The CSU Study Centre Sydney is located in the city centre, next to Hyde Park, surrounded by a superb array of shops, cafes and restaurants. The Study Centre is shared with Martin College and Embassy CES, the English language division of Study Group. Students can enjoy proximity to places of interest such as Darling Harbour, Bondi, the city centre and Chinatown. Key features include bright modern premises, computer laboratories with latest software, student lounge, well-equipped classrooms, library, a wide range of opportunities to continue their studies, campus activities programs and academic counselling.
Montpelier House: This co-educational residence is available to students studying at the Darlinghurst campus. It is a 54-bed facility consisting of 28 single rooms, nine twin rooms (bunk beds) and two dormitories with four beds in each (short-term stay only). This accommodation option is only available in Sydney. Homestay with an Australian family in their own home. Homestay staff match students to families with similar interests, providing students with a safe, supportive family environment. Students have their own furnished room in a private family home, with two meals per day provided. Assistance will be given with basic needs such as laundering of clothing and cleaning. Rental Accommodation: There are many different types of rental accommodation available in Sydney. Students can choose from houses, flats or apartments, and these can be furnished or unfurnished.
The CSU Study Centre Sydney is located within a 10 minute walk of 3 city train stations, and serviced by over a dozen city and suburban bus routes.