Western Sydney University
The University is a highly-ranked public institution of higher education in Greater Western Sydney, Australia. The university offers undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programmes in various lucrative fields such as law, medicine, social sciences, psychology, humanities and business. Western Sydney University is a closely-knit community of diverse cultures and ethnicities represented by students from more than 70 countries of the world. The training and assessment services are shaped by industry engagement and founded on industry standards and expectations.
At present, the university has approx. 1,675 academic and approx. 1,712 administrative staff members on the roll. Each of the faculty members is highly knowledgeable and experienced in their respective jobs, ensuring the best support to students. Western Sydney College is committed to providing a high-quality, progressive, innovative, and job-ready vocational education to students who are striving for excellence. The learning environment is safe and all students are treated equally to promote confidence and productivity. Western Sydney College strives to offer consistent, high-quality services and to maintain that quality with supportive practices and systems.
Student’s Life at Western Sydney University-
As a student at Western Sydney University, you become part of a dynamic, thriving and culturally rich community. There are diverse opportunities for sport and recreation, entertainment, going out and engaging with the community – both on and off campus. From the ultra-modern and high-tech to more serene, pastoral environments, each of our campuses is different – but all are friendly, multicultural and inclusive.
Our on-campus facilities include libraries, computer laboratories, innovative social learning spaces, wireless internet, cafes, bars, gyms, sporting grounds, tennis courts, and lots of open space to hang out in.
With a range of on-campus clubs and associations there are also lots of opportunities to meet new people with similar interests, make friends, and explore a variety of cultural, program-related and other activities.