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WELCOME TO SYDNEY IMPORTANT EVENTS AND DATES 2021 Open Day Info Day December 2021 2022 Welcome Week Lectures begin February 2022 Saturday 28 August 2021 sydney.edu.au/ug-events February 2022 sydney.edu.au/key-dates JOIN AREAS HOW TO ONCE YOU’RE Welcome to Sydney US Discover why our graduates are ranked OF STUDY Explore the breadth and depth of our APPLY The next steps. Find out how to apply HERE University is more than what happens in the 1st in Australia and 4th in the world for course offerings – spanning 400+ study and begin your journey to Sydney. classroom. Find out about our support graduate employability.* areas – including ATARs and IB scores. services and get a taste of University life. Why choose Sydney?........................................... 2 2022 Admissions Guide..................................... 16 Important dates for Student support services................................. 75 The Sydney Undergraduate Experience .........4 Architecture, design and planning..................20 Semester 1, 2022 entry...................................... 57 University life....................................................... 76 Combined Bachelor of Advanced Studies .....6 Arts and social sciences...................................22 How to apply........................................................58 Glossary................................................................ 78 Shared pool of majors and minors ..................8 Business................................................................26 Admission pathways.......................................... 60 Open Day............................................................. 80 Broaden your skills ............................................ 10 Education and social work................................28 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Collaborate with industry Engineering and computer science................32 Islander students................................................65 on real-world issues........................................... 11 Law........................................................................38 Scholarships........................................................66 Set yourself up for a global career .................12 Medicine and health......................................... 40 Student accommodation..................................68 Become a Dalyell Scholar................................. 14 Music.................................................................... 46 Fees and costs....................................................70 Design your degree ........................................... 15 Science.................................................................48 Bachelor of Advanced Studies.........................52 Table notes..........................................................53 * QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020 Dates are subject to change. For the latest information, please check sydney.edu.au
WHY CHOOSE 1 ST in Australia and 4th in the world for graduate employability* 100+ majors and minors to combine your interests across disciplines 250+ clubs and societies to make your uni experience unique 400+ study areas to design the right degree for you 60+ partner organisations to collaborate on real-world projects SYDNEY? sydney.edu.au – 2022 Domestic UG Guide TOP Discover what makes us different, and become a leader in a rapidly changing world. Our flexible degree structures mean you can 40 in world $ 135 MILLION in scholarships and 250+ international partners 380,000 alumni to connect Join us university prizes available for and Australia's largest study you with a find the right study path for you. rankings** offer every year abroad and exchange program worldwide network * QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020 ** QS World University Rankings 2021
“When I was finishing Year 12 and exploring my options, I chose to study at the University of Sydney for its world-class teaching and diverse degree combinations that aligned with what I really want to do as a career. “The learning isn’t confined to the classroom. Through internships and hands‑on experiences, I’ve been able to apply my knowledge through innovative and sustainable solutions to industry problems.” Darren Zheng Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Civil) and Bachelor of Project Management sydney.edu.au – 2022 Domestic UG Guide “My lecturers are incredibly talented professionals who convey their THE SYDNEY knowledge in effective and innovative ways. I’ve found them to be the kind us of people who are always happy Join UNDERGRADUATE EXPERIENCE to answer a question or explain something again, and also incredibly interesting researchers who can teach you a lot about the field.” Rebecca Woods Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Advanced The University of Sydney experience is like no other in Australia. Studies (Taronga Wildlife Conservation) Our flexible degrees prepare you for a future full of possibilities. Design your own degree and Prepare for your future by Challenge your academic and choose the study path that working with industry leaders leadership abilities and build is right for you No matter what you study, you’ll your networks “I love that I have the creative freedom to Gain expertise in more than have opportunities and support In our unique Dalyell stream, explore my artistic and design side while one field by choosing from our to undertake internships and work high‑achieving students can access learning practical skills that I can take into range of professional, specialist placements with industry leaders, enrichment opportunities and the workforce. or liberal studies, and combined so you’ll graduate ready for work. exclusive units of study and work and double degrees. alongside other peer leaders. “Not only does Sydney offer great facilities Extend your skills and expertise and courses, but there is also a strong With 100+ majors and minors Through our Bachelor of Advanced Gain international experience student life on campus that really appealed across the shared pool, you can Studies combined degrees, you can We offer the largest study abroad to me. I have made lifelong friendships both broaden your skills even further. tackle advanced course and project and exchange program in Australia, in and out of my course – the people really Follow all your interests by adding work and boost your personal and so you can take advantage of make this place what it is!” multidisciplinary knowledge outside professional skills with units from opportunities all around the world. Ruby Williamson your primary degree(s). the Open Learning Environment. Bachelor of Design in Architecture Page 4 Page 5 sydney.edu.au/ug-experience
