University of Sydney

University of Sydney

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Location 🌎

Language of instruction 💬

Eligible faculty 🎓

Sydney, Australia English Open to All Faculties

Highlights

The University of Sydney is consistently placed among the top 50 universities in the world. With a reimagined undergraduate curriculum, world-class facilities, inspirational academics and a vibrant campus life, it is a place where students can attain widely recognized and respected qualifications.

Central Camperdown/Darlington campus is located 3km from heart of Sydney, with a highly developed public transit system providing easy access to Sydney harbor, numerous national landmarks, parks, museums, and galleries.

Term dates

Note:

McGill students looking to go on exchange for the Fall semester, should look at the information for Semester 2

McGill students looking to go on exchange for the Winter semester, should look at the information for Semester 1.

Semester 1

Semester 2

February - June  July - November

*Semester and exam dates may vary from year to year. Please consult the Host institution's fact sheet, the Host institution's website, or the Host institution directly to confirm.

Contact information

General Enquiries                                                                                                                                           
+61 2 8627 8322
sydney.abroad [at] sydney.edu.au

Incoming Exchange Coordinator

Luika Bankson

luika.bankson [at] sydney.edu.au 

Student Reports

Consult Exchange Experience Reports about the University of Sydney written by fellow McGill students today!

Did you complete an exchange through McGill at the University of Sydney? Submit your Exchange Experience Report to share your experience abroad with other students!

 

The information on this page is drawn from either the institution's fact sheet or their website as linked above.

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