Sydney is recognised as Australia’s world city and a prime driver of the Australian economy. The city is a national hub for global industries such as business, financial services, law, telecommunications and the media. It is home to more regional and international business headquarters than any other city in Australia. Sydney is ranked as the most important world city in the Southern Hemisphere. It hosts national institutions such as the Reserve Bank of Australia and the Australian Stock Exchange.
Over 4.5 million people and growing
The climate of Sydney is humid subtropical shifting from mild and cool in winter to warm and hot in the summer, with no extreme seasonal differences. It enjoys 103.9 clear days of sunshine annually ranging from 53% in January to 72% in August
As diverse as its people, Sydney has been shaped by many influences. Its culture, lifestyle and food bring together elements from all corners of the world. International art, music, film and cultural festivals fill Sydney’s streets all year round. In cafes and restaurants across the city, Asian, European, African and flavours from the Americas are on offer.
Sydney has a wide variety of accommodation available to students from single room to shared apartments/units/flats. If you want to share with other students leave a message on the bulletin board on campus with your contact details. For more information ask student services to assist you or check the bulletin board. Here are some useful websites to help you. Accommodation websites https://www.roomz.com/sydney http://au.easyroommate.com/ http://www.realestate.com.au/rent/ http://www.domain.com.au
Sydney Australia Website – http://www.sydneyaustralia.com/en/study-in-sydney
Study in Australia Website – http://www.studyinaustralia.gov.au/
Transport Roads & Maritime Service – http://www.myrta.com.au