Sydney University Education and Social Work Society (EDSOC)


Fostering a Community of Teachers & Social Workers since 1907

EDSOC is the Faculty Society for students studying Education and Social Work at the University of Sydney

The Society founding principles are 'to develop a collegial spirit based on sound scholarship, good fellowship, loyalty, and keenness in sport'


We Hear You

We are the voice of students who are studying Education or Social Work at the University of Sydney.

We're Good At What We Do

Established in 1907, EDSOC is one of the oldest student societies at the University of Sydney.

We Do It All

We provide a common meeting ground for everyone in the community to build relationships, socialise and further professional experiences.

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We have a range of events that we put on throughout the university calendar.

Take a look at what we do, and come along to be a part of the community at one of our upcoming events!



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EDSOC Cruise 2016

Light Up The Night EDSOC Cruise 2016 The EDSOC Cruise is by far the Society’s most successful and popular event, an evening not to be missed! Its a great chance for us to all celebrate the end of a busy semester, and enjoy a great night out with friends! ACCESS $50.00...

EDSOC April General Meeting 2016

EDSOC will be holding a General Meeting on Wednesday 27th of April at 4pm in the Education Building, Room 325. The meeting will discuss the endeavours of the Society, along with our events for Semester 1 and 2. We will also be holding elections to fill casual...

TeachMeet USyd: Wednesday 14th April 2016

TeachMeet USyd: ALUMNI VERSION +Meet +Share +Inspire #TMUSyd aims to impart tips, tricks, insights and wisdom for teachers and pre-service teachers. Free to attend. Open to all students, academics and practicing teachers– or anyone with an interest in teaching...