Barton International College (BIC) is a boutique ELICOS college set up with an objective to provide you with a premium educational experience. Favourably situated in the Sydney CBD precinct with easy access to transport, shopping malls, trendy cafes and bars.
We offer a range of English courses that have been carefully designed to benefit you. We are tailor made for students who are seeking a quality academic experience, personal level of service in a caring, relaxed atmosphere with supportive professional staff who will help you achieve your academic goals.
The college has modern facilities, free Wi-Fi and high- end Apple computers in the student common area to meet the expectations of contemporary international students.
BIC has a reputation for delivering quality ELICOS programs. We have qualified native English speaking teachers with expertise in ELICOS program delivery, who are passionate about teaching and engaging international students in an exciting multicultural learning environment as our students come from all over the world to enrol in our range of ELICOS programs.
Barton International campus is very well located in the heart of Sydney CBD.
Meet our Team
Jaqueline Jacquier Digital Media Manager
Anna Nguyen Marketing Manager | Asia & Europe Anna has a Master of Business Administration M.B.A (International Management) degree from Federation University Australia (former Monash University & UB). She has…
Johnny Kim Regional Marketing Manager (Korea) After living Australia for about a year on working holiday visa, I realised how beautiful meeting people from diverse cultures was. I started working…
Salmeit Kaur (Admissions Officer)
Haruko Livingtson (Student Services Officer)
Jacqueline Doyle (General English Teacher)
Sebastien Chevalier (General English Teacher) Teaching for me is all about the students – they make the class. It is my responsibility to help students define how they want to…
Lucia Avanzini (General English Teacher) What I love most about teaching is that it’s never boring. Who says learning can’t be fun? That’s what I try to bring into my…