What is STEM education?
STEM is an acronym that describes research and learning in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. At the University of Sydney, we refer to it as STEMM which includes study in medicine as well. Studying STEMM courses will help you to develop the skills that many employers are looking for now, and into the future.
What can I do with a STEM degree?
The range of STEM careers is broad and diverse, from biomedical engineering and software development to psychology and accounting. Our graduates are leading varied and fulfilling careers - we've taught Australia’s first astronaut, an Antarctic explorer, a chief scientist and a Nobel laureate.
The future is looking bright for tech innovators and critical thinkers, and our degrees can help you get an edge over the competition.