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Salford College is very excited to offer to its growing number of students its own campus in Paramatta, Sydney. The campus is located in one of the fastest growing city centres in Australia and offers tremendous opportunities to international students and options for their future growth.

With the added advantage of moving to Adelaide for any duration of the courses, Salford College remains the standout choice for all students who wish to study in a top tier institute with a competitive cost structure. Students have plenty of courses to chose from and decide their career.

Courses are available in English as foundation program well suited to students who wish to progress academically or do a stand alone English course and enjoy the lovely city of Sydney. Students can then chose to do courses in Hospitality, Business or Management. Salford College has clear pathways available to students with credits available for Bachelor programs thus giving the students an advantage over other students.
Call today or visit our campus to speak to Salford team to see how we can help you.

Parmatta, Sydney is one of the fastest growing and one of the oldest suburb in Australia and now is one of the biggest town centres in Australia. It is located 23 Kms from Sydney. Salford College Sydney is located on the Maquarie Street in the historical centre of the city.

It is very accessible from the city and is a favored destination for new migrants and students to Sydney as it has suitable accommodation, a great quality of life and a bustling business community.

Sydney is one of the jewels of Australia and is the most popular city in Australia. With beautiful harbours the city is one of the most beautiful in the world.

The 2013 Anholt-GfK City Brands Index ranked Sydney as the second best city in the world for its brand appeal and image. Sydney was also voted the safest and friendliest city. More than 5,000 people from 10 countries were asked to judge cities’ international status and standing, physical aspects, basic requirements such as affordable housing and public amenities standards, interesting things to do and economic and educational opportunities.

Sydney is Australia’s main financial centre being home to the Australian Stock Exchange and the Futures Exchange. According to the 2011 census there were over 151,000 workers employed in the finance and financial services sector in Greater Sydney with more than 55% located within the City.

More than ¾ (76%) of all foreign and domestic banks in Australia have their headquarters located in Sydney. In 2011/12 Greater Sydney had a GDP of approximately $300 billion per year, approximately one-fifth of Australia’s GDP and around two-thirds of the NSW GDP.

For more information about Sydney visit
http://www.study.sydney/english/news-and-stories/news/