If you are living on campus, you should check-in on the Saturday or Sunday prior to the start of Orientation Week (O Week).
Once your travel details have been confirmed you must let us know whether you will arrive on the Saturday or Sunday.
Check-in time is: 02:00pm – 10:00pm
Check-out time is: 10:00am
For the alternative times please contact ICMS Reservations.
If you will be living on campus and are arriving more than 2 days prior to start of O Week (New students only) you can request to check-in to your on-campus accommodation early. There is a cost for early accommodation and it is subject to availability. Please contact email@example.com if you wish to arrive more than 2 days before O Week or prior to returning students check in.
Yes. O Week is compulsory for all new students and includes important sessions such as official enrolment and academic briefings, as well as a range of fun team-building activities and tours.
If you have requested to live on campus you will receive an Accommodation Offer email stating that your first or second preference has been successful and with full payment details. Once full payment has been received a confirmation email will be sent.
Rooms are equipped with a desk, wardrobe, heating, and wireless internet. All linen is provided and rooms are dusted and vacuumed once a week. Each floor is equipped with a kitchenette, common showers, toilets and ironing facilities. You will also receive residential support from the residential assistants, senior ICMS student leaders who live on campus.
Yes. All the students are provided with Internet access.
Yes, there is an RA team member onsite and available between 7:00PM – 9:00AM to provide our students with support and assistance. Additional assistance for all on campus emergencies is also provided by the House Manager.
Yes, have CCTV cameras installed within the building common areas, entry points and hallways, which operate 24 hours a day. Entrance to the property outside of office hours is only permitted to those with an authorised room keys and security passes. A manager on duty is scheduled every day and available until late in the evening.
On public transport the combined cost of travel from the airport to ICMS is approximately $30. From the airport, you will need to catch a train to Circular Quay, then take the ferry to Manly wharf, then catch a bus to ICMS. For more information on how to get to ICMS using public transport please visit the Sydney transit website www.131500.com.au
Collaroy Shuttle +61 29984-1420
North Side Shuttle +61 2 9401 4654 www.northsideshuttle.com
Beachside Shuttle +61 2 9982-2757 or +61 2 404 650 651
Shuttle buses need to be booked at least one week in advance. Please note that ICMS does not organise airport pickup for students.
No booking necessary, taxis are located outside the main entrance of both the international and domestic terminals. Taxis will accept cash, MasterCard and Visa. Tipping is not required and is done so at your own discretion. Ensure the driver turns on the meter immediately once your trip commences. You should expect to pay toll charges on top of your fare.
For more information on navigating around Sydney airport, flight information and maps of terminals please visit the Sydney airport website www.sydneyairport.com
At ICMS we ask all students to wear business attire to class. You will be given a copy of the ICMS business attire requirements before you arrive to ICMS. As a guideline you will be required to wear a full business suit with a jacket and pants (or skirt). Male student will be required to wear a business shirt and tie with business shoes and female students a neat blouse with business shoes to go with their suits.
Business attire is required for Orientation Week. Business pants/skirts, closed toed polished shoes, and business shirts and blouses (no jacket required) are acceptable. You will also be attending a number of team-building activities, so bring some good walking shoes and sports gear.
Yes. If you plan to work in Australia, you will need an Australian bank account. ANZ bank is the preferred bank of ICMS students. ANZ has an ATM (Automatic Teller Machine) on campus, a branch in Manly, and a dedicated support team for ICMS students. Students are able to transfer College fees directly from ANZ accounts. ANZ bank representatives are available on campus during orientation to assist you to set up an ANZ bank account.
Yes. All students coming to Australia are required to have Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC). This is a necessary step in obtaining your Australian student visa. ICMS can arrange your first year of coverage with our preferred provider. It is your responsibility to ensure that you maintain cover for the duration of your studies.
If you already have current Overseas Student Health Cover, a copy of your current membership is required prior to accepting your offer.
Norwegian, Swedish and Finnish students do not require Overseas Student Health Cover.
Study Abroad students will only receive cover for the duration of their studies.
There are two local supermarkets: 'Coles' and 'Aldi' located in the Manly CBD that are a 10min walk from the premises.
Manly & Shelly beaches are only a 5-7min walking distance from ICMS.
Local bus transportation to other attractions on the Northern Beaches is accessible just outside of ICMS campus (Darley Road). Public and Privately operated ferry transportation to the Sydney CBD is located just a 10 min walk from ICMS. Please ask at reception for maps, directions and timetables.
There is a variety of shops and restaurants located just a short walk from ICMS.
Please obtain a local guidebook from reception and enquire about any local discounts that may be available at participating outlets.
ICMS provides limited on-site car parking on a first come- first serve basis to those displaying a current ICMS parking permit. Please note that spaces are limited.
ICMS has expansive grounds for various sporting activities including tennis, football, basketball and netball. There is also a pool table and ping pong table in the student common area. ICMS students also have teams in local rugby, futsal and netball competitions. General fitness activities are often arranged like the swim club, surf club, zumba, yoga and bootcamp.