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The University of Sydney

The University of Sydney has been named as one of the world’s leading institutions making a positive impact on society, placing second in the world and first in Australia in the 2020 Times Higher Education Impact rankings.

The rankings, now in their second year, measure how an institution’s research, outreach and stewardship is delivering against the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The impact ranking recognises achievements in working collaboratively on real-world projects and aspirations as well as good governance and transparency. The University of Sydney performed particularly well in SDG 11 “sustainable cities and communities” and SDG 8 “decent work and economic growth”.

1st in Australia and 4th in the world for graduate employability

2nd in Australia and 40th in the world for 2021 university rankings


USYD is ranked in the top 80 for four of the other most credible and influential world university rankings.

  • #1: Times Higher Education (THE) University Impact Rankings 2020
  • #27: US News & World Report Rankings 2020
  • #51: Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021
  • #74: Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) 2020

USYD offers the widest range of academic programs of any university in Australia.

Faculties

  • Arts and Social Sciences
  • Business
  • Engineering
  • Medicine and Health
  • Science

University schools

  • Architecture, Design and Planning
  • Conservatorium of Music
  • Law

Feature Programmes

#61 in the world

Ranked 61st globally for engineering and technology by the 2020 QS University Rankings by Subject.

The Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Civil) will develop your comprehensive ability to plan, design and test structures within the built and natural environments. A suite of embedded professional skills will equip you to contribute to infrastructure that improves lives in Australia and worldwide.

As a civil engineering student, you will learn from leading experts about how to manage the design and construction of crucial modern infrastructure, including buildings, roads, transport and railways, bridges, tunnels, dams and ports, as well as systems for managing water, irrigation, sewage and floodwaters. Complementing this technical knowledge will be a range of professional skills in management, finance and problem solving.

As part of your degree you will undertake the award-winning Professional Engagement Program enabling you to change your approach to learning through self-reflection and extra-curricular activities throughout your degree.

The specialisations that best align with this degree are:

  • Construction Management
  • Environmental Fluids
  • Geotechnical
  • Humanitarian Engineering
  • Integrated Building
  • Engineering
  • Structures
  • Transport
Duration: 4 years Intakes: Feb, Jul
Fees: Please contact us
#61 in the world

Ranked 61st globally for engineering and technology by the 2020 QS University Rankings by Subject.

Revolutionise the next generation of space exploration with USYD Bachelor of Engineering with Space Engineering . This innovative program covers all space-related activities, from ground operations to the design and construction of orbital bodies and explorative spacecraft. You will learn to tackle nature’s most unforgiving environment in a dynamic and continually evolving industry.

Available to students in aeronautical, mechanical and mechatronic engineering streams in the Bachelor of Engineering Honours, space engineering is taught by leading experts in aerospace design and development. You will study all facets of space engineering, including orbital mechanics, space vehicles, groundstation infrastructure, space avionics and space robotics.

Complementing the knowledge and experience of your primary engineering stream, you will develop an extensive understanding of the space environment through four specialised units of study. In these units you will learn to generate solutions to diverse space engineering challenges, including designing optimal satellite orbits and spacecraft mechanics. You will also build technical and teamwork skills through the construction of a mock satellite, and can choose to compete internationally in rocket-building and satellite-launching competitions.

As part of the degree you will undertake the award-winning Professional Engagement Program enabling you to change your approach to learning through self-reflection and extra-curricular activities throughout your degree.

The engineering streams that best align with studying space engineering are:

  • Aeronautical
  • Mechanical
  • Mechatronic
Duration: 4 years Intakes: Feb, Jul
Fees: Please contact us
#61 in the world

Ranked 61st globally for engineering and technology by the 2020 QS University Rankings by Subject.

The Bachelor of Engineering Honours and Bachelor of Science (Medical Science) combined degree will develop your engineering expertise alongside the critical insights and research skills offered by the sciences.

It will emphasise the strong scientific foundations of engineering and expand your career options by giving you two qualifications with just one extra year of study.

You can combine any engineering streams (Aeronautical, Biomedical, Chemical and Biomolecular, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Mechatronic, and Software) with a Bachelor of Science (Medical Science). You will gain technical expertise alongside analytical and research skills to lead innovation across continually evolving industries. In addition to your engineering stream, you will also gain foundational knowledge and research skills in medical science, biomedicine and bioinformatics.

