The University of Sydney Australia

About The University of Sydney

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Founded as the first university in Australia in 1850, The University of Sydney is consistently ranked in the top 50 universities worldwide. The University of Sydney provides excellent employment opportunities for international students and is not only ranked #1 in Australia for graduate employment, but is #4 worldwide! 

The University of Sydney offers more than 100 undergraduate degree options for international students, and provides a similarly wide range of postgraduate programmes designed for work-study. The university operates more than 90 world-class research centres and regularly conducts projects in partnership with world-leading firms such as Microsoft, GE and Qantas. Research institutes at the university include the Charles Perkins Centre, China Studies Centre, Confucius Institute and the Institute of Agriculture.

The University of Sydney has an international student community which will enable you to settle comfortably in the city, with over 25,000 enrolled students from overseas. Moreover, the university operates Australia’s largest study abroad exchange programme, meaning that international students can explore a variety of different foreign cultures by living abroad while pursuing their degrees. The university also offers multiple scholarships for international students requiring financial assistance. 

The University of Sydney constantly encourages international students to pursue innovative research and increased engagement between you and your faculty mentors to enable deeper learning. Aside from its primary 150-acre campus in Sydney’s Darlington neighbourhood, the university operates nine campuses and research facilities in and around the Sydney region. 

International students living in Sydney will have an endless list of activities to enjoy outside the classroom, from visiting iconic landmarks such as the Sydney Opera House to relaxing in the year-long sunshine outdoors in the seaside city. 

The University of Sydney offers courses across eight faculties:

  • Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences
  • Faculty of Engineering
  • Faculty of Medicine & Health
  • Faculty of Science
  • School of Architecture, Design & Planning
  • University of Sydney Business School
  • Conservatorium of Music
  • Sydney Law School

Courses at The University of Sydney

There are 483 courses listed from The University of Sydney. These are displayed below in alphabetical order:

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