Sydney Campus

Located just a few minutes’ walk from Circular Quay, our new Sydney campus located in The Rocks, opened in February 2015 and is kitted out with modern facilities, open plan teaching spaces and comfortable student lounge areas. APM students share the campus with students from Torrens University Australia and with students from William Blue College of Hospitality Management. The campus overlooks the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House can be seen from the class rooms.

  • Innovative and open plan learning environment
  • Modern and contemporary design
  • Library
  • Student lounge area
  • Free Wi-Fi Internet access
  • Walking distance to popular cafes, eateries, and public transport
 

Both APM campuses are equipped with modern facilities

Why not come and visit the campus to see for yourself? Enquire online to request  a campus tour

Where are we exactly?

The APM Sydney campus is located atThe Rocks, just a 5-minue walk from Circular Quay Station. We are only a few minutes from Wynyard Station and bus terminals which connects you to Sydney's main transport system making it very easy to travel around town.

Sydney Campus Opening Hours

During the trimester periods
Monday to Thursday: 7:30 am to 10 pm
Friday: 7:30 am to 7 pm
Saturday: 9 am to 4 pm

Outside of the trimester
Monday to Friday: 7:30 am to 7 pm
No weekends

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The Rocks Campus
1-5 Hickson Road
The Rocks NSW
Australia 2000

 

Key Dates

Academic Dates Start Date Census Dates Last Day Breaks
2017 Trimester 1 (T1) 20 Feb 10 Mar 14 May 15 May – 4 Jun
2017 Trimester 2 (T2) 5 Jun 23 Jun 27 Aug 28 Aug – 17 Sep
2017 Trimester 3 (T3) 18 Sep 6 Oct 10 Dec 11 Dec – 18 Feb

The following courses are available at our Sydney campus:

Want to know more?

I enjoy all the classes, the friendly staff and the great facilities at APM. I could not have selected a better college. Courtney Brazel |  Bachelor of Business (Event Management).

Living in Sydney

Sydney is a vibrant, dynamic and accessible city waiting to be explored. It offers everything from a great outdoors life-style from surfing to bushwalking, to simply enjoying the spectacular sea-scapes or relaxing in stylish cafes, bars and restaurants. Sydney has over 70 beaches and is bordered by National Parks including the famous world-heritage listed Blue Mountains. Its population draws from over 200 countries, so the city offers an amazing array of cultural experiences including food, music, festivals and exhibitions. In Sydney there is always something happening! Many students choose to live in student residences, shared apartments, or private residencies. If you’re interested in living with a local family and practising your English, then homestay accommodation is a great option. Read more information for international students.