IES College Campuses
IES consists of two (2) campuses, located within walking distance of each other in Spring Hill.
495 Boundary Street Campus
The original IES campus is located at 495 Boundary Street, it consists of eight (8) levels. The campus includes: numerous classrooms, computer labs and science labs, as well as 2 large lecture theatres. It also has student lounge areas, with kitchen facilities, quiet and group study areas, prayer and music rooms. This campus is currently undergoing some renovations.
433 Boundary Street Campus
The newest addition to IES, and now the main hub, this campus is located on the corner of Boundary and Water streets. The Ground Floor offers: 11 classrooms, 2 computer labs, resources / library facilities, an art gallery, numerous quiet and group study areas, as well as a student lounge area with kitchen and cafe facilities. It is also home to the main reception for this campus. The First Floor consists of: 4 lecture theatres, 5 classrooms, an art gallery, resources / library space, as well as numerous quiet and group study areas. It also includes one of IES' corporate hubs, which is home to the General Manager, IES Accounts, Enrolments, Student Services and HR teams and IT Manager. The Second Floor consists of: 2 lecture theatres, numerous classrooms and study spaces, as well as a large presentation space and VBE rooms. It also includes the other IES corporate hub, which is home to the Managing Director and the IES Digital and Marketing teams.
Students at IES College have the opportunity to experience the Australian lifestyle, which is regarded as one of the best in the world. In the 2017 QS Best Student Cities index, Brisbane was ranked number as 20th in the world and 3rd in Australia. With one of the highest student ratios of any city in the index, our students enjoy both a multicultural and diverse educational experience and environment.
As a multicultural state, Queensland celebrates its diversity with many festivals throughout the year, including Paniyiri, a Greek festival; Lunar New Year; and Queensland Multicultural Festival, a month-long festival showcasing diversity in beautiful Queensland!
As one of the biggest hubs in Queensland, Brisbane is a contemporary city. It has a wide range of restaurants, cafes, entertainment and arts precincts available for students to enjoy. Recognised as a green and sustainable city, Brisbane has numerous parks and gardens available in the CBD and surrounding suburbs for students to study.
With its near perfect climate, Queensland is one of the most attractive places to live in Australia. As such, Queensland has attracted more than 50 per cent of international tourists from a diverse range of countries to Australia. Brisbane has more than 250 days of sunshine each year, along with some mild winters, and is home to some of Australia's best beaches located at both the north and south sides of the city.
As an IES College student, you will have access to a variety of Brisbane-based activities such as horse riding, surfing, rock climbing, theme parks and city tours.