In the Bachelor of Advanced Studies, you will have the opportunity to … Customise your Acquire novel skill path with a combinations and explore flexible structure other fields of study sydney.edu.au – 2022 Domestic UG Guide Develop solutions Gain specialised to complex, knowledge in COMBINED BACHELOR real-world problems two fields OF ADVANCED STUDIES Join us Consider an honours pathway Engage with The combined Bachelor of Advanced Studies will help set you for further study and industry and apart when you enter the competitive job market. Extend your research opportunities community partners knowledge, develop specialist skills and pursue all your passions. Combine a bachelor’s degree with our Bachelor of The Bachelor of Advanced Studies can be taken Advanced Studies and graduate with two degrees. in combination with a range of liberal studies, You will get the opportunity to tailor your degree and professional or specialist degrees, including: explore a range of disciplines. In your final year, you “From combining my interests − Bachelor of Applied Science will deepen your critical thinking and expertise in your through majors in marketing and (Exercise and Sport Science) chosen field through one of two distinct pathways: design, to tackling real-world issues, − Bachelor of Arts − Advanced Coursework: Enhance your leadership, collaborating on industry research − Bachelor of Commerce challenges, travelling around the critical thinking and problem-solving skills and increase your employment prospects. You will − Bachelor of Design Computing world and working across cultural undertake challenging coursework and experience − Bachelor of Education (Secondary) boundaries, the combined Bachelor work outside the classroom by collaborating across of Advanced Studies degree has been − Bachelor of Economics disciplines on a substantial real-world project. truly transformative.” − Bachelor of Music (Composition) − Honours*: Develop deep analytical skills Vince Lam − Bachelor of Music (Performance) Account Executive, Fiftyfive5 and prepare yourself for further research − Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Commerce and opportunities, such as pursuing a PhD. You Bachelor of Advanced Studies (2020) will undertake an independent research − Bachelor of Visual Arts. project and connected discipline-based and/or research-focused coursework. Page 6 Page 7 sydney.edu.au/bachelor-advanced-studies * Admission into the honours pathway is subject to meeting the required academic standards and entry criteria for honours. For honours study options outside those available in the Bachelor of Advanced Studies, see sydney.edu.au/courses
FOLLOW YOUR Shared pool of majors and minors INTERESTS. Combine your primary major with a major or minor in one of the areas below. ALL OF THEM. Architecture, design and planning − Biological Design − Design − Indonesian Studies − International and Comparative Literary Studies − International Business − Management − Marketing Science − Animal Health, Disease and Welfare − Animal Production − Urban Studies − International Relations − Biochemistry and − Italian Studies Education and Molecular Biology Arts and social social work − Japanese Studies − Biology sciences − Education Studies − Jewish Civilisation, − Cell and − American Studies Thought and Culture Developmental Engineering and With more than 100 − Ancient Greek − Korean Studies computer science Biology sydney.edu.au – 2022 Domestic UG Guide − Ancient History − Chemistry options to choose from, − Anthropology − Latin − Computer Science − Data Science − Linguistics − Project Management the shared pool of majors − Arabic Language − Modern Greek Studies − Ecology and − Software and minors allows you to and Cultures − Philosophy Development Evolutionary Biology** − Archaeology − Environmental Studies explore a wide range of − Political Economy − Art History Medicine − Financial Mathematics study areas that usually − Asian Studies − Politics and health and Statistics − Sanskrit* sit outside your degree. − Biblical Studies and − Anatomy and − Food Science us − Social Policy* Histology Classical Hebrew − Genetics and Join − Socio-legal Studies − Applied Medical Genomics − Chinese Studies − Sociology Science − Geography − Criminology − Spanish and Latin − Disability and − Geology and The shared pool gives you the opportunity The shared pool of majors and minors is − Cultural Studies American Studies Participation Geophysics to study across the curriculum and to available in the: − Digital Cultures − Studies in Religion − Health − History and Philosophy choose a major or minor from outside − Bachelor of Advanced Computing − Diversity Studies* your primary subject area. − Theatre and − Hearing and Speech of Science − Bachelor of Applied Science − Economic Policy# Performance Studies Combine your interests, acquire − Immunology* − Marine Science (Exercise and Sport Science) − Economics expertise in a second field of study and − Visual Arts − Immunology and − Mathematics build interdisciplinary knowledge and − Bachelor of Arts − Econometrics − Writing Studies* Pathology** − Medicinal Chemistry complementary skills, preparing you − Bachelor of Commerce − Environmental, − Infectious Diseases − Microbiology for your future careers. − Bachelor of Economics Agricultural and Business For example, enjoy studying science − Neuroscience − Nutrition Science − Bachelor of Music Resource Economics − Accounting while continuing your interest in art, − Pathology* − Physics − Bachelor of Project Management − European Studies − Banking** or combine your major in marketing − Pharmacology − Film Studies − Plant Production with the study of digital cultures. − Bachelor of Psychology (minor only) − Business Analytics − Physical Activity − Plant Science* − Bachelor of Science − Financial Economics − Business Information and Health − French and Systems − Psychological Science − Bachelor of Visual Arts − Physiology Francophone Studies − Business Law − Quantitative Life − All combined Bachelor of − Gender Studies Sciences Advanced Studies degrees. − Finance** Music − Germanic Studies − Soil Science and − Industrial Relations − Digital Music Hydrology − Hebrew (Modern) and Human Resource − Music** Management − Statistics − History − Innovation and − Virology* − Indigenous Studies Entrepreneurship − Wildlife Conservation* Page 8 Page 9 * Available as a minor only ** Available as a major only # Not available for Bachelor of Economics students
BROADEN COLLABORATE WITH INDUSTRY YOUR SKILLS ON REAL-WORLD ISSUES Build diverse skill Work with leading business, community and combinations and government organisations both in Australia and boost your personal internationally on interdisciplinary projects that will and professional expand your networks and help you get job ready. development through our Open Learning sydney.edu.au – 2022 Domestic UG Guide Environment (OLE). Together with students from other disciplines and with the support of an academic lead, you'll research, analyse and present solutions to a real-world problem set by an external partner organisation. In a unique learning environment that mirrors the Combining online learning with realities of the workplace, you'll acquire job skills workshops and masterclasses, such as teamwork, communication, complex problem the OLE is a collection of short, solving and senior stakeholder management, all while modular units that allows you working with and learning from experts in their field. to extend your knowledge and It is these highly sought-after soft skills, and the broaden your skills by exploring direct engagement and experience with industry, that fields of study outside your will help you stand out in the competitive job market. main degree. This gives you an Many of our students have received employment opportunity to personalise your opportunities as a direct result of their experience in skillset throughout your degree these industry and community projects. to support your career aspirations and particular interests. You can take as many zero‑credit‑point units as you Industry partners wish. Many degrees also include We have partnered with more than 60 organisations for-credit OLE units as part of their both in Australia and internationally, including: course requirements. “In the industry and community project Not sure which units you’d − Accenture − KPMG units you’ll learn about how you work like to complete for credit? “The Experience Japan beyond a university setting and in a Try the zero‑credit‑point OLE zero‑credit‑point OLE − Adobe − NSW Treasury Corp professional one, both individually version first, and upgrade if it's unit allowed me to get − AGL Energy − PTW Architects and as part of a collaborative team. the right fit for you. a taste of the Japanese − Allianz − Randstad For me personally, I discovered the language and its culture.” career course I want to take in the − ANZ Banking Group − Subaru Jett Ho future. Because of this unit I was lucky − City of Sydney − Telstra Bachelor of Science (Advanced) (majors, Anatomy and Physiology) (2020) enough to be offered a communications Bachelor of Science (Advanced) (Honours) (Applied Medical Science) − Coles Supermarkets − Westpac Banking internship with Randstad.” − DXC Technology Corporation. Emma Peake − Ernst & Young Bachelor of Arts (majors, English and History) (2020) Project: Randstad – ‘Can AI compute a match between − IBM Australia a resume and a job?’ Page 10 Page 11 sydney.edu.au/students/ole-units sydney.edu.au/interdisciplinary-projects
