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29 September 2021

What exactly does it take to launch a startup?

This year’s Sydney Innovation Festival features an outstanding line-up of panellists from Australia’s best innovators and startups. If you have an idea in mind, or want a taste of innovation, we have rounded up the top 3 sessions you should attend.

28 September 2021

How studying at Sydney unlocks opportunities for international students

From launching successful companies to driving public health initiatives, these international student alumni have shown that studying at Sydney can take your career in unexpected directions.

28 September 2021

Imposter syndrome: what is it and how to overcome it?

Studying at university can sometimes incite feelings of inadequacy in students. Combine that with remote learning and the stresses of lockdown, it's no surprise that some students may suffer from what's known as imposter syndrome.
28 September 2021

What is the cost of studying at University as an international student?

Being an international student at the University of Sydney opens you up to a world of opportunities and invaluable connections. We’re excited to welcome you and give you a university experience with a Sydney difference.
21 September 2021

How to write a winning Graduate Medal nomination

Do you know a recent graduate or final year student that has demonstrated exceptional leadership or innovation in any aspect of their lives? Pay it forward and nominate them for a Graduate Medal.

21 September 2021

How our students in China celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival

Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the largest celebrations of the Chinese calendar. Hear from our students in China as they tell us what they do to celebrate the occasion and get ready for some mouth-watering mooncakes.

14 September 2021

Invisible disabilities: they are more common than you think

This year’s theme for Disability Inclusion Week (20 – 24 September) is Invisible Disabilities. PhD student Stephanie Mantilla and first-year student Katie Barton reflect on their experiences studying and living with invisible disabilities.  

07 September 2021

TalkCampus app: reviewed by your fellow students

A mobile app to support mental health might seem a little abstract. How does it work, and how can TalkCampus help? We asked our peer support advisers to walk us through the app and share their experience.  

06 September 2021

R U OK? It's never a bad time to ask

One of the biggest impacts of the COVID-19 situation has been its effects on mental health. It has never been more important to ask 'R U OK?' and the University is hosting several events this week in recognition of this.