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The University of Sydney – a world-leading university in a world-class city

The University of Sydney is one of Australia’s largest and most prestigious universities. Established in 1850, it is Australia’s first university, and a member of the ‘Group of Eight’ which comprise Australia’s premier research-intensive universities. The University of Sydney is consistently ranked in the top 50 universities in the world, and known internationally as a leader in education, research, and student experience. The University of Sydney is ranked 1st in Australia and 4th in the world for graduate employability by the QS Graduate Employability Rankings, 2020. Students come from all over the globe to study at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Whether you’re finishing high school, continuing your studies, looking to advance your career or pursue a passion, the University of Sydney has a wide range of courses to suit students’ interests, strengths and career goals.

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Who Should Register?
Students

Students from Grade 12 onwards can register to attend. Once they register, they’ll receive a confirmation over email, WhatsApp & SMS with their unique link to login on the platform. A meeting ID and password is not required to connect with the University of Sydney over video chat.

When students visit the platform, they share their registration information only with participating institutions. We do not share student information with any other third parties.

Parents

Parents should register with their son/daughter’s information.

School Counselors

Please share this opportunity with your existing Class XII students and students who have appeared for Class XII Board Exams and encourage them to register. Please write to us at india.info@sydney.edu.au to receive a personalised login for your students.

WEBINARS
Talk Date
Sat, 26th March (11:00 am)
Session Title

Roadmap for the Future of Work: Career Mindsets and Planning in a post-COVID Business World

Description

Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems at work has thrown up challenges for career choices, but it also promises opportunity.

Find out how the industry focused applied learning at the University of Sydney Business School will allow graduates to hit the ground running, and prepare you for emerging global opportunities in an age of career uncertainty.

This event showcases the academic learning from the University of Sydney Business School programs.

Speakers
Tony Cannell

Tony Cannell is an Associate Lecturer and member of the Management Education team at USSB. Tony is interested in futures thinking and exploring how emerging technologies are best implemented in the classrooms of the 21st Century.

He is a member of the South-East Asia Centre and The Society for Learning Analytics Research. Tony has been active in developing and promoting task-based approaches to academic language and learning, including receiving an Association for Academic Language and Learning (AALL) grant to explore ways of being and working in embedded academic literacy programs. He has also published research on cross-cultural student-staff partnerships and has collaborated on successful internal projects ranging from developing agile case methodology for teaching to using augmented reality in collaborative workshops.

Talk Date
Sat, 26th March (11:30 am)
Session Title

Machine Learning for the Future

Description
Speakers
Dr Ying Zhou

UG Program Director.

With the ever-increasing amount of data available on the internet, and so many people these days having an active online presence, social media and other websites are faced with the rapidly rising challenge of efficiently storing and potentially mining useful information from huge amounts of data. Dr Ying Zhou is researching how this can best be done, in an effort to facilitate better understanding of user behaviour patterns and thus improvement of the services provided to them. Her research looks at how to store and obtain meaningful information from huge amounts of data. Examples of such bodies of data would be all the tweets sent by Twitter users, or all the photographs uploaded by Facebook users. The two major issues she is trying to address are how to store this data durably and efficiently, and how to understand user behaviour patterns from the data. Dr Ying has been with University of Sydney for nine years, and have been working in this field for around five years. She has access to the services of companies such as Amazon and IBM for her research.

BSc MEng Nanjing University 1997, Ph.D., School of Computing, National University of Singapore, 2003.

Student FAQs

No, there is no cost for students to participate. Its a free event.

Students can directly visit the different faculty pages and can interact instantly with the admissions office via video chat or text chat within the video room.

There is no limit for interaction with the faculties. Students are encouraged to interact with all the faculties of your interest to get a wider career choice.

Yes. You have to SWITCH ON your camera and microphone while connecting during the video chat so the faculty counsellors can see and hear you. After your interaction, you can leave the video chat room by clicking on the ‘LEAVE’ button on your screen.

Yes. You can choose to text chat with counsellors of various faculties by keeping your camera OFF inside the video room. You can also communicate via email with the faculty you are interested in by clicking the ‘Send an inquiry’ button on the faculty booth.