Western Sydney University - Sydney City Campus
The Sydney City Campus brings the same Western Sydney University experience to the heart of Australia's most famous city. Operated by Navitas Ltd. , the Sydney City Campus is ideally placed to provide students with a global perspective and unlimited opportunity for success. Ranked amongst the top two per cent of universities in the world, the university values academic excellence, integrity and the pursuit of knowledge. Sydney is the destination of choice for international corporations, business leaders, tourists and students. Studying in Australia's commercial capital also provides students with more job opportunities. As a modern university, it’s aim is to combine vibrant, inspiring learning environments with a state-of-the-art campus, equipment and technology to enable the students to gain practical experience and put learning into action.
While choosing to study with Western Sydney University, students join a network of over 45,000 students and more than 170,000 graduates. Western Sydney University, Sydney City Campus offers students a choice of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in business, arts, communication, engineering, IT, and health disciplines. The Sydney City Campus brings the same Western Sydney University experience to the city, where students study the same units and course materials, receiving the exact same qualifications as on the other campuses.
The University just moved into at it’s brand new, state-of-the-art campus at Level 4, 255 Elizabeth Street, opposite the iconic Hyde Park. It’s new building is located near Martin Place, St. James, Museum and Town Hall train stations as well as major bus routes. It’s on-campus facilities include a library, computer laboratories, innovative learning spaces, high-speed Wi-Fi, and lots of social spaces in which to hang out. Students enrolled at Sydney City can access on-campus facilities including the Navitas Library, computer laboratories, innovative learning spaces, high-speed Wi-Fi, and lots of social spaces. Students can also have access to all the facilities and services at any Western Sydney University campus.
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