The International College of Management, Sydney
The International College of Management, Sydney (ICMS) is an award-winning higher education institution with campuses in Manly and Sydney’s business district. Founded in 1996, ICMS is a leader in career-focused, quality education and offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses that are regulated and recognised in the same manner as all public universities in Australia.
The ICMS applied learning and teaching philosophy delivers a student experience that is both relevant and contemporary to the workplace. ICMS academic faculty educators have extensive industry experience, high-level qualifications and a passion for teaching. All ICMS courses allow flexibility to follow your individual strengths and passions.
ICMS attracts the brave and ambitious – students who are determined to succeed in the workforce as management leaders. We do all that we can to help them get there. In addition to formal study we offer our students academic and personal support services, a lively social scene with opportunities to network with their peers, and vital industry training that introduces them to their professional future. Students come to our stunning Manly campus from across the globe. This international learning environment adds a global context to the classroom experience, preparing students for future international careers.
We are proud of our robust alumni community, our industry partners and affiliates. Our community is one of professionalism, support, and innovation. Welcome to ICMS.
Our Northern Beaches campus has a prestigious history as the former site of St Patrick’s Seminary. The ICMS building with its Gothic style and romantic central bell tower holds a commanding position overlooking the azure of Sydney Harbour and the Pacific Ocean. Often the site of high profile weddings and filmmaking, members of the public are also welcome as guests on campus. The public are invited to dine with us in our exquisite dining hall where they will be served by our hospitality students. This is another way that our students learn through practical experience.
Our City Campus is located in the heart of the Sydney’s busy business district and offers students a modern, convenient, executive-style study experience.
There is so much to get involved in while studying at ICMS and there is a club or association for everyone. You can even start your own club or association on campus if you see an opportunity, just visit the Student Experience Team to discuss your idea. Some of our current clubs and associations include:
Asian Students Association
The ICMS Asian Association aims to bring all Asian students closer together and offers a support network for them. They share the Asian culture at ICMS through hosting regular activities and through letting us sample their amazing cuisine, music and social events.
European Students Association
The ICMS European Association is a student initiative which aims to strengthen the social network for European students studying at ICMS and provide a forum for them. They share their culture with ICMS students through cuisine, beverages, music and social events throughout the year.
The ICMS Melody Club meets on a regular basis to practise their vocals and to rehearse for one of the many upcoming events the choir participates in. Some events have previously included graduation ceremonies, corporate functions, cocktail parties and social gatherings.
ICMS Sport regularly enter teams to represent ICMS in a variety of competitions, both internally and externally. ICMS participates frequently in: Touch Rugby, Netball, Basketball, Beach Volleyball, Table Tennis and Futsal. All sports are run by the ICMS Student Experience Team.
ICMS offers students on-campus as well as off-campus Accommodation Options. Remember to book well in advance to avoid disappointment.
If you don’t choose ICMS accommodation and choose to stay with family, a share house (read:Things you need to know before moving into a share house), or even your own apartment. One thing to remember is that Sydney is a big city and traffic can be an issue, so you should not live too far away from your campus – especially if you have early morning lectures.
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