Parramatta City campus at 100 George St, Parramatta

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Parramatta City Campus - Lake
Parramatta City Campus - Street View
5 Community-funded scholarships awarded
The Parramatta City campus at 100 George St, Parramatta is an extension of our Parramatta (Rydalmere) campus. The campus provides a dynamic and student-centred location in the heart of bustling Parramatta – the sixth largest CBD in Australia.

Classes at the Parramatta City campus started in 2014. A map of the campus and connections [PDF, 800.97 KB] (opens in a new window) is available for download. The University's postgraduate business programs (Sydney Graduate School of Management) and some other postgraduate programs are currently taught at this location, giving students the benefit of proximity to local businesses, law firms and not-for-profit organisations. In 2017 some of these courses will be moving to the University's new Parramatta City campus at 169 Macquarie St, Parramatta.  

As well as creating closer community and business connections, the campus gives students and staff easy access to the Parramatta Transport Interchange, retail and food outlets, civic recreation areas and multi-level car parks. The site features 2500sqm of floor space over three levels for state of the art teaching, study areas, meeting rooms and office space.

Parramatta City campus courses

The following postgraduate courses are currently taught at the Parramatta City campus at 100 George St, Parramatta.

SchoolPostgraduate Courses at Parramatta City campus
School of Business
  • All Sydney Graduate School of Management (SGSM) programs
  • All Master of Professional Accounting and other postgraduate Accounting courses
School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics
  • Master of Fire Safety Engineering
  • Master of Building Surveying
  • PG Bushfire Protection
  • Master of Information and Computing Technology (Advanced Topics in Networking; Network Management; Multimedia Communications Systems; Wireless NetworkingWeb Technologies; Network Technologies)
  • M. Engineering (Master Project 1 & 2, Sustainability Design, Engineering Software Application)
School of Humanities and Communication Arts
  • Master of Arts (TESOL)
  • Master of Convergent Media
School of Social Sciences and Psychology
  • Master of Urban Management and Planning
  • Master of Planning