SET YOURSELF UP 117 “You'll experience living and operating independently as well as have the chance to partners meet new people from all over FOR A GLOBAL CAREER in Europe the world. These experiences truly help you grow as a person and develop an understanding of who you are in the world, and who you want to be.” 59 Kevin Huang We have the largest student mobility program Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Medicine partners in Australia.* We’ve partnered with over 250 universities Waseda University Summer Session, Japan in North America in more than 40 countries to give you access to global opportunities that will broaden your horizons. sydney.edu.au – 2022 Domestic UG Guide 49 partners in the Our global opportunities will bring Develop a global perspective. Opportunities include: We offer financial support for your overseas experiences Asia-Pacific a new perspective to your academic − 130 partner universities that are ranked through a range of scholarships and grants to help cover your region experience and enable you to in the top 200 worldwide** living and travel costs while you’re overseas. There are also develop the confidence and cultural government-funded OS-HELP loans. − short-term (2–6 weeks), semester-long and year-long competence for a global career. Make the most of your time abroad via the Global program options, both in-person and virtual We aim to provide an Citizenship Award (GCA) – an extracurricular, internationally international experience for − overseas field schools where you can tackle focused leadership development program. GCA will help you 31 every student during their studies, real-world problems in Cambodia, Indonesia, transform your overseas experiences into tangible skills and Laos, Singapore, Vietnam and more partners from in-person opportunities graduate opportunities. in the to virtual programs. − intensive in-country units which allow you to study United language and culture at a partner university − sydney.edu.au/sydney-abroad Kingdom − short-term summer programs at prestigious universities including Harvard, Yale and the London School of Economics − professional placements, providing you the opportunity to work and study in the United States, 5 China, France or Chile during semester breaks. partners in Latin and South America “Definitely do it! Making the decision to study overseas is one of those life-changing moments you won’t ever forget. It’s quite nerve-wracking to leave the comforts of 4 home – but take the plunge and go be the person you know you want to be!” partners in the Rifka Samsudeen Bachelor of Commerce Middle East Copenhagen Business School, Denmark Supertree Grove, Page 12 Page 13 * Australian Universities International Directors’ Forum Learning Abroad Benchmarking 2019 (in 2020) Gardens by the Bay, ** Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021 Singapore
BECOME A DALYELL SCHOLAR DESIGN YOUR DEGREE Enjoy the flexibility of designing a degree that combines all your interests, including opportunities to study overseas, collaborate with industry partners and undertake advanced units of study. Below is an indicative degree structure for liberal studies and specialist degrees combined with the Bachelor of Advanced Studies.# Our Dalyell Scholars As a Dalyell Scholar you will engage in experiences stream gives high-achieving that will enhance your academic abilities, develop What can I study? leadership capabilities and expand your global Shared pool of majors and minors students with an ATAR (or network. The Dalyell stream gives you opportunities Design a degree that allows you to combine your interests from more than 100 majors and minors. to collaborate and network with like-minded future Year 1 equivalent) of 98+* access world influencers. You can build interdisciplinary expertise from a wide range of study areas outside your primary degree. to a range of enrichment Semester Units of study In addition to completing distinctive Dalyell units opportunities that will of study, you will have access to enrichment 1 Major 1 Core/elective Core/elective Minor/Major 2 challenge you alongside opportunities including: 2 Major 1 Core/elective Core/elective OLE − accelerated learning options, such as early sydney.edu.au – 2022 Domestic UG Guide your talented peers. access to advanced units of study Can I study overseas? − tailored mentoring programs and Global opportunities Open Learning Environment (OLE) professional skills development Semester or year-long exchanges and short-term Boost your personal and professional development − optional international experiences to develop summer and winter placements can be taken at through these online tutorials and masterclasses, Year 2 your global perspective, with access to a global various points throughout your degree. including a range of in-country experiences. mobility scholarship (subject to availability). Semester Units of study To find out how you can become a Dalyell Scholar, visit: 1 Major 1 OLE Elective Minor/Major 2 − sydney.edu.au/dalyell-scholars 2 Major 1 Minor/Major 2 Elective/Major 2 Minor/Major 2 * 90+ for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students admitted through the Gadigal Program; 95+ for students What real-world experiences will I have? admitted through the Early Offer Year 12 Scheme (E12), Future Leaders Scheme and Broadway Scheme Interdisciplinary projects Enhance your knowledge through an embedded third-year interdisciplinary project within each of your majors. You can further extend your learning and collaborate with businesses, community and Year 3 government organisations through elective interdisciplinary project units that address real-world issues. Industry partners include Adobe, Google, Deloitte, KPMG and Amnesty International. Semester Units of study 1 Major 1 Major 1 Elective Minor/Major 2 2 Major 1 Major 1 Elective/Major 2 Minor/Major 2 “The Dalyell stream has been one of the most rewarding aspects of my time at How can I enhance my degree? University, along with the people I’ve met. Advanced coursework + project (combined Bachelor of Advanced Studies*) Interacting with a variety of students on Challenge yourself through advanced units of study and experience across disciplines by completing a Year 4 interdisciplinary projects, from not only substantial community, entrepreneurship, industry or research project, or undertake an honours year. various backgrounds but also different degrees, has been great and I’ve been Semester Units of study exposed to many new perspectives.” 1 Advanced coursework including a community, entrepreneurship, industry or research project, or honours advanced coursework and an honours project. Ben Nguyen 2 Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Mathematics) and Bachelor of Science Find out more about our different types of undergraduate degrees, including professional, specialist, liberal studies and combined and double degrees, at: sydney.edu.au/ug-experience Page 14 Page 15 # The course structure and components will vary according to the particular degree requirements. * See pages 6-7 for more information about the combined Bachelor of Advanced Studies.
