Embassy Sydney is in a fantastic, central location that’s walking distance to Sydney’s iconic landmarks. The university-style campus is shared with university students and provides a welcoming, international experience. Embassy Sydney is the perfect choice if you are ambitious, excited about city life and interested in pursuing your education further with our university partners!
Social atmosphere: Embassy Sydney has a busy social programme combining Embassy-organised activities with events that are held within the city. English language students can take part in conversation club, study club, BBQs, trips to the Sydney aquarium or sign up for the famous weekend surf camp.
Sydney city life: Sydney is an exciting, multicultural city. There’s always plenty going on and students can enjoy beautiful beaches and parks, with the Harbour Bridge and Opera House walking distance from the school.
One to one lessons or evening classes are also available at request, speak to us when you enrol for more information.
Please see below a sample timetable for Embassy Sydney. This may be subject to change throughout the year.
Why Choose Embassy Sydney?
Shared university-style campus
where Embassy students can
meet other university students
Experienced teaching team for
Cambridge and IELTS exam
A wonderful mix of high-level
educational experience and a
warm, friendly, fun atmosphere
Students who study English
for Academic Purposes will
benefit from a large number of
high quality higher education
Level 1, 63 Oxford Street
Darlinghurst, NSW 2010
Phone: +61 2 9291 9300
FINDING OUR SCHOOL:
Nearest underground station is Museum, which is on the City Circle Line, 1 stop from Central Station. From Museum Station, the school is just a 10-minute walk.
The walk to the school from the station takes 10 minutes. Turn left out of the station onto Elizabeth Street and walk south towards the junction with Liverpool Street. Turn left (east) down Liverpool Street, walking along the edge of Hyde Park. Cross over the junction with Wentworth Avenue/College Street, carrying straight on along Oxford Street.
Our school is on the corner of Riley Street. Look out for the Embassy English sign.
For students taking an English course in Sydney, there are a number of hostels within walking distance of the school – but be aware, they are often fully booked. We can advise you further and help you book accommodation.
Jack's Place is a state of the art student accommodation facility in one of Sydney’s best locations. Jack’s was completely renovated in 2011 and has become one of Sydney’s most popular student accommodation buildings.
- Jack's Place
Chalmers Lodge offers students the privacy of their own studio style room while also providing the opportunity to meet fellow travellers.
- Chalmers Lodge
Yurong House is located on the leafy streets of Darlinghurst. It is an ideal student housing option for enjoying cafés, shops and restaurants.
Live as part of an English-speaking household while at English language school in Sydney. Depending on the type of accommodation you book, you’ll have your own bedroom, or share a room with another Embassy English language school student. You will eat breakfast and, with the half-board booking, also evening meals with your hosts. It's a great chance to meet Sydney residents and share their way of life. Living with English-speakers also means that you will never stop learning and improving your fluency.
Nearest supermarket: 1-minute walk
Nearest shopping centre: 15-minute walk
Nearest coffee shop: next door
Nearest post office: 1-minute walk
Nearest café/restaurant: 1-minute walk
Nearest gym: On 2nd floor of the school building
Nearest church: 15-minute walk
Nearest mosque: 15-minute walk
Nearest bank: 1-minute walk
Nearest park: 5-minute walk
Nearest shopping centre: 15-minute walk
Nearest newsagent: 2-minute walk
Nearest bus stop: 1-minute walk for bus stop to the city; 2-minute walk for bus to Bondi, Eastern suburb, etc.
TRAVELLING AROUND THE CITY:
An extensive network of trains, buses and ferry services operate throughout the city.
From the airport
The airport line operates from all City Circle stations to the domestic (T2 and T3) and international terminals (T1) every 10 minutes or so.COST OF LIVING:
We currently advise students taking an English course in Sydney to budget approximately AU $350 per week. This will cover all basic transport, food and entertainment costs.
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"Sydney is famous for its
beautiful beaches, The
Opera House and Harbour
Bridge. Our goal is to
deliver excellent and