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PSC on the move

05 Feb 2020

PSC on the move Image

The Photography Studies College (PSC) will soon relocate from Southbank to the Montague Precinct as the site of its former home prepares to be redeveloped into a new hotel and commercial office tower.

Having long called 63-69 City Rd in Southbank home, the tertiary institution is preparing to open a new facility at 37-47 Thistlewhaite St in the Montague Precinct in time for the 2020 school year.

Serviced by the 96 and 109 tram routes, PSC’s new position within the Fishermans Bend urban renewal area will serve it well within a precinct which is touted by the state government as a future hub for the creative industries.

The new facility will feature new flexible tutorial rooms, state-of-the-art studios, a library, breakout study spaces and a café.

Its former home at City Rd will soon be redeveloped by Malaysian-based integrated hospitality asset owner and developer Cornerstone Partners Group (CPG) into a 30-storey tower comprising 244 hotel rooms and commercial office space.

For more information on PSC’s new campus read a full report in the March edition of Southbank News. For a sneak peak, watch PSC’s video at psc.edu.au/study-with-us/facilities/psc-2020-campus

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