Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.
|Language of study||English|
|Semester 1 (Fall)||March-June|
|Semester 2 (Spring)||July-November|
|Times World Ranking||276-300|
|QS World Ranking||263|
Living costs 2014/15
Approximate living costs per semester:
|Return flight from UK||£739|
|Accommodation||£2,100-5,200 (may include meal plan)|
Students have the option of living on campus, off campus or in a homestay. A homestay is housing with an Australian family to help you adapt to and learn more about Australian culture during your stay.
Things to do
Because Sydney is a major Australian city in a central location, there are always things to do.
There's big-city shopping, some of Australia's best dining experiences and exciting sports and arts events that include the Australian Garden Show, the Sydney Moderns Art Festival and the Archibald, Wynne and Sulman prizes at the Art Gallery of NSW, the Sydney Running Festival and the Australian Open Golf Championship.
The mild weather is perfect for outdoor nature activities such as walks by the beach, harbour-side hikes, cycling and golf.
Sydney's central location on the East Coast of Australia makes it a good starting point for travel to other cities. The Gold Coast and Brisbane are not too far north, and Melbourne is South West of Sydney. You may also have the opportunity to visit Cairns and see the Great Barrier Reef!
The warm season lasts from 3 December-22 March with an average daily high of 25°C. The hottest day's average high is 27°C. The cold season lasts from 29 May-23 August with an average daily high of 19°C. The coldest day's average high is 17°C with an average low of 8°C.
Students studying in the following schools are eligible to apply:
- Earth and Ocean Sciences
- English, Communication and Philosophy
- Journalism and Media Studies
- Planning and Geography