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All workers in Australia have the same working rights, including international students
If your landlord (or their agent) lives in your home, it is likely that you are considered a boarder
The census date for standard semesters is 31st March in first semester and 31st August in second sem
What to do if you receive an allegation of misconduct or academic dishonesty
You can improve your academic skills and learn where to go for information and support.
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For the vast majority of situations, pay day loans are absolutely horrendous and best avoided.
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The University considers contract cheating very seriously. It puts your integrity and the integrity
If you are unable to complete a unit of study you may be able to withdraw during semester for a Disc
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Read more about SRC activities
ACAR is an autonomous space that organises around issues relating to people of colour, in activist and educational ways from a student perspective.
The University of Sydney Disabilities Collective is an autonomous collective of the University of Sydney Students' Representative Council (SRC).
The Sydney University Education Action Group (EAG) campaigns on education issues including fighting for free education and stopping course cuts.
The Enviro Collective, is an SRC collective fighting for environmental and social issues, on and off campus.
The Indigenous Collective is an autonomous organising space for students identifying as First Nations, Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander identities.
The International Students' Collective (ISC) is an SRC Collective that exists to represent and orgaanise around the interests of international students.