Applications for semester 1, 2017 are now open. Join us on Open Day to find out more about our undergraduate and combined degrees.We will also be visiting a number of overseas expos which we invite you to attend to learn more information about our undergraduate options. Join us in Lima, Tuesday 24 August, Jakarta, Sunday 4 September, Malaysia Wednesday 7 September, Singapore, Saturday 10 September or China, 11-21 November 2016.
Find out what our current students have to say about our undergraduate courses.
The first step in realising this future is an Honours degree, in which you will participate in working on a research project. An honours year will give you valuable professional skills, including a much deeper knowledge of your academic discipline, advanced reading, writing, and critical thinking skills, and important insight into the relationships between ongoing research and accepted professional practices.
Other career options
We also offer professional preparation for a number of allied health professions exclusively at the postgraduate level. If you are interested in a career in rehabilitation counselling we recommend that you apply for the Bachelor of Health Sciences to progress to the two-year master's course to gain a 'right of practice' in these professions.
Alternative entry schemes
Your future doesn't necessarily have to start or end with an ATAR score. Under the universities alternative entry schemes we offer additional options – for you and us – to be involved in creating better health outcomes. It's our way of ensuring we attract the best people to maintain the ongoing creation of new knowledge, and the discoveries that will make a difference in real life.
Fees and scholarships
Information on the costs associated with studying at the University of Sydney can be found on the University's undergraduate student website. If you are in need of financial assistance please visit the Financial Assistance Office.
The University and the Faculty of Health Sciences also offer a number of scholarship opportunities.