Sydney Campus, CQU
Situated near Sydney’s famous landmarks such as the Opera House, CQU’s Sydney campus plays host to around 3000 students from different parts of the world. The campus features small tutorials and support for communication and study skills, especially for international students.
As other CQU campuses, the Sydney campus library is linked to the main university library and facilities for wider access. Aside from a modern library, the campus also boasts of its modern lecture rooms, recreational facilities and study areas. With its cutting-edge technology, the campus is able to provide around 600 computers for students to use.
A map to CQU’s Sydney campus is available here.
Being the largest city in Australia, Sydney is home to around 4 million people and is one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world. It is also one of the most multi-cultural areas in the world with its inhabitants speaking over 140 languages. Sydney is famous for the Opera House which is one of its most recognizable landmarks.
Sydney experiences a temperate climate with warm summers and mild winters. The warmest month is during January while July is the coldest. In general, Sydney weather is always pleasant.