Living in Sydney

Sydney is the capital of New South Wales and is the most populated city with about 4.6 million inhabitants. Established in 1788, Sydney is Australia’s oldest city and is the financial and commercial heart of the country. Sydney has been awarded as one of the most livable cities in the world, thanks to its charming bay, the imposing Opera House, the famous Harbour Bridge, Port Jackson (the largest natural harbor in the world), the beautiful beaches to live all year round (including the famous Bondi Beach), the coast is a paradise for surfers, the kilometers of  green parks, mild climate and cosmopolitan culture.


Study in Sydney means to live in a unique, modern and at the same time surrounded by nature. Sydney offers a wide range of training, high quality, including English courses, professional courses and universities and colleges specialized in different sectors, you are spoiled for choice! Most of the schools are located in city center and are easily accessible by public transport. Attending a school will be an opportunity to explore the city, not just the City, the economic heart of the city, but also the oldest neighborhoods in the city, such as The Rocks and Circular Quay.

Natural beauty, culture, fun and perfect weather all year round, make Sydney one of the most requested by students around the world.



This beautiful city is kissed by the sunshine for most of the duration of the year with average maximum temperatures of 26 degrees, ideal conditions for lovers of sports and open door activities.

The climate in Sydney is typically Mediterranean with hot summers and mild winters, with rainfall concentrated in the period between March and June.


What to do

Those who decide to live in Sydney will have the opportunity to choose endless activities and attractions: you can finally discover the thrill of surfing on Australian giant waves, visit the bay by kayak, or arrange a game of golf with your friends, explore the Royal Botanic Garden or visit the famous Sydney Opera House.

While for those who want an alternative weekend away from the city, you can walk the magnificent path from Bondi to Coogee, where you can enjoy the best views of the ocean and finally end the day camping in the wild Cockatoo Island.

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