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Te Whare Wānanga o Poihākena
Te Whare Wānanga o Sydney i runga 45 i roto i te ao nei i roto i te 2015-16 whaimana QS World University tūranga.
te reira iteraa papû ki te tūāwhiorangi whanui o kaha whakaaturia puta noa i to tatou 16 aravihi, he tokomaha o e whai tūranga whakamīharo ratou.
Ārahi hua o te University ko Toi me Humanities, i tutuki i te ana'iraa o te 14 rite ao, me te tuarua i roto i Ahitereiria.
E rua te ora Sciences me Medicine me Sciences Social ko Whakahaere i runga 20 i roto i te ao, ki Life Sciences me Medicine te pupuri ano ratou e tu rite tuarua i roto i Ahitereiria mo te rere toru tau.
whakapumautia te kaha maha-faatitiaifaroraa o te rangahau o te University i roto i nga hua QS, ki Engineering ko Technology, Pūtaiao Natural ko Social Science ko Whakahaere runga katoa i roto i te runga e rima mo ratou marau i roto i Ahitereiria, ia te fariiraa i te rangatira o te toru o motu. whakatika hoki Engineering me Hangarau 14 wahi i roto i te tūranga i 44 tahi ki te 30 tahi ao.
QS University World tūranga i te Kaupapa 2016
Te Whare Wānanga o Sydney i runga i roto i ngā pūtahi whiriwhiri o te ao, ki 41 o te 42 kaupapa aromatawaitia whakatutuki he whakatauranga i roto i te tihi 100 ao i roto i te QS World University tūranga i te Kaupapa.
E toru tekau-rua o to tatou kaupapa i runga i roto i te tihi 50 ao, o nei iwa i runga i roto i te tihi 20.
I runga Veterinary Science te iwa i roto i te ao, me te tau kotahi i roto i Ahitereiria, i ngā ano e toru atu kaupapa te rangatira tau kotahi motu - Architecture / Hanga Environment (17 ao), Medicine (17), me te Nursing (13).
E te whakaaro nga tūranga whaimana rite te whakarite ao tino whānui o ngā whare wānanga i te taumata kaupapa takitahi.
Nga hua miramira kaha o te University i roto i ngā kaupapa puta noa runga nga raupapa katoa, tae atu ture (11), Mātauranga (16), Kaute me Finance (18), geography (22), Reo English me Literature (20) me te Engineering – Civil me Structural (20). Hoki te wā tuatahi, tomo Philosophy te runga 50 ao ki te rangatira o te 37 te ao.
QS Graduate World University tūranga 2016
The University of Sydney topped the list of Australian universities in the inaugural QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2016, a ka tauanga hoki i roto i te tihi 15 ao ki te rangatira o te 14.
Nga tūranga i maheretia neke atu i 30,000 iwi ki te tautuhi i te papamuri mātauranga o te iwi tino employable o te ao.
Times Higher Education World University tūranga 2015
te 2015 Times Higher Education (TE) World University tūranga, e tōmua torokī rangahau, moni rangahau, ingoa me te taiao akoranga, runga ia tatou i 56 i roto i te neke atu i te 1100 whare wänanga huri noa te ao.
Ko TE World University tūranga te anake ao tepu mahi whare wānanga ki te whakawa whare wänanga puta noa katoa o ratou misioni matua, tae atu ki ngā torokī, rangahau, whakaako, outlook ao me te moni ahumahi. Nga tūranga āhuatanga mehua ā-tau, tae atu ingoa mātauranga, tatauranga torokī, ranunga ao, me te moni rangahau me nga nekehanga whakawhiwhia ia kaimahi.
Te Whare Wānanga o te ara o Poihākena i roto i te 2015-16 tūranga i aia e piki i roto i te tohu katoa, ki nga ngau nui rawa i roto i te ingoa mātauranga, i peke 24 ōrau, me ngā torokī i kite i tetahi 12 ōrau hua. Rangahau me te ahumahi moni hoki piki e rua neke atu i te 10 ōrau.
The Times Higher Education University Rankings are published by the UK’s leading global provider of rankings and statistics on the world’s higher education sector.
Times Higher Education 2015 Global rite mō te mahi University tūranga
Te Whare Wānanga o Sydney i runga 42 i roto i te ao, me te tau kotahi i roto i te New South Wales i roto i te 2015 Times Higher Education Global rite mō te mahi University tūranga.
I hanga te rangatira i nga pōti ngā o 2,200 nuu a 2,400 whakahaere kaiwhakahaere o kamupene ao puta noa 21 whenua.
Tūranga Ingoa Times Higher Education World
i runga ia tatou i roto i te runga 100 te nuinga o ngä whare wänanga whaimana i roto i te ao i roto i te 2016 Tūranga Ingoa Times Higher Education World.