IB diploma IB diploma Selection Selection Duration Duration in years in years 2022 ADMISSIONS GUIDE Rank Rank Course name Course name Engineering and computer science l B Applied Science (Physiotherapy) 99.5* 43 4 Page 44 l B Applied Science (Speech Pathology) 94* 36 4 (FOR DOMESTIC STUDENTS) l B Advanced Computing ‡ lu B Advanced Computing/B Commerce ‡ 90 96 33 38 4 5 ul B Arts/D Medicine ‡ ul B Arts/M Nursing 99.95* 45 80 29 7 4 lu B Advanced Computing/B Science ‡ 90 33 5 l B Nursing (Advanced Studies) 84 30 3 lu B Advanced Computing/B Science (Health) ‡ 90 33 5 l B Oral Health 83* 30 3 lu B Advanced Computing/B Science 90 33 5 (Medical Science) ‡ l B Pharmacy ‡ 90 33 4 Below is a guide to the Australian Tertiary Admission Equivalent International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma Ranks (ATAR) for admission in 2022. We offer scores are also listed as a guide. IB scores are l B Engineering Honours (Dalyell Scholars) ‡ 98 40 4 l BPharmacy and Management ‡ 90 33 5 Guaranteed Entry for most courses and list converted to an ATAR equivalent rank l B Engineering Honours (Aeronautical) ‡ 92 35 4 ul B Science/D Dental Medicine ‡ 99.6* 44 7 a guaranteed selection rank - ATAR + with eligible adjustment factors l B Engineering Honours (Biomedical) ‡ 92 35 4 ul B Science/D Medicine ‡ 99.95* 45 7 adjustment factors. Guaranteed Entry applied thereafter. to a course is subject to meeting other Separate scores l B Engineering Honours 92 35 4 ul B Science/M Nursing ‡ 80 29 4 (Chemical and Biomolecular) ‡ essential admission criteria and the apply for our All published scores are correct at the l B Engineering Honours (Civil) ‡ 92 35 4 ul B Science (Health)/M Nursing ‡ 80 29 4 availability of places. Selection ranks admission pathways. time of print and subject to change. listed with an asterisk are indicative and Visit page 60 for For the most up-to-date information l B Engineering Honours (Electrical) ‡ 92 35 4 Music sydney.edu.au – 2022 Domestic UG Guide not Guaranteed Entry. These courses details. on ATARs, visit l B Engineering Honours (Flexible First Year) ‡ 92 35 4 Page 64 have additional admission criteria − sydney.edu.au/sydney-atar l B Engineering Honours (Mechanical) ‡ 92 35 4 n B Music 70* 25 4 and/or limited places. n B Music (Composition) 70* 25 4 l B Engineering Honours (Mechatronic) ‡ 92 35 4 n B Music/B Advanced Studies (Composition) 70* 25 5 l B Engineering Honours (Software) ‡ 92 35 4 Admissions Guide l B Music (Music Education) ^ 70* 25 4 l B Engineering Honours with Space Engineering ‡ 99 42 4 IB diploma IB diploma Selection Selection Duration Duration n B Music (Performance) 70* 25 4 in years lu B Engineering Honours/B Arts ‡ 92 35 5 in years Rank Rank lu B Engineering Honours/B Commerce ‡ 96 38 5 n B Music/B Advanced Studies (Performance) 70* 25 5 Course name Course name ln B Engineering Honours (Civil)/B Design Science Architecture, design and planning n B Economics (Sciences Po Dual Degree) ‡ 91* 34 2+2 in Architecture ‡ 95 37 5 2022 Page 68 Page 24 n B Visual Arts 70* 25 3 l B Engineering Honours/B Project Management ‡ 92 35 5 u B Liberal Arts and Science 70 25 3 n B Architecture and Environments 85 31 3 n B Visual Arts/B Advanced Studies 70* 25 4 lu B Engineering Honours/B Science ‡ 92 35 5 l B Psychology ‡ 96* 38 4 n B Design Computing 80 29 3 u Diploma of Arts na 1 lu B Engineering Honours/B Science (Health) ‡ 92 35 5 u B Science ‡ 80 29 3 n B Design Computing/B Advanced Studies 80 29 4 lu B Engineering Honours/B Science u Diploma of Language Studies na 1 92 35 5 (Medical Science) ‡ u B Science (Health) ‡ 80 29 3 n B Design in Architecture 95 37 3 u Diploma of Social Sciences na 1 l B Project Management ‡ 86 31 3 u B Science (Medical Science) ‡ 90 33 3 lB Design in Architecture (Honours)/ 97 39 5 M Architecture Business Law u B Science/B Advanced Studies ‡ 80 29 4 Page 34 Page 52 Arts and social sciences u B Science/B Advanced Studies (Dalyell Scholars u B Commerce ‡ 96 38 3 98 40 4 Page 28 ul B Arts/B Laws 99.5 43 5 including Mathematical Sciences) ‡ u B Arts 80 29 3 u B Commerce/B Advanced Studies ‡ 96 38 4 u B Science/B Advanced Studies (Advanced) ‡ 95 37 4 ul B Commerce/B Laws ‡ 99.5 43 5 u B Arts/B Advanced Studies 80 29 4 u B Commerce/B Advanced Studies u B Science/B Advanced Studies (Agriculture) ‡ 75 26 4 98 40 4 nl B Economics/B Laws ‡ 99.5 43 5 (Dalyell Scholars) ‡ uB Arts/B Advanced Studies u B Science/B Advanced Studies 98 40 4 l B Engineering Honours/B Laws ‡ 99.5 43 6 80 29 4 (Dalyell Scholars) Education and social work (Animal and Veterinary Bioscience) ‡ Page 38 ul B Science/B Laws ‡ 99.5 43 5 u B Science/B Advanced Studies u B Arts/B Advanced Studies 80 29 4 90 33 4 (Food and Agribusiness) ‡ (International and Global Studies) l B Education (Early Childhood) 77 27 4 Medicine and health u B Science/B Advanced Studies (Health) ‡ 80 29 4 u B Arts/B Advanced Studies (Languages) 90 33 4 l B Education (Health and Physical Education) ^ 80 29 4 Page 56 u B Arts/B Advanced Studies u B Science/B Advanced Studies (Medical Science) ‡ 90 33 4 95 37 4 l B Applied Science (Diagnostic Radiography) 96* 38 4 (Media and Communications) l B Education (Primary) ^ 85 31 4 u B Science/B Advanced Studies uB Arts/B Advanced Studies l B Applied Science (Exercise and Sport Science) 82* 30 3 85 31 4 92 35 4 l B Education (Secondary) ^ 80 29 4 (Taronga Wildlife Conservation) ‡ (Politics and International Relations) l B Applied Science/B Advanced Studies (Exercise u B Science/M Mathematical Sciences ‡ 98 40 4.5 u B Arts (Sciences Po Dual Degree) 80* 29 2+2 l B Education/B Advanced Studies (Secondary) ^ 80 29 5 82* 30 4 and Sport Science) ul B Science/M Nutrition and Dietetics ‡ 97.5* 40 5 n B Economics ‡ 91 34 3 l B Social Work 80 29 4 l B Applied Science (Exercise Physiology) 91* 34 4 l B Veterinary Biology/D Veterinary Medicine ‡ 98* 40 6 n B Economics/B Advanced Studies ‡ 91 34 4 ul B Arts/B Social Work 80 29 5 l B Applied Science (Occupational Therapy) 93* 36 4 Page 16 Page 17 You can identify courses by the degree type: l Professional degree n Specialist degree u Liberal studies degree B = Bachelor of, M = Master of, D = Doctor of Admission is based on a combination of selection rank, or equivalent, plus additional admission criteria. Visit sydney.edu.au/courses * Selection ranks with an asterisk are indicative and not Guaranteed Entry. ‡ This course has a mathematics course prerequisite. ‡, ^, na, see 'Table notes' on page 53.
2 0 “I felt extremely inspired when I first came to campus. The 2 University of Sydney has a 2 fantastic student life and strong reputation. The hands-on, practical nature of my degree ticked all the boxes of what AREAS sydney.edu.au – 2022 Domestic UG Guide I wanted during my studies and OF I felt the opportunities and skills I would develop would put me in the best place the achieve STUDY my long-term goals.” Sabrina Utharntharm Bachelor of Design in Architecture University study isn’t simply about gaining credentials – it’s about investing your time to discover what you really like doing. Start by thinking about which subjects interest you, as well as how you like to learn and what you want from your university experience. Page 18 Page 19