As part of your engineering degree you will undertake the award-winning Professional Engagement Program enabling you to change your approach to learning through self-reflection and extra-curricular activities throughout your degree.

Complementing your engineering studies, the Bachelor of Science (Medical Science) provides an essential foundation in the structure and function of the human body, from molecules through to whole systems. Core units will ensure you develop a breadth of knowledge across fields such as anatomy, cellular and molecular biochemistry, human physiology, immunobiology, infectious diseases, pharmacology and microbiology, and you will have the opportunity to specialise in senior units.

Duration: 4 years Intakes: Feb, Jul
Fees: Please contact us
#61 in the world

Ranked 61st globally for engineering and technology by the 2020 QS University Rankings by Subject.

The Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Mechanical) will develop your ability to design, manage and maintain a diverse range of mechanical applications. Through practical learning and industry experiences, you will be ready to transform the use of machines across a range of innovative and emerging industries.

As a mechanical engineering student, you will learn from leading experts how to analyse mechanical design using the principles of motion, energy and force to ensure the safety and reliability of products. You will also develop an understanding of how efficient systems and processes support the manufacture of products at a competitive cost.

During your four-year degree you will cover all aspects of mechanical engineering, including power generation, transport, building services, machinery, manufacturing, computer-aided design, advanced materials and environmental studies.

As part of your degree you will undertake the award-winning Professional Engagement Program enabling you to change your approach to learning through self-reflection and extra-curricular activities throughout your degree.

The specialisations that best align with this degree are:

  • Computational Engineering
  • Energy and the Environment
  • Engineering Design
  • Engineering Management
  • Fluids Engineering
  • Materials Science and Engineering
Duration: 4 years Intakes: Feb, Jul
Fees: Please contact us
#61 in the world

Ranked 61st globally for engineering and technology by the 2020 QS University Rankings by Subject.

The Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Aeronautical) develops a comprehensive understanding of the design process and operation of aircraft within the Earth’s atmosphere and in space. By combining practical learning and industry experience, this program will equip you for the aerospace industry’s next evolution.

As an aeronautical engineering student, you will be taught by leading professionals within the aerospace industry through hands-on learning throughout your degree. You will develop a complex understanding of flight vehicle design, including knowledge of aerodynamics, propulsion systems, structural design, materials, avionics, and stability and control systems.
During your degree you will participate in construction of a light aircraft, developing a multifaceted knowledge of design, operations and aeronautical regulations. Through this process you will also learn that maintaining and operating a flight vehicle requires a deep understanding of materials, reliability and maintenance. This knowledge will equip you to structurally analyse and assess aircraft for repairs.

In your third year you will conduct hands-on experiments with wind-tunnel tests, gain elementary flying experience and design your own industry-style test projects. You will complete a final-year honours thesis that enables you to specialise in a particular aerospace field, such as helicopter design, structural optimisation or experimental aerodynamics.

As part of your degree you will undertake the award-winning Professional Engagement Program enabling you to change your approach to learning through self-reflection and extra-curricular activities throughout your degree.

The specialisations that best align with this degree are:

  • Computational Engineering
  • Engineering Aerodynamics
  • Flight Data Analysis
Duration: 4 years Intakes: Feb, Jul
Fees: Please contact us
#61 in the world

Ranked 61st globally for engineering and technology by the 2020 QS University Rankings by Subject.

Overview
You’ll develop specialised technical knowledge in geomechanical engineering, learning how to examine soil and rock layers and determine their physical and chemical properties to design foundations and earthworks structures.

Admission
To be eligible for admission, an applicant is required to have:

  • an Australian Bachelor of Engineering degree in the relevant discipline with a credit average (65 percent) or equivalent qualification or
  • an Australian Bachelor of Engineering degree in the relevant discipline or equivalent, and five years relevant professional work experience or
  • the relevant University of Sydney Graduate Diploma or Graduate Certificate in Engineering with a credit average (65 percent).
    Units completed in the graduate diploma/graduate certificate can be credited to the master’s degree.

For qualifications awarded outside Australia, equivalencies and entry requirements are determined based on the country, institution and qualification.

Career Pathways
Graduates of the Master of Engineering (Geomechanical Engineering) will have achieved the higher levels of specialisation necessary to excel in their chosen field. Professional engineering skills developed throughout the course will reflect current industry standards in order to provide graduates with enhanced opportunities for advancement in their careers. New opportunities to progress into areas such as research and innovation in their field will also be possible following the completion of this course.

