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Level Up Academy

Level 1, 51 Queen Street Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

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Why Melbourne for international students?

Australia is a popular tourist destination known for its natural beauty, multicultural communities, great food and wine, friendly people, and pleasant weather. Melbourne is a vibrant city that attracts both domestic and international students for its excellent study environment and lifestyle. Here are six reasons why you should consider studying in Melbourne:

1. Cosmopolitan:

Around 140 cultures are present in Melbourne, making it a diverse and welcoming environment for people from all over the globe. That is why Melbourne is generally considered the best place for international students in Australia.

2. Safe:

Melbourne ranks 9th globally for safety and has 'very high' security levels in various aspects. The city is generally friendly and welcoming but it's important to take standard precautions.

3. Easy to navigate:

Melbourne boasts an excellent tram and train system that makes travel to, from, and around the city very convenient. Moreover, trains and buses connect to the outer areas, making commuting even easier. In addition, plenty of taxis and ride-share vehicles are available, along with bike lanes and walking paths for those who prefer a more active mode of transportation.

4. Melbourne loves sport:

Melburnians love AFL, but there are plenty of other sports in Melbourne. You can watch Australian Open tennis, Melbourne Cup, Formula One Australian Grand Prix, Rip Curl Pro surfing, and Boxing Day Test cricket. You can also participate in various sports like rowing, soccer, dancing, table tennis, basketball, netball, golf, yoga, or martial arts. Cycling and walking through the parks and waterways are popular activities too.

5. Packed with arts and culture:

Melbourne, the cultural capital of Australia, offers a wide variety of theatre and opera performances, concerts, and festivals. The National Gallery of Victoria and the Melbourne Museum showcase world-class exhibitions. In addition, the city features beautiful Victorian-style architecture, iconic landmarks such as Flinders Street Station and the State Library Victoria, and vibrant street art.

6. Amazing cafes, restaurants and bars:

Melbourne has the highest number of cafes and restaurants per capita globally. Its culinary scene is diverse, serving cuisines from all over the world. Hidden laneway bars are also a fun discovery. Melburnians are passionate about coffee, and finding a quality caffeine fix is easy.

Welcome to our campus

We have modern facilities, including excellent classrooms, a computer lab, a library, a student lounge, and a student kitchen.

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