GEM degrees

Applications for our 2017 Graduate Entry Master's (GEM) courses are now open.

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OPPORTUNITIES IN HEALTH

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  • Athletes score for disability and donors

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    Wheelchair basketball athletes from the NSW Institute of Sport and Wheelchair Sports NSW showed their support for the Pave the Way campaign this week.

  • Indigenous students get a taste for research

    Scholarship recipients Amy Large and Sarah Hawker working on the 1000 Norms Project in the Sydney Pe

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students at the University of Sydney's Faculty of Health Sciences have a unique opportunity to gain hands-on research experience as part of a new scholarship program.

  • Three Minute Thesis winner advances to finals

    Amy Freeman-Sanderson with Leanne Togher

    Could you explain years of intense research about a specific area in just three minutes? That's what Health Sciences students did at the annual Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition at Cumberland campus.

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Meet our alumni

Karn Ghosh

Karn Ghosh CEO, Hit 100 (Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy))

Karn is impassioned by opportunities to boost community health and fitness. Concerned by the effects and rise of diagnoses in obesity and chronic diseases in Australia, Karn has focused his expertise in physiotherapy and management consulting to tackle the growing epidemic. In 2014 Karn developed Hit 100, a holistic, affordable and convenient health management program for Australians living with (or at risk of) diabetes. Karn now leads Hit 100 as founder and CEO, donating 10 percent of profits to diabetes charities globally. Meet other alumni