Duration: 1.5 years Intakes: Feb, Jul
Fees: Please contact us
#61 in the world

Ranked 61st globally for engineering and technology by the 2020 QS University Rankings by Subject.

Overview
You’ll develop specialised technical knowledge in power engineering, gaining the advanced skills to plan, design, construct, operate and maintain power systems and equipment.

Admission
To be eligible for admission, an applicant is required to have:

  • an Australian Bachelor of Engineering degree in the relevant discipline with a credit average (65 percent) or equivalent qualification or
  • an Australian Bachelor of Engineering degree in the relevant discipline or equivalent, and five years relevant professional work experience or
  • the relevant University of Sydney Graduate Diploma or Graduate Certificate in Engineering with a credit average (65 percent).
    Units completed in the graduate diploma/graduate certificate can be credited to the master’s degree.

For qualifications awarded outside Australia, equivalencies and entry requirements are determined based on the country, institution and qualification.

Career Pathways
Graduates of the Master of Engineering (Power Engineering) will have achieved the higher levels of specialisation necessary to excel in their chosen field. Professional engineering skills developed throughout the course will reflect current industry standards in order to provide graduates with enhanced opportunities for advancement in their careers. New opportunities to progress into areas such as research and innovation in their field will also be possible following the completion of this course.

Duration: 1.5 years Intakes: Feb, Jul
Fees: Please contact us
#61 in the world

Ranked 61st globally for engineering and technology by the 2020 QS University Rankings by Subject.

Overview
You’ll develop specialised technical knowledge in fluids engineering, learning about fluid mechanics and engineering systems associated with the fluid environment.

Admission
To be eligible for admission, an applicant is required to have:

  • an Australian Bachelor of Engineering degree in the relevant discipline with a credit average (65 percent) or equivalent qualification or
  • an Australian Bachelor of Engineering degree in the relevant discipline or equivalent, and five years relevant professional work experience or
  • the relevant University of Sydney Graduate Diploma or Graduate Certificate in Engineering with a credit average (65 percent).
    Units completed in the graduate diploma/graduate certificate can be credited to the master’s degree.

For qualifications awarded outside Australia, equivalencies and entry requirements are determined based on the country, institution and qualification.

Career Pathways
Graduates of the Master of Engineering (Fluids Engineering) will have achieved the higher levels of specialisation necessary to excel in their chosen field. Professional engineering skills developed throughout the course will reflect current industry standards in order to provide graduates with enhanced opportunities for advancement in their careers. New opportunities to progress into areas such as research and innovation in their field will also be possible following the completion of this course.

Duration: 1.5 years Intakes: Feb, Jul
Fees: Please contact us
#61 in the world

Ranked 61st globally for engineering and technology by the 2020 QS University Rankings by Subject.

Overview
You’ll develop specialised technical knowledge in risk management, gaining an understanding of the Australian standards applied to manufacturing and processing industries through project management, industrial processing and risk management operations in an engineering context.

Admission
To be eligible for admission, an applicant is required to have:

  • an Australian Bachelor of Engineering degree in the relevant discipline with a credit average (65 percent) or equivalent qualification or
  • an Australian Bachelor of Engineering degree in the relevant discipline or equivalent, and five years relevant professional work experience or
  • the relevant University of Sydney Graduate Diploma or Graduate Certificate in Engineering with a credit average (65 percent).
    Units completed in the graduate diploma/graduate certificate can be credited to the master’s degree.

For qualifications awarded outside Australia, equivalencies and entry requirements are determined based on the country, institution and qualification.

Career Pathways
Graduates of the Master of Engineering (Risk Management) will have achieved the higher levels of specialisation necessary to excel in their chosen field. Professional engineering skills developed throughout the course will reflect current industry standards in order to provide graduates with enhanced opportunities for advancement in their careers. New opportunities to progress into areas such as research and innovation in their field will also be possible following the completion of this course.

Duration: 1.5 years Intakes: Feb, Jul
Fees: Please contact us

The University of Sydney Business School is triple accredited, placing it in the top one percent of business schools in the world.
We are ranked No. 1 in Australia and No. 4 in the world for graduate employability (QS 2020).

USYD business school is the only business school in Australia to hold both the coveted triple crown accreditation and CEMS membership.

