Adelaide

  • SACE South Australian College of English

    The South Australian College of English (SACE Adelaide) is located in one of Adelaide’s historic buildings in the city centre.  This campus was established and accredited in 1987, making it a proud leader in English language training.  SACE Adelaide is proud of its worldwide reputation for excellence gained through many years of experience.

    Adelaide is a modern, multicultural and friendly city offering a wonderful lifestyle for students.  Known as the gateway to the outback, this diverse city...

Small but spacious and easy to navigate, Adelaide is an ideal location for an English Language Course abroad providing an intimate but varied experience. There is something for every student from the beautiful surroundings to the bustling night time scene.

Morning, noon and night there is a wealth of cafes and social spaces to be explored. This cafe-style culture makes the city a friendly and vibrant place to meet new people.

When you are not busy studying, experience the vast beauty of Australia in the city’s rural parklands, on the sandy beaches and in the rolling hills and valleys that surround it.

Famous worldwide for its wine, Adelaide is also close to miles of vineyards where wonderful wines can be tasted and discovered. A short drive and ferry ride away will also lead you to Kangaroo Island with stunning wildlife and breathtaking sunsets.

To the north of the city, you will find out about Adelaide’s cultural heritage and history with its iconic mansions, cinemas and a mix of Asian/Australian cuisine. It is here that you will also enjoy boutique shops and independent businesses run by local people.

Visit the Adelaide Oval, considered the world’s prettiest cricket ground, which hosts domestic and international matches. It is also home to the Bradman Collection of memorabilia associated with the great batsman, Don Bradman. Relax in the Botanic Gardens, with its 1877 palm house, water lily pavilion, recreation of a tropical rainforest and museum of economic botany.  And check out the city’s Central Market, an excellent food market with over 250 stalls.

The Art Gallery of South Australia houses a permanent collection of Australian, Aboriginal, Torres Strait Island and Asian art, as well as some European and North American art and touring exhibitions. The biennial Adelaide Festival of dance, drama, opera and theatre performances alternates with the Festival of Ideas which brings together the world’s leading thinkers for lectures and conversation.

The biggest charm of Adelaide besides its relaxed and free-spirited people is in the diversity of the landscape.

Retaining a native wildness and blending it with the cosmopolitan makes it one of the most liveable places in the world. Forget a short visit, Adelaide might just win your heart forever.