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Bachelor

If you are doing or have done particularly well in your Law degree, you should consider completing an Honours degree.…

Entry Requirements

Students who have completed all requirements for their LLB degree, or their combined LLB degree, with a weighted average mark of 70% in their LLB subjects are eligible to apply for entry to this course.

Duration
1 year full-time, 2 years part-time
Study Mode
In person
Graduate Satisfaction
89.50%

Bachelor

The Bachelor of Oral Health will prepare you for a rewarding career as an oral health therapist.

Entry Requirements

Admission to this course is on the basis of the following criteria:

  • a secondary education qualification such as the NSW Higher School Certificate (including national and international equivalents), or approved higher education study, including approved preparation courses. (Lowest ATAR to be considered: 83 for domestic applicants; 80 for international applicants)
  • Satisfactory performance in a series of Multiple Mini Interviews (MMIs) - see below for more information.
  • English language requirements where these are not demonstrated by sufficient qualifications taught in English.

Admission pathways are open to domestic applicants on the basis of equity or other adjustment factors, including for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants. For details, visit admission pathways.

Multiple Mini Interviews (MMIs)

All eligible applicants must attend the Multiple Mini Interviews (MMIs). Eligible domestic applicants are required to participate in the MMIs on the Camperdown/Darlington Campus. Eligible international applicants may choose to take part in the MMIs on the Camperdown/Darlington Campus or via a video link.

About the MMIs

The MMIs are a series of short interviews of approximately 5 minutes each, where applicants move between interview stations and are required to discuss scenarios and/or issues with one or more interviewers. On the day of your interview, you must register 30 minutes prior to your scheduled interview time. Your interview will last 35 minutes. However, you should allow at least one hour in addition to this time in case there is a delay, or there is a need to clarify a matter.

Registration

All applicants, except Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants and Early Offer Year 12 (E12) applicants, are required to register online for the MMI via this website. Applicants are required to register online during the registration period and pay a non-refundable Interview Booking and Administration fee of $100 (incl. GST). Online payment via credit card (Visa or Mastercard) will be required at the time of booking to secure the interview booking. See timeline below for important dates, including registration open and close dates.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants and E12 applicants are not required to register for the MMI or pay the associated Interview Booking and Administration Fee.

MMIs (face-to-face only) will be held on Tuesday 3 and Wednesday 4 December 2019 in the Education Building on the Camperdown/Darlington Campus. After registration, and within 3 working days, applicants will receive an email confirmation specifying the date and venue of their MMI. On 20 November 2019, all applicants will be notified of the specific time of their MMI and are required to confirm their attendance by email. Please be advised that the interview date and time are not negotiable. However, international applicants may choose to attend an MMI via a video link on 26 September 2019.

Note: Invitations will be sent by email to the email address provided when registering for the MMI, and for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants and E12 applicants, to the email address listed on your UAC application. Please ensure you provide your own phone number and current email address and check all mail boxes including the junk mail box regula

Duration
3 years full-time
Study Mode
In person
Domestic Tuition Fees
$10,958 per year / $32,874 total
International Tuition Fees
$46,500 per year / $139,500 total
ATAR
83

Bachelor

With its flexibility and huge choice of majors, the Bachelor of Liberal Arts and Science provides you with a …

Entry Requirements

Admission to this course is on the basis of the following criteria:

Admission pathways are open to domestic applicants on the basis of equity or other adjustment factors, including for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants. For details, visit admission pathways.

Duration
3 years full-time
Study Mode
In person
Domestic Tuition Fees
$6,566 per year / $19,698 total
International Tuition Fees
$42,000 per year / $126,000 total
ATAR
70
Graduate Satisfaction
82.90%

Bachelor

Take a lead role in designing and transforming your world.

Entry Requirements

Admission this course is on the basis of the following criteria:

Admission pathways are available for educationally disadvantaged applicants and for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants. For details, visit admission pathways.

Prerequisites

Mathematics (equivalent of band 4 in the NSW HSC subject Mathematics* or band E3 in Mathematics Extension 1 or 2) from 2019, if you are completing a senior secondary (year 12) qualification in Australia. For details including equivalent requirements for other qualifications, visit Mathematics course prerequisites.

*The subject requirement refers to Mathematics (not Mathematics General or Mathematics Standard), or Mathematics Advanced which will be first examined in the NSW HSC in 2020.