AACSB Accreditation

The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) recognises business schools based on their high-quality curriculum, faculty, research, innovation and global engagement.

AMBA Accreditation

The Association of MBAs (AMBA) accredits MBA, DBA and Master’s Degree programs that demonstrate the highest standards in teaching, learning and curriculum design, career development and employability, and student, alumni and employer interaction. The University of Sydney Business School was first awarded accreditation in 2019 for a period of five years.

EQUIS Accreditation

The European Foundation for Management Development’s Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) aims to raise the standard of management education worldwide by assessing institutions as a whole. This includes reviewing all programs on offer from bachelor’s degrees to PhDs. First awarded in 2004, the University of Sydney Business School is accredited until 2021.

CEMS Membership

The Global Alliance in Management Education (known as CEMS) is a strategic alliance of leading business schools and multinational companies that together offer postgraduate students a unique blend of education and professional experience. In each country, only one business school is chosen to be part of the CEMS alliance. The CEMS Master of International Management is a prestigious global business degree that is often acknowledged as the best passport for an international career. We are proud that Deloitte chose to join CEMS as our corporate partner.

Overview
Your global business journey starts here. Our Bachelor of Commerce offers a wide variety of subject options, interactive learning experiences and a strong commercial grounding in business. Take advantage of our international exchange and industry placement opportunities and tailor your degree to launch your career in virtually any field, anywhere in the world.

The three-year, full-time (or equivalent part-time) program combines theory and practice to build your understanding of how businesses operate. You’ll gain the analytical, technical and practical skills to apply your knowledge effectively in your career.

To succeed in business, graduates need to be equipped with a solid grounding in areas such as accounting and business statistics, as well as leadership skills and a global mindset. Our Bachelor of Commerce combines theory and practice to teach you how businesses operate. Alongside technical development, you will gain critical thinking and problem-solving skills to apply your knowledge effectively in the business world. Our core units, Future of Business and Leading and Influencing in Business, have been specifically designed to prepare you for the contemporary workforce and a global career.

Majors

Building on this foundation, you can choose up to two majors. At least one major must be chosen from our wide range of business subject areas:

  • Accounting
  • Banking
  • Business Analytics
  • Business Information Systems
  • Business Law
  • Finance
  • Industrial Relations and Human Resource
  • Management
  • International Business
    Management
  • Marketing

Why study here?

  • Choose from one of the largest ranges of majors of any business school in Australia.
  • Build your global network as you connect with our Australian and international partners.
  • Take advantage of exchange opportunities and work with leading companies in Sydney, Southeast Asia, Europe, the United States and South America through our industry placements.
  • Access our dedicated Careers and Employability Office for specialised services that will help you achieve your career aspirations.
Duration: 3 years Intakes: Feb, Jul
Fees: Please contact us

Overview
Pursue your interests in business and law through our Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws program and graduate with two degrees that will open doors to excellent career prospects in both fields. You will develop foundational knowledge of law, with the commercial, technical and management skills to launch your career as a legal practitioner, or step into the business world where a law degree is highly regarded.

Today’s law graduates need to be equipped with an agile mindset, and the ability to draw on legal and non-legal insights to solve multi-faceted problems, amidst unprecedented change, shifting client expectations and rapid technological advancements.

The Bachelor of Laws (LLB) is one of the most reputable law programs in Australia, highly regarded overseas and your first step towards admissions as a legal practitioner in NSW.

Focused on the modern legal environment, you will develop the complex problem solving and analytical skills required to meet the challenges of a contemporary global landscape.

Complementing your legal studies, the Bachelor of Commerce combines business theory with practice, giving you a solid foundation in business subject areas such as:

  • Accounting
  • Banking
  • Business Analytics
  • Business Information Systems
  • Business Law
  • Finance
  • Industrial Relations and Human Resource
  • Management
  • International Business
    Management
  • Marketing

You will be exposed to real-world business cases and experiences, drawn from our wide network of Australian and international business partners. The program also allows you to tailor your degree through the completion of at least one commerce major from a wide range of business subject areas.

Why study here?

