Frequently Asked Questions about History@Sydney
- for more time to complete my assignment?
- if I want to appeal my mark?
- for advice on which units of study I should enroll in?
- about majoring in History?
- about doing Honours in History?
- for approval of study abroad units of study?
You should apply for an extension using the Faculty's online system. Your online application is sent to staff member coordinating the unit you are taking. Do not ask your tutor; tutors do not have the authority to grant extensions. And apply sooner rather than later; do not wait until after the due date for the assignment.
- The first step is to discuss your assignment with the unit of study coordinator; that meeting should happen within fifteen working days of the mark for the assignment being available to you.
- If you are not happy with that discussion, the next step is a formal appeal, which is lodged with the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Office and overseen by the Dean. You should make that appeal within fifteen days of your meeting with the unit coordinator. A formal appeal requires completing a form and a written statement outlining the reason for your appeal.
The History department has an undergraduate coordinator who can give you information about the units of study being taught in the department. You can also contact the coordinators of individual units of study for more information on those units. If you are doing Fourth Year Honours, you should speak to the department's Honours coordinator.
The History department has an undergraduate coordinator who can give you advice and information about majoring in History. Any lecturer in the department can also provide you with some information - if you have a favourite lecturer, ask him or her.
The department has an Honours coordinator who can give you advice and information about doing Honours in History. Any lecturer in the department can also provide you with some information - if you have a favourite lecturer, ask him or her.
Study abroad units of study are approved by the undergraduate coordinator.