OSC holds its courses in Queens College, a fantastic residential college which is part of the University of Melbourne. The university was founded in 1835 and is the second oldest in Australia. In 2008, Melbourne became the second city after Edinburgh to be declared a UNESCO City of Literature. It has thrice shared top position in a survey by The Economist of the world's most liveable cities based on a number of attributes which include its broad cultural offerings.
Melbourne was founded in 1835; developing around the large natural bay of Port Phillip with its metropolitan hub, the Melbourne City Centre, located at the northernmost point of the bay - near the estuary of the Yarra River.
Melbourne is an international cultural centre, with cultural endeavours spanning major events and festivals, drama, musicals, comedy, music, art, architecture, literature, film and television.
Founded in 1888, Queen's College is a residential ollege of University of Melbourne and one of the university's largest.
Queen's College offers a calm, focused, academic atmosphere with excellent facilities for students to work and to relax outside of classes.
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.