We’ve reimagined the Sydney Undergraduate Experience – the way we teach and the way you’ll learn – to prepare you for a future full of possibilities.
Every University of Sydney student will graduate with the confidence and ability to think critically, collaborate productively and influence the world. By studying one of our undergraduate courses you’ll have the opportunity to:
We've also introduced the combined Bachelor of Advanced Studies degree and if you’re a high achiever with an ATAR (or equivalent) of 98+, you'll have the opportunity to take part in the Dalyell Scholars program.
At Sydney you’ll have access to a breadth and depth of excellence in disciplines and professional fields that is unparalleled in Australia.
You can widen your skills in entrepreneurial thinking, persuasive communication, project management and ethical reasoning by taking short on-demand and workshop-supported courses in our Open Learning Environment.
We have created a new level of flexibility with a shared pool of majors and minors so you can expand your education with a second field of study.
For instance, you will be able to enjoy studying science without having to give up your interest in history; combined your major in marketing with the study of digital cultures; or learn both engineering and a language.
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.
Run every two years, the Tropical Wildlife Biology field trip takes students to the Northern Territory and into the natural habitat of lizards, crocodiles and snakes – lots of snakes.
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.
The association between uni students and beer is pretty strong, but the science of crafting beer, large scale production and running a business takes this association to the next level for this Food and Agribusiness student.