Sydney Campus

George Street Campus

Our second campus is right in the heart of Sydney, at 600 George Street.

Just across the road from Town Hall station and Event Cinema, this Spanish Mission-style building has old world charm. The former Plaza Theatre (1930) now has five floors, a bar, and a built-in McDonalds.

The SSBT college occupies the second floor. Along with many other courses, the advanced courses, BSB51415 Diploma of Project Management and BSB61015 Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management, are run there.

Students can access this campus from 8:30am until 9:00pm.


CBD Campus

Level 2, 600 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000

How to get there

  • A minute walk from Townhall station
  • 10 – 20 minutes by train from most of the suburbs


Getting to 600 George Street. Take the train to Town Hall station from the Airport line. Pay with debit card or cash.
The campus is 1 minute’s walk from Town Hall and has access to all city circle stations.
Or catch a bus from the major bus stations at Town Hall or Central Station.
Light rail also connects the CBD – George St campus is closest to Town Hall. You can take it to Randwick or Kingsford. (See map) Travel to the inner west, with stops of Pyrmont, Glebe, Rozelle, Leichhardt (great eateries), out to Dulwich Hill.
You can elect to use Uber drivers or a taxi to go to any point.
George Street campus is also only a 15-minute train trip from Circular Quay and all Sydney Harbour ferries.


•  Wi-Fi internet access
•  Common rooms
•  Modern and spacious classrooms


Study right in the hub of Sydney, where you can go out, dine, shop and socialise all within a city block
Play air hockey, foosball and table tennis with new friends
Celebrate religious festivals and special occasions with us and your classmates
Take a fun excursion to places like Luna Park, Randwick Races or Bondi Beach, all accessible by cheap public transport.

Surrounding Area

Sydney CBD has something for everyone.
From the Great Synagogue (Castlereagh St), which is a fine example of gothic architecture and still used for Jewish prayer, to buzzy cafés and fashion shops along Pitt Street mall, you won’t be short of a new experience to enjoy.

Event Cinemas are across the road from the campus.
Day off? Take a special trip to Taronga Zoo on the Taronga ferry from Circular Quay and be rewarded with a wildlife oasis. Or take a 25-minute bus ride to feed the black swans at Centennial Park, with a picnic to enjoy among the hectares of grass.


Our classrooms contain all the features expected of a modern learning environment. Bright rooms,
with multimedia projectors and comfortable furniture will make studying a pleasure. And with easy
Wi-Fi access in all of our rooms you will find it easy to stay connected. We want to make sure our
students can study in peace, so we make sure all of our rooms have ample space to accommodate
even large numbers of students but not so huge that you can’t hear the trainer.

Recreation Area

It’s important to study hard, but its important to wind down as well. Chill out with your mates in our
recreation area. Play a game of foosball or billiards, chat with friends or work on some of your own
extracurricular activities. The rec area is your space, a space for all students to share and come
together. Making new friends can be one of the more difficult parts of moving abroad, which is why
we encourage our students to get involved in the rec area activities and meet new people. Many of
our students make lasting friendships with people from all over the world.