  • World renowned for legal education the University of Sydney Law School is ranked 12th in the world in the QS World University Rankings for the discipline of law.
  • Build your global network as you connect with our Australian and international partners.
    Take advantage of exchange opportunities and work with leading companies in Sydney, Southeast Asia, Europe, the United States and South America through our industry placements.
  • Access the Business School’s dedicated Careers and Employability Office for specialised services that will help you achieve your career aspirations.
Duration: 3 years Intakes: Feb, Jul
Fees: Please contact us

Overview
The Bachelor of Engineering Honours and Bachelor of Commerce combined degree offers extensive knowledge of your chosen engineering stream complemented by a strong grounding in business. You will gain technical, analytical and practical skills, understand the process of commercialisation, and learn to manage innovative projects.

In this program you can combine any of the engineering streams (Aeronautical, Biomedical, Chemical and Biomolecular, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Mechatronic, and Software) with studies in business. In addition to your engineering stream, you will complete one major in any area of business.

As part of your engineering degree you will undertake the award-winning Professional Engagement Program enabling you to change your approach to learning through self-reflection and extra-curricular activities throughout your degree.

Complementing your engineering studies, the Bachelor of Commerce combines business theory with practice, giving you a solid grounding in areas such as finance, accounting, economics and business statistics. You will be exposed to real-world business cases and experiences drawn from our wide network of Australian and international business partners. The program also allows you to tailor your degree by completing a commerce major.

Duration: 5 years Intakes: Feb, Jul
Fees: Please contact us
#1 in Australia

USYD MBA has been ranked No. 1 in Australia by the Australian Financial Review BOSS Magazine biannual MBA Rankings in 2017 and 2019.

Overview
Today’s global business environment is rapidly changing. With Australia’s no. 1 ranked MBA, you can become your future anything.

Our unique, experiential program is purpose built to unlock your personal and professional ambitions and refine your leadership skills. Delivered in our CBD campus, this flexible course can be completed in two to three years of part-time study.

Designed in close consultation with leading businesses and industry experts, you will develop the knowledge, skills and attributes that are required to succeed in an increasingly complex global business environment. The program will expose you to cutting-edge business knowledge, give you practical experience applying theory to real world commercial challenges and provide you with access to unique global opportunities.

We combine high-level research with a practical, hands‑on approach to learning and a focus on you as an individual to ensure that you realise your ambitions.

Duration: 1.5 years Intakes: Feb, Jul
Fees: Please contact us
#1 in Australia

The Economist, Financial Times and QS World University Rankings have all ranked our Master of Management number 1 in Australia.

Overview
Specifically designed for recent graduates from any area of study, our Master of Management provides you with a strong foundation in business along with the soft skills to help you pursue your dream career. All in just one year.

Our unique program is designed for those seeking a dynamic business career, who want to gain experience in the essential areas of business, from strategy to digital innovation.

No prior work experience is needed and graduates from any area of study are encouraged to apply. You will be part of a hand-picked group of around 50 students who work together in an inspiring environment.

Real-world, industry experience
You will gain hands-on experience working with multinational corporations such as Deloitte, PwC and Procter and Gamble, making invaluable contacts and forging future networks.

Duration: 1.15 years Intakes: Feb, Jul
Fees: Please contact us
#16 in the world

Ranked 16th globally for transportation science and technology by the 2020 Shanghai-based Academic Ranking of World Universities by Subject.

Overview
The Master of Transport is Australia’s first interdisciplinary degree focusing on the engineering, urban planning, and business management of transport.

This professional full-time degree is ideal for graduates wanting to pursue a career in the ever-growing global transport sector or professionals already in the field wanting to upskill.

It is designed to develop your critical understanding about the prevalence and identification of transport systems, core capabilities for analysing and designing such systems, and proficiencies in broad interdisciplinary analysis.

The Master of Transport will also further your ability for strategic and logical reasoning, deduction, and network and temporal data analysis. You will also have the benefit of undertaking a practice-based capstone project.

Duration: 1.15 years Intakes: Feb, Jul
Fees: Please contact us
#1 in the world

The University is ranked first in Australia and fourth in the world for graduate employability in the QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020.

Overview
Logistics and supply chain management are rapidly changing, global industries. With a strong focus on resilience, analytics, sustainability, ethics and responsible management, our future-focused postgraduate program will equip you with the relevant skills for a successful and rewarding career in this fast-growing sector.

Taught by the University’s Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies, recognised by the Australian Government as a key centre of excellence in research and education, you will benefit from the centre’s strong links with industry, and learn to apply the concepts, techniques and principles at the heart of logistics and supply chain management.

