Located in Sydney, Australia, the University of Sydney is a world-renowned institution that is consistently ranked among the top 50 universities in the world (QS World University Rankings, 2020). According to the QS Graduate Employability Rankings, 2020, it ranks first in Australia and fourth in the world. Students come from all over the world to study at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Students can choose from a wide range of programs and disciplines in Australia. Offering more than 400 areas of study to choose from, the university has two subjects that are ranked in the world's top ten, and 30 departments ranked in the world's top 50 (QS 2019 subject rankings). Career opportunities for students are enhanced through internships and work experience, as well as the opportunity to study abroad for part of a degree through one of the university's study abroad programs.
Students study, learn and develop in a supportive and comfortable environment with a significant number of services. These include academic and professional support and disability services, a confidential counseling service, a health service and a financial aid office. Students can get involved in one of over 200 on-campus clubs and societies run by the University of Sydney (USU), from sports to cultural groups.
There are plenty of facilities on campus for students to use, including a heated Olympic-size swimming pool and a gym with a rock climbing center. Additionally, there are art galleries, museums, cafes, restaurants and bars. Students also have access to the largest academic library in the Southern Hemisphere.