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University of Sydney, Sydney
(4.5/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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  • Although not one of the programs intended for tourists, always seeking to meet the University campuses. We were delighted with the architectural diversity of this campus. Huge, with buildings of various eras and styles, and accessible by various modes of transport. A spectacle.
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  • Positive (1) Heritage Buildings at the University of Sydney is perfect for good photos. (2) Some shops at the University of Sydney has good, reasonable price items. (3) University Health Clinique prov...  more »
  • I was there for a meeting. It was a beautiful day when we were there. The university is beautifully built at the hill area outside the city. The most beautiful architecture would be the quadrangle, de...  more »
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  • The most beautiful, exciting and vibrant University!!!! Camperdown and Darlington are the best!! With friendly and helpful staff, and the awesome Fisher library and Learning Hubs are all you need at Sydney Uni. You will never be out of place in this awesome and friendly environment.👍👍👌👌💖💖💛💛 A must visit if you come to Sydney!!! Missing this University so much!
  • The no-doubt best university in Australia, with most amount of the law pursuers and social investors. This place is great not only for its reputation and its highest learning materials and staffs, is also because it tells you to be a luminary for the world and human being. I'll miss this place.
  • The campus is beautiful and there's always plenty of cultural activities and exciting things happening. Eastern Avenue is always alive during the day on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Plenty of food in and around campus as well, and plenty of libraries. Parking is always a bit of an issue, but its proximity to Redfern station makes it easy to get to on the train.
  • I would really give it a five star for students studying law, accounting and such, because there are really good professors in those apartments. But, definately not true for Engineering. Professors do not reply to emails because there are just too many students in the class. TA accusing students for plagiarisng papers simply because they seems to be too good. In team works, people doing absolutely nothing get same grades as people carrying the team, and there is no way to complain because emails just got ignored. (Yes, I am talking about engineering students do not even know how to use Excel). Also, security is close to non-existance. My locked bike got stolen from the campus, and the police told me, "if you find your bike, tell us."
  • An amazing traditional university with wonderful buildings and quality education and research.