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There are few better places to study and work than Australia, which enjoys one of the highest living standards in the world. Sydney is a geographically stunning, friendly and cosmopolitan city that people from all over the world call home. It's a place of pristine beaches and chic cafés and New York-style restaurants and bars. Nature is always close by with stunning beaches 20 minutes away and major National Parks in every direction. The Sydney Campus is in an excellent position, close to Sydney Harbour, Central Business District and cultural quarters.

Located in the inner-city precinct of Ultimo, this converted heritage building is as cool as inner Sydney itself. Recently revamped, it boasts hip 19th-century architecture – with an edge. With open-plan spaces, high ceilings, lots of light and creative pods for learning, collaboration and entrepreneurship, this space draws its inspiration from cafés and restaurants rather than institutions. Connect, share and challenge your thinking, accessing the latest technologies to kick-start your new career.


Located in Queensland, one of Australia’s warmest states, Brisbane has all the mod cons of a big city without the hectic concreteness. It’s coming of age with funky bars and random exhibitions in places like West End and New Farm. Just an hour away from the beautiful Sunshine and Gold Coasts, Brisbane is also close to hippy-chic Byron Bay, just over the New South Wales border.

The Brisbane campus is located on the fringe of the city’s central business district in the colourful precinct of Fortitude Valley, close to major sporting and event venues. This cutting-edge facility is perched on cliffs overlooking the Brisbane River and captures a Queensland architectural style that our Sunshine State is famous for. Enjoy the latest digital learning technologies, open learning and collaborative classroom and project spaces, and a creative and stimulating vibe.


Melbourne has a reputation as the cultural hub of Australia. From sport to art to comedy, there’s always something happening in Melbourne, so creative inspiration is never far away.

The new Melbourne campus is an impressive multi-level late-nineteenth century building located next to iconic hubs such as Federation Square, ACMI and Flinders Street Station, and with easy access to explore the multitude of galleries, restaurants and eclectic pockets of the city nearby. Imagine visiting the National Gallery of Victoria on your lunch break!

Inside, you’ll find purpose built facilities including Mac and PC labs, a photography studio with green screen and VR capabilities, a fashion sewing room, interiors materials/styling space, a stocked library, an internal cafe to keep you going and much much more.


As the capital of South Australia, Adelaide is a sophisticated, modern and affordable place to live, work and study. With a population of 1.1 million, Adelaide has all the hallmarks of a major urban centre with modern and classical architecture, a bustling retail hub and a multi-cultural population.

Located on the historic site of the Menz Biscuit Factory, the Wakefield campus in Adelaide has been built from the ground up with a single purpose in mind - the student experience. Students can take advantage of numerous dedicated study areas, breakout pods and chill-out zones, while having unprecedented access to their learning facilitators – there are no separated, closed-off academic offices in the building. Facilitators hot-desk and share open access with the students so the campus functions as a true democratic learning community.

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