University of Sydney

About University of Sydney

Established in 1850, the University of Sydney is an open research university, which is known to be among the world’s top universities. Also, it received a Royal Charter from Queen Victoria in 1858. After receiving the Royal Charter, the degrees given by the university were recognized as equal to those provided by universities in the United Kingdom. In 1938, New England University associated with the University of Sydney and later on, it became a separate university known as the University of New England. The university features undergraduate and postgraduate programs, including professional degrees, specialist degrees, and liberal studies degrees. The courses are divided into various subjects, namely Art and Social Sciences, Architecture, Design and Planning, Business, Medical and Health, and Social Work and Music. 

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Area –  178 Acres

Number of campuses – 7


Over 165 years of teaching and research excellence

Core Research Facilities – 8


Endowment – AUD 2.64 billion


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