IH Sydney

Sydney, Australia

International House Sydney City is located in the Sydney Central Business District (CBD), within short walks from Town Hall/Wynyard/Martin Place train stations and the Queen Victoria Building bus stops. The iconic Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge are a 15-minute walk from the school.

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Find a course

Course Type Dates Sort descending Mode Fee
CELTA 16 Nov - 11 Dec 2020
4 weeks, Mon-Fri
Full time F2F AU $3,295
CELTA 16 Nov - 11 Dec 2020
4 weeks, Mon-Fri
Full time F2F AU $3,295
CELTA 04 Jan - 29 Jan 2021
4 weeks, Mon-Fri
Full time F2F AU $3,295
CELTA 09 Jan - 08 Mar 2021
10 Weeks. Tue, Thurs & Sat
100% Online PT AU $3,295
CELTA 01 Feb - 05 Mar 2021
5 weeks, Mon-Fri
100% Online FT AU $3,295
CELTA 22 Feb - 14 May 2021
12 weeks
Online & F2F AU $3,295
CELTA 01 Mar - 26 Mar 2021
4 weeks, Mon-Fri
Full time F2F AU $3,295
CELTA 20 Mar - 27 May 2021
10 Weeks. Tue, Thurs & Sat
Part time F2F AU $3,295
CELTA 29 Mar - 30 Apr 2021
5 weeks, Mon-Fri
100% Online FT AU $3,295
CELTA 10 May - 04 Jun 2021
4 weeks, Mon-Fri
Full time F2F AU $3,295

Life in and around Sydney

Sydney is a vibrant, modern cosmopolitan city. There are many famous tourist spots like Manly Beach, Bondi Beach, Sydney Opera House and Darling Harbour, as well as lively local spots in the inner suburbs of Surry Hills, Darlinghurst, Chippendale and Newtown.

Picturesque day trips include visiting the Blue Mountains and Hunter Valley.

Studying at IH Sydney

Sydney International Airport is the country’s biggest airport linking all capital cities domestically and internationally. The easiest and cheapest transport into the city is the train (15 minutes, approx. AU $18). A ride-share service like Uber or Ola (approx. 25 minutes/ AU $30-AU $40) is an option if you have a lot of luggage.

Sydney has a comprehensive public transport network of train, bus and ferry services. Light rail, sightseeing buses and taxis/Uber complement the public transport network. 

There are countless cafes, pubs, restaurants and food courts of all cuisines to choose from right on the doorstep of the school. Clarence Street, where the school is located, is also home to many hidden small bars.

Most major shops and department stores are open seven days a week. Late night shopping takes place on Thursday evenings, with many stores open until 9pm.

To give you an idea of how much it would cost you to live in Sydney, a kilo of oranges are around AU $3.50, a Big Mac meal is around AU $11, and a bottle of beer is around AU $8.

International House Sydney