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21 August 2019

Response to report on Chinese international students

In response to the report released today, "The China Student Boom and the Risks It Poses to Australian Universities" by Professor Salvatore Babones, the University of Sydney issues the following statement.
20 August 2019

Art Music Awards winners announced

The 2019 Art Music Awards winners were announced last night at a ceremony in the University of Sydney's Great Hall. Presented by APRA AMCOS and the Australian Music Centre, the Art Music Awards celebrate achievements in Australian contemporary classical music, experimental music and jazz.
20 August 2019

How a Sydney surgeon saved Caleb's smile

When an operation for brain cancer left a nine-year-old boy's face paralysed, a University surgeon and an anonymous donor stepped in to help.

16 August 2019

University of Sydney ranks among world's top 100

The University of Sydney has been ranked 80th in world in the 2019 Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU).
16 August 2019

The project leadership centre creating a new breed of executive

A one-of-a-kind institute is helping projects deliver and equipping leaders for success.
16 August 2019

Australian philanthropy win: 64,000 donors support 4000 causes

Australian philanthropy reached new heights when the University of Sydney raised $1 billion from 64,000 donors. On 17 September, we celebrate your generosity with Thank You Day. Here are a few things you have made possible.

15 August 2019

Bringing back the colour to Egyptian coffin

Mummy enthusiasts at the University of Sydney have revealed plans to digitally re-colour a 2,600-year-old Egyptian coffin.
15 August 2019

How can creative disciplines bring urban communities together?

The University of Sydney's Footbridge Gallery, a digital shared space, will host a sound and musical performance and interdisciplinary panel event to explore what role creative disciplines play in bringing urban communities together.
08 August 2019

Q&A with Lindsay McCabe: Indigenous Tutorial Assistance Scheme tutor

For the past two years Lindsay McCabe, Sydney University honours student, has helped new students through the Indigenous Tutorial Assistance Scheme (ITAS). We sat down with Lindsay to understand what it's like to be an ITAS tutor.
06 August 2019

New museum takes shape

Building of the Chau Chak Wing Museum continues, with construction scheduled for completion early next year.