Architecture, design and planning courses ARCHITECTURE, B Architecture and Environments DESIGN AND Selection Rank: 85 Guaranteed Programs, majors and minors Career possibilities Entry: Feb Core areas of study include architectural Architect (with additional study), property and Duration (full time): 3 years and environmental design, architectural real estate, construction, project manager, Assumed knowledge: English Advanced history and theory, architectural sciences urban designer, urban planner. PLANNING and Mathematics Advanced or higher and technologies, property and sustainability, urban design and planning. The University of Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning electives may include acoustics, lighting, structures and design computing. Invent with intent. When you study B Design Computing B Design Computing/B Advanced Studies at Sydney, you’ll combine creative Selection Rank: 80 Guaranteed Programs, majors and minors the final year of the combined degree you flair with finely tuned technical skills Entry: Feb/Aug Duration (full time): 3 years (single)/ Core areas of study include app design, creative technology, design thinking, graphic will undertake advanced coursework and a substantial real world industry, community, to shape the spaces, services and 4 years (combined) Assumed knowledge: Mathematics Advanced design, information architecture, physical computing, sound design, user experience entrepreneurship or research project, or an honours project. sydney.edu.au – 2022 Domestic UG Guide (UX) and user-centred design. The four design experiences – both physical and digital or higher studios focus on user experience design, Career possibilities interaction design, information visualisation, Interaction designer, UX designer, creative – in which we live, work and play. and interactive product design. Related units may be taken from arts and social sciences, director, business development, marketing consultant, communications adviser, project business, engineering, computer science, manager, design manager, web and multimedia music and visual arts. In the combined B Design designer, multimedia strategist, creative Computing/B Advanced Studies, you will technologist. also take a major from the shared pool. In TOP Areas of study 20 Combining creativity and technology B Design in Architecture By studying with us, you'll develop big-picture in the world for thinking and work towards addressing global Architecture/Built Selection Rank: 95 Guaranteed Programs, majors and minors Career possibilities Entry: Feb Core areas of study include architectural Architect (with additional study), architectural challenges. You’ll graduate ready for a career Environment* Duration (full time): 3 years design, architectural history and theory, technologist, interior and spatial designer, Assumed knowledge: English Advanced architectural technologies, architecture urban designer, project manager, property that’s creatively driven and technically challenging. workshops, environment and sustainability, developer. and Mathematics Advanced or higher professional practice and architectural We have some of communications. You can take electives Combine this degree with from the University of Sydney School of B Engineering Honours (Civil). the best-equipped Architecture, Design and Planning as well as fabrication laboratories from other faculties and schools. in Australia. B Design in Architecture (Honours)/M Architecture 1 ST Our Bachelor of Design Selection Rank: 97 Guaranteed Programs, majors and minors Career possibilities Computing is one of the Entry: Feb Core areas of study include architectural Architect, design manager, academic. Duration (full time): 5 years design, history and theory, technologies, first courses of its kind architecture workshops, environment and Assumed knowledge: English Advanced in the world, combining and Mathematics Advanced or higher sustainability, professional practice and architectural communications. You can take creativity and coding. electives from the University of Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning as well as from other faculties and schools. * QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020 “I was encouraged to apply for an internship at Google and I’m now a user experience designer in the Android Google Maps team. We work with researchers and engineers to design new products and features. It’s heaps of fun.” Sophie Gardner Ux Designer Dalyell Scholars Assumed knowledge ‡ Mathematics For important Page 20 Page 21 Bachelor of Design Computing (Honours) (2018) see page 14 and prerequisites prerequisite information see page 53 see page 53 see page 53
Arts and social sciences courses ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES B Arts B Arts/B Advanced Studies Selection Rank: 80 Guaranteed Criminology; Cultural Studies; Digital Cultures; industry, community, entrepreneurship or Entry: Feb/Aug Diversity Studies (minor only); Econometrics; research project, or an honours project. Duration (full time): 3 years (single)/ Economics; Economic Policy; Education 4 years (combined) Studies; English; Environmental, Agricultural Career possibilities Dalyell by invitation and Resource Economics; European Studies; Anthropologist, archaeologist, archivist, art We’ll train you to think through Assumed knowledge: Depends on the major or subjects selected Film Studies; Financial Economics; French and Francophone Studies; Gender Studies; historian, business administrator or manager, historian, heritage specialist, foreign affairs problems effectively and find Germanic Studies; Hebrew (Modern); History; and trade officer, government policy officer, Indigenous Studies; Indonesian Studies; information specialist, journalist, museum International Comparative Literary Studies; or gallery curator, language specialist, solutions. Study with us and you’ll Programs, majors and minors In the B Arts, you will choose one major from International Relations; Italian Studies; Japanese Studies; Jewish Civilisation, Thought media and communications officer, editor or publisher, researcher, sociologist. This degree develop the skills to rigorously the options below and a minor or second major from these options or from the shared and Culture; Korean Studies; Latin; Linguistics; Modern Greek Studies; Music; Philosophy; equips you with the breadth and depth of knowledge and the critical and analytical skills assess assumptions, develop pool. In the B Arts/B Advanced Studies, you Political Economy; Politics; Sanskrit (minor to pursue an extensive range of established