Study in Adelaide: exciting adventures, friendly faces & a buzzing culture.
Adelaide is located on the coastline in the middle of South Australia and is a vibrant city offering all the advantages of larger cities without the inconveniences. It is affordable, transport efficient, clean and green with an excellent array of accommodation choices.
Adelaide offers a comparatively low cost of living (about 20% less than larger cities in Australia) along with a culturally rich and dynamic feel, as well as being a safe and pleasant environment to reside in. Friendly, helpful people make it the ideal destination for an enriching study experience. It is a multicultural city with over a hundred different ethnic communities from all over the world.
Adelaide provides the best of everything to balance your studies with recreation activities including theatres, music, shopping, swimming, sailing and surfing at clean and sun kissed beaches.
Adelaide has the greatest number of restaurants per capita in Australia, as well as beautiful and historically significant wineries, zoos and walking trails within an hours travel from the CBD. The passionate dining culture surrounding the city makes Adelaide the ideal location to learn the art of hospitality.
Adelaide enjoys a Mediterranean climate with warm, dry summers and cool, wet winters. The temperature ranges from 25 degrees to 35 degrees in summer, to 10 degrees to 15 degrees in winter.
Our Adelaide campus includes a range of training rooms and facilities that students have access to. The training rooms are used for the theoretical part of our training. The campus also has a Training Bar & Restaurant which is equipped with everything you need to learn for the practical side of hospitality. It includes a fully operational coffee machine, a fully equipped bar and training restaurant boasting new cutlery, crockery, glassware and linen. There is a kitchen/wet area located on the lower level used exclusively by students, which comprises of tea and coffee-making facilities, a fridge for food and beverage storage, a microwave and snack machine.
Located within a two minute walk of our Sydney and Adelaide campuses are a variety of hotels, cafes and restaurants offering a diverse range of cuisine. Students can also explore fresh produce at local markets and enjoy plenty of large shopping malls.
Quality Training & Hospitality College has a range of venues for theoretical and practical learning. We are aligned with the Adelaide Zoo in South Australia for hands-on training.
Pulteney Street Campus, Adelaide
Main Adelaide campus with a range of classroom and learning facilities based in the CBD.
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