The University of Sydney's International Relationships

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The University of Sydney has formal with many of the world's leading universities.

Our global of institutions covers research collaboration, joint teaching projects and staff and student exchanges across 37 countries in Europe, North America and Asia.

Sydney is one of only two Australian in the prestigious Association of the Pacific Rim Universities (APRU) which comprises of members from Asia, the United States and South America.

The University's are in collaborative research with colleagues overseas, with governments and with other organisations to further knowledge and improve people's lives. Many of the University's research centres have an explicitly international , including the Asian Agribusiness Research Centre, the for International Health, the Australian Centre for Innovation and International Competitiveness, the Research Institute for Asia and the Pacific, and the Industry Research Centre of Asia-Pacific (SIRCA).

University of Sydney graduates are based throughout the world. Graduates who have gained international recognition for their work include President of the World Bank, James Wolfensohn; and businesswoman Jill Ker Conway; film makers Phil Noyce, Jane Campion and Bruce Beresford; soprano Yvonne Kenny; writers Germaine Greer and Clive James; and Nobel laureates Sir John Cornforth and Dr John Harsanyi.

Alumni Associations are active overseas, particularly in North America, the United Kingdom, Malaysia, and Hong Kong, and the Alumni Relations Office is happy to help you keep in touch.

Twice a year, the University also produces special international editions of its fortnightly newspaper, on and teaching activities throughout the world.

(From International Relations, The University of Sydney Website: