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Study in Sydney and NSW



Schools in Sydney and New South Wales are renowned worldwide for having high a quality curriculum and innovative teaching. Computer technology, Internet, digital and multimedia materials are a part of everyday activities so students develop as creative and independent learners.


International students learn together with Australian students in safe, friendly, multicultural classrooms. Students are encouraged to participate and develop personal skills and confidence.


Teachers in New South Wales are highly qualified, university-trained professionals.


Subjects being offered are English, mathematics, science, history, geography, visual and performing arts, technology, languages and physical education. Specialist teachers teach English as a Second Language for international students.


There are pastoral care teams with dedicated curriculum coordinators as well as counsellors and careers advisers to look after the well-being of each student in all the schools




Australian universities have a high regard internationally and are ranked among the top universities in the world. Sydney and nearby regions offer a variety of options for international students.


Sydney and surrounding regions attract students from all corners of the globe. All universities offer a wide range of courses with degrees in the Sciences, Arts, Business Studies and Humanities. Further than this, each university has specialisations and strengths, which make it unique. These may comprise courses in Medicine, Nursing and related health areas, Engineering, Computer Studies, Law, Education, Sport and Exercise Science, Behaviour and Social Sciences, Tourism and Hospitality, Psychology, Dentistry, Management, Agriculture, Viticulture and Veterinary Science.


All universities places a very high level of importance on research, which ensures that the courses on offer are at the leading edge of knowledge, and are constantly being updated to reflect new developments. Many Australian researchers are trailblazers in their fields, and include in their number several Nobel Laureates, and Fellows of the Royal Society. Australian PhD degrees have an outstandingly high reputation internationally, and most universities will provide opportunities for international graduates to apply for PhD places.


All universities offer Bachelors, Masters and PhD degrees. There are also many universities that offer professional Doctorates and other Graduate Diplomas.


Learning English


There are many reasons why someone will want to study the English language. Some may be looking to improve their English for work or career purposes, others may have a personal interest or because they have it in mind to travel or because they must reach specified English entry standards.


Irrespective of the cause for learning English, colleges in Sydney and New South Wales offer programs to help students in achieving their goals.


There are privately owned and government owned English language colleges. These can be specialist colleges or a part of a high school, Technical and Further Education (TAFE) institute, private vocational provider or a university. Colleges can be small boutique institutions or large international providers.


Vocational education and training


Technical and further education graduates expand practical workplace skills and academic qualifications to progress directly into a career or to gain credit transfer to an Australian university.


Intensive English programs and university preparation courses increase competency for tertiary studies.


Certificate to advanced diploma level, and diploma-to-degree courses cover subjects such as:


In Sydney and New South Wales, government Technical and Further Education (TAFE) institutes as well as non-government colleges provides vocational courses. Government to ensure the quality of curriculum, staff and teaching practices carefully monitors these institutions.


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