Sydney is Australia's oldest and biggest city.

Most of Sydney's principal attractions lie within easy reach of the city centre. Obviously, the famous harbour is its centrepiece, but the city also has a wide-ranging cultural life, dynamic food scene and vibrant cityscape of outstanding contemporary and colonial architecture.

Weather in Sydney

Sydney has a sunny climate with mild winters and warm summers. During summer, average temperatures range from 18.6-25.8ºC. In winter, average temperatures drop between 8.8-17ºC.

The weather in Sydney can be hot in Summer and sometimes verges on the tropical, with high humidity. Winter is mild.


Public transport is by ferry, train and bus, and MIT Sydney Campus is situated next to one of the central railway and bus hubs, Town Hall. Sydneysiders will tell you that the best way to see the harbour is to catch one of the commuter ferries from Circular Quay.

Cost of living

The cost of living depends upon a student's background, individual lifestyle and expectations. However, most students manage on approximately $24,505 per year. This is exclusive of tuition fees and lifestyle expenses but covers accommodation, food, public transport clothing, entertainment, books, stationery and incidental expenses.

At MIT you’ll experience great teaching in a supportive environment. And you’ll graduate with the skills you need to succeed.

Call our friendly student services team today to discuss your learning journey on +61 3 8600 6700.