Supporting international education providers in Sydney

Resources for international students studying, working and playing in Sydney. Topics covered include immigration, accommodation and all things to do with health and wellbeing.

Susana Ng

Senior Community Programs Officer

International students contact officer

Translating and Interpreting Service

Translating service

If you need an interpreter to help you with information on our website, please call the translating and interpreting service on the number below and ask them to put you through to the City of Sydney on 02 9265 9333.

The below programs and resources aim to help international students study, work and play in Sydney. Topics covered include immigration, accommodation, working and all things to do with health and wellbeing.

Read about the StudyNSW Awards and the students and education providers who have added extra value to the Australian community.

Welcome Dinner Project

The award winning Welcome Dinner Project launched in 2013, has held more than 200 welcome dinners in homes and community spaces across Australia. Involving more than 5,000 people, it has now become a social movement.

The project has a simple vision: to foster new and meaningful relationships between newly arrived people and established Australians over potluck style meals.

To register to attend or host a welcome dinner, go to the Welcome Dinner Project or email [email protected]. Everyone is welcome.

Student visas and arrival information

Learn more about international student visas at the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.

We support the StudyNSW managed Sydney Airport Welcome Desk, staffed by international and domestic student volunteers.

Basic emergency education

Educate international students about how to get emergency help for ambulance, police or fire and rescue with the free triple zero (000) awareness campaign.