There are a variety of colleges throughout Sydney that teach English, from general English classes for beginners to more specialized classes tailored to academic or business communication . Many colleges also run social activities clubs or work experience alongside their courses, which allow you to practice your English in a social setting. Many of Australia’s leading Universities have English language centres on campus, allowing you to choose a course that can lead to further study, if required.
For children and students coming to Australia, learning English is an essential requirement for both school and their future opportunities. English as a Second Language (ESL) is provided in primary schools, high schools and Intensive English Centres and at the Intensive English High School for newly arrived students and continuing ESL students from Kindergarten to Year 12.
Students, 12 years and over, with a pre-intermediate level of English, who wish to accelerate their language skills, can take an Intensive English Course. The Intensive English Centres (IEC) are located in select NSW government high schools throughout Sydney and Wollongong. For more info go to education.nsw.gov.au
If you wish your children to continue to learn their native language, there are a variety of language classes, from French to Chinese Mandarin and every language in between, taught privately or at colleges and universities such as the UNSW Institute of Languages. There is also the option to enrol them in an International School, such as the German School. For more information see our International School section.
Language Schools in Sydney
Ability Education www.ability.edu.au
Adult English School www.adultenglishschool.com
Australia English Institute www.australiaenglish.com
Australian Pacific College www.apc.edu.au
British Council www.britishcouncil.org.au
CME Macquarie University www.mq.edu.au
Crown Institute www.cibt.nsw.edu.au
EF International English School www.ef-australia.com.au
EC Sydney www.ecenglish.com
English Language Company www.elc.edu.au
ESL Tutoring Services www.esltutoringservices.com
Global Village Sydney www.gvenglish.com
Greenwich College www.greenwichcollege.com.au
UTS Insearch www.insearch.com.au
International House Sydney ihsydney.com.au
Kaplan International Colleges www.kaplaninternational.com
Navitas English www.navitasenglish.com
Sea English Academy www.sea-english.com
Speciality Language Centre www.studyinaustralia.gov.au
Sydney College of English www.sce.edu.au
Sydney English Language Academy www.sela.com.au
Sydney English Language Centre www.selc.com.au
Sydney Language Solutions www.sydneylanguagesolutions.com.au
UNSW Institute of Languages www.languages.unsw.edu.au
Universal English College www.uec.com.au
UWS College aem.westernsydney.edu.au
How to use free time in quarantine to improve my language skills while waiting to relocate to Sydney
Are you in quarantine or waiting to relocate to another Sydneyy? Here are 4 TIPS to improve language skills quickly and with ease:
1. Think about online 1-on-1 language classes to boost my grammar understanding
We suggest you need to sign up for 1-on-1 online language classes. Certainly this is one of the best investments you can make while in quarantine!
For online language classes, you can quickly learn and do it from the comfort of your home!
Here are some of the benefits of 1-on-1 online language classes:
- You don't have to commute to any school
- 1-on-1 online classes give you flexible schedule
- 1-on-1 online classes are most efficient in dealing with your particular difficulties with the language
- It is affordable to take online classes!
- You can find the teacher and the school you want to work with
More benefits of online learning: 7 Advantages of online Degrees, and you can see more tips about how to choose an effective online language school.
2. Always read books and practice new words to increase my vocabulary daily
We suggest people to purchase and read simple books. This way, if you're relocating to Sydney or waiting for relocation to Sydney in quarantine, you are spending your time intelligently!
Instead of being bored why not grab a book and underscore all the unfamiliar words? Of course, don't overdo it. Just set a limit of 10 new words daily.
3.Look for native speakers on social media and talk with them in the language you wish to improve
Today, we are lucky to be connected on the internet. It is so easy to find people with whom you share opinions, interests, and personal goals. By the same token, you can utilise social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn, to find Native speakers who are willing to converse.
Remember ther are many who are missing socializing with people because of the lockdowns and quarantine. Use that opportunity to engage with friendly folks and start your conversation asap!
4. Going to Sydney Australia? Here's how to improve your English
You will be able to find lots of useful information about Australia at AUSSIE RELOCATION.
If you're specifically concerned with language classes and education. Click the Education Overview Hyperlink to see more about education in Australia:
- Private Schools
- Home Schooling
- English - ESL Classes
- Government Schools
- Public Schools
- NAPLAN, etc.