Our high-calibre graduates make their mark across the world. From inspiring researchers to successful entrepreneurs, our students are well equipped to face the future world of work.
Nasim Annabi has led a successful collaboration between biomedical engineers in Sydney and the United States to produce MeTro: a potentially life-saving surgical glue.
It is fair to say that biomedical engineer and medical doctor Dr Rachel Thomas is a great role model for young women, and she relishes that opportunity.
Dr Daniel Wilson was named one of Engineers Australia's Top 50 Innovators after creating the world’s first autonomous mid-air docking between drones. He’s now working in San Francisco as the CEO of OCI Technologies.
Alumna Christine Chen has been identified as a rising star of the technology industry.
Since launching his own digital marketing agency at the age of 22, Ruchir’s venture is now a flourishing global business spanning five countries.
Alastair Donnelly decided that it was time to get back on the side of the disruptors after a decade in filmmaking.
One family’s 12 decade-long association with the University of Sydney recently added another significant chapter, symbolised by a single mortar being flung into the air.
Our exceptional alumni are leading the way in research and industry across the globe.