The University of Sydney
The University of Sydney was established in 1850, making it Australia's first university and one of the earliest universities in the British Commonwealth. In addition to its beautiful architecture, the campus is home to several historic landmarks, such as the Great Hall and the Fisher Library, which are iconic symbols of the university.
Some notable alumni from the University of Sydney include former Prime Ministers Bob Hawke and John Howard, Nobel laureate Peter Doherty, and author David Malouf.
The University of Sydney's Faculty of Engineering is a world leader in robotics and intelligent systems, helping Qantas to fly greener and Australian farmers to increase productivity. The ground-breaking work in artificial intelligence is paving the way for driverless cars and advances in face recognition and other multi-view learning applications.
Level of Studies
#57 QS World University Rankings by Subject 2023: Computer Science and Information Systems
#19 QS World University Rankings 2024
#54 THE (Times Higher Education) World University Rankings 2023