Lexis Manly in Sydney welcomes 19 new students on this sparkling, sunny Monday morning. It’s wonderful to have you with us to learn English!
Lexis Sydney’s new starters join more than one hundred others who are here from all over the world, to make new friends as they learn English and experience life in Australia.
A warm welcome to
- Recep Anil, Oguz Can, Suleyman, Ali, Atakan, Ahmet Bedir, Can Ahmet, Metin and Erdinc – who are all from Turkey.
- Tarek from Germany
- Carolina from Colombia
- Kristyna from Czech Republic
- Alexsandr and Nikita, both from Russia
- Nao from Japan
- Paulina, Karina, and Andrea who are from Chile, and
- Matheus from Brazil.
To help our international students settle in, we’ve put together a handy guide that answers the top 7 questions new students ask about setting up life in Australia.
The guide covers topics such as
- How to apply for an Australian Tax File Number
- Where to find accommodation
- How to open a bank account
- Where to look for work
- How to get around Sydney
- What to do if personal items are lost on public transport
To access news from your home country in multiple languages you can visit the SBS Television and Radio (Special Broadcasting Service, Australia).
Want to know more about Lexis Manly in Sydney?
Lexis Sydney is situated in Manly on the traditional lands of the Guringai people. Overlooking the world famous surf breaks of Manly Beach, it is the only English language school in Sydney with a beach front location!
The school provides high quality education experiences in Elementary English, IELTS Preparation, Cambridge FCE and Cambridge CAE. The average class size is 10 and the school can accommodate approximately 120 students. Open 12 hours a day Monday – Friday, Lexis Sydney has plenty of day and evening study options to choose from.
Manly is a vibrant seaside holiday destination, a short 15-minute ferry ride across the iconic harbour from Sydney City. It also provides easy access to Sydney’s spectacular Northern Beaches, the historic Hawkesbury River, as well as the beautiful Garigal and Kur-in-gai Chase National Parks. Activities in these locations include kayaking, river boat tours, picnicking and walking areas, tours of Aboriginal cultural sites and some very popular horse riding and mountain bike trails.