The city you choose to study in will provide the backdrop to your daily experience. A dose of beauty can really make a difference when settling into a new city and coping with the stress of student life.
- CAPE TOWN
Cape Town is a favourite destination for international students seeking to experience South Africa’s unique culture. It’s a remarkably youthful city which has plenty offer for everyone like music, comedy, film, sports or general socializing. Also University of Cape Town is a high ranked at 145th in World University Rankings.
Edinburgh is renowned worldwide for its huge annual arts and comedy festival the Edinburgh festival. The rich literary past contributed to Edinburgh being named the first UNESCO City of Literature. The University of Edinburgh is a high ranked university at 17th in the world and the city is also home to Heriot Watt University also ranked within the global top 400.
Italy’s fashion capital, Milan simply shouts style. With fashion comes a strong spotlight on art and design, and Milan is not short of galleries and museums dedicated to style. Milan is also a financial hub, home of the Italian Stock Exchange, with a strong score for employer activity in the QS Best Student Cities Index. It’s a home to number of university such as Politecnico di Milano, University of Milano, and University of Milano Bicocca.
Sydney ranks within the world’s top five cities for students in the latest QS Best Student Cities index. Even though it’s an expensive city like most Australian cities, Sydney appeals to students and workers due to its attractive environment and climate. It has top universities like University of Sydney, University of New South Wales, and University of Western Sydney.
Vancouver is one of few cities in the world to offer skiing and beach lounging as same day activities with three ski hills within a short drive of downtown Vancouver. Vancouver leading university is the University of British Columbia ranked at 49th in the world.