As a leading pathway provider for almost 30 years, we have successfully prepared thousands of students for university in Australia. Our specialist approach combines small class sizes, experienced teachers and close academic guidance to support students in academic preparation for university.
Eynesbury offers the most comprehensive range of pathway programs in South Australia, which provides maximum flexibility in assisting students to gain entry to their chosen degree pathway and in preparing them for academic success at University.
Job Search/Job Interview Skills Workshops are scheduled frequently to assist those seeking part-time employment. On completion of a workshop, the Student Experience Coordinator can assist students to complete their resume and provide guidance regarding job sources. In addition to our in-house volunteering opportunities, students can venture out into the broader community to enhance their real Adelaide experience by contributing to the community and a range of non-profit organizations through regularly scheduled activities or events volunteering in the breaks.
Students can keep up to date with events and activities by joining the Eynesbury Facebook site, viewing regular email information, checking the notice boards and meeting with the Student Experience Coordinator on campus. The Student Experience Coordinator can assist student with adapting to the local way of life by supporting students to find out local information such as places of worship or how to apply for a driver’s licence.
Eynesbury now has a purpose built environmentally friendly student residence available to students who are under 18 years of age and are studying a program with Eynesbury. Eynesbury Homeaway aims to provide a 'home away from home' for international students just 3 kilometres from the city centre of Adelaide.
Eynesbury has two campuses, both located in the centre of Adelaide city, near the Chinatown and Central Market precinct. It’s a short walk, or a free tram ride, to both The University of Adelaide and University of South Australia. Our modern, purpose built Coglin Street campus is home to our English language, Diploma and Foundation Studies programs, while our Franklin Street campus is for our Senior High School.
Students can join in a range of UniSA and the University of Adelaide sporting and social clubs, a great way to develop a network of friends and become involved in the community. Basketball Buddies, a variety of soccer clubs and other informal student groups have developed to suit students who don’t wish to commit to a full sporting program.