The Postgraduate Orientation program is an important first step in your transition to postgraduate study at the University of Sydney Business School.
It provides a valuable introduction to some of the support services that are at your disposal, and will provide support in developing the academic skills required to secure your success at postgraduate studies. Perhaps the most important aspect of the program is the opportunity to meet your fellow students from around the world and some of our academic staff.
We encourage all new postgraduate coursework students to attend the orientation events. Students are invited to all or part of the program, depending on your availability and needs.
Tuesday, 21 July, Eastern Avenue Auditorium
4:00pm Welcome Event
6:15pm Peer Mentoring – registration for Peer Mentoring
Wednesday, 22 July
12:00pm – 1:00pm
Come along to the Information Expo to meet with representatives of Business School Clubs and Societies, PASS team, Maths workshops, Sydney Uni Sports and Fitness and the Student Information Office while enjoying a free lunch. Then get to know your way around by joining a free campus tour.
Join us for a day of exciting sessions that will provide a great learning opportunity and assist your transition into the University community. Whether you have just finished another degree or have been working for some time these sessions focus on skills that will help you succeed on your new learning journey.
Students MUST register if you wish to attend a transition session as places are limited
Date: Thursday 23rd July
Time: 4.00pm - 6.30pm
Location: Merewether Lecture Theatre 1
The MPAcc orientation event will provide students with an opportunity to meet unit coordinators and staff in the core units of your future MPAcc studies. Students will also have the opportunity to ask lots of questions and get to know peers in an informal and enjoyable setting which will be followed by drinks and canapés.
All students planning to attend this event must first register online to secure your place no later than Monday 20th July.