International students are an integral part of our community. These are some of the ways we help you succeed – academically and personally.
Our team of compliance officers are here to help you with basic issues related to student visas and general academic progression. Visit the Student website to find out how they can support you.
Your visa requires you to maintain satisfactory academic process while you're at university. We help you do this through programs like Staying on Track, learning skills workshops, tuition and mentoring.
Our website has plenty of advice on getting set up in Sydney and familiarising yourself with the University.
We also encourage you to take the time to discover our:
When you arrive in Sydney, you might like to visit the Sydney Airport International Student welcome desk, where you can have any questions about your new city answered. Not sure how to find it? Take a look at this video guide.
Some things are a little different in Australia - we drive on the left hand side of the road, our beaches are sandy and Christmas is hot. Allianz Global Assistance has prepared some information and videos to help you learn more about life in Australia, and we encourage you to familiarise yourself with these. You can access this information on their website.
There are also some things that are specific to living in Sydney that you will need to know, including:
As amazing as Australia is for study, we know there’s no place like home. It’s completely normal to feel homesick sometimes. We asked our international students to share how they overcame this common feeling.
You’ve arrived from overseas, unpacked your bags and are ready to see all that Sydney has to offer. Here are some quick tips to help you enjoy your time as a student at the University of Sydney.
If you’ve just accepted an offer to study as an international student at the University of Sydney, you probably have many questions running through your mind. This checklist will help prepare you for the move to Sydney.