The University of Sydney, founded in 1850, has an international reputation for outstanding teaching and research excellence.
Top-level academics and students come here from around the world to research and study across the broadest range of disciplines in Australia, from the most theoretical to the most applied. We are committed to finding the best in people of potential from all social backgrounds.
Sydney is ranked among the world’s top 40 universities (UK Times Higher Education Supplement, October 2008), with its humanities teaching and research ranked in the top 20.
Sydney plays a major role in the local, national and international communities. In fact the University has an impact on the lives of those who never enter its classrooms or laboratories as academics or students. Its award-winning researchers are leaders in addressing issues that impact everyone in areas such as public health and environmental sustainability. The University contributes to Australia’s artistic life through its museums and cultural institutions and produces some of Australia’s top sportspeople.
- Global reputation
- International networks
- Commitment to quality
- Community links
Academic Programs :
Faculties & schools
Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
Architecture, Design and Planning
Economics and Business
Education and Social Work
Engineering and Information Technologies
Sydney Law School
Nursing and Midwifery
Sydney College of the Arts (Visual Arts)
Sydney Conservatorium of Music
Admission information :
There are various ways to make an application to the University of Sydney, depending on your status as a domestic or international student, as well as the type of study you want to do. Follow one of these links to access the information relevant to you.
Admissions information for Domestic students
The University admits applicants into its undergraduate degree courses twice each year. Large numbers of places and the full range of degree courses are available in March Semester. Applicants for March Semester are also assured of a wide range of units of study (subjects) upon enrolment.
Fewer courses are available in July Semester than in March, and fewer places are available in these courses. The courses which are offered in July Semester vary from year to year, and there will normally be a smaller choice of units of study (subjects) available.
You must apply through the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) to be considered for admission, whether you are seeking admission in March or July Semester.
Admission and enrolment for international students
Eligibility for admission
You will be considered for admission to the University of Sydney if you meet our minimum eligibility criteria.
Application Processing Fee
The University has introduced an Application Processing Fee (APF) for international applications
The Application Processing Fee (APF) is AUD$100, and is non refundable.