Sydney Uni Branch

Welcome to NTEU Sydney University Branch

For over twenty years, higher education workers have come together as the NTEU to protect staff conditions. Promoting a quality higher education system that values staff and students is the foundation of the Union. NTEU members believe that by working together we can ensure our universities, research institutes and other education workplaces are great places to work.

Be part of positive change in your workplace by joining the NTEU today.

Find out more about our work and current campaigns at Sydney University below. For information about work across New South Wales, check out our state-wide page here.


Featured News

    1. Sydney Talent: ending the exploitation of students as cheap labour at University of Sydney (a big win!)

      Today, we have news of a big win on a long-running campaign to end the exploitation of students as cheap labour here at the...

    2. Bargaining Update May 2017

      University management went into bargaining telling staff that it had ‘a modest and moderate’ agenda for the new...

    3. Turnbull Government's Higher Education Reform Package 1 May 2017

      Turnbull Government’s Higher Education Reforms May 2017 Please download the NTEU’s initial analysis of the...

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Other News

  1. Introduction to Enterprise Bargaining 2017

    Posted by Cat Coghlan (University of Sydney)

  2. Position Vacant: NSW Division Industrial Officer (15 month contract)

    Posted 21 June 2017 by Joanne Riley (NTEU National Office)

  3. NTEU Scholarships: Call for applications 2017

    Posted 19 June 2017 by Helena Spyrou (NTEU National Office)

  4. Sydney Talent: ending the exploitation of students as cheap labour at University of Sydney (a big win!)

    Posted 19 June 2017 by Cat Coghlan (University of Sydney)

  5. Position Vacant: Media, Communications & Campaign Organiser (NSW)

    Posted 2 June 2017 by Joanne Riley (NTEU National Office)

  6. Uluru Statement - from the heart: What now for Recognise?

    Posted 30 May 2017 by Adam Frogley (Indigenous)

  7. participate in a survey in support of an important research study on the experience of intimate partner violence (IPV) in the Australian population

    Posted 29 May 2017 by Kaylene Field (University of Sydney)