Duration
4 years full-time
Study Mode
In person
Domestic Tuition Fees
$9,359 per year / $37,436 total
International Tuition Fees
$46,500 per year / $186,000 total
ATAR
92
Graduate Satisfaction
64.80%

Bachelor

A Bachelor of Science opens up a world of opportunity.

Entry Requirements

Admission to this course is on the basis of the following criteria:

Admission pathways are open to domestic applicants on the basis of equity or other adjustment factors, including for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants. For details, visit admission pathways.

Prerequisites

Mathematics (equivalent of band 4 in the NSW HSC subject Mathematics* or band E3 in Mathematics Extension 1 or 2) from 2019, if you are completing a senior secondary (year 12) qualification in Australia. For details including equivalent requirements for other qualifications, visit Mathematics course prerequisites.

*The subject requirement refers to Mathematics (not Mathematics General or Mathematics Standard), or Mathematics Advanced which will be first examined in the NSW HSC in 2020.

Study Mode
In person
Domestic Tuition Fees
$9,359 per year
International Tuition Fees
$46,500 per year
ATAR
80
Graduate Satisfaction
82.90%

Bachelor

Lead the next generation of engineering innovation and development.

Entry Requirements

Admission as a Dalyell scholar is on the basis of the following criteria:

  • a secondary education qualification such as the NSW Higher School Certificate (including national and international equivalents) with an ATAR of 98 or equivalent, or the first year of full time study in a bachelor's degree with an average mark of 80 or equivalent.
  • English language requirements where these are not demonstrated by sufficient qualifications taught in English.

Admission pathways are open to domestic applicants on the basis of equity or other adjustment factors. To be considered for admission as a Dalyell scholar via an admission pathway, as a guide for eligibility, the following minimum ATARs are required: ATAR of 95 for Broadway, E12 and Future Leaders; an ATAR of 90 for Cadigal - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants. For details, visit admission pathways.

Prerequisites

Mathematics (equivalent of band 4 in the NSW HSC subject Mathematics* or band E3 in Mathematics Extension 1 or 2) from 2019, if you are completing a senior secondary (year 12) qualification in Australia. For details including equivalent requirements for other qualifications, visit Mathematics course prerequisites.

*The subject requirement refers to Mathematics (not Mathematics General or Mathematics Standard), or Mathematics Advanced which will be first examined in the NSW HSC in 2020.

Duration
4 years full-time
Study Mode
In person
Domestic Tuition Fees
$9,359 per year / $37,436 total
International Tuition Fees
$46,500 per year / $186,000 total
ATAR
98
Graduate Satisfaction
64.80%

Bachelor

This course prepares you for employment in a diverse and changing field, in which your capacity to transfer k…

Entry Requirements

Admission to this course is on the basis of the following criteria:

Admission pathways are open to domestic applicants on the basis of equity or other adjustment factors, including for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants. For details, visit admission pathways.

Credit for previous study
Credit equivalent to 48 credit points in the Bachelor of Social Work is given for a full year of undergraduate study in any field or for a completed Diploma in Community Services or equivalent. Further credit is assessed individually.

Inherent requirements for programs in social work
To assist students to make informed choices about their study, the Sydney School of Education and Social Work has identified inherent requirements for coursework-award courses in social work. In order to successfully complete such a course, students must possess these qualities and skills (PDF).

Study Mode
In person
Domestic Tuition Fees
$6,566 per year
International Tuition Fees
$42,000 per year
ATAR
80
Graduate Satisfaction
86.20%

Bachelor

This six-year combined degree will provide an excellent foundation for a career in law or engineering.

Entry Requirements

Admission this course is on the basis of the following criteria:

Admission pathways are available for educationally disadvantaged applicants and for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants. For details, visit admission pathways.

Prerequisites

Mathematics (equivalent of band 4 in the NSW HSC subject Mathematics* or band E3 in Mathematics Extension 1 or 2) from 2019, if you are completing a senior secondary (year 12) qualification in Australia. For details including equivalent requirements for other qualifications, visit Mathematics course prerequisites.

*The subject requirement refers to Mathematics (not Mathematics General or Mathematics Standard), or Mathematics Advanced which will be first examined in the NSW HSC in 2020.

