Welcome to the School of Information Technologies

Welcome to Information Technologies at Sydney. We are committed to excellence in research, teaching and consultancy.

Our research activities are strongly focussed in the areas of algorithmics and applications, enterprise computing, human centred computing and IT applications in health care. Much of our research is interdisciplinary and internationally collaborative.

Our undergraduate and postgraduate courses are accredited by the Australian Computer Society (ACS), teaching fundamental principles and practical skills in IT, and establishing the foundations for an entire career.

The School of IT has a purpose built building with state of the art facilities, maintaining its position as a key teaching and research institution.

What's happening

  • Coding is cool this summer

    Coding is cool this summer

    100 year 11 and 12 students are participating in an intensive coding summer course this week at the University of Sydney. More... 4 January 2016

  • Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) outcomes

    Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) outcomes

    The University of Sydney received the highest score of 5 (“Well above world standard”) for Information and Computing Sciences research performance in the Excellence in Research for Australia 2015 Report. More... 17 December 2015

  • The sky's no limit for cloud computing expert

    The sky's no limit for cloud computing expert

    University of Sydney Cloud computing expert Professor Albert Zomaya has been awarded a prestigious Australian Research Council Linkage Project grant. More... 9 July 2015

  • New course recognises changing healthcare landscape

    New course recognises changing healthcare landscape

    As healthcare increasingly depends on the innovative use of modern technologies the University of Sydney has announced a first of its kind master's degree aimed at developing leaders in the emerging field of health technology - the Master of Health Technology Innovation. More... 13 April 2015