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Our student accommodation is located in the most vibrant, exciting part of Sydney boosting a great many facilities.

Welcome

Sydney is an incredible city to stay with so much to see and an enjoyable student lifestyle. It’s only a short trip to the some of Sydneys most iconic beaches too!

With public transport at your door and all the accommodation options and facilities you need for your stay, we offer an affordable and easy way to make your stay in Sydney an enjoyable one.

Affordable Student Accommodation Sydney has all the facilities you need - it's hassle free, secure living in the one of the most fun and exciting areas of Sydney with a great support network.

Close by to Sydney University and the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) with buses to University of New South Wales (UNSW).

...and we are only a short bus ride to Sydney's Chinatown and CBD.

Our team are here to help you settle into student life in Australia. We can offer plenty of useful advice and can answer any questions, such as where the local supermarket is or how to find the nearest train station.

If you have any questions on studying or living in Australia, feel free to get in touch!

International Students Studying in Australia

Australia is home to many prestigious universities, with seven of the top 100 universities in the world. That’s also the reason we are the third most popular place to study after the United Kingdom and United States. Universities in Australia have two semesters and offer the option of shorter summer courses over the end of year break from December to February.

You can find good overview information about Study in Australia at www.studyinaustralia.gov.au

Visas – Requirements, Working and Health Care

Visa Options & Requirements

The Australian Government offers several visas to international students, depending on your study situation. Student visas currently available include Vocational Educational and Training, Higher Education and Postgraduate Research; offered over a longer period of time. You can also apply for shorter periods of study, such as a Visitor Visa with a maximum of 3 months or a Working Holiday Visa where you can study for a maximum of four months.

You will need to meet several requirements to study in Australia. You wil need the an equivalent Year 12 Secondary Certificate or apply as a mature age student. You will also be required to have the money to pay for your return airflights, the cost of your course and your living expenses while you’re studying in Australia.

Depending on the university and course you’re applying for, you may be required to sit for an English language test, complete prerequisite subjects or work experience related to the area of your study.

Working on your Visa

Most student visas allow you to work while studying in Australia for casual or part time work. You cannot start working until your course has started and can only work for a maximum of 40 hours every fortnight.

You can find out more about visa requirements at the Australian Federal Student resource: www.studyinaustralia.gov.au

A detailed of breakdown of visas available at the Department of Immigration: www.immi.gov.au

Healthcare

It’s a requirement of your Visa to have health care while studying in Australia, so you’ll be covered in the case of an accident! Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) provides you with medical care and hospital cover and is available for up to five years for monthly payments from a number of different providers.

You can find more information at the scheme at: www.immi.gov.au/students/health-insurance.htm