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07 December 2018

University of Sydney researchers win big at Royal Society of NSW

Sydney scientists and researchers recognised with five of seven awards for 2018 by the Royal Society of NSW, Australia's oldest learned society.
06 December 2018

Our students' scholarship successes

University of Sydney students and graduates have received scholarships that will allow them to live and study in Asia
04 December 2018

Sydney performs strongly in latest subject rankings

The University of Sydney has been ranked in the top 50 in the world for four subjects, according to the 2019 Times Higher Education World University Rankings, with improvements across humanities, law and health.
03 December 2018

Terra Foundation brings Scholars of First Nations Art to Sydney

A new program made possible by a generous grant from the Terra Foundation for American Art, will allow leading scholars of First Nations art in North America to teach, collaborate, and conduct research in Sydney.
03 December 2018

Sydney ranked among top Business Schools in the Asia-Pacific

The University of Sydney was confirmed among the top business schools in the 2018 Financial Times Asia-Pacific Rankings released today.
29 November 2018

$37 million funding for University of Sydney research

The University of Sydney has secured over $37 million of funding across a wide range of areas including food insecurity, gravitational waves, and Indigenous disability in rural and remote areas.
26 November 2018

Statement on international students at the University of Sydney

In response to questions from the ABC regarding English language proficiency of international students, the University of Sydney provided the following response which was not included in a story published on Sunday.
22 November 2018

University of Sydney's international push

Academics from the University of Sydney's partner institutions have this month gathered in Sydney for the largest summit on international research collaboration the University has ever hosted.
20 November 2018

The lost voices of WWI: German internment in Australia

The story of Australia's 'German Concentration Camps', as they were called, is a little-known episode in the history of the First World War. Now, 100 years on, a collection of letters written by these internees have been translated into English for the first time by students from the University of Sydney's Department of Germanic Studies.
20 November 2018

Economics/Law student following in Bradfield's footsteps

First-year Economics/Law student Kavya Nagpal has been named the 2018 Lendlease Bradfield Urbanisation Scholar, with a people-centric vision where Sydney's living spaces would serve to build relationships.