Students

  • To Wing Chinese Language and Culture Fund launched[17 June 2016]

    University of Sydney Vice-Chancellor and Principal Dr Michael Spence and Dr To Wing

    Students from the University of Sydney's Department of Chinese Studies will be given the opportunity to immerse themselves in the language and culture of China, thanks to a new fund launched this week. More

  • Internships open for the SWF Media Hub[7 April 2016]

    Media Hub interns

    The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences is seeking applications for student interns to volunteer at the University's popular 'Media Hub' at the Sydney Writers' Festival Walsh Bay precinct. More

  • Opportunity For a Global Voice in Turkey[10 March 2016]

    Global Voices - Turkey

    The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences is proud to support the opportunity for a student to take part in a delegation to attend the UNESCO World Heritage Summit in Istanbul, Turkey. More

  • Unique Indigenous art exhibition seizes more than the moment[18 February 2016]

    Stephen Gilchrist (centre) with artist Vernon Ah Kee (left) and Narayan Khandekar.

    While scientists debate new discoveries that confirm and challenge our understandings of space, a major new exhibition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art guest-curated by the University of Sydney's Stephen Gilchrist is making waves of its own, by addressing space's close relative: time. More

  • Xi Jinping's Global Cyber Vision[22 January 2016]

    Stephenie Andal.

    Is Beijing in fact leading the way with its policies on "cybersovereignty?". Stephenie Andal from the Department of Government and International Relations writes in The Diplomat. More

  • Sydney student on Forbes '30 Under 30' list[6 January 2016]

    Hussain Nadim

    A University of Sydney student has been recognised as a global leader in law and policy in this year's Forbes '30 Under 30' list. More

  • A Global Voice For Lamisse Hamouda[3 November 2015]

    Lamisse Hamouda

    The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences would like to congratulate Lamisse Hamouda, recipient of the Global Voices scholarship awarded by the faculty recently. More

  • MECO offers industry training to Radio Beijing Corporation[25 August 2015]

    A radio antenna pointed toward the sky. Image by Tony Lao, iStock

    An industry training experience devised by MECO is pairing RBC delegates with the latest broadcasting industry insights and research. More

  • Top 5 with Jack Andrew-Kabilafkas[24 August 2015]

    Top 5 with Jack Andrew-Kabilafkas

    The annual Open Day for future students to the University of Sydney will take place this Saturday 29 August from 9am-4pm. We chat to current student Jack Andrew-Kabilafkas about his experiences so far from studying in the Bachelor of International and Global Studies program to taking part in the FASS mentor program. More

  • Partnership creates student internships at Japan's largest bank[14 August 2015]

    Professor Pip Pattinson signs an MOU with the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ.

    A pilot internship program will commence later this month, when six of our undergraduate students begin week-long internships at the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ. More

  • Finding the perfect outfit is about to get harder[10 August 2015]

    A model in clothing by Clean Cut, an Australian sustainable fashion label, at Fashion Week 2014.

    Growth in sustainable fashion companies could shake up the way Australians shop, according to a Department of Gender and Cultural Studies Doctoral student. More

  • Donor assistance increasing opportunities and driving change[20 July 2015]

    Donor assistance increasing opportunities and driving change

    The impact of the humanities and social sciences in fostering progressive educational and social change has been boosted, with up to $400,000 made available by donors to the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. More