Tutorials