Most popular language schools in Australia
In Australia, LSI is based in Brisbane. Students can choose from a wide variety of courses: General English of varying intensity, exam preparation, Business English, along with semester and year-long academic programs. Language school certificates are accepted by several major universities, among which are UNITEC, Whitecliffe College of Art and Design, Yorkville University, California International Business University, and Louisiana State University. The average course cost is 258 USD per week.
Schools in the ILSC Education Group are located in Australia, Canada, and India. There are 4 branches in Australia: Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide, and Sydney. ILSC offers different types of courses:
- Standard and Intensive English
- Business English
- International language exam preparation
- Academic English and Pathway programs
After completing your studies, you can enroll at Greystone College or any of ILSC’s partner universities around the world. The average course cost is 245 USD per week.
Byron Bay English Language School
Byron Bay English Language School opened in 1998. It offers its students a quality education and a variety of extracurricular activities: surfing, diving, sports, hiking, excursions to major Australian cities, and national park visits. The school also organizes summer camps for teenagers. The average cost of the course is 226-258 USD per week, while a 4-week summer program will cost 1,469 USD without accommodation.
Cass Training International College
Founded in 1989, Cass Training International College is a private language school in Sydney. It offers a wide range of courses: from standard and intensive to special English programs for real life situations. It also provides the opportunity for direct enrollment at partner universities without language exams. The average cost of a course is 232 USD per week.
Best cities to study English in Australia
|Region||City||Population||Spending per month|
|New South Wales||Sydney||4627345||924 USD|
|Australian Capital Territory||Canberra||367752||773 USD|
|Queensland||Gold Coast||591473||863 USD|
|South Australia||Adelaide||1225235||858 USD|
|Western Australia||Perth||1896548||829 USD|
|Northern Territory||Darwin||129062||934 USD|
Australia is made up of 6 independent states and 3 mainland territories. All states and territories have their own parliament, and they are autonomous in dealing with internal matters.
Australia's largest city harmoniously combines the beauty of tropical nature and glass skyscrapers that make it the business and economic center of the continent.
Sydney is a cosmopolitan city with many migrants. Students who choose to study English in this city can practice the language outside of school by interacting with the locals. About 4% of Sydney's inhabitants come from the UK, Ireland, and Scotland — in addition to the authentic Australian dialect, you can also hear more "classic" British English.
Brisbane is the perfect place to study English. It is a sunny city on the banks of the Brisbane River with moderately warm summers and mild winters.
Not far from the city is the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, where you can hug a koala and feed a kangaroo. Language schools in Brisbane regularly organize student trips to the reserve so that they can literally touch the unique fauna of Australia.
Formerly the capital of Australia, Melbourne is now an important cultural and educational center of the country.
Many sports and cultural events take place here: concerts, exhibitions, and festivals. Melbourne is the traditional venue for the annual MIFF film festival, which, along with Cannes and Berlin, is considered to be the oldest and most prestigious in the world. Students of language courses will always find something to do in their spare time.
Adelaide is Australia's "city of education" — there are large public and private universities and several TAFE centers. The University of Adelaide is part of the Group of Eight — an association of the oldest educational institutions in Australia. There are also two campuses of the American Carnegie Mellon University. Students who plan to attend Pathway programs will definitely find the right university for themselves among Adelaide's educational institutions.
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