We are committed to deeper engagement with India by investing in research and collaborating with industry partners while supporting education for students to achieve their full potential.
At the University of Sydney, we build strategic global partnerships that change lives through high‑impact collaborations, leadership in research, teaching and international experiences. We provide opportunities for our staff and students to exchange ideas with the brightest minds worldwide, and offer scholarships for students who are Indian citizens and living there.
We partner our students with leading corporate, community and government organisations to create solutions to authentic issues. Our students bring fresh insights to organisations and gain invaluable practical experience.
Collaborating on research, contributing to professional services and licensing our intellectual property are just three of the ways we work with industry, business and government.
Examples of this collaboration include:
Our goal is to work with industry partners who recognise the value of our technologies, ideas and expertise. We hope that our partnerships fuel greater research and development and generate products, systems and services that benefit the global community.
Our unique research centres are focused on tackling problems from all angles, addressing major social challenges and specialist interest areas.
We're home to 10 multidisciplinary initiatives that bring together talented researchers across diverse disciplines to advance teaching and research objectives in a collaborative environment. These include the Brain and Mind Centre; Cancer Research Network; Charles Perkins Centre; Centre for Translational Data Science; Marie Bashir Institute; Sydney Environment Institute; Sydney Nano; Australian Centre for Field Robotics; Sydney Policy Lab and Sydney Southeast Asia Centre.
Once Indian students join our friendly community, we offer plenty of support to make their transition to life in Sydney as easy as possible. With a vibrant community of more than 200 clubs and societies, we have something for everyone.
We host an array of subcontinental food, cultural activities and events on campus. The City of Sydney celebrates festivals such as Diwali, Holi Mahotsav and Parramasala, and we host the oldest cricket club in Australia, with a range of teams suited to all player levels.