The Education Abroad Network: Study Australia, Study New Zealand, Study Asia
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Amidst this setting of beautiful beaches, glorious weather and iconic landmarks are some of Australiaís best universities, proving it is possible to invoke the cerebral and spend your spare time surfing in the sun. While the magnificent Sydney Harbour and legendary beaches do make for an "outdoorsy" lifestyle, Sydney's multiculturalism and diversity inspire an incredible food and art scene, as well as an exhilarating nightlife. Study abroad in Sydney to experience this great city yourself.
Sydney Program Highlights
With six universities available, select from a range of academic programs and campus settings to suit your needs
Experience living in the local community in our high-quality, ideally located off-campus apartments
Live in Sydney, the largest and oldest city in Australia, with its magnificent beaches and ideal climate
Explore the Great Barrier Reef and tropical far north Australia during your comprehensive six-day Orientation Program, with a week of adventure and learning
Take advantage of the included cultural events throughout the semester
Experience an Alternative Spring Break with our optional Thailand or New Zealand, South Island excursions
Benefit from the knowledge of our Sydney Resident Director staff who introduce you to the local culture
This was the view from the window of our TEAN apartment. It was during finals, and I think I had an 8am Microbiology exam which, of course, I had literally stayed up all night studying for. By sunrise, I was wiped but so so happy I got to witness this. The sky was actually pink! And you could see the Harbour Bridge, the Opera House and all the other signature features of the Sydney CBD skyline. I had become so familiar with the city and so affectionate towards it, but I had never seen Sydney look so beautiful.
Abigail Ribner, University of Maryland