Location and Facilities
Studying in Adelaide
Adelaide is a coastal city and is the capital of the state of South Australia (SA). It is home to more than 1.35 million people and is ranked as the fifth most populous city in the continent. and is composed of a diverse mix of immigrants from Europe and Asia. Adelaide is also known to give that Mediterranean vibe as it follows the same climate – long, very hot summers and then cold, snowless winters.
Adelaide is a major destination hub for over 35,000 international students. It is a perfect city for learners from abroad as the cost of living here is very affordable. Not to mention that its education system is one of the best in Australia with numerous world-class colleges and universities alongside many research institutes. One of those colleges is Queensford College in King William Street here in Adelaide.
South Australian Government provides transport concessions for international students on presentation of their formal student identification card. There are also two free services that serve the city and North Adelaide, which are Free City Connector and Free Tram. For more information: Transport
Specialised Training Campus Facilities
Queensford College’s School of Hospitality has just taken commercial cookery course delivery to a much higher level. The newly opened commercial kitchen facility is set to be the perfect stage for honing the skills and talents of aspiring chefs and cooks but also in bringing about the best learning experiences that create possibilities.
It is a fully-equipped professional kitchen fitted with state-of-the-art combi oven, two walk-in refrigerators, three (3) 2,000-liter freezers, and modern cooking utensils, and other appliances to stimulate a real-life commercial kitchen.
Class sizes are also kept small so that students are provided with adequate working space and undivided attention from the college’s industry-qualified trainers. Each student is allocated a workstation comprising of their own individual stove top, oven, fridge, and bench.
It’s important that you have access to the right people to help with any study enquiries, technical services, health care and overall general student support.