Our graduates are in high demand across many industries, including procurement, manufacturing, shipping, airlines, freight, import/export and retail.

Why here?

  • Graduates are in high demand across many industries.
  • Choose from a range of electives to suit your career goals.
  • USYD Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies is recognised as a key centre for excellence in transport and logistics research and education by the Australian Government.
  • We offer pathway options through the Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma of Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
  • Have your prior learning and work experience recognised through Reduced Volume of Learning.
  • Access USYD award-winning Careers and Employability Office for specialised services that will help you achieve your career aspirations.
Duration: 1.5 years Intakes: Feb, Jul
Fees: Please contact us
#13 in the world

With more than 150 years of experience, the University of Sydney Law School is one of the world’s leading law schools, ranked 13th in the world in the 2020 QS World University Rankings by Subject.

Overview
USYD highly regarded Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Laws combined degree program will challenge you to think differently. You will graduate with two degrees, opening the door to a wide range of career opportunities – in law or another area where legal skills are in demand. Specialised career fields include compliance, securities regulation and economic analysis.

The Bachelor of Laws (LLB) is one of the most reputable law programs in Australia, highly regarded overseas and your first step towards admissions as a legal practitioner in NSW.

Focused on the modern legal environment, you will develop the complex problem solving and analytical skills required to meet the challenges of a contemporary global landscape.

The Bachelor of Economics will give you a comprehensive understanding of the overall context of business and government, and the high-level technical skills to analyse economic and social data and events. You will gain an excellent grounding in economic theory and business statistics, completing a major in economics, agricultural and resource economics, financial economics or the more statistically based econometrics.

Duration: 5 years Intakes: Feb, Jul
Fees: Please contact us
#13 in the world

With more than 150 years of experience, the University of Sydney Law School is one of the world’s leading law schools, ranked 13th in the world in the 2020 QS World University Rankings by Subject.

Overview
USYD highly regarded Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws combined degree program will challenge you to think differently. You will graduate with two degrees, opening the door to a wide range of career opportunities – in law or another area where legal skills are in demand.

The Bachelor of Laws (LLB) is one of the most reputable law programs in Australia, highly regarded overseas and your first step towards admissions as a legal practitioner in NSW.

Focused on the modern legal environment, you will develop the complex problem solving and analytical skills required to meet the challenges of a contemporary global landscape.

The Bachelor of Arts (BA) offers broad choice across more than 45 subject areas, allowing you to build a solid foundation in another area(s), and gain a unique perspective.

You study the BA over three years and complete the equivalent of the first year of the LLB at the same time. In years four and five, you will take the remaining compulsory and elective units of the LLB respectively. If you wish to complete honours, you may do so in your fourth year of study, deferring your remaining law units until your fifth year of study.

Duration: 5 years Intakes: Feb, Jul
Fees: Please contact us
#61 in the world

Ranked 61st globally for engineering and technology by the 2020 QS University Rankings by Subject.

Overview
Our Bachelor of Engineering Honours and Bachelor of Laws combined degree provides an excellent foundation for a career in law or engineering. From wi-fi to space travel, engineering and technology professionals develop innovative and sustainable solutions to society’s greatest problems. Your law studies will focus on interpreting and applying the legal system and you will develop invaluable critical thinking skills and legal expertise.

Engineers create smarter ways of running the planet, and in this program you can combine any of the engineering streams (Aeronautical, Biomedical, Chemical and Biomolecular, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Mechatronic, and Software) with studies in law.

As part of your engineering degree you will undertake the award-winning Professional Engagement Program enabling you to change your approach to learning through self-reflection and extra-curricular activities throughout your degree.

You will spend your first three years undertaking a combination of engineering and law units, before completing your engineering specialisation in fourth year. In your fifth and sixth years you will complete a fixed curriculum in law before specialising in areas such as taxation, banking, criminal, environmental, family, international and humanitarian law.

Duration: 6 years Intakes: Feb, Jul
Fees: Please contact us

Overview
This specialist qualification in business law and regulation offers you an opportunity to choose from the entire range of units of study offered through Sydney Law School’s commercial law, corporate, securities and finance law, international business law, international taxation and taxation programs.

This degree reflects the growing importance of legal literacy and business law expertise among non-lawyers working in business, finance, commercial and corporate environments. It also provides a master’s-level qualification that builds on the completion of professional accountancy qualifications.

