The University of Sydney, founded in 1850, is located at New South Wales and is a key member of the Group of Eight. It has about 46,000 enrolments of which international students account to nearly 10,000. The university has 9 campuses, the main campus being the Darlington/Camperdown. The remaining branches offer courses in fields like, nursing at the Mallet street, dentistry at the Surry Hills, agriculture at Camden, business programs at Burren Street, law at St James school, health studies at the Cumberland, The Sydney College of Arts and the Sydney Music Conservatorium. The University offers 1088 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees and diplomas across 17 faculties.