Welcome to the Koori Centre at the University of Sydney.
Firstly, we would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of Country, the Gadigal peoples of the Eora nation, whose land upon which the University of Sydney now stands. This land was a learning place in its own right, with education connected to all facets of life.
In the spirit of this tradition, the Koori Centre is committed to encouraging and supporting students in gaining access to and participating in programs across the whole of the University. The centre is one of a range of support mechanisms which enable students to successfully complete their undergraduate and postgraduate studies.
You are very welcome to visit the Koori Centre, please email or call toll free 1800 622 742 to arrange a time.
As we learn from one another and share our knowledge, teaching, and research practices at the University today, may we also pay respect to the knowledge embedded forever within the Aboriginal custodianship of Country.
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2016 (People Like Us)
By 2016 it will be 50 years since Charles Perkins became the first Aboriginal man to graduate from an Australian university, the University of Sydney. By 2016 our aim is to welcome an additional 600 talented and passionate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people into our diverse university community. click here for more information
Wingara Mura - Bungu Barrabugu Summer Program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students
What is the Wingara Mura – Bunga Barrabugu
The Wingara Mura – Bunga Barrabugu Summer Program is designed specifically for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in years 9, 10,
11 and 12 who are considering studies beyond high school.
It is a chance to stay on campus, take part in
lectures and tutorials, presentations, try out different subject areas and learn about a variety of industries.
You can also find out about pathways into higher education and the sorts of financial and academic assistance available.
Most importantly meet current students and staff and learn what university life is all about.
For more information please email
YOOROANG GARANG Indigenous Student Support Unit
Yooroang Garang is the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student Support Centre, located in the Faculty of Health Sciences at the Cumberland Campus.
For more information, visit our website