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Sydney is one of the world’s truly great multicultural cities, with a population representing more than 180 different national backgrounds. Half of the city of Sydney’s population was born overseas and more than a third of Sydney residents speak a second language at home.

In metropolitan Sydney there are 50,000 international university students, 50,000 vocational and English language students from more than 130 countries. Over the last decade it is estimated that NSW has attracted nearly half of all international students who have come to Australia to study, with most of these based in central Sydney.

The local economic impact is 35,000 international students at university campuses within the City of Sydney generated more than $A1.6 billion in economic activity and more than 10,000 full-time service jobs each year.

Sydney is the world's most popular city to study in, according to the AT Kearney 2014 Global Cities index. 3 of 6 Sydney universities are located in central Sydney and these institutions are consistently ranked highly in national and international comparisons.

Work opportunities

Sydney's universities have close links with business, meaning students get real industry experience as part of their degree.

Studying in Australia's commercial capital also provides students with more job opportunities, as the majority of multinational corporations operating in Australia have based their regional headquarters in Sydney.

Graduates from universities in Sydney include some of Australia's and the world's most successful academics, specialists and business figures. This includes 5 Nobel laureates, 6 prime ministers and 2 governors-general. Graduates have access to excellent opportunities around the world and many go on to work for large national and multinational companies.

Sydney is ranked as the world's safest and friendliest city ahead of London, Paris, New York and Rome, according to the global Anholt-GfK City Brands Index.

Sydney is a great place for students to strengthen their English language skills. Each of the city's universities offers innovative, high-quality English language programs, as well as an unrivalled leave of service to support people from different language and cultural backgrounds. Importantly, it is in a similar time zone to Asia for contact.

Sydney's universities lead the way in research initiatives – from biomedical research to economic and social policy. They are investing in both existing and emerging fields and key high-tech disciplines of the future.

Support for international students

The City of Sydney is working hard to support the local international student population through its international student leadership and ambassador program. The program gives international student leaders training and mentoring to assist other students in need, as well as a chance to connect with the local community.

For more information on the City of Sydney please contact:

Economic Strategy Team + 61 2 9265 9333



悉尼的国际学生来自130多个国家,其中大学水平国际学生人数为50,000人,职业教育和英语培训课程学生人数为50,000人。在过去十年间,赴澳求留学生总人数中近半选择就读于新南威 尔士州,其中大部分落户悉尼市中心。.

悉尼市政府管辖区域内的各大院 校在读国际学生人数高达35,000 人之多,每年为本地经济创赢超 过16亿澳元  1,600,000,000.00), 与此同时,还创造了1万个全职 岗位。

依据全球咨询公司 —— 科尔尼管理咨询公司 (AT Kearney), 2014年最新 《全球城市排名列表》(2014 Global Cities Index) 针对 外籍 留学生人数规模的最新统计 , 悉尼是全世界最受欢迎的求学 之地。悉尼6所大学中有3所位 于悉尼市中心,并在国内外高 校排名中都名列前茅。


悉尼的高等院校与企业间拥有良好关系,继而保证了就读 学生在求学生涯中拥有切实的工作实践经验。

众多来澳发展的大型跨国企业均把区域总部设在悉尼,因此选 择在这座澳大利亚商业首府求学,可为学生们提供更多就 业机会。

毕业于悉尼各大高等院校的才俊中有很多都是澳 大利亚国内,乃至全世界学术、专业和金融领域的翘楚。其中包括:五位诺贝尔奖获得者、六位澳大利亚总理,和 两位总督。毕业生们有着前往世界各地的绝佳机会,许多毕业生进入大型国内和国际公司就职。

根据Anholt-GfK城市品牌 指数,悉尼已超越伦敦、巴黎、纽约何罗马,跃居 世界榜首,成为全球最为 安全、友善的城市。

悉尼是学生们强化英语语言技能的好地方。市内每所大学都开 设创新性高品质英语语言课程,并通过一流的服务为不同语言 和文化背景的学生提供支持。重要的是,这里与亚洲位于类似 时区,同起同息,联系便利。

悉尼各大高等院校在生物医学、经济与社会政策等诸多科研领域一马当先, 并涉足现有研究、新兴领域、未来重要高新科技学科等诸多范畴。


悉尼市政府“国际留学生领袖形象大使计划”(International  Student Leadership and Ambassador Program) 为求学于悉尼的国 际学生提供支持和服务。学生们可通过该计划参加领导能力培训 和辅导,为其他有需要的学生提供帮助,并与本土社区建立联系。


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Last updated: Monday, 21 September 2015