Sydney University slammed for having a Hong Kong Police Force advert on website

Sydney University is blasted by pro-democracy activists over a Hong Kong Police job ad looking for 'fresh graduates' posted on its careers page Advert for Hong Kong Police Inspector has been shared on Sydney Uni's website The ad was posted on September 28 and asked for 'fresh graduates' to apply It was temporarily taken down on Monday but has since been published again Uni faced backlash from students who said it was not in the 'national interest'  

By Eliza Mcphee For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 05:53 BST, 14 October 2020 | Updated: 05:54 BST, 14 October 2020

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The University of Sydney is facing backlash after a job advertisement for a Hong Kong Police Inspector was published on its website.

The advert was posted on the university's Career Hub website on September 28 and asked for 'fresh graduates' based in Sydney to apply for the role before October 27.

The listing was temporarily pulled from the site on Monday due to concerns from students it was not in the 'national interest' and suggested the university was involved with an 'abuser of human rights'.

But the listing has since been put back up on the website offering the role to students who are permanent residents of Hong Kong and have a Bachelor's degree.

The University of Sydney (pictured) is facing backlash after a job advertisement for a Hong Kong Police Inspector was published on its Career Hub webpage

The University of Sydney (pictured) is facing backlash after a job advertisement for a Hong Kong Police Inspector was published on its Career Hub webpage 

A Sydney University spokesperson said the advertisement was recently taken down after a complaint was filed. 

'If we receive a complaint about any advertisements on the hub, our Careers Centre's standard process is to remove the ad from public view while further investigation is

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