Sciences & the environment
RIGHT NOW, THERE IS SOMETHING INCREDIBLE TO BE DISCOVERED
The universe is full of exciting possibilities, ready to be uncovered, pulled apart and put back together again in innovative new ways. Science is the way we uncover the mysteries of the universe and our planet, and is our best hope for an incredible future. We’re excited to help you take this journey with us.
- Agriculture, forestry & fisheries
- Business, management & consultancy
- IT, communications & technology
- Mining & Resources
- NGOs & international development
- Vet and animal industries
Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) and Doctor of Clinical Psychology/Master of Science
"The internships I completed throughout my Doctor of Clinical Psychology/Master of Science gave me invaluable experience and understanding of therapy techniques for survivors of sexual, verbal and physical abuse as well as substance dependence. "
Chun Xia Liang's Story
PhD in land-atmosphere modelling
"When I finished my honours degree, I said ‘enough, no more study’. But I soon found out you don’t reach your goal of a “good job" from your first degree. Although I had a skill that gave me work, there were limitations preventing me from making progress. I chose the University of Sydney because it has a reputation in agricultural research - and I love the campus! Postgraduate research has given me more insight into myself. I have learned more about what I want to do, and what I can (and can’t) do. This will help me to choose a career that suits me and keep me motivated. It has also helped build my confidence language skills that will enable me to participate more robustly in the community. I look forward to my future opportunities, and know I will make the most of them.”
Master of Sustainability
"My studies have changed my outlook, in terms of how society interacts with the environment and how society views itself. It’s given me a completely different perspective. I was accepted into another degree (pharmacy), but I was more interested in the environment and the bigger picture and sustainability is the thing of the future – it’s the growing thing."
Sciences & the environment:
a five year projection
Each year, DEEWR produces employment projections by industry, occupation and region for the following five years.
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Research & Insights
MEETING GLOBAL FOOD DEMAND
Does meeting global food demand matter to you? Professor John Crawford's research focuses on the sustainable use of soil to ensure food security in the future.
AMANDA GREEN, PSYCHOLOGIST
Working as a clinical psychologist, Amanda's time at Sydney was crucial in preparing her to work with children and adolescents with complex difficulties such as anxiety, depression, and eating disorders.
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES WITH JAMES HERBERT-READ
Watch James Herbert-Read talk about his experience researching at the University of Sydney.
LINDSAY SOUTAR, SUSTAINABILITY CAMPAIGN MANAGER
Lindsay Soutar, National Campaign Manager of the 100% Renewable Community Campaign, discusses the future of sustainability.
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