Our Bachelor of Science courses offers a choice of more than 40 majors, programs and streams. You can study anything from food and agribusiness, animal and veterinary bioscience and psychology to nanoscience, chemistry and computer science.
We also offer international exchange opportunities, field work trips and there are loads of student clubs and activities you can be a part of!
A recent report predicts that by 2030 our workforce will spend 77% more time using maths and science skills1. This means that science degrees will arm you with skills that will be in-demand now and in the future!
Our researchers are leaders in their field and are regularly recognised in a range of awards (Eureka Prizes, NSW Premier’s Prize and Australian Academy of Science awards just to name a few). The best part? You will learn from and work alongside these amazing researchers if you study with us!
And we're ranked 12th in the world2. This means there's no better place in Australia better to study the veterinary sciences!
The University of Sydney was recently ranked #1 in Australia and 4th in the world for graduate employability3. You read that right – number 4. In the world.
We’re also home to the new Mathematical Research Institute, which will bring mathematicians from all over the world to Australia to do research.
Some of the best science is done in the real-world, so while we boast state-of-the-art laboratories you’ll get to experience a range of opportunities outside the lab too!
You’ll also develop highly valued skills in communication and teamwork, opening the door to an almost limitless range of employment opportunities.
If you’re a high-achieving student, our Dalyell Scholars program has been tailored for you. It will allow you to undertake new challenges – including exposure to cutting-edge research – to enable you to maximise your intellectual growth and potential.
Study and learn in our world-class facilities, including the Charles Perkins Centre for diabetes, obesity and cardio-vascular disease to the Centre for Carbon, Water and Food at Camden and Australia’s best veterinary teaching hospitals, to the world-leading laboratories of the Sydney Nanoscience Hub – the only facility of its type in the southern hemisphere.
1The New Work Smarts: Thriving in the New Work Order, The Foundation for Young Australians, Melbourne, Australia, 2017
2QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020
3 QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020
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