Australia’s oldest and largest city, Sydney is a true global hub and one of Australia’s most popular tourist destinations. Sydney Harbour, with the iconic Opera House and Harbour Bridge, is a spectacular sight. It’s also the nation’s financial capital with a large presence from global business leaders, especially from Asia. It’s ideal to study hospitality courses in Sydney.
- A creative and professional teaching environment, bathed in the grandeur of a luxury hotel
- Located in the heart of the CBD
- Proximity to over 170 hotels (including 31 rated 5-star) within a 5km radius for ample job opportunities
- Convenient access via rail, light rail, ferry and bus
- Access to a state-of-the-art learning hub
- Close to prominent Sydney landmarks and tourist hubs
Come and see the campus
We offer guided campus tours and regular information sessions for prospective students. Contact us to arrange a time to see The Hotel School Sydney campus.
Living in Sydney
Sydney’s unique city character combines beaches, harbour and inland locations and presents a multicultural and diverse population. Sydney is a popular tourist destination due to its many landmarks like the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House, as well as historic city centre. Inner city neighbourhoods and outer suburbs showcase a variety of population, food and lifestyle to suit all.
Events and activities
Complete with a rich cultural calendar, Sydneysiders enjoy a cosmopolitan outdoor lifestyle with sport, swimming and surfing common pursuits.
What’s the climate like?
Sydney enjoys a mild subtropical climate where sunshine is a regular meteorological fixture.
What’s the cost of living in Sydney?
Sydney living costs are slightly above the national average but the standard of living is high.
Finding part-time employment
Studying tourism and hospitality courses in Sydney is perfect as there are many opportunities in these industries. Jobs are often posted via the SCU Student Login.
There are numerous living arrangements suitable for students of The Hotel School Sydney.
Getting around Sydney
Sydney is serviced by trains, buses, ferries and light rail in addition to taxis and rideshare services. Cycling is common and Sydney is seen as a very walkable city.