Taylors College Sydney is a leading provider of pathways to the University of Sydney. Our pathways provide the ideal stepping stone to Australia’s most prestigious university. The University of Sydney offers more academic programs than any other Australian university.
You can choose from a range of start dates and course lengths. It depends on your academic level, when you’re available, and which degree you want to study. Study our High Achievers Preparation Program over 17 weeks or our Extended Foundation Program over 59 weeks.
Learn from inspirational teachers with lots of experience in teaching international students. Their engaging lessons help you develop stronger independent learning and critical thinking skills. This helps you make a seamless transition to your chosen degree.
Taylors College Sydney is in the suburb of Waterloo. It's 20 minutes on the bus from the centre of Sydney and three kilometres from the University of Sydney. The University’s staff often visit the Taylors College campus. They come to talk about courses and university life.
Discover a range of facilities and services to support your success. You'll find telescopes for astronomy and studios for art and design. Services include the industry-leading learning system, Study Smart and an extensive library collection. And personal counsellors are on hand to talk about anything that’s on your mind.
*Upon successful completion of your chosen pathway
More than 93%* of Taylors College Sydney students progressed from a pathway program (USFP and HAPP) to the University of Sydney.
*Based on 2016 progression rates
Our purpose-built campus gives you everything you need to succeed in your studies and make the most of your time with us.
At Taylors College Sydney, you’ll learn from academics who know what it takes to achieve success at the University of Sydney.
Your needs are our top priority. We have everything in place to look after your interests while you’re living away from home.
Study at Taylors College Sydney for the best chance of becoming a student at Australia’s first and most prestigious university.