The University of Sydney, founded in 1850, has an international reputation for outstanding teaching and research excellence.
Top-level academics and students come here from around the world to research and study across the broadest range of disciplines in Australia, from the most theoretical to the most applied.
Sydney plays a major role in the local, national and international communities. In fact the University has an impact on the lives of those who never enter its classrooms or laboratories as academics or students. Its award-winning researchers are leaders in addressing issues that impact everyone in areas such as public health and environmental sustainability.
The Integrated Sustainability Analysis (ISA) research group's Triple Bottom Line 2008 report benchmarked the relative performance of the University in 2006 against the entire Australian education sector average. The groundbreaking nature of the report means that it is not yet possible to benchmark in the same way against other universities.
To read more about ISA's contribution to the University of Sydney's analysis for a Sustainable Campus read the University of Sydney's 2008 Annual Report, available here
The view from Victoria Park facing the Clock Tower of the Main Quadrangle, University of Sydney
ISA welcomes you to the 18th International Input-Output Conference, which will be held at the University of Sydney Camperdown campus. Exact room and building location will be provided with the final program.
For a map of the University of Sydney Camperdown Campus - download here
For a map showing the distance of the University of Sydney Camperdown Campus to the CBD - download here