will choose one major from the list below, only); Social Policy (minor only); Socio‑legal and emerging careers. It prepares you for and a second major from the shared pool Studies; Sociology; Spanish and Latin American the jobs of the future. strategies and test ideas against or from the following: American Studies; Ancient Greek; Ancient History; Anthropology; Studies; Studies in Religion; Theatre and Performance Studies; Visual Arts; Writing evidence. In the classroom, on an Arabic Language and Cultures; Archaeology; Art History; Asian Studies; Biblical Studies Studies (minor only). In the final year of the combined degree you will undertake advanced Combine B Arts with B Engineering Honours, B Laws, B Social Work, sydney.edu.au – 2022 Domestic UG Guide and Classical Hebrew; Chinese Studies; coursework and a substantial real world D Medicine, M Nursing. industry placement or on overseas exchange, you’ll bring your intellectual B Arts/B Advanced Studies (Dalyell Scholars) curiosity to bear on some of the most Selection Rank: 98 Guaranteed Programs, majors and minors Career possibilities Entry: Feb/Aug Refer to B Arts/B Advanced Studies for degree Anthropologist, archaeologist, business complex issues of the 21st century. Duration (full time): 4 years requirements. As a Dalyell Scholar, you will administrator or manager, economist, editor Dalyell by application undertake 12 credit points of distinctive Dalyell or publisher, foreign affairs and trade officer, Assumed knowledge: Depends on the major units complemented by additional enrichment government policy officer, historian, language or subjects selected opportunities, including mentoring, specialist, journalist, museum or gallery Areas of study professional skill development and an optional curator, public relations manager. This degree + global mobility experience. equips you with the breadth and depth of 45 knowledge and the critical and analytical skills Real-world experience before graduation Learn from leading to pursue an extensive range of established and emerging careers. It prepares you for Take up an Industry and Community project during your course experts across more the jobs of the future. and test your problem-solving skills alongside professionals. than 45 subject areas. Under the direction of our industry partners, you’ll work with B Arts/B Advanced Studies (International and Global Studies) other students to form solutions to real-word issues – like the Selection Rank: 90 Guaranteed Programs, majors and minors will undertake advanced coursework and a 1 future of healthcare, the war on waste, or tech and mental health Entry: Feb/Aug This stream requires completion of a program substantial real-world industry, community, – and gain valuable career experience before you graduate. ST The University of Sydney is ranked #1 in Australia and #4 in the world for Duration (full time): 4 years Dalyell by invitation Assumed knowledge: Refer to B Arts/B Advanced Studies in international and global studies which includes a major in Global Studies, a minor in a language from the School of Languages and Cultures, and a minimum of 12 credit points of study abroad/exchange. A second major, which entrepreneurship or research project, or an honours project. Career possibilities Community development program manager, graduate employability.* may be an extension of the language minor, diplomat, foreign aid worker, foreign must be taken from those available in the correspondent, human rights advocate, B Arts or from the shared pool. You’ll also have international business consultant, policy access to the Open Learning Environment. adviser, trade negotiator. In the final year of the combined degree, you * QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020 B Arts/B Advanced Studies (Languages) Selection Rank: 90 Guaranteed Programs, majors and minors Career possibilities Entry: Feb/Aug This stream requires completion of a program Language localisation specialist, public Duration (full time): 4 years in Languages. You will complete two language relations officer, public policy officer, foreign “Studying philosophy gave me the tools and Dalyell by invitation majors as well as translation-focused units, and affairs and trade officer, researcher, translator. mindset to build and manage a business Assumed knowledge: Refer to have the opportunity to complete electives from the shared pool. You’ll also have access This degree equips you with the breadth and depth of knowledge and the critical and B Arts/B Advanced Studies effectively. I don’t think I’d have the to the Open Learning Environment. In the analytical skills to pursue an extensive range of final year of the combined degree, you will established and emerging careers. It prepares competence or wisdom to do what I’m doing undertake an honours option, or complete you for the jobs of the future. now without my learning experience at the advanced coursework units in languages, multilingual projects and translation in up to Professional recognition University of Sydney.” three languages. This degree is endorsed by the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Adam Jacobs Interpreters (NAATI). Co-founder and Managing Director, THE ICONIC, Bachelor of Arts, and Bachelor of Commerce (2007) Dalyell Scholars Assumed knowledge ‡ Mathematics For important Page 22 Page 23 see page 14 and prerequisites prerequisite information see page 53 see page 53 see page 53
Dalyell Scholars Assumed knowledge ‡ Mathematics For important see page 14 and prerequisites prerequisite information Arts and social sciences courses see page 53 see page 53 see page 53 B Arts/B Advanced Studies (Media and Communications) B Visual Arts ф B Visual Arts/B Advanced Studies Selection Rank: 95 Guaranteed Programs, majors and minors Career possibilities Entry: Feb This stream requires completion of a program in Corporate communications officer, information Selection Rank: 70* + portfolio Career possibilities ф Creative Arts Special Admission Scheme Duration (full time): 4 years Media and Communications, including a major officer, journalist (print, online, radio, Entry: Feb Artist, arts writer, craftsperson, curator, digital (CASAS) Dalyell by invitation in Media Studies. A second major must be taken television), market or media researcher, Duration (full time): artist, art educator (with further tertiary Domestic applicants undertaking a current Assumed knowledge: Refer to from those available in the B Arts or from the producer, public relations officer, public 3 years (single)/4 years (combined) qualifications), exhibition designer, filmmaker, recognised high school (Year 12) qualification B Arts/B Advanced Studies shared pool. You’ll also have access to the Open policy officer. illustrator, painter, product designer, sound and applying via UAC may be eligible for an Learning Environment. In the final year of the artist, web