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24 April 2017
US Vice-President Mike Pence meets Vice-Chancellor Michael Spence

The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sydney, Dr Michael Spence, met with the US Vice-President Mike Pence as part of a three-day visit to Australia.

19 April 2017
Is there value in a graduate certificate or diploma?

When considering a postgraduate degree, the choice isn’t only deciding whether to do a master’s degree (coursework) or a PhD (research) – there are other postgraduate study options that could help you achieve your goals. 

07 April 2017
University community features at Sydney Writers’ Festival

More than 40 University of Sydney staff and alumni will join the stellar line-up of guests to speak at this year's Sydney Writers' Festival.

05 April 2017
Harvard chooses historian to chair Australian Studies

Harvard names a University of Sydney expert Chair in Australian Studies for a third consecutive year.

29 March 2017
Selective schools’ long and tangled history with race and class

Selective high schools in Australia are both popular and controversial, but to properly understand them you have to go back to the beginning, write Associate Professor Helen Proctor and Dr Arathi Sriprakash.

27 March 2017
Top 5 things to know about the Sydney Undergraduate Experience

Thinking of studying with us in 2018? Here are the top five things you need to know about the Sydney Undergraduate Experience when choosing the right undergraduate degree for you.

24 March 2017
Future jobs

Official figures suggest today’s graduates may change jobs more than 17 times. Welcome to the brave new world of employment where agility rules and careers are about constant change and reskilling.

10 March 2017
Honour for education innovator Professor Denise Bradley

For her distinguished service to higher education Emeritus Professor Denise Bradley AC has  received an honorary doctorate (honoris causa) from the University of Sydney. 

09 March 2017
Forget the 3Rs: modern schools need to embrace the 4Cs

Creativity, critical reflection, collaboration and communication will be vital in a future where half of all jobs may be displaced by technology, writes Professor Michael Anderson in the Sydney Morning Herald.

28 February 2017
10 women shaping the future of Sydney

As communities around the world prepare for International Women’s Day, we celebrate the contributions of ten female researchers at the University of Sydney who are transforming the lives of women and men.