Ki te rangatira ao o 61-70, mau tatou i to tatou ti'araa rite te toru i roto i Ahitereiria, a ki te kia whakaurua tetahi o toru anake whare wānanga motu i roto i te rārangi. haaati Harvard University nga tūranga, e te nuinga e pūtahi United States-e hāngai ana.
Kua hanga nga tūranga ā-tau mā te canvassing nga whakaaro o neke atu i te 10,300 kaiurupare, i roto i 133 whenua, e pā ana ki e he pūtahi te pai i roto i to ratou mara mō te rangahau me te whakaako.
US News & World Report Best Global Universities tūranga
Te Whare Wānanga o Sydney i runga 51 i roto i te 2015-16 US News & World Report Best Global Universities tūranga.
i runga ano hoki tatou i te tau kotahi i roto i Ahitereiria i roto i te Medicine Haumanu, me te Ahupūngao, a Toi me Humanities i runga i roto i te tihi 20 ao.
Ka whakamahia e US News te pātengi raraunga Thomson-Reuters ki hopohopo i te tihi 750 pūtahi ao. Kei roto te reira i 12 tohu mai i te rangahau ingoa me te PhD tatauranga ki tino hua pepa tatauranga me te mahi tahi o te ao. Te reira i hoki ngā atu tatauranga bibliometric i runga i tānga, torokī, pukapuka me te mau amuiraa.
E kore kanapa noa ... engari ataahua
E kore e matou tika hopohopo tino mo te paetae mātauranga; Kei te mohio tatou wānanga matua Camperdown / Darlington auau rite tetahi o te ataahua rawa i roto i te ao.
whakanohoia tatou o te UK Daily Telegraph i te tau 10 i roto i tona Rārangi Universities Ataahua, a kei tatou tau e iwa i roto i te runga i te te Huffington Post o 15 rere ki raro.
Na, Sydney ano whiwhi te tūngou. I roto i te QS Best Ākonga Cities, i te i runga i utu, kounga o te ora, mahi kaituku mahi, me te kanorau o ngā ākonga, ngā runga reira tuatahi i roto i Ahitereiria, me te wha o te ao.
A i roto i 2014, ao u haapa'o AT Global Cities Index o Kearney hoatu Sydney mua o 83 pa ano te pa tino rongonui o te ao ki te ako i roto i hoki ngā ākonga te ao.
manako te pa ia tau 50,000 ngā ākonga te toro, ki a tawhio noa 35,000 ako i runga i fare i roto i te pa o te rohe Poihākena.
kura / Colleges / tari / kōhi / aravihi
Agriculture and Environment
- Centre for Carbon Water and Food
- Plant Breeding Institute
- Precision Agricultural Laboratory
- Pulsford Laboratory
- Hydrology and Geo-Information Sciences Laboratory
Architecture, Design and Planning
Toi me Sciences Social
- School of Economics
- School of Literature, Art, and Media
- School of Languages and Cultures
- School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry
- School of Social and Political Sciences
Pakihi (The University of Sydney Business School)
- Discipline of Accounting
- Discipline of Business Analytics
- Discipline of Business Information Systems
- Discipline of Business Law
- Discipline of Finance
- Discipline of International Business
- Discipline of Marketing
- Discipline of Work and Organisational Studies
- Business Education
- Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS)
Education and Social Work
Engineering and Information Technologies
- School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering
- School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
- School of Civil Engineering
- School of Electrical and Information Engineering
- School of Information Technologies
- Discipline of Behavioural and Social Sciences in Health
- Discipline of Exercise and Sport Science
- Discipline of Medical Radiation Sciences
- Discipline of Occupational Therapy
- Discipline of Physiotherapy
- Discipline of Rehabilitation Counselling
- Discipline of Speech Pathology
ture (The University of Sydney Law School)
Medicine (The University of Sydney Medical School)
- Central Clinical School
- The Children’s Hospital at Westmead Clinical School
- Concord Clinical School
- Nepean Clinical School
- Northern Clinical School
- School of Medical Sciences
- Kura o Health Public
- School of Rural Health
- Sydney Adventist Hospital Clinical School
- Westmead Clinical School
- Discipline of Addiction Medicine
- Discipline of Anaesthesia
- Discipline of Anatomy and Histology
- Discipline of Biomedical Science
- Discipline of Brain and Mind Sciences (Brain and Mind Centre)
- Discipline of Clinical Ophthalmology and Eye Health
- Discipline of Dermatology
- Discipline of Ear, Nose and Throat
- Discipline of Emergency Medicine
- Discipline of General Practice
- Discipline of Genetic Medicine
- Discipline of Medical Imaging
- Discipline of Intensive Care Medicine
- School of Molecular Bioscience
- Discipline of Medicine
- Discipline of Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Neonatology
- Discipline of Paediatrics and Child Health
- Discipline of Pathology
- Discipline of Pharmacology
- Discipline of Physiology
- Discipline of Psychiatry
- Discipline of Sleep Medicine
- Discipline of Surgery
Nursing ko Midwifery (Sydney Nursing School)
- History me Philosophy o Pūtaiao
- Kura o Matū
- School of Geosciences
- School of Life and Environmental Sciences
- Agriculture and Environment
- Sciences Biological
- Molecular Bioscience
- Pūtaiao kararehe
- Kura o Pāngarau me te Tauanga
- Kura o Physics
- Kura o Psychology
Sydney College of the Arts
Sydney Conservatorium of Music
I roto i 2001, the University of Sydney chancellor, Dame Leonie Kramer, was forced to resign by the university’s governing body. I roto i 2003, Nick Greiner, a former Premier of New South Wales, resigned from his position as chair of the university’s Graduate School of Management because of academic protests against his simultaneous chairmanship of British American Tobacco (Ahitereiria). muri, his wife, Kathryn Greiner, resigned in protest from the two positions she held at the university as chair of the Sydney Peace Foundation and a member of the executive council of the Research Institute for Asia and the Pacific. I roto i 2005, the Public Service Association of New South Wales and the Community and Public Sector Union were in dispute with the university over a proposal to privatise security at the main campus (and the Cumberland campus).