and multimedia designer. early offer of admission prior to the release combined degree you will undertake advanced of ATARs or equivalent scores under the coursework and a substantial real-world Programs, majors and minors Additional admission criteria University’s Creative Arts Special Admission industry, community, entrepreneurship or You will have access to a wide range of You will also be assessed based on a portfolio Scheme. Eligible applicants will be assessed research project, or an honours project. electives in contemporary art, as well of artwork. You are required to submit the based on a combination of academic as a range of study areas offered across portfolio by the relevant deadlines. When performance and audition/portfolio B Arts/B Advanced Studies (Politics and International Relations) the University and in the Open Learning submitting the portfolio online, you will need requirements. For details visit: sydney.edu.au/ Environment. In the final year of the combined to include a short statement describing one of arts/creative-arts-portfolio Selection Rank: 92 Guaranteed degree, you will also take a major or minor the more developed projects in your portfolio. Programs, majors and minors Career possibilities Entry: Feb/Aug from the shared pool, and complete advanced sydney.edu.au/arts/creative-arts-portfolio This stream requires completion of a program, Current affairs journalist, government coursework units and a substantial research, Duration (full time): 4 years including a major in Politics and International and public service administrator, non- community, industry or entrepreneurship Dalyell by invitation Relations. A second major must be taken from government or private sector administrator, project, or an honours project in the final year. Assumed knowledge: Refer to those available in the B Arts or from the shared policy researcher and consultant, political B Arts/B Advanced Studies pool. You’ll also have access to the Open adviser, think-tank participant. This degree Learning Environment. In the final year of the will equip you to pursue a wide range of combined degree you will undertake advanced careers where knowledge of the interactions sydney.edu.au – 2022 Domestic UG Guide coursework and a substantial real-world between international and domestic politics Diploma of Arts industry, community, entrepreneurship or is necessary. Selection Rank: na Programs, majors and minors Studies in Religion; Theatre and Performance research project, or an honours project. Entry: Feb/Aug You will complete a major, a minor or a Studies; Writing Studies (minor only). Duration (full time): 1 year collection of units of study from the following B Arts (Dual Degree, Sciences Po, France)** Assumed knowledge: subject areas: American Studies; Ancient Career possibilities Depends on subjects chosen History; Archaeology; Art History; Asian A pathway to honours and postgraduate Selection Rank: 80* + other admission criteria For information on studies in France, including be recent school leavers – transfer applicants Studies; Biblical Studies and Classical Hebrew; studies in the arts and social sciences. Entry: Aug (in France) units of study, please refer to the Sciences Po are not eligible to apply. In addition to meeting Cultural Studies; Diversity Studies (minor only); Duration (full time): 2 + 2 years website: www.sciencespo.fr/en/home the academic requirements of an accepted Digital Cultures; English; Film Studies; Gender Studies; History; Jewish Civilisation, Thought Areas of study Assumed knowledge: Refer to B Arts secondary education (Year 12) qualification, Career possibilities you need to submit an online application and Culture; Linguistics; Music; Philosophy; Anthropologist, archaeologist, business directly to the University, including a personal administrator or manager, economist, statement, resume and school reports or Diploma of Language Studies Programs, majors and minors editor or publisher, foreign affairs and trade transcripts from the past three years, as This dual degree enables you to work towards officer, government policy officer, historian, well as attend an online interview. For more both a B Arts degree at Sciences Po in France language specialist, journalist, museum or information about admission criteria, tuition Selection Rank: na Programs, majors and minors Career possibilities for the first two years, and a B Arts degree at gallery curator, public relations manager, fees and the application process, visit the Entry: Feb/Aug You will complete a major, a minor or a Career opportunities depend on the area the University of Sydney for the remaining two researcher, sociologist. relevant course page. Duration (full time): 1 year (depending on collection of units of study from the following of study undertaken. A diploma is often a years. As part of your B Arts at the University of sydney.edu.au/courses completion option selected) language subject areas: Ancient Greek; Arabic springboard to a postgraduate degree or a way Sydney, you’ll have access to the shared pool Additional admission criteria Assumed knowledge: No prior language Language and Cultures; Biblical Studies and of focusing your study in a particular area by and the Open Learning Environment. Refer to Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Economics experience required. Language skills are Classical Hebrew; Chinese Studies; French doing a short course. B Arts for University of Sydney-based majors. Sciences Po Dual Degree applicants need to assessed by the department and students and Francophone Studies; Germanic Studies; are placed in the appropriate level (beginner, Hebrew (Modern); Indonesian Studies; Italian intermediate or advanced) class. Studies; Japanese Studies; Korean Studies; B Economics Latin, Modern Greek Studies; Sanskrit (minor B Economics/B Advanced Studies only); Spanish and Latin American Studies. Selection Rank: 91 Guaranteed Programs, majors and minors Career possibilities Diploma of Social Sciences Entry: Feb/Aug You will complete a program in Economics Accountant, banker, business consultant, Duration (full time): which includes a major from the list business information systems analyst, Selection Rank: na Programs, majors and minors Career possibilities 3 years (single)/ below, and a second major (mandatory economic analyst, economist, financial Entry: Feb/Aug You will complete a major, a minor or a A pathway to honours and postgraduate 4 years (combined) for B Economics/B Advanced Studies) or manager, government or NGO worker, human Duration (full time): 1 year collection of units of study from the following studies in the social sciences. Dalyell by invitation a minor from the shared pool or from the resource manager, industrial relations subject areas: Anthropology; Criminology; Assumed knowledge: Mathematics prerequisite‡: Yes following: Economics; Econometrics; Financial