Studying in Sydney
Sydney is a vibrant and accessible city waiting to be explored. Home to iconic landmarks, stretches of ocean and a renowned café culture, its laidback lifestyle begs to be enjoyed. Drawing its population from more than 200 countries, Sydney offers a broad mix of cultural experiences, tied up in food, music, arts, festivals and exhibitions. There’s always something to discover.
University campuses in Sydney
From what they offer to what they look like, get a feel for our Sydney campuses before you walk through the door.
Why study in Sydney
Enjoy a mild climate
Sydney offers hot, sunny summers and mild winters, letting you can make the most of the surrounding natural beauty all year round.
Study in safety
Sydney was rated in top five world's cities for urban safety by The Economist's 2021 Safe Cities Index so you can feel safe in our city.
Enjoy the diversity
More than 200 nationalities live in Sydney, so you can find home comforts or explore new cultures.
As the country’s main hub, Sydney is well-connected to rest of Australia and the world, making it easy for you to explore the country while you study.
Things to do in Sydney
Make the most out of Sydney by getting out and about. It is full of fun things to do that don’t cost a cent, so you can enjoy everything the city has to offer while you study here.
Culture lovers will enjoy the range of world-class galleries and museums. The Art Gallery of New South Wales and the Museum of Contemporary Art are both found down near Sydney Harbour and offer an ever-changing rotation of exhibitions for free.
If you’d rather be outdoors, you can stroll through the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney to learn about native Australian flora and fauna or visit iconic Bondi Beach for a swim or surfing lesson.
Student lifestyle in Sydney
If you want to study in NSW, Sydney offers a wonderful quality of life for international students. It’s safe and friendly, with good access to nature to balance the cultural offerings. While it can be expensive, it’s easy to find ways to entertain yourself on a budget, and there are plenty of employment opportunities.
In Sydney, you'll experience hot, sunny summers with average temperatures of 19°C to 26°C, and mild winters with average temperatures of 9°C to 17°C. This means you can enjoy a year-round outdoor lifestyle if you like.
As one of the most central universities in Sydney, our campuses let you easily make the most of living in this fantastic city.