3. apply for admission
If you feel that you meet the entry requirements for postgraduate enrolment, have applied for or already have funding to cover your fees and living expenses, and have found a supervisor, then you should apply for candidature.
International students must apply through the University's International Office.
Contact details for the International Office can be found here
The International Office will advise you on eligibility requirements, assess your academic qualifications, and advise you on whether you have the appropriate qualifications for a postgraduate degree in Chemistry at the University of Sydney.
The closing dates for applying to the International Office for those not also applying for scholarships are:
Semester 1 (March commencement) - 31 October of the previous year
Semester 2 (July commencement) - 30 April
Late or incomplete applications may be considered however, the University of Sydney cannot guarantee that late applications will be processed in time for the proposed start date.
Deadline for Scholarship Applicants
Applicants who wish to be considered for either an Endeavour International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (EIPRS) or a University of Sydney International Scholarship (USydIS) must submit their research application form to the International Office at the earlier dates specified below:
Semester 1 (March commencement)
31 July of the previous year
(successful candidates will be notified in late October/early November)
Semester 2 (July commencement)
31 December of the previous year
(successful candidates will be notified in April)
Please note that international student fees for 2012 are $35,040 per annum. See the University page describing course fees for international students for more details.
English language requirements
Applicants whose undergraduate instruction was not in English are required to demonstrate sufficient proficiency in English before admission can be considered. The University of Sydney recognises the TOEFL and IELTS English language test. For the current requirements, please see the International Offices' English Language Requirements web page. If you do not hold any of the acceptable language qualifications, you can take courses in English for Academic Purposes at the University's Centre for English Teaching.
Dr Chiara Neto