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24 September 2021

University of Sydney graduates named Australia's most employable

Graduates from the University of Sydney have been named the most employable in Australia and fourth globally, according to the 2022 QS Graduate Employability Rankings.
23 September 2021

High demand for Dubbo medical program

The new Dubbo-based Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree has received strong interest from aspiring doctors with a passion for rural practice, with construction of the new facilities on track to welcome students in 2022.
23 September 2021

Sydney student tackles master's degree from home in Delhi slum

Tushar Joshi has won the Sydney Scholars India Equity Scholarship, commencing a Master of International Relations. Due to COVID-19, he is studying remotely from the one-room home he shares with his family of four.
21 September 2021

First Peoples arts company shares unique insights with students

Moogahlin Performing Arts, the renowned Sydney First Peoples arts company, is in residence in the Department of Theatre and Performance Studies enabling students to observe the process of fine-tuning a script with actors.
14 September 2021

University awards record number of India Scholarships

The University of Sydney has awarded more than $500,000 in scholarships under a scheme that aims to discover India's future leaders.

13 September 2021

Sydney University's Master of Management ranked first in Australia

The University of Sydney Business School has ranked first in Australia in two recent global rankings of the Master of Management program.
02 September 2021

Civic engagement strongest in young from culturally diverse families

Civic engagement - one of the Sydney Policy Lab's guiding principles - is higher in people from younger, multicultural backgrounds, a new poll shows.
02 September 2021

2021 Eureka Prize finalists announced

Two academics from the Faculty of Science and Faculty of Medicine and Health have been named as Eureka Prize finalists in recognition of their innovative research into solar-cell technology and 3D imaging.
30 August 2021

Peer Study Program gives students in China a taste of campus life

A face-to-face learning program is helping Sydney's international students cope with the challenges of remote study.

30 August 2021

University appoints new Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor

Professor Annamarie Jagose, current Executive Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and Pro-Vice-Chancellor (University Schools), has been appointed the University of Sydney's Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor.