Career-Focused Higher Education

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. Strongly endorsed and supported by industry, the ICMS Industry Training program is key to the success of ICMS students with work placements built into all undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. Our network of industry partners includes leading organisations in Australia and globally who work with our placement team to provide students with invaluable industry insight and experience. In addition, with the support of these partners, ICMS awards multiple high value scholarships as part of the ICMS Scholarships Program.

The iconic traditional sandstone Northern Beaches Campus, affectionately called the "castle on the hill", offers sweeping views over Manly Beach, and contrasts with the modern, vibrant and centrally-located City Campus. Both offer spectacular study locations that would be hard to beat anywhere in the world.

ICMS offers everything that a traditional university could provide, such as sporting teams, student clubs, campus facilities and on and off campus accommodation, but at ICMS you will get the attention and learning supoort to succeed academically. With over 2000 students from more than 50 countries, ICMS offers a social and supportive student community in which students enjoy a diverse and personalised learning experience.

ICMS offers pathway programs through the Aspire Institute and the International Sport College of Australia (ISCA).