The University of Sydney

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Description

Our scholars and students share a passionate commitment to the transformative power of education. Our research makes a real difference to our understanding of today's world and how we work and live in it, and we enrich our community by bringing together people from all social and cultural backgrounds.

From its beginnings in...

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Our scholars and students share a passionate commitment to the transformative power of education. Our research makes a real difference to our understanding of today's world and how we work and live in it, and we enrich our community by bringing together people from all social and cultural backgrounds.

From its beginnings in 1850, the University of Sydney was created as an institution to suit the needs of New South Wales, not simply reflect England's ancient universities. A founding principle was that academic merit alone regardless of religious beliefs or social upbringing would be the test for admission.

Healthy Sydney University aims to create a university that promotes health and wellbeing for all. We seek to support healthy people, build healthy places, and create healthy policies and practices.

The University of Sydney, as a major publicly-funded institution, maintains important relationships with government.

In a complex and ever-changing regulatory environment it is vital that we have a strong capacity to anticipate and respond to changes in government policy.

Facilities

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Event Rooms

The Great Hall

Min 10 people, Max 100 people

The MacLaurin Hall

Min 10 people, Max 100 people