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The University of Sydney is one of Australia's largest and most prestigious universities. Established in 1850, it is Australia's first university, and a member of the 'Group of Eight', Australia's premier research-intensive universities. It is ranked in the top 100 universities in the world and amongst the top three in Australia. Our current enrolment of approximately 49,000 students (including almost 11,000 international students representing 130 nationalities) enjoy an academic experience of the highest quality.
The University of Sydney has one of the largest Study Abroad and Exchange programs in Australia. Each year more than one thousand students come to or go from the university through one of our established international networks. With the country's broadest range of university studies and an extensive list of international partners, the University of Sydney provides excellent opportunities for both incoming and outgoing students to internationalize their studies.
What can I study at The University of Sydney?
For information about units of study available, visit the Study Abroad and ExchangeUnit of Study Database. This database includes both undergraduate and postgraduate units of study.
Every year, hundreds of students from around the world are welcomed to the University of Sydney under the Study Abroad and Student Exchange programs. These programs allow you to complete a semester or a year of your degree at the University of Sydney. Most courses are open to undergraduate and postgraduate students. Depending on your home University's grading requirements, you may also be able to have the results obtained at the University of Sydney credited towards your degree back home.TheStudy Abroad program is a fee-paying program at the University of Sydney.
The University of Sydney offers a wide variety of units to Study Abroad and Student Exchange students. For further information about units of study available, visit the Study Abroad and ExchangeUnit of Study Database. This database includes both undergraduate and postgraduate units of study.
Program Date Details: Semester 2 2020 (mid-July 2020 to end of November 2020)
Published application deadline: 15th April 2020
Intro to Sydney Week: 20th-24th July 2020 (students recommended to arrive this week)
Welcome (Orientation) Week: Monday 27th July-Friday 31st July 2020
Classes begin: Monday 3rd August 2020
Mid-semester break: Monday 28th September-Monday 5th October 2020
Study vacation: Monday 9th-Friday 13th November 2020
Exam period: Monday 16th-Friday 28th November 2020
Earliest date to depart Sydney: Sunday 29th November 2020
Program Date Details: Semester 1 2021 (Mid-February 2021 to Mid-June 2021)
Published application deadline: 15th November 2020
Intro to Sydney Week: 8th-12th February 2021 (students recommended to arrive this week)
Welcome (Orientation) Week: 15th-19st February 2021
Classes begin: 22nd February-28th May 2021
Study vacation: 31st May-4th June 2021
Exam period: 7th-19th June 2021
Earliest date to depart Sydney: Sunday 20th June 2021