i roto i te Hui-tanguru 2007, the university agreed to acquire a portion of the land granted to St John’s College to develop the Sydney Institute of Health and Medical Research. As a Roman Catholic institution, in handing over the land St John’s placed limitations on the type of medical research which could be conducted on the premises, seeking to preserve the essence of the college’s mission. This caused concern among some groups, who argued that it would interfere with scientific medical research. Heoi, this was rejected by the university’s administration because the building was not intended for this purpose and there were many other facilities in close proximity where such research could take place.
At the start of 2010, the university controversially adopted a new logo. It retains the same university arms, however it takes on a more modern look. There have been stylistic changes, the main one being the coat of arm’s mantling, the shape of the escutcheon(shield), the removal of the motto scroll, and also others more subtle within the arms itself, such as the mane and fur of the lion, the number of lines in the open book and the colouration. The original Coat of Arms from 1857 continues to be used for ceremonial and other formal purposes, such as on testamurs.
Action initiated by Spence to improve the financial sustainability of the university has alienated some students and staff. I roto i 2012, Spence led efforts to cut the university’s expenditure to address the financial impact of a slowdown in international student enrolments across Australia. This included redundancies of a number of university staff and faculty, though some at the university argued that the institution should cut back on building programs instead. Critics argue the push for savings has been driven by managerial incompetence and indifference, fuelling industrial action during a round of enterprise bargaining in 2013 that also reflected widespread concerns about public funding for higher education.
An internal staff survey in 2012/13, which found widespread dissatisfaction with how the university is being managed. Asked to rate their level of agreement with a series of statements about the university, 19 per cent of those surveyed believed “change and innovation” were handled well by the university. In the survey, 75 per cent of university staff indicated senior executives were not listening to them, while only 22 per cent said change was handled well and 33 per cent said senior executives were good role models.
In the first week of semester, some staff passed a motion of no confidence in Spence because of concerns he was pushing staff to improve the budget while he received a performance bonus of $155,000 that took his total pay to $1 miriona, in the top 0.1 per cent of income earners in Australia. Fairfax media reports Spence and other Uni bosses have salary packages worth ten times more than staff salaries and double that of the Prime Minister.
Concerns about public funding for higher education were reflected again in 2014 following the federal government’s proposal to deregulate student fees. The university held a wide-ranging consultation process, which included a “town hall meeting” at the university’s Great Hall 25 August 2014, where an audience of students, staff and alumni expressed deep concern about the government’s plans and called on university leadership to lobby against the proposals.] Spence took a leading position among Australian vice-chancellors in repeatedly calling throughout 2014 for any change to funding to not undermine equitable access to university while arguing for fee deregulation to raise course costs for the majority of higher education students.
During Spence’s term, the university has attracted scorn for allowing students from an elite private school, Scots College, to enter university via a “pathway of privilege” by means of enrolling in a Diploma of Tertiary Preparation rather than meeting HSC entry requirements. The university charged students $12,000 to take the course and have since admitted a number of students to degree courses. Exposed by Fairfax media, the scheme has been criticised by Phillip Heath, the national chairman of the Association of Heads of independent schools of Australia.
An investigation by Fairfax Media in 2015 revealed widespread cheating at universities across NSW, including the University of Sydney. The university established a taskforce on academic misconduct in April 2015 to maintain its leadership position in preventing incidences of cheating and academic misconduct.
An recent investigation by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) exposed corporate deals between the Veterinary Faculty and large pet food companies had resulted in the withholding of harmful cat food product tested to protect corporate sponsors.
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