University of Sydney

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Considered to be Australia’s first university, the University of Sydney (USYD) is one of the best Universities in the world. 

Hosting c. 60,000 students (c.1/3 being international) the main USYD campus is considered one of the world’s most beautiful universities – a mixture of historic Neo-Gothic sandstone building with the contemporary, helping to create a stunning learning environment. However USYD fosters a diverse and inclusive campus environment aiming to support all whilst providing exceptional facilities and teaching with innovative edge and a drive to challenge traditional ways of thinking.

Academically USYD offers one of the widest range of academic programs of any university in Australia. The student experience is world renowned – ranked the best in Australia, USYD have c. 200 student clubs and societies, 43 sports clubs, 2 fitness centres and multiple eateries offering a broad range of activities and services for its students.

Located c.4Km from the Sydney city centre, studying at USYD provides the opportunity to live and study in a vibrant and multicultural city, consistently ranked as one of the best cities in the world to be a student.

Further information
Who can participate?All Reading disciplines that allow Study Abroad that are taught at USYD.
Entry requirements:Minimum 60% average.
Semester dates:Semester 1: February – June 
Semester 2: July – November
Cost of living: See USYD Cost of Living webpage.
Additional costs:You are likely to require a visa to study at USYD (USYD visa information). 
You will need to take out compulsory medical insurance through USYD Overseas Student Health Cover.
NB – Eligible students might be able to recoup costs through Student Finance.
Further information:USYD Study Abroad webpages
USYD Interactive Tour
USYD Campus Tour (video) 
USYD Campus Life
USYD Academics & Subjects
USYD Accommodation
USYD Disability Support
USYD Living in Sydney Information

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