History, Affiliations & Rankings
Established in 1850, the University of Sydney has produced employable graduates year after year to serve different communities at every level. When it comes to the world ranking of the university, it has made sure that it remains on the top. According to the ‘QS World Ranking 2019’, the University of Sydney is the 42nd best university in the world and 3rd best in Australia. It secured 59th position in the ‘Times Higher Education World University Rankings’, 31st position in the ‘US News and World Report rankings’, 68th position in the ‘Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU)’ and 32nd in the ‘CWTS Leiden Rankings’.
Infrastructure, Campus & Courses
The University of Sydney is Australia's oldest university and remains one of its most prestigious. The main campus spreads across 2 inner-city suburbs and is attended by most of the university's students. From student clubs to societies, to health and fitness to lifestyle, University of Student caters to all the needs of its students.The University of Sydney has libraries in 12 different locations across all the campuses. Every library caters to the demands of students from different departments. The largest one is the Fisher Library, the collection of which focuses on Humanities, Social Science and commercial disciplines.Whether you are starting out or pursuing a passion, there are a number of undergraduate, postgraduate, and research courses.The university also has many professional development and short courses and is mostly known for its management courses.
Accomplishments & Alumni
The University of Melbourne has an incredible community of more than 350,000 alumni worldwide. The alumni have always shown their immense support whether it is life-changing research or mentoring students.James Wolfensohn,Ninth president of the World Bank (1995-2005), Clover Moore, ord Mayor, City of Sydney, Jeni Klugman, Director of Gender and Development, World Bank, Bruce Beresford, Filmmaker are among the notable alumni of the University.
Student Diversity & Visiting Companies
Currently, about 70,000 students are pursuing higher education from the University of Sydney. The university has 7500 staff members with more than 130 nationalities. The University of Melbourne has a broad cross section of social, political, and religious backgrounds, therefore it is of utmost importance for the varsity that everyone’s interest is represented.The University has collaborated with more than 40 countries that provide about 300 exchange opportunities every year. The University of Sydney is the number one university in Australia to provide employment to its graduates
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