A great way to experience Australia, cultural study tours include visits to some of Sydney’s main cultural attractions and provide you with an opportunity to view Sydney from a local perspective.
Sydney hosts some of Australia’s premium attractions, many of which include dedicated learning centres.
Tour excursions include everything from visits to iconic Sydney landmarks to bushwalking, agriculture and country excursions, to city visits, beach and water activities.
A customised program can be tailored to suit your needs. You can create your own tailored tour experience, incorporating:
- professional development
- skill development
- English language courses
- teaching qualifications
- training in a range of courses
- on-site industry visits
- cultural site visits
The ideal way to see Australia, TAFE SWSi English language study tours combine English language lessons and exciting sight-seeing excursions!
You can develop your English language skills in class then practise your new skills while visiting some of Sydney’s most famous landmarks.
Internship tours provide real world experience for those looking to explore a particular industry. Many study tour students undertake an internship to gain relevant experience in a particular career, or to gain an insight into a particular industry to determine if they have an interest in the field.
Internships are an excellent way to begin building important connections that are essential for developing and maintaining a strong professional network.
Fees are based on the program length, academic content, selected activities and number of participants.
For more information about Study Tours call the SWSi Business Development Unit on 02 9827 8557.
“Our study tour was a happy journey. During our tour, we learnt about Australia’s
advanced technologies and enjoyed our studies. The teachers were helpful, patient,
well prepared and provided a quality study tour.”
Vocational School, China
“The flexibility demonstrated in the design of the whole program to suit our groups needs was exceptional and accommodating.”
Niels Brock Business College