Events

  • at work in architecture
    10 July – 11 September

    A new exhibition honouring women's contribution to architecture.
    Presented by activist and advocate group Parlour: women, equity architecture.

  • the Future of Practice
    Wednesday, August 5

    Moderated by Parlour’s Justine Clark, and featuring architects, Stephanie Smith, Rachel Neeson, Camilla Block and Imogen Howe.

    The long-term sustainability of the profession depends on architecture becoming more diverse – in demographics, in ways of working and in modes of practice.

  • Explore. Dream. Discover.
    Saturday, August 29

    Open Day is the first step on your journey to university. Take the chance to discover the fun side of the University of Sydney, get a taste of what our courses offer, and meet inspiring academics and like-minded friends along the way.

Thursday Night Lectures

AGENT PROVOCATEUR, ENTREPRENEUR
In 2015 the theme of the talk series explores the role of the designer as agent
provocateur, entrepreneur, agent of change and disruption, challenging the status quo.

Find a course

  • URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING

    Master of Urban
    and Regional Planning

    The Urban and Regional Planning program at the University of Sydney is your pathway to the professional world of planning. The Planning Institute of Australia (PIA) accredits this course, ensuring professional relevance and excellent employment opportunities.

  • URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING

    Master of Urban Design

    The Urban Design program at the University of Sydney recognises that urban designers operate at the nexus of aesthetic, economic, political and technical fields. Our program trains you in more than just the design, execution and management of building projects on an urban scale.

  • URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING

    Master of Urbanism

    This program has been developed to address the urgent need for specialists in the planning, development and architectural industries who understand the complex interrelationships between the various aspects of environmental planning.

  • URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING

    Master of Heritage Conservation

    The Heritage Conservation program develops your skills in the care and conservation of traditional and modern buildings, the latter a growing concern of contemporary conservation practice.

  • ALL DISCIPLINES

    Design PhD

    Architects and designers seeking to be at the forefront of their field and are driven by a commitment to expand the frontiers of their practice.

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