Melbourne courses will be held at Queen’s College, University of Melbourne. Sydney courses will be held at New College, University of New South Wales.
- All colleges offer calm, focused, academic atmospheres with excellent facilities for students to work and to relax outside of classes.
- We recommend that you enroll as a residential student – this allows you both the benefit of experiencing college life first hand, and also to avoid hours of commuting to and from college!
- If you live close to the college or it is not convenient for you to be resident during your courses, you can also enroll as a day student.
New College, Sydney
New College is one of the residential colleges of the University of New South Wales. It is located in the suburb of Kensington on the main university campus, south of the city centre. Downtown Sydney is easily accessible by public transport, with buses running 24 hours a day.
Queen's College, Melbourne
Founded in 1888, Queen's College is a residential college of the University of Melbourne and one of the university’s largest.
The college is located right next to the main university campus, and is easily accessible by tram or bus from the city centre.
Lygon Street in Carlton is just a short walk away – renowned for its shops, restaurants and cafes, the area is a favourite haunt of students and academics alike.
There are plenty of shared bathrooms, showers and laundry facilities, and bedding and towels are provided.
We have a few rooms available for residential students who need to arrive the day before their courses begin – book early to avoid disappointment.
Queen's College accommodation
New College accommodation
- We always take health conditions and physical disabilities into consideration and we are happy to assist in any way we can.
- We may be able to organise rooms which are on the ground floor and near to your classrooms if required.
- Please contact our team to discuss any questions you may have, or to let us know how we can help you.
- The colleges provide mid-morning refreshments and lunch for all students, and breakfast for residential students only.
- Residential students usually eat out of college in the evenings, giving them the opportunity to take a break from their studies and explore the local cuisine options.
- The residential colleges are located close to popular centres for eating and entertainment – Kensington and Randwick (Sydney) and Carlton (Melbourne) are all full of great places to eat.
OSC enjoys a longstanding relationship with New College Sydney and Queen’s College Melbourne, and is in a fantastic position to make use of their resources. However, OSC is an independent company separate from all these institutions. OSC contracts with the institutions for the use of their facilities, but has no formal connection with either New College Sydney or Queen’s College Melbourne.