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    University of Sydney in Australia
    University of Sydney in Australia

    University of Sydney in Australia 

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    Australia, New South Wales, Sydney

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    University RankQs World
    20

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    Here is all you need to know as an international student!

    University of Sydney in Australia

    University of Sydney in Australia

    Australia
    Australia, New South Wales, Sydney
    • Total Students
      73000
    • Total Programs
      701
    • University Rank
      20
    • Established year
      1850
    • Sector
      Public
    • Institution Type
      University
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    About University of Sydney in Australia

    Established in 1850, University of Sydney (USYD) is a public university located in Sydney, Australia. It has a global ranking of 20 for the year 2024 according to QS World University Rankings’ website.With a broad range of degree programs, it offers a unique academic and culturally immersive experience for international students.

    The University of Sydney was founded on the principle of giving everyone the opportunity to realize their potential through education and still holds that belief just as strongly today. Currently ranked 4th in the world, and 1st in Australia, for graduate employability, the University of Sydney is also consistently placed among the top 50 universities in the world. With a reimagined undergraduate curriculum, state-of-the-art facilities, world-class teaching and learning, and vibrant campus life, it is a place where students can attain widely recognized and respected qualifications.

    The University offers Australia‚ broadest range of disciplines and its research focuses on finding solutions to society‚biggest challenges. With more than 400 areas of study to choose from, students have the flexibility to follow their interests, broaden their skills, and pursue internship and global exchange opportunities. Outside the classroom, students can make lifelong friends and connections, with more than 200 student-run clubs and societies bringing the campus to life. The University of Sydney community ‚ which covers the world ‚ includes more than 50,000 students, 3400 academic staff, and 320,000 alumni. 

    Investing in the future The University has invested more than $1.5 billion in multidisciplinary initiatives in the last decade, to enable academic staff to improve the lives of people in Australia and around the world. Research is driven by the big picture. From combating the world‚deadliest diseases to inventing tiny devices that make a super-sized difference to computing, the University of Sydney excels in innovative collaboration. Supported by more than 90 research centers, researchers are finding solutions to the world‚greatest challenges ‚ and many others ‚by changing the way they look at them. 

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    How to apply for University of Sydney in Australia

    1. Choose a course

    Use our course search to browse our wide range of courses. Use the filters to search by degree level and area of interest, then click on a course to find out more about: 

    • what you'll study
    • admissions criteria
    • application deadlines
    • potential career paths. 

    You might want to bookmark the course page, as you'll be referring back to it as you prepare your application.

    Inherent requirements

    When choosing a course, you should see if it has any inherent requirements (this will be noted on the course page). These usually apply for courses that are preparing you for a career where you will be working closely with people or animals.

    They aren't assessable admissions criteria, but are required for you to successfully complete the course. Researching the inherent requirements will allow you to make an informed decision about the course/career.

    2. Check your eligibility

    For all courses, you will need to demonstrate that you: 

    • meet our English language requirements. If you have completed a recognised English language test, the required score can be found on the right hand side of the course page (found in step 1).

    For all undergraduate courses, you will need to demonstrate that you:

    For all postgraduate courses, you will need to demonstrate that you: 

    • have completed a recognised tertiary qualification. Details can be found on the specific course page and could include previous study in the same field, or an advertised minimum GPA.

    You should also check the course page for any additional admissions criteria. This may include: 

    • a prerequisite, such as previous studies in mathematics
    • an interview
    • a portfolio
    • assumed knowledge
    • relevant professional experience.

    3. Gather your documents

    We require official documents to support your application, including a scanned copy of your passport identification page.

    Other documents you may need include:

    • English language results
    • academic transcripts
    • degree certificates (testamurs)
    • scholarship documentation
    • marriage/change of name certificate.

    If your course requires a supplementary application form, this will be listed on the course page. 

    Documents submitted in a language other than English must be accompanied by a complete English translation made by an accredited translator with a government body or the Registrar of the issuing institution.

    Applicants from the People's Republic of China may be required to provide a China Higher Education Student Information and Career Center (CHESICC) verification of their academic documents.

    If you are applying for a student visa, the University reserves the right to request additional information regarding the government's genuine temporary entrant requirement. This may be requested after your application is submitted, and could include an additional application form seeking clarification about your personal circumstances and/or an interview.

    4. Check your finances

    Before applying, you should understand the fees you will need to pay. These include:

    You should also research financial support options that may be available to you. We have a wide range of scholarships available for international students, and some countries also provide education loans to their citizens.

    5. Submit your application

    Apply directly

    Most international students can apply directly to the University. To do so, select the 'Apply now' button on your course page to commence your application, and follow the prompts. 

    This short video provides an overview of the application form. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our regional experts, who can provide personalised advice. 

    To submit your application, you will need to pay an application processing fee.

    If you are applying with the New Zealand National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA Level 3), you may apply direct to the University or via UAC.

    Apply through an authorised agent

    Some students choose to apply through an authorised University of Sydney agent, for assistance with the university application and visa arrangements. Please note that only agents listed on our website are authorised to represent us.

    Apply through UAC

    You will need to apply through the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC), if you are an undergraduate student studying:

    • a current Australian Year 12 qualification (eg NSW Higher School Certificate) in or outside Australia, or
    • a current International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma in Australia.

    If you are applying with the New Zealand National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA Level 3), you may apply via UAC or direct to the University.

    Apply for Sciences Po Dual Degree

    If you are applying for a Sciences Po Dual Degree, you need to apply directly to the University of Sydney (even if you are applying through UAC for your other preferences).

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