The University of Sydney (USYD), the oldest and among the most elite in Australia was founded in 1850. USYD is recognised worldwide as an impressive center of education for both domestic and international students all within a learning environment that is vibrant, diverse and truly supportive.
One of the world’s leading institute, USYD is a key member of the prestigious ‘Group of Eight’, an alliance of Australia's major research-intensive universities, the Academic Consortium 21, Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU), Australia-Africa Universities Network (AAUN) and the Worldwide Universities Network.
With an interesting range of academic programs on offer through 16 faculties across eight campuses, it’s not surprising the university draws some of the brightest minds from across the globe. USYD boasts of a vibrant student body of more than 50,000 scholars including some 10,000 international ones from over 145 countries.
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