice, and foster a forward-thinking culture for the students.
Charles Sturt University is improving economic and social wellbeing and creating sustainable ecosystems for future generations .As Australia's leading regional university, we also promote social justice and human rights for Indigenous Australians. We do this both within our regions and across Australia.
CSU Study Centres' are located in the heart of two of Australia's most exciting state capitals - Sydney and Melbourne.
Being a dual-sector university means that our students can easily pathway from vocational education to higher education - such as from a certificate or diploma course through to an undergraduate degree or even a postgraduate qualification by coursework or research.