Bachelor of Advanced Computing
University of Sydney
AUD 53,500 / per year *
14 Jan 2024
Earliest start date
* TBC for domestic students | A$53,500/year for international students
From intelligent drones to virtual reality apps, cybersecurity to the Internet of Things, you will learn the design principles and programming skills to build the systems behind emerging technologies. Carve your own unique path with our accredited and flexible advanced computing program.
This course is accredited by the Australian Computer Society. Our graduates are recognised internationally through the Seoul Accord.
Why study with us
- Our graduates are ranked 1st in Australia and 4th globally for employability (2022 QS Graduate Employability Rankings).
- We’ve invested over $200m into our new engineering and technology precinct to support leading research and student learning.
- Access to more than 1200 industry, not-for-profits and government partners to gain real-world work experience before you graduate.
Want to work for a major tech company like Microsoft, Oracle and Google? Or launch your own start-up? Then this program could be for you. Specialise in Computer Science, Cybersecurity, Software Development or Computational Data Science and combine with our shared pool of 100+ majors.
Scholarships and Funding
International student scholarships
For students from other countries
Whether you are an undergraduate, postgraduate coursework student, or a postgraduate researcher, we have an array of scholarships that could be right for you.
Bachelors and honours
We're dedicated to supporting you throughout your time at university and offer a variety of scholarships for international undergraduate students.
We're eager to help you take the next step in your career and have a wide range of scholarship options to support your postgraduate study.
Postgraduate research – international
We're committed to fostering the best and brightest researchers, and have a wide range of scholarship options to support international research students.
Bachelors and honours scholarships
Browse scholarships for international students in your faculty or University school.
What you’ll study
The first year covers the core skills required to become a computing professional before you specialise in a major that aligns with your preferred career pathway. Choose from:
- Computer science
- Computational data science
- Software development
Choose a second major or minor from the above faculty options or combine your computing skills with a second shared major from over 100 study areas including music, commerce, science and the arts, and develop a well-rounded perspective highly valued by employers.
- We're ranked 50th in the world for computer science and information systems (QS World University Rankings by Subject, 2021).
- We’re ranked 45th globally for engineering and technology (2022 QS University Rankings by Subject).
Program Tuition Fee
Graduates of this course can be found in a range of careers and roles such as:
- Big Data analyst
- Computer programmer
- Chief Information Officer
- Chief Technology Officer
- Cybersecurity analyst
- Information communications
- Research and development
- Software architect
- Software project manager
- Systems analyst
- Web developer