Business School Student Services
The University of Sydney Business School takes pride in the levels of support that we offer all of our students. On this page, you will find a link to many of the service outlets we provide to ensure that your time with the Business School is as productive as possible.
PASS stands for Peer-Assisted Study Sessions. PASS is a peer facilitated, cooperative student support scheme for all students operating in most core units of study.
Business School provides a free series of workshops open to all students interested in mastering both basic and higher intermediate level mathematics.
The Business School has a range of student mentoring programs available. Whether you're looking for guidance, or willing to offer your help, follow the link to our Student Mentoring page.
The undergraduate and postgraduate orientation programs are a valuable introduction for new students.
The Business School’s Staff and Student Services office provides advice and assistance to current and prospective students. Staff there can assist with enrolment and degree planning issues, and much more.
The University of Sydney Business School provides student IT services. For information on computer labs, wireless access on campus or any other Business School-related IT issues, please visit Student IT Services.
The Careers and Employer Relations Office exists to assist all Business School students to not only find employment, but to become career ready. Visit the Careers and Employer Relations Office website for more details.