The University of Sydney
The University of Sydney was established in 1850 and is Australia's first university. With 178 undergraduates and 520 graduate degree programmes, the University of Sydney offers degrees in 400 academic areas. Agriculture, Architecture, Design and Planning, Arts and Social Sciences, Business Education and Social Work, Engineering and Information Technologies, Law, Medicine, Pharmacy, Science, and Veterinary Science are among the faculties and schools on this campus.

Cost of attendance

International students considering admission at the University of Sydney should expect to pay an average of 38,000 AUD per year in tuition fees which is equivalent to 21.4 lakhs.


The institution provides both on-campus and off-campus housing. After enrolling, students can access the off-campus housing database. The institution manages five housing choices located near the main campus. Abercrombie, Arundel St Terraces, Darlington House, Selle House, and the Queen Mary Building are among them. On the Camperdown site, there are numerous residential colleges. Yannadah, which contains 39 single study bedrooms with shared toilet and kitchen facilities, is available at the Cumberland campus in Lidcombe. Furthermore, living and stay expenditures are expected to cost an extra 10,000 AUD each year, totaling 5.6 lakhs. Off-campus housing choices include short-term, homestay, and other low-cost possibilities.

Acceptance rate

Joining their network of leading thinkers will give you a competitive advantage in a global talent market, with over 50,000 students and 380,000 alumni from 170 countries. The university has a 30 percent acceptance rate.


The university's three campuses, Camperdown, Camden, and Cumberland, are all located in the centre of Sydney. The university's Camperdown/Darlington campus is its largest. It covers a total of 72 hectares of land. It is home to six cutting-edge libraries, museums, and art galleries. The campus of the University of Sydney has a lot to offer. Over 250 clubs and organisations are available to join, offering a variety of cultural, social, and sporting activities. Students at the University of Sydney can also broadcast their talk shows on SURG, the university's own radio station. The student library has a wealth of instructional materials. There includes a 170,000-volume rare book collection and a 123,350-volume East Asian book collection.


Business School achieves 'triple crown' with AMBA accreditation. The University of Sydney Business School has cemented its place among the world's leading providers of business education with accreditation from AMBA, a leading authority on postgraduate management studies.

Jobs and Placement

The University of Sydney provides a career centre that assists students beginning in their first year by providing career counselling services and tools. They attempt to place students in the greatest employment options at the completion of their university degree programme. The employment rate at the University of Sydney is 89 percent. For graduate employability, the University of Sydney is ranked first in Australia and fourth in the world. The institution has partnerships with well-known corporations like as Microsoft, Telstra, Sirtex Medical, and Qantas.

QS Ranking

#38 QS World University Rankings 2022

The Ranking

#58 World University Rankings 2022 by THE

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