Facts & figures
- 21,500 m² total building area
- 9 levels
- 25 bookable student study areas
- 11 simulation rooms
- 4 lecture theatres
- 3 levels of library facilities
- 12 seminar rooms
Facts & figures
We're building the faculty's new Health Precinct, the Susan Wakil Health Building, which will for the first time bring together multiple health disciplines to work out of the same precinct.
Sydney Nursing School and the Sydney School of Health Sciences will move from the current Mallet St building and Cumberland campus respectively, along with the Central Clinical School and components of the Faculty of Medicine and Health.
The building has been designed to be agile for multidisciplinary teaching and learning across all health disciplines and a place of collaborative research. It will provide state-of-the-art clinical simulation programs and a multi-service clinic, as well as flexible infrastructure that supports team-based research programs.
From 2021, all students starting in any of our degree programs will be located on our Camperdown/Darlington campus.
In the lead-up to this, some teaching within the Sydney School of Health Sciences is transitioning from its current location at the Cumberland campus, to the Camperdown/Darlington campus. Classes for some health sciences units of study will be located at the Camperdown/Darlington campus in 2019 and 2020.
Classes will be timetabled to allow students with a standard enrolment pattern to come to a single campus each day, where possible.
For more specific information about the location of your degree program, visit the relevant course page:
For further advice regarding the transition of units of study to Camperdown in 2019 and beyond, please contact our Course Administration team (email@example.com).