Live in Sydney, Australia’s largest and oldest city with a multicultural population of nearly 4.5 million. As a student, you’ll enjoy a bustling life with easy access to beaches, mountains, and national parks via a well-established public transit system. The University of Sydney is continuously rated in the top 0.3 percent of universities in the world and in the Top 50 of many worldwide rankings! And, the University is ranked #1 for student experience in the entire country. A four-day orientation at the Great Barrier Reef kicks off your program, and your social calendar will be filled as you explore this cosmopolitan city. You’ll quickly become fully immersed in the land of “Oz!”
Get excited about:
- Leading university ranked in the top 0.3 percent worldwide
- World-class facilities, inspirational academics, and dedicated faculty and professors
- Over 2,500 course options available to study abroad students
- Central location in one of the top-rated cities in the world for quality of life
- Opportunities to connect to Australians through the MATES Social Mentoring Program!
- AACSB-Accredited Business School means students can easily take business courses
The gateway to Australia, Sydney is a dynamic and cosmopolitan city that combines culture, history, and beautiful scenery! Sydney is Australia’s largest and oldest city, with a multicultural population of nearly four million. Located along the southeast coast of the Tasman Sea, Sydney has one of the world’s most stunning harbors, with easy-to-reach sandy beaches in every direction. As a student studying in Sydney, you can enjoy some of Australia's most famous sites, such as the Sydney Opera House, Harbor Bridge, Bondi Beach, and the Royal Botanical Gardens.
Are you a sports fan? Don't miss out on one of the many fan-driven sporting events within the city. Food enthusiast? Dine on dishes from all over the world thanks to Sydney's international food scene. Want to take a break from the city and enjoy nature? There are five major national parks around Sydney with 8,000 square kilometers of open space, easily accessible by train.
Visitors to Sydney will agree that the city has a reputation as an international center for commerce, arts, fashion, culture, entertainment, music, education, and tourism. Best of all, Sydney has an enjoyable temperate climate with warm summers and mild winters. It's the perfect place to explore the city or hit the beach! With its wide range of cultural, historical, culinary, and sports opportunities, Sydney, Australia, is the perfect location for your study abroad experience.