Our Decadal Strategy, Sustainability and Resilience 2030, details the reasons why, as a leading anchor educational institution deeply embedded in Greater Western Sydney, we must envision a more resilient, sustainable and prosperous future.

Explore our priority statements below, learn more about how we seek to tackle the challenges of the 21st century and engage with us to share the contributions and efforts you're making in support of this strategy.


Hover your mouse below to learn more about our nine interconnected priority statements which have been developed to focus our actions for the decade to 2030.

2030 Decadal Strategy Priorities

Species: Tasmanian Blue Gum (Eucalyptus globulus)

Western Sydney University acknowledges the peoples of the Darug, Tharawal, Eora and Wiradjuri nations. We acknowledge that the teaching, learning and research undertaken across our campuses continues the teaching, learning andresearch that has occurred on these lands for tens of thousands of years.

Juan Salazar and Jen Dollin
Working Group: Carol Simpson, Roger Attwater and Leanne Smith
Sponsors: Simon Barrie and Peter Pickering
Designers: Charlotte Farina, Simon Bosch and Brittany Hardiman
Web Development: Peter Gray

Engagement with the Strategy

Browse the submissions below or by selecting a filter category, or submit your own work which supports the strategy by clicking the button below.