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Alison S
Sydney, Australia2 453 bidrag
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nov. 2022 • Par
Beautiful bells of the Cariilon ring out over the Quadrangle and grass courtyard.
Wonderful setting in historic buildings of stature.
Skrevet 26. november 2022
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AndyJohn74
Sans Souci, Australia4 744 bidrag
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sep. 2022
Walking between Redfern and Newtown it is difficult not to encounter this campus. The Sydney University grounds are quite extensive. There is a wide ranging array of architecture, from the classical European to modern designs and shapes. A rather interesting place to have a wander.
Skrevet 23. september 2022
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Jeffry b
Essendon, Australia13 357 bidrag
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apr. 2021
When the University of Sydney was founded in 1850, Sydney was the capital of Australia's first colony, New South Wales -- Australia was not yet a nation. The university was an object of great civic pride, as it proved that Australia was "civilised." It was modelled on the top English universities, which were the pre-eminent educational institutions of the British Empire. The University of Sydney remains Australia's leading university. The historic section is constructed of honey-coloured sandstone. The University of Sydney is a leading member of Australia's top eight educational institutions, known as the "Sandstone Universities."
Skrevet 10. juni 2021
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sydneysider48
Sydney, Australia1 100 bidrag
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apr. 2021
Our group enjoyed a tour of the historic quadrangle buildings at the University. These are the University's original buildings - magnificent replicas of Oxbridge colleges built in warm Sydney sandstone, Gothic style and very atmospheric. The Great Hall is the main attraction - a wonderful space very reminiscent of the old UK universities and redolent with history and ambience. Our University guide, Lise, was excellent and very knowledgeable and showed us places which are not generally accessible to the public, providing a very informative commentary.
Skrevet 30. april 2021
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Grant M
Sydney, Australia246 bidrag
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apr. 2021
This is a biased review as I am an academic, for a while at The University of Sydney itself in its Department of Anthropology.
The architectural model for USYD is Oxbridge, 19th century neo-gothic.
It is well to remember that the first places that resembled universities were in Asia with some of those institutions having been founded over a thousand years ago. Civilization slowly made it way to Europe coming through Islamic scholarship in the Middle East and North Africa, with great centres of university learning in Cordoba and Savile. The thirst for learning spread north from Italy (Bologna) and Spain to Paris with the founding of the University of Paris, chartered in 1200, led those on the offshore islands of Britain to consider such an institution, permission for which came from the Parisians.
The prison colony of New South Wales gradually filled with free settlers to overwhelm the indigenous population; as gentrification proceeded apace people thought that an institution of higher education would be a good idea. So, a group of worthy citizens proposed The University of Sydney that by 1850 achieved permission to proceed, although arguments from Britain thought that such a place as Sydney would be good enough only for an examination centre.
The USYD architecture is based on Oxford and Cambridge (or "Oxbridge"), although few in the colony would have known those places personally. So, the quadrangle and tower was an Oxford college (Magdalen?) and the Great Hall based on a scaled down version of the same at Kings College, Cambridge.
Neo-gothic style was popular in the 19th century for government buildings, to lend these nascent organisations the gravitas the founders believed they deserved.
The beauty of USYD is that the buildings were constructed of golden sandstone blocks hewn from the nearby Ultimo quarry, as are many important other constructions from that time.
This yellowish - we think golden - hue has led some people to think of Sydney as the golden city.
But, you have guessed, I am a Sydneysider so have skin in the game, so to speak.
The noisy university noted by other reviewers has been gone since 2020 owing to the pandemic. Yes, there are students about along with the academics who have survived the economic purges of the last year or so, but many of the buildings are locked and accessible only with the authorised keycard.
At least that is the case at time of writing in April 2021.
But, one can stroll still amongst the "grove" (Greek is academe) and admire the outside.
The Nicholson Museum, mentioned in reviews, has been put together with the Macleay and University art collections into the spanking, new Chau Chak Wing gleaming palace.
BTW: "Sounds Sydney", the café in the Chau Chak is a lovely place to have a snack and/or a drink, the view from the terrace of Victoria Park stunning on most days. Painted mummies and stuffed mammals from previous museums are all in the Chau Chak now, some even with their original 19th century display cases.
If you are a fan for history and architecture, you can spend an easy (quiet) day at USYD.
If if you have the chance to study there, you will find it most rewarding.
All associated with USYD are waiting to see what Mark Scott, the new Vice-Chancellor ,is going to do. As far as I know, Scott is the first USYD V-C in a long time without a PhD: he is not an academic, but a businessman and public servant, born in California, but educated in Australia. Cuts and closures characterised Scott's tenure as head of the ABC, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (2010-2016), get along to USYD if you want to see the place in tact!
One more thing: have a look at the official "Monopoly" board game for sale in the Museum Shop featuring places at USYD. Besides the amusement and quirky value, it can serve as a comprehensive souvenir of your visit or study time on that campus.
Skrevet 19. april 2021
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Dimitris L
Sydney, Australia48 796 bidrag
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sep. 2020
The University of Sydney is Australia's oldest university, having been established in 1850. At that time Australia was not even a united country but a collection of colonies ruled by Britain. The university today is much bigger that it was then and it has many other more modern ( and perhaps "ugly") buildings, but the original buildings are absolutely beautiful. It also holds a special place for me as it is one of the universities where I studied for three years. It is quite an interesting place to visit.
Skrevet 7. november 2020
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Jeffry b
Essendon, Australia13 357 bidrag
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sep. 2020
The University of Sydney was established in 1850; it was the first university in Australia. It has high academic standards and has produced many award winners, including Nobel Laureates and Rhodes Scholars. Sydney is a sandstone university and a member of the elite Group of Eight. It is a picturesque university, much visited by international visitors. The University of Sydney has a frontage on Paramatta Road. I have visited the campus several times to visit friends, it's a relaxed place on the whole. The university has many international students, particularly from China.
Skrevet 3. oktober 2020
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Manish K
Dubai, De forente arabiske emirater3 999 bidrag
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des. 2019
The University of Sydney is located very near the heart of the city, but once inside, it feels as if one has left the busy-ness of the city behind. Located at a 5-10 minute walk from Redfern station, the University has extensive lawns and lovely buildings built in the old architectural style.

The university buildings are really impressive and are a lovely backdrop for photos. So are the facilities here for studies, research etc., which are top-notch. The university offers a very peaceful and welcoming vibe and is well visiting, even for a casual visitor to the city.
Skrevet 8. april 2020
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4,0 av 5 bobler
jan. 2020
悉尼大学位于南半球澳大利亚新南威尔士州首府悉尼。悉尼大学是全澳历史最悠久的大学,是整个南半球首屈一指的学术殿堂和全球著名的高等学府。
悉尼大学澳大利亚澳最古老和最优秀的大学之一,也是世界知名大学,这几年每年基本上位列世界大学前五十。有很多政界和商界名人在此学习。有澳大利亚几位总理、法官、联合国大会主席、世界银行总裁。
大家来这里可不是因为悉尼大学的学术地位,而是因为《哈利波特》的电影,也不知道是谁的讨厌说是哈利波特的取景地,其实哈利波特并没有在此取景,只是和霍格沃滋魔法学校很像,很古老很神秘的建筑。确实很有意思。
Skrevet 5. februar 2020
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Victor H
Taipei, Taiwan9 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
aug. 2019 • Alene
這是一個你可以大飽眼福的地方 雪梨大學充滿了歷史性建築的 還有現在的當代人文融合 讓這裡充滿生氣又可以感受到歷史的豐富
Skrevet 2. januar 2020
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