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The University of Sydney
The University of Sydney was founded in 1850. It is a world-leading comprehensive research university. Located in the southern hemisphere’s financial, trade and tourism Center-Sydney, the capital of New South Wales. USYD is a core member of the Australia Go8, the Pacific Rim University Alliance, the World University Alliance, the Global University Artificial Intelligence Academic Alliance, and the Asia Pacific International Trade Education and Research Alliance. AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS accredited university, and also a member of the European Global Management Education Alliance CEMS. Since its establishment, the University of Sydney has cultivated countless outstanding alumni, including 8 Australian Prime Ministers, 5 Nobel Prize winners, 23 Supreme Court judges, 101 Rhodes Scholars, President of the United Nations General Assembly, President of the International Court of Justice, President of the World Bank, The President of the Reserve Bank of Australia and the President of Macquarie Group and other well-known political and business figures.
QS World University Rankings 2021
USYD ranked 40th, Australia ranked 2nd
The latest QS graduate employability ranking
USYD ranked 4th in the world, No.1 in Australia
2020 Times Global Higher Education Influence
USYD ranked 2nd in the world, No.1 in Australia
In 2021, the QS World University Rankings is 40th, No.2 in Australia. QS Graduate Employability ranks 4th in the world. As the oldest university in Australia, the University of Sydney ranks among the top 3 in Australia in many world university rankings.
Top 10 majors and their world rankings
International Student Scholarship
Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarships Scheme
The University of Sydney provides high-level Vice-Chancellor’s international scholarships to all outstanding international students. It aims to attract more international students with excellent academic performance to study undergraduate or postgraduate courses. The
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