Study in NSW
New South Wales (NSW) is a great place to study. Sydney has one of the largest international student populations in the world and consistently tops student lifestyle surveys, ranked as the fourth most popular city in the world amongst international students in the 2015 QS Best Student Cities index. Newcastle and Wollongong are both home to first-class universities and are renowned for the diversity of their international student populations.
NSW has a range of study options, with a choice of world-class higher education, vocational education and english language courses. NSW offers internationally-recognised qualifications, as well as professional and experienced lecturers and teachers, and students have access to first-rate facilities and resources.
To find out more about studying in NSW, visit StudyNSW.
English Language Courses
From short courses to ELICOS (English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students), NSW offers internationally-recognised English language training at both universities and private colleges. Courses are available for all levels of English. Successful completion of accredited english courses may be required for entry into higher-level study in NSW.
Higher Education Courses
Study at one of NSW’s quality universities or private higher education providers and enjoy world-class education, facilities and support. NSW universities and private higher education providers offer degrees from bachelor level through to graduate diplomas and masters courses, with a reputation for high quality research and teaching and a culturally diverse student body.
NSW’s public Technical and Further Education (TAFE) and private Vocational Education and Training (VET) providers offer the very best in practical education, focused on hands-on learning and getting job ready. VET courses range from certificates, which provide introductory training and skills, to diploma courses from 1-2 years in duration. Some VET courses can act as the first steps towards a degree.