Transfer:
If you do not obtain the ATAR into Combined Law at Sydney you may like to consider the transfer option. You can enrol in another degree at any University, including Sydney. You will be assessed according to either your tertiary grades or your secondary qualifications, whichever is higher. If you have not studied at tertiary level for at least one year full-time in the same degree, you will be assessed according to your secondary qualifications only. Entry into Combined Law is competitive and places are limited. If you are unsuccessful in a transfer application at the end of the first year you can reapply after the second year. The credit transfer policies of the Law School and its partner faculties are used when determining the amount of credit for previous studies. However, it is not possible to complete Combined Law within five years if you transfer after more than one year of university study, and you may wish to consider completing your first degree and then applying for the Juris Doctor.

Study Mode
In person
Domestic Tuition Fees
$10,159 per year
International Tuition Fees
$42,000 per year
ATAR
99
Graduate Satisfaction
64.80%

Bachelor

The honours year in science is a widely recognised and highly regarded additional year of undergraduate study…

Entry Requirements
Admission requirements

To qualify for admission to the To qualify for admission to the Bachelor of Science (Advanced Mathematics) (Honours), you must:

  1. have qualified for or be a graduate with a Bachelor of Science (Advanced Mathematics) from the University of Sydney;
  2. have completed a relevant major (i.e., a minimum of 24 credit points of 3000-level units of study) relating to the intended Honours discipline;
  3. have achieved a Science Weighted Average Mark (SCIWAM*) of at least 65.00 or have a credit average (65.00) in 48 credit points of relevant** 2000-level and 3000-level units of study; and
  4. satisfy any additional criteria set by the relevant Head of School or Discipline.

The University's Coursework Rule requires Bachelor of Science (Advanced Mathematics) (Honours) students to complete their Honours program within 10 years of the commencement of their original qualifying Bachelor of Science (Advanced Mathematics) degree. As such, if your original Bachelor of Science (Advanced Mathematics) degree was commenced more than 10 years ago or close to 10 years ago, you may be ineligible for admission.

Applicants whose original Bachelor of Science (Advanced Mathematics) degree was commenced more than 10 years ago or close to 10 years ago are strongly recommended to seek advice from the Admissions Office prior to submitting an application for Bachelor of Science (Advanced Mathematics) (Honours). The Admissions Office will consult and confer with the relevant contacts in the Faculty of Science and the relevant School as appropriate.

Please note that, in some Schools and Disciplines, the minimum SCIWAM requirement is higher than 65.00, particularly where entry is very competitive. For example, a minimum SCIWAM of 75.00 is generally required for entry into Honours in Psychology.

* SCIWAM is the average over all second and third year units attempted. For more information please consult the current Faculty of Science Handbook and visit the SCIWAM Calculator.

**Relevant units of study must be nominated by the School or Discipline and must be accompanied by strong written support from the School or Discipline.

Willingness of a member of academic staff to act as your supervisor does not guarantee entry into Honours. However, admission into Honours is subject to an appropriate supervisor and project being available.

Students who are not admitted to the Science Honours program may alternatively consider the Graduate Diploma in Science. The Graduate Diploma in Science is offered as either a one-year full-time or a two-year part-time course with similar content, structure and assessment as the Science Honours year. The Graduate Diploma in Science is a full fee-paying postgraduate coursework program.

Duration
1 year full-time
Study Mode
In person
Domestic Tuition Fees
$9,359 per year / $9,359 total
International Tuition Fees
$46,500 per year / $46,500 total
Graduate Satisfaction
82.90%

Bachelor

The Bachelor of Music Studies (Honours) is an appended year open to students who have completed either the Ba…

Entry Requirements

To gain entry a candidate must:

  • Have qualified for the award of the pass degree of Bachelor of Music Studies from the University of Sydney or comparable three-year degree from another tertiary institution

  • Candidates must have achieved a distinction average in the overall degree, including all written subjects, and achieved a distinction average in their principal study or area of specialisation in years two or three

  • In addition to the above requirements, prospective candidates will need to submit a minimum 500-word proposal outlining the aims of their research, including the relevance of the research question, references to supporting literature and possible ethical considerations

  • Successful completion of an audition and/or interview.
Duration
1 year full-time, 2 years part-time
Study Mode
In person
Domestic Tuition Fees
$6,566 per year / $6,566 total
International Tuition Fees
$39,000 per year / $39,000 total
Graduate Satisfaction
75.80%

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