From cradle to cap… the Orange Region has it covered!

The Orange Region is fast becoming a centre of excellence for educational services. From affordable, accessible childcare to a wide variety of primary, secondary and tertiary options – the region has it covered from cradle to cap.


The Orange Region boasts 2 major tertiary institutions, 7 secondary, 13 public primary and 5 independent schools. This makes the Orange Region a true centre for education excellence and provides broad employment opportunities for quality educators and support staff. It also attracts professional families to the city as they see the benefits of a quality education in a beautiful regional city.


The region is well serviced by outstanding public, private and religious schools. Excellent tertiary education is now also a feature of the region with the introduction of the Orange campus of Charles Sturt University, TAFE NSW and the medical school at Orange Health Service.

Tapping Into the Specialities in the Region

Students can study an increasing array of undergraduate subjects along with honours, post graduate and research higher degrees in the Orange Region.


Undergraduate courses include a range of health, science and agricultural degrees. Popular offerings include Allied Health and Pharmacy, Medical Science and Dentistry, Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health, Agricultural and Wine Sciences, Animal and Veterinary Sciences, Environmental Science and Outdoor Recreation, and Exercise and Sports Sciences.


Further learning is offered in Business, Communication and Creative Industries, Engineering, Humanities, Social Work and Human Services, Information Technology, Computing and Mathematics, Information and Library Studies, Psychology, Science, Theology and Islamic Studies.


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The Orange Region is situated within the traditional lands of the Wiradjuri Nation. We acknowledge the traditional custodianship of these lands, and pay our respect to the Wiradjuri people for their care and stewardship of these lands for more than 40,000 years and to the Elders of the Wiradjuri Nation past, present and future.