Sydney or Melbourne for university?

I'm looking into studying in Syndey or Melbourne, Australia for a year. I would be going through Arcadia University and studying International Buisness. Which city is better for me? Some things I would like to experience: cultural people, surfer boys, jobs for university students and more

Asked By: NikCage - 12/15/2012
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Arcadia university? They are clearly some private educational institution. I've never heard of them, and I've worked in academia in both Sydney and Melbourne for over 25 years. Make sure you don't get ripped off by these people... More
Answered By: OzNana - 12/15/2012
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Sydney is the biggest city in Australia and as well as having all the art galleries, theatres, restaurants and museums you could want it also has dozens of surf beaches and a strong surf culture with more surfer boys than you can dream of. It seems that Arcadia is a university shop that gets you into one of the major... More
Answered By: tentofield - 12/15/2012
Oh sweetie, Melbourne is the much better option. It is a really large city and the best and most beautiful in Australia and has heaps of job opportunities. Melbourne is renowned as the capital of culture in Australia. If you want cultural experiences like museums, galleries, exhibitions and much more like music, arts... More
Answered By: Jennis - 12/15/2012
This question has already been answered pretty well. Melbourne has more culture than you can poke a stick at with all the art galleries and museums and festivals you could want, as well as the best universities in Australia. The best surfing is along the Great Ocean Road which is about an hour and a half away from... More
Answered By: idontplank - 12/15/2012
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