You can choose from up to 70 units of study in any given year one of the largest choices of any master’s by coursework program at Sydney Law School.

Duration: 1 years Intakes: Feb, Jul
Fees: Please contact us

Overview
This unique and innovative program involves study across the fields of science and law. You will explore and analyse contemporary issues in climate and environmental law.

Climate and environmental law form one of the law’s most rapidly expanding areas of specialisation. At Sydney Law School, you will find a wide variety of units available in the study of this field. You can select from a wide range of units of study, including international and comparative environmental law, which focuses on the Asia-Pacific region.
The program is designed to meet the needs of environmental specialists from both Australia and overseas. Non-lawyers working or wishing to work in the environmental field are also welcome to apply to enrol in the program.

Sydney Law School offers candidates the opportunity to study their chosen areas of specialisation in the format that suits them best. This includes intensive units of study and the opportunity to take units from other related disciplines. The depth and innovation of the course is complemented by its well-reputed academic staff and visiting lecturers. The course includes an International Faculty which brings experts from various countries to lecture in specialist units.

Duration: 1 years Intakes: Feb, Jul
Fees: Please contact us

Overview
Sydney Law School offers one of the nation’s leading postgraduate programs in health and medical law.

The Master of Health Law (MHL) is a flexible, specialist qualification covering wide-ranging legal and ethical issues in healthcare. You will learn to identify, analyse and develop solutions to complex legal, ethical and policy issues affecting health and health services.

Our students come from a wide range of disciplinary backgrounds. They include practising lawyers, health professionals, health administrators, government officers, health advocates and others seeking a deeper understanding of legal and regulatory issues arising within the health sector.

The core and elective units of study cover a wide range of areas, including healthcare law, the impact of new technologies on healthcare, the regulation of the health professions, litigation and dispute resolution, public health law, mental health law, and global health law and governance.

Duration: 1 years Intakes: Feb, Jul
Fees: Please contact us

Overview
Sydney Law School offers a rare and flexible program in Employment and Labour Law that allows you to pursue specific units in labour law, employment law, discrimination law and dispute resolution.

The Master of Labour Law and Relations is a sought-after qualification for people with or without a law degree that merges the expertise of Sydney Law School with the Discipline of Work and Organisational Studies (part of the University of Sydney Business School) and the Department of Political Economy.

If you are a lawyer or other professional working in the human resources field in government, business, industry or private practice, you will find this interdisciplinary master’s degree an invaluable professional training experience.

Duration: 1 years Intakes: Feb, Jul
Fees: Please contact us

Overview
Develop your understanding of the relationship between the law and analysis and implementation of public policy by examining the values inherent in administrative law and those of public administration, together with the practical aspects of applying the law.

This program offers the opportunity for public administrators specialising as lawyers or policy analysts to learn together within the disciplines of law, government and social policy. It also provides an understanding of public policy objectives and of appropriate methodological approaches to analysing the social and economic effects of reforms.

This degree is unique in terms of its content and delivery. Administered by Sydney Law School, it offers you an opportunity to complement your law studies with study through the University’s Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and our School of Education and Social Work.

Duration: 1 years Intakes: Feb, Jul
Fees: Please contact us

Scholarships

Scholarship NameAmount
Vice-Chancellor International Scholarships SchemeA$5k ~ A$20k (1 Semester)
Up to A$40k (1 year)
Sydney Scholars AwardA$6K
Dr Abdul Kalam International Undergraduate Scholarships50% tuition fees
Faculty of Engineering Credit Agreement scholarshipA$5k
Faculty of Arts & Social Science International ScholarshipA$5k / A$10k (1 semester)
A$20k for 1 year
Business School International ScholarshipA$5k / A$10k (1 semester)
A$20k for 1 year
Dean Undergraduate ScholarshipA$5k per year (up to 4 years)
Scholarship NameAmount
Vice-Chancellor International Scholarships SchemeA$5k ~ A$20k (1 Semester)
Up to A$40k (1 year)
Dr Abdul Kalam International Postgraduate Scholarships50% tuition fees (1st year)
Faculty of Arts & Social Science International ScholarshipA$5k / A$10k (1 semester)
A$20k for 1 year
Business School International ScholarshipA$5k / A$10k (1 semester)
A$20k for 1 year

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