University of Sydney

The University of Sydney aims to create a place where the best researchers and most promising students can achieve their full potential.

Student life offers a vibrant and exciting range of opportunities outside the classroom. The University has over 200 clubs and societies to join, many bars and cafes, and sporting complexes.

Join the University of Sydney and discover why they are number one in Australia and fourth in the world for graduate employability in the QS Graduate Employability Rankings, and have 13 disciplines ranked amongst the top 20 in the QS 2016/17 Subject Rankings.

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Entry requirements for University of Sydney

To be offered a place students need to meet the academic requirements and be selected in competition with other eligible applicants. They will also need to meet English language proficiency requirements and any specified additional criteria, such as an audition, interview, test or presentation of a portfolio.

Admission to undergraduate courses is normally on the basis of the ATAR or equivalent. If students have completed more than one recognised secondary qualification they will generally be considered on their most recent results. If their only qualification is an Australian Year 12 qualification, students can apply on the basis of that qualification.

If students have completed at least one full-time year of study at Bachelor degree level or higher at a recognised educational institution, they will generally be considered on their results from those studies. Full-time study is considered to be the achievement of 48 credit points or more at the University of Sydney, or its equivalent at another tertiary institution.

If students have completed a Diploma or Associate Diploma, the results of these studies may be considered if they are relevant to the course for which they are applying.

If students are older than 21 and did not start university straight from school they may be eligible for the Mature-Age Entry Scheme.

Transfering your previous study credits

If students have already completed some tertiary study they may be eligible for limited credit for relevant subjects or for entry to the second or later year/s of their degree program. Second year entry is not available for some courses. For more information see http://sydney.edu.au/students/credit-for-previous-study.html. The University will generally determine advanced standing applicants after enrolment.
CampusAddress
Camden 425 Werombi Road CAMDEN NSW 2570
Camperdown/Darlington 160 City Road CAMPERDOWN NSW 2006
Cumberland Student Central (Cumberland) LIDCOMBE NSW 2141
Mallett Street 88 Mallett Street CAMPERDOWN NSW 2006
Surry Hills Level 6, 2 Chalmers Street SURRY HILLS NSW 2010
Sydney Conservatorium of Music Greenway Building SYDNEY NSW 2000

2017 University of Sydney Scholarships

The scholarships listed below have been sourced from University of Sydney for 2017.
Please select one of the drop down options to see the available scholarships.

Description
Eligibility Applicants must: be pharmacy students entering their fourth year; have a credit average over the first 3 years of study; demonstrate financial disadvantage; and have a proven interest in community pharmacy as demonstrated by employment in a pharmacy for a minimum of 1 year.
Annual amount $5,000
Application closing date
Support types Equity Scholarship,
Level of study Undergraduate,
Gender Co-Ed
Frequency of offer Annual
Length of support 1 years
Field of study
  • Pharmacy

2018 The University of Sydney Ratings and Rankings

These ratings for The University of Sydney were published in The Good Universities Guide 2018. Data is sourced from graduates four months post-graduation and other public sources.


Top 20% in AUS

Outside top 20% in AUS

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Rating Types University Ratings Field of Study Ratings
Social Equity 7.00%
Staff Qualification 82.00%
Student Demand
L: 0% M: 55% H: 45%
Student Retention 7.00%
Student:Teacher Ratio 17:1
Learner Engagement 60.30%
Learning Resources 81.00%
Overall Experience 76.40%
Skills Development 79.40%
Student Support 58.70%
Teaching Quality 79.60%
Full-Time Employment 70.40%
Starting Salary $56,000
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