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Studying at Salford

Salford College of Hospitality and Management is an innovative educational institution with many opportunities across diverse range of courses from Cookery in Hospitality to front of house, business and management offered to students to excel academically. We have multiple campuses located in Adelaide’s Central Business District and in Sydney, Parramatta, being all conveniently situated close to public transport. At Salford College, the emphasis is on linking theory with practice to ensure students receive not only an academic education but practical life experiences.


Salford College educates a diverse student body to become responsible global citizens and future leaders through a challenging learning environment. Salford College aims to be a leader in teaching excellence –we’re proud of our faculty, staff and students and the detail we give to our courses to ensure they reflect the most current industry needs. Adelaide has a wonderful reputation for welcoming international students. At Salford College we provide exceptional education opportunities through offering high quality nationally accredited courses, embracing contemporary and innovative approaches to education. Our aim is educational excellence. The courses we provide reflect community relevance and enable our graduates to exploit opportunities available in the dynamic work environment.


Our hands-on teaching techniques are designed to challenge students and create highly employable graduates. Our commitment towards the career objectives of our students is reflected in the quality of service and the facilities we provide. Salford College offers a diverse cultural environment to enrich the educational experience. We boast a comprehensive range of student support services and facilities to assist students in all aspects of learning, living and employment here in Australia.

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.

Orientation Day

All new students are required to attend an orientation program held prior to course commencement. New students will meet key staff at the College.

The following information will be provided but not limited to:

  • Assist them with the courses
  • Facilities
  • Student support services
  • living in Australia
  • Academic Course Progress monitoring etc.

The orientation day date will be confirmed through email and it varies from course and intake dates.

More Information
Pathways to Universities

Salford College courses may provide entry and/or credit towards university degrees. This means students can complete their university degree in less time.

To  obtain the credit, you will need to formally apply through the articulation partner university. Evidence of successful completion and academic transcript will be required for the credit transfer process.Credit will normally only be granted after you have been offered a university place

Federation university

Flinders University

For more information kindly contact us .


The Salford College can assist students to find suitable accommodation at their request.
We can guide you to safe and secure accommodation placement services for students coming to Australia.Upon request, the College can help to find accommodation for you. Some of the following accommodation options are available to international students:

  • Homestay
  • Shared flat or apartments
  • Youth hostel

The Student Services department advises students of their accommodation options and assists them in finding the most suitable accommodation. There is a noticeboard at the college with available student accommodation such as share accommodation.
More information about accommodation or mail Salford college. We dont charge for these services.

Health & Safety

Personal safety
Adelaide is one of the safest cities in Australia but it is still important to think about your safety.

The Police
Police in Australia are friendly, helpful, have a duty to protect everyone and can always be safely approached.

In an emergency – where there is a danger to life or a crime is in progress – you can contact the police, fire department or ambulance by dialling 000 from any telephone. This is a free call in emergencies only.

Beach safety
Be careful when swimming in Australian waters. Some parts of the coast have powerful currents and tides; and shark attacks are rare but sometimes do occur. It is safest to swim at popular beaches. Patrolled beaches by lifeguards have signs and flags, always read the safety information.

Australian laws you should know about:

People under the age of 18 are not permitted to consume alcohol in public. If you buy alcohol, or are given it at a licensed premise, both you and the person selling are committing an offence.

There are heavy penalties for people who ‘drink and drive’. The legal alcohol limit in South Australia is 0.05.

There are severe penalties for illegal drug use or dealing drugs. Avoid being in any situation where illegal drugs are involved.

It is an offence to lend, give or sell cigarettes or tobacco to anyone under 18 years of age. It is also illegal to buy cigarettes or tobacco for anyone under the age of 18. It is illegal to smoke in enclosed public areas.

Nightclubs and entertainment venues
Anyone under the age of 18 is not allowed in a licensed entertainment venue after 9pm. You may need to provide proof of age to buy alcohol or enter a licensed venue. It is an offence to provide false identification.

Harassment and discrimination
Adelaide prides itself on being a multicultural and tolerant society. In Australia it is generally illegal to discriminate against anyone based on gender, sexuality, marital status, pregnancy, race, physical or intellectual impairment or age.

Legal Aid – 1300 366 424
Community Services –
Sexual Assault – 1800 817 421
Alcohol and Drug Counselling – 1300 13 1340


Sydney enjoys a sunny climate with mild winters and warm summers, perfect for making the most of the outdoors. Plan ahead with this information on temperature and rainfall.

Summer (December – February)
During summer, average temperatures range from 18.6 – 25.8°C (65.5 – 78.4°F), and average humidity spikes to 65%. This is a great time to enjoy Sydney’s abundant beaches when water temperatures rise to 21.9 – 23.7°C (71.4 – 74.7°F).

Autumn (March – May)
Autumn is the mildest time of year in Sydney when the humidity drops and average temperatures fall between 14.6 – 22.2°C (58.3 – 72°F). Crisp, fresh air makes autumn the season for enjoying Sydney’s coastal walks. Keep your eyes peeled for humpback whales, which migrate north from May to August.

Winter (June – August)
Sydney’s coolest months are June to August when average temperatures drop between 8.8 – 17°C (47.8 – 62.6°F).  Sydney’s rainfall is generally highest in June, with an average of 132 mm (5.2”), while July is the coolest month when average daytime temperatures reach just 13°C (55°F).

Spring (September – November)
In spring, days are warmer but the humidity is not as high as summer. Average daily temperatures range from 11 – 23°C (51.8 – 73.4°F



Because of its Mediterranean climate, . It’s a climate perfect for living Adelaide has hot dry summers and wet cold winters. It doesn’t snow in Adelaide but it does get pretty cold and wet in winter. The nearby Southern Ocean ensures hot, dry summers and cool, mild winters.


Cost of Living

When Compared to other English speaking countries the costs of education and living in Australia are comparatively low. All tuition fees for international students who study in Australia are exempt from GST and are charged up-front, with some institutions making additional charges to cover other associated costs like sports facilities, laboratory costs, student organisation membership and library fees.

For international students, the Department of Home Affairs have financial obligations you must comply with. As a single student you must be able to show you have the financial capacity to cover living costs of at least $20,290 Australian dollars per year. There are additional costs for extra family members.

Therefore, using this amount as a guide, a single student living away from home will require at least $1,690 per month for accommodation, food, utilities and entertainment. NOTE: Actual costs will depend on your lifestyle choices and needs.

Sydney:  The Sydney Homestay website suggests students can expect to pay between $195 – $500 per week, depending on your location and boarding arrangement.

In the Economist Intelligence Unit’s annual World Wide Cost of Living Survey, Adelaide regularly achieves an excellent ranking as one of the most affordable cities in Australia. Statistics show that it costs 24% more to live in Sydney, 21% more to live in Melbourne, 12% more to live in Perth and 8% more to live in Brisbane.

International students will require approximately: AU$18,000 per year or AU$270 a week to cover living expenses in Adelaide. Depending on your lifestyle you may require more or less than these amounts (This is a rough guide only. Remember your living costs are separate to your tuition fees)

Getting Around

Adelaide’s public transport system includes buses, trains and trams and all of this can get you to the far reaches of the city. You’ll find everything you need to know about Adelaide’s public transport including timetables and route maps at the Adelaide Metro website. Alternatively, pop into the Passenger Information Centre at 79 King William Street in the heart of Adelaide or phone +61 8 8210 1000.

Free city centre buses and trams
The free ‘terrace to terrace’ tram service takes you through the city centre and connects with the Adelaide Railway Station and UniSA City West Campus. Also look out for the City loop bus (99C) that can take you on a ride past art galleries, museums and universities.


Sydney and Paramatta:

Sydney, with a population of almost 4 million, and covering almost 1120 square kilometres (700 square miles), is a remarkably easy city to move around in. An excellent train, bus and ferry service covers all points of the greater metropolitan area (see public transport maps). Roadways, although congested in peak hour times, are generally well planned and driving is not too harrowing an experience.

  • Sydney and Paramatta are very well connected by public transport
  • Access public transport with an Opal card. You can order a card online or buy from a registered retailer. Single trip tickets are available at retailers and train stations.
    • NOTE: International students are currently not eligible for concession tickets. Fare prices are listed on the Opal website.

Buying tickets
First buy a ticket and then validate it by inserting your ticket into the validating machine. Keep your ticket until the journey has ended and remember to validate the ticket on every journey (you could be fined it you don’t).

Single trip and day trip tickets
These can be purchased from the driver on all buses and conductors on the trams. They can also be purchased using vending machines on trains. A single trip is valid for two hours and can be used as many times as you like within this period. A day trip ticket lasts for one day.

Multi-trip tickets
These save you money by giving you 10 trips for the price of seven. Multi-trip tickets are not available on vehicles but can be purchased from the Passenger Transport Information Centre, selected post offices, service stations, newsagents, convenience stores and the Adelaide Railway Station.

Student discounts
All local and international students are entitled to a concession when buying tickets. You will need to show your student identification card to gain a concession and ensure you have your student card on you during your journey, as on-board inspectors may ask to see it.