The University of Sydney has 17 colleges with more than 100 departments. The University of Sydney is a leader in sports, social activities, debate, drama, music, etc. All faculty and staff are not only educated in the classroom but also able to arrange a rich student day to prepare for their future. The University of Sydney is committed to solidifying research-based forms of education and providing higher quality professional and curriculum programs and educational experiences to students around the world.
The University of Sydney offers the widest and largest number of courses in Australia for students to study and offer the most master's and doctoral seminars in Australia. There are currently 42,420 registered students. In the meantime, there were 3,139 master's degree students, 781 graduate students, and 2,625 doctoral students. The number of students studying at the University of Sydney is 6,138. Among them, 3,872 are undergraduate and 2,266 are studying students. In the meantime, the number of students studying in mainland China is 1,061. There are 626 international students in Hong Kong and 126 international students in Taiwan. The share of Chinese and students in school is roughly 1:23.
The University of Sydney has an average teacher-student share of 15:1, which is the best university in NSW with a share of teachers and students (the average is 18:1 across Australia). Among the 19 colleges, the worst share of teachers and students is 31.6 for AGSM, followed by business school, 27.7; the best share of teachers and students at Sydney University is 7.5 for music school, followed by medical school and dentist school, 10 and 10.4 respectively. .
The University of Sydney has 200 student associations and 70 student sports associations, the highest in Australia; the University of Sydney is the first choice for the most college entrance examination students; it is the largest number of students in the NSW province who have scored more than 90 college entrance examinations. The number of students recruited is the highest in NSW.