From exam study tips to UAC preferences and offers advice, you’ll find everything you need to know about the HSC here.
If you are feeling anxious, overwhelmed or stressed, you may find it helpful to learn how to manage your mental health. Here are four tips from our mental health expert Professor Niels Buus.
Here are our tried and tested tips to be well prepared for exams
With exams looming and study sessions stepping up we asked our resident mnemonic expert Professor David Alais to investigate how your study playlist can improve motivation levels, boost learning and increase memory encoding.
Whether you’ve had your career path mapped out since childhood, or you’re convinced that your dream job doesn’t exist yet, we’re giving you the tools you need to future-proof your learning.
We’ve reimagined the way we teach, expanding the parameters of ‘the classroom’. From 2018, you can feed your curiosity with over 100 new courses in our new Open Learning Environment (OLE).
From your ATAR, study options and career choices, to campus life, exchange opportunities, and where your friends go, there are many things you’ll take into account when deciding on which university to choose. These days there are also university rankings.
Official figures suggest today’s graduates may change jobs more than 17 times. Welcome to the brave new world of employment where agility rules and careers are about constant change and reskilling.
Getting a lower than expected ATAR isn't the end of the world, so don't worry – there are always other pathways to your dream course or career.
HSC, ATAR results, and UAC preferences are three terms that may have caused some stress in your household this year. Here's our advice to help you support your child to make the decision that's best for them - no matter what their ATAR result.
This video helps to demystify how the ATAR is calculated and how it is used by universities.
What are the differences between high school and university?
Sparking a conversation with a stranger can feel awkward, especially when you’re new to university. Here are five of our tried-and-true tips for feeling confident, getting involved and increasing your chances to make friends.
Your first year on campus can be intimidating. New people. New classes. New locations. We asked current University of Sydney students to share the things they have learned during their time on campus.
Ever heard of a spatial micro performance designer? What about a creative technologist, or an urban agriculturalist? Synthetic systems biologist, anyone? No? Well, you have now.
The term ‘start-up’ gets thrown around so often, but does anyone really know what it means? All businesses start somewhere – so what actually makes a ‘start-up’ special and how is it different to a traditional business?
These days, more than ever, having a university education isn’t the only thing that’ll land you your dream job. We spoke to employers to get their top tips on the employability skills you should have.