When you're a 17-year-old with a passion to change the world, it's not just about choosing the right degree at the best university, it's about the possibilities offered beyond the lecture hall.
Computing professionals need to be good communicators, working effectively with their clients and teams to create business solutions. Are today's students graduating with these highly-valued business skills and hands-on experience?
More women than ever are choosing to study engineering and computing undergraduate degrees at the University of Sydney.
Meet Warwick Holmes, the man who helped to launch and land the Rosetta spacecraft on a comet 6 billion kilometres away; the most complex space mission since the Moon landing.
Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies alumna Christine Chen has been identified as a rising star of the technology industry.
Safer and more productive national transport systems will be developed by a new ‘intelligent’ transport research centre, supported by multiple partners including the University of Sydney’s Australian Centre for Field Robotics.
International Women’s Day on 8 March is a chance to celebrate the achievements of women and discuss what further steps can be taken to progress gender equity.
First year engineering and IT students, starting their university journey, stressed the importance of making connections in the first few weeks to help smooth the transition from high school to university.