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Why International Students Love Sydney

Sydney has a beautiful climate year round with warm summers and mild winters, great attractions, delicious dining options, natural beauty and green open spaces. The locals are welcoming and friendly, and the culture is a diverse mix of styles from Asia, Europe and the rest of the globe through food, art, architecture and of course […]

Lonsdale Institute Student Experience: Manuel from Colombia

Manuel Alejandro from Colombia studied Eurocentres English courses at Lonsdale Institute’s Sydney campus and has a lot to share about his experience. Did you like studying with Lonsdale Institute? Yes, the school offered a wide range of opportunities and flexibility. I had plenty of social interaction with classmates from all over the world and energetic […]

What are the Benefits of Studying Accounting?

Accounting is a great course to study for a number of reasons. Accounting provides you with skills and knowledge that can be applied to a number of industries. In fact, so long as there are businesses in the world, accountants will always be needed. A qualification in accounting is the best way kick-start your career, […]

Why you Should Consider Nursing in Australia

Are you looking to work overseas and have a background in nursing, midwifery or aged care? If you’re already a registered nurse, you’ll know that a career in nursing means no two days are ever the same. Each day involves the development of new skills and new challenges to overcome. Nursing is an exciting and […]

15 Must-See Australian Landmarks

Life in Australia isn’t just about just work and study. Australia is renowned for its vast and rugged natural beauty, and with good reason – with so many iconic landmarks to visit you may never see them all. That’s why we’ve put together a list of the top 15 natural wonders in Australia. Take a […]

10 Habits to Improve Your Productivity

There’s no such thing as a superhuman student, no matter how productive they might seem. Sure, they might finish two assignments, cram for a test, start their next project, go to their part-time job, and read a book for the ‘fun of it’ (in the same time as it takes you to complete just one […]