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Enrolment Planner

If you want to get a head start prior to enrolment week, visit the faculty enrolment planner, with a step-by-step guide on how to plan your program at undergraduate or postgraduate level. Click here

Orientation Week (24-28 February 2014)

Orientation is a good time to get involved with the university community with welcome events and the opportunity to join one of the 200+ clubs and societies on campus with the University Student Union.

New Student Welcome Events for Arts Students

Undergraduate Welcome

‘Loving the Humanities and Social Sciences – an introductory symposium’
Thursday 27 February at The Great Hall,
11:30am-12:30pm (followed by BBQ lunch on Botany Lawn, 12:30pm onwards)

Around 385BCE the Greek philosopher Plato recorded a discussion that took place in Athens amongst friends on what was the true nature of love. Each of the speakers on the night presented wildly different views of love based on their own experiences of life.
As one of the most famous texts in Western Civilization, we thought we would let it inspire us in order to present a fun and fascinating introduction into the work of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. In this lively debate, some of the most dynamic academics at Sydney will present their wildly different views on love, and they will do so through the prism of their own academic specialties. You will not only get to hear about some incredible ideas – but also see how various disciplines work and how they might approach a phenomenon as nebulous, awe-inspiring and life changing as love. The Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Professor Duncan Ivision, will moderate the debate and address all new students at this symposium.
All new undergraduate students to the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences are welcome to attend this event. The event will be followed by a BBQ Lunch on the Botany Lawn. No need to RSVP to the symposium or BBQ.

Postgraduate Welcome

‘Postgraduate Student Welcome’
Thursday 27 February at The Great Hall

The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences welcomes all new postgraduate coursework students in Semester 1 to attend this event.
This is an opportunity for new postgraduate students to meet the academic staff in your program and your fellow classmates. Professor Duncan Ivison, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences will address all the new commencing students at this event.

RSVP here. Note: Please only RSVP if you have been confirmed to start the program in Semester one, 2014.