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The University of Sydney Reputation
The University of Sydney is located on the east coast of Australia in the capital city of New South Wales, Sydney. Over 70,000 students are enrolled at The University of Sydney. 35% of those students come from outside of Australia.
The graduate outcomes for The University of Sydney show that immediately after graduation, 89% of undergraduates and 92.3% of postgraduates are in employment. The average undergraduate salary for The University of Sydney is $60,000 a year and the average postgraduate salary is $80,900 year.
(Source: The 2018 Graduate Outcomes Survey)
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(I’m white and wealthy) Racism and general harassment is rife for those that aren’t white and wealthy. The students are extremely arrogant and egotistical, even when they only have a rudimentary grasp of very simple spoon fed content. It’s always crowded, and it’s hard to find a seat. Any sense of individualism is drowned out, as you realise you’re a small fish in a huge homogenous pond. It’s just so horrid. I can’t believe this is supposed to be the height of civilisation. I feel the Greeks (any culture really) 2000 years ago were far and away more progressive than we are today.
Facilities could be better kept and wifi, more efficient. Overall facilities are fine and the University boasts a large collection of offerings for students wishing to study abroad or attain a world-renowned Education. I haven’t had much interaction with Clubs and Societies, but from what I can see- and from the opinions of others- there is a large offering of Clubs to choose from as well as many social events, ranging from Arts to Law degrees. Overall a beautiful and quite enjoyable place.
Everything at the University is welcoming and beautiful. There’s freedom to express opinions, multiple free barbecues, amazing places to sit and relax as well as constant help available for almost all needs. So far in my time as a student, the only downfall is that many of the bathrooms get disgusting quite quickly which I assume is from those who prefer to squat or stand when using the toilet despite the multiple signs saying not to for safety reasons. There are amazing buildings but there are also very terrible ones (particularly engineering buildings) and there seems to be no in between. But building appearances and occasional bathroom visits is made up for the excellent education I’ve received so far and how willingly supportive all the staff are.
I've been at the university of sydney for one year. On balance, it's been great. The teaching faculty in science is excellent. If you come this university, make sure you give the clubs and societies a go, there's so much variety!