The University’s much-loved jacaranda graced the southern end of the Quadrangle for 88 years before dying in 2016. The planting of a native flame tree and a clone of the original jacaranda was celebrated in a special ceremony today.
Some local councils are more tolerant than others about where residents may grow food. Why can't we grow food wherever we want? Dr Jennifer Kent explains.
The University of Sydney’s famous jacaranda tree has been replaced with a cloned jacaranda as well as a native Flame tree.
As amazing as Australia is for study, we know there’s no place like home. It’s completely normal to feel homesick sometimes. We asked our international students to share how they overcame this common feeling.
You don’t need a lot of industry connections or experience to use LinkedIn. These tips will help you to build your professional profile while you’re still a university student.
The Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations 2017 Asia conference is being held in Sydney from August 17-21. Over 600 delegates from over 70 countries will be coming to our shores to attend this unique event.
The Daily Telegraph today published a story claiming the University is teaching that "elements of Sharia Law should be recognised in our legal system". Due to the public interest generated by the article we are publishing our exchange.
Our undergraduate curriculum provides the flexibility and choice that will set you up for a career you haven’t even thought of, yet.
You’ve arrived from overseas, unpacked your bags and are ready to see all that Sydney has to offer. Here are some quick tips to help you enjoy your time as a student at the University of Sydney.
If you’ve just accepted an offer to study as an international student at the University of Sydney, you probably have many questions running through your mind. This checklist will help prepare you for the move to Sydney.