Adelaide is consistently in the World’s top 10 most liveable cities.
With so much to offer, a vibrant atmosphere and natural beauty on its doorstep.
Adelaide is a popular choice for International Students.
With a population of just 1.3 million people. And 38,000 international students in Adelaide, it’s not overcrowded.
Students can live in the CBD and walk to class.
So Why choose Adelaide?
The Adelaide CBD is beautifully ringed by parklands giving it a natural green beauty.
The Adelaide Torrens Riverbank is central to the parklands in the heart of the city’s cultural, recreational and sporting activities area.
There’s so much to experience beyond the classroom, from local fresh food markets.
Great cafes and night spots to world renowned arts festivals.
The city's layout means you spend less time commuting and more time enjoying life.
It’s also less expensive than some other capital cities.
Adelaide offers high quality education across Schools, Vocational Training. Universities in the top 2% worldwide.
And English Language Centres that will help you improve your English.
Known for specialist industries like Health and Medical, Tourism, Space. Wine and Creative Industries there are many internship opportunities for international students.
International students that graduate in Adelaide with a Higher Education Qualification. Can also receive an additional year of post-study work rights.
You'll also love the sun and sand at Adelaide’s pristine beaches. That stretch 70 kilometres along the city's beautiful coastline.
You can catch a tram from the city centre to Glenelg. One of Adelaide's most popular beachside destinations for a spectacular sunset.
Or take a 20-minute drive east of the city and experience the beautiful Adelaide Hills. Where you can feed the kangaroos and cuddle a koala at Cleland Wildlife Park.
Or pick fresh strawberries from Beerenberg.
Before enjoying a stroll down the main street of Hanhdorf. Australia's oldest surviving German settlement.
Visit Mount Lofty Botanical Gardens for a walk through acres of beautiful gardens.
Then visit Mount Lofty Summit for breathtaking views over Adelaide’s skyline.
There’s also so many places to visit in the regional areas. From the Flinders Ranges North of the city.
To Kangaroo Island to the South.
And Yorke Peninsula to the West.
Here you can feast on oysters, fish and prawns and walk along pristine sandy beaches.
For a world class wine experience visit the stunning Barossa Valley. Only an hours drive from Adelaide.
Known for its safety Adelaide is the perfect place for international students to study.
You can improve your English and have a wonderful time doing it!
At Study English in Australia we can help you with your decision.