specialist, researcher, social policy adviser. Economic Policy; International Relations; Depends on subjects chosen Economics; Environmental, Agricultural and This degree will equip you with the capabilities Political Economy; Politics, Socio-legal Studies; Assumed knowledge: Resource Economics. You’ll also complete to develop economic and social policy and Sociology; Social Policy (minor only). Mathematics Advanced or higher units from the Open Learning Environment. to work in fields such as business, banking, In the final year of the combined degree you financial markets and consulting in both the will undertake advanced coursework and a private and public sectors. substantial real-world industry, community, entrepreneurship or research project, or an Combine B Economics with honours project. B Laws. * Selection ranks with an of Sydney, including English pay the applicable fee direct to commence this course asterisk are indicative and not language requirements. The Sciences Po. During years 3-4, may face additional costs B Economics (Dual Degree, Sciences Po, France)** Guaranteed Entry. higher of the English language students enrol in the applicable associated with their student Selection Rank: 91* + other admission criteria requirements of the two partner Sydney degree (international visa. For visa information, visit Programs, majors and minors Career possibilities Entry: Aug (in France) ** Sciences Po and University institutions will apply. students enrol in the applicable www.homeaffairs.gov.au Refer to B Economics for University of Sydney Accountant, banker, business consultant, Duration (full time): 2 + 2 years based-majors. For further information on business information systems analyst, of Sydney dual degrees The Sciences Po degree requires CRICOS-registered Sydney Mathematics prerequisite Ω: Yes studies in France, including units of study, economic analyst, economist, financial Admission to the Sciences a total of four years of full-time degree), with eligible transfer Assumed knowledge: please refer to the Sciences Po website: manager, human resource manager, industrial Po Dual Degree is highly study to be eligible for two credits for studies undertaken at Mathematics Advanced or higher www.sciencespo.fr/en/home relations specialist, researcher, social policy competitive. Applicants will need separate awards from Sciences Sciences Po. Students pay adviser. to meet the minimum admission Po and the University of Sydney. the applicable Sydney fee in years Page 24 Page 25 requirements for their degree During years 1-2, students enrol 3-4 to the University of Sydney. Additional admission criteria See B Arts (Dual Degree, Sciences Po, France). of choice at the University at Sciences Po, France, and Student visa holders who
Business courses BUSINESS B Commerce B Commerce/B Advanced Studies Selection Rank: 96 Guaranteed Programs, majors and minors Career possibilities At the University of Sydney Entry: Feb/Aug Duration (full time): 3 years (single)/4 years You will choose one major from the options below and a second major (mandatory Accountant, business analyst, entrepreneur, enterprise architect, financial dealer Business School, you’ll acquire (combined) Dalyell by invitation for B Commerce/B Advanced Studies) or a minor either from the shared pool or and broker, human resources specialist, international business consultant, investment from these options: Accounting; Banking banker, management consultant, marketing the skills to succeed as a business Mathematics prerequisite‡: Yes (major only); Business Analytics; Business executive, policy adviser, project manager. Assumed knowledge: Mathematics Information Systems; Business Law; Finance Advanced or higher professional or build your own (major only); Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management; Innovation and Combine B Commerce with B Advanced Computing, B Engineering entrepreneurial start-up. Graduate Entrepreneurship; International Business; Honours, B Laws. Management; Marketing; Professional Accounting (program). In the final year of the with the leadership abilities combined degree you will undertake advanced coursework and a substantial real world to drive positive change that industry, community, entrepreneurship or research project, or an honours project. has social, environmental and B Commerce/B Advanced Studies (Dalyell Scholars) commercial impact. sydney.edu.au – 2022 Domestic UG Guide Selection Rank: 98 Guaranteed Programs, majors and minors Career possibilities Entry: Feb/Aug Refer to B Commerce/B Advanced Accountant, business analyst, entrepreneur, Duration (full time): 4 years Studies. As a Dalyell Scholar your enterprise architect, financial dealer Dalyell by application B Commerce/B Advanced Studies will and broker, human resources specialist, Mathematics prerequisite‡: Yes incorporate 12 credit points of exclusive Dalyell international business consultant, investment units. These units will be complemented by banker, management consultant, marketing Assumed knowledge: Mathematics Your global business journey starts here Advanced or higher enrichment opportunities that you can tailor to your needs. They include accelerated executive, policy adviser, project manager. Our Bachelor of Commerce degree will prepare you study options, additional enrichment units of study from outside your primary discipline, for career success in a dynamic and disruptive global mentoring and professional skill development, Areas of study and the option to undertake an international economy. You'll be equipped with advanced disciplinary study experience with the support of a $2000 knowledge as well as critical thinking, communication global mobility scholarship. and leadership skills through opportunities to study around the world and gain real‑world experience with leading organisations. “The Business School has helped me accelerate my career through networking opportunities with leading industry figures. I’ve developed great relationships within the University community through which I’ve gained mentoring, work placements and employability skills.” Paris Vergan Assistant International Trade Advisor, Business France Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Advanced Studies 91 .3% TOP TOP 1 25 of business schools in the world for of undergraduate % worldwide with triple crown accreditation* Accounting & Finance and the top 50 for Business Business & Management students in employment & Management 4-6 months after Dalyell Scholars Assumed knowledge ‡ Mathematics For important Page 26 Page 27 * AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS accredited Studies** graduating*** see page 14 and prerequisites prerequisite information ** QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020 see page 53 see page 53 see page 53 *** QILT Graduate Outcomes Survey 2020
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