Sydney is the place to be!

Sydney is home to many universities and a large number of high quality private higher education, vocational and English colleges.

Sydney is home to the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS), University of Sydney, University of New South Wales, Macquarie University, Australian Catholic University, Western Sydney University and a large number of high quality private higher education, vocational and English colleges. Sydney is one of Australia’s most popular destinations for higher education international students.

The city is home to many government institutions as well as world-renowned private colleges delivering skills training in key areas.The region is renowned for its local industries, especially in Financial and Insurance Services, and Property & Business Services.


– Below are the top 10 reasons why to study in Sydney –

 1.) Perfect weather

Many international students want to study in Sydney because of the great weather. You can do countless outdoor activities that include riding a bicycle, exploring the city centre, learning to surf in Manly or Bondi Beach and a lot more.

As a student, you don’t need to spend too much time inside an air-conditioned room as there are plenty of things to do under the sun.

 

2.) Globally recognised qualifications and courses


The courses in Australia are under the strict supervision of the Australian government. They are of a high international standard as they are constantly monitored. Most Australian degrees are worldwide recognized.

 

3.) Unity in Diversity

As a global talent hub, Sydney is the melting of different cultures. The city is home to people from different backgrounds.

 It has been estimated that there are now more than 35,000 international students studying at local universities in Sydney.

 

 

Easily Available Public transportation


The public transport system in Sydney makes it easy and convenient for students to get around the suburbs, city centre and other neighbouring areas like Newcastle or the Blue Mountains. This also includes buses, ferries, trains, and trams.

However, you need to have the City’s Opal card when travelling with public transport.

 

Valuable resources and Assistance

As an international student, you are not restricted to ask for help from universities.

 The non-government organisations, charitable organisations, and the local government of New South Wales provides valuable resources and assistance in various issues such as studies, work, sports, health and more.

 

 

Quality Education and excellent job opportunities

 

In the QS University ranking in 2019, two Sydney universities were ranked
among the top 50 universities globally. Those are University of Sydney and The University of New South Wales.
In Australia, The University of Sydney ranked 5th in the world for graduate employability and one of the top universities for researches. 

 

 

Events & festivals

 

Be it small or a big event, sporting or musical one, there is always something happening in Sydney. There are even free events that provide opportunities for international students to make new friends.

As a multicultural city, the city celebrates festivals from Egypt, India, Brazil, Armenian, Greek, Japan and other global countries. Sydney offers a great chance for everyone to enjoy the global culture.

 

 

Job opportunities

 

If you are looking for work while studying in Australia, Sydney has got you covered. The city offers lots of job opportunities for international students.

As an employee, you will receive several benefits like flexible working conditions, professional development courses and competitive salaries.

 

 

Eating out in Sydney

As home to a large number of nationalities, Sydney offers almost every international food that you can think about. You should have no issues locating your country’s favourite food from back home.

 

Some other popular places where you can enjoy delicious international foods are the Haymarket in Sydney’s Chinatown and Liverpool Street in the CBD that houses the Spanish Quarter.

 

 

Quality of life

 

According to Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), Sydney has been listed among the top most liveable cities in the world. International students can enjoy a high-quality life while studying and working in the city.