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Study in Sydney

: We maximize your chance of getting admitted to your chosen universities

The smart alternative to applying direct for a degree in Sydney and the easy way to find programs that match your eligibility and aspirations

Why study in Sydney?

Sydney is the largest urban area on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, and is the island's historic capital. A former city, Sydney perfectly blends metropolitan life and small-town hospitality.

As a former harbor port, the heart of Sydney is its waterfront. International students studying here can enjoy watching ships in the harbor and enjoying the wealth of shops and restaurants the town has to offer.

As the home of Cape Breton University, Sydney boasts a vibrant student population. There's plenty to see and do in the town, including the world's largest fiddle which celebrates the area's rich musical heritage.

Sydney is a great jumping-off point for budding explorers. The Nova Scotia coast is right on your door-step, and Bras d'Or Lake is only a short journey away. For those wanting to travel a little further afield, JA Douglas McCurdy Sydney Airport is just a few miles outside the town.

Universities in Sydney

How we maximize your chance of getting admitted

  1. Programs matched to you

    Filter 10,000s of programs down to a shortlist perfect for you, where you have a strong chance of getting admitted

  2. Apply online via Studee

    Complete our application form and only answer the same question once no matter how many programs you apply for

  3. Review, improve & submit

    We rigorously assess your application to ensure you have the best chance of getting admitted before we submit it

  4. Reminders & guidance

    Relax - never miss a deadline or request that could cost you an offer with clear, day-by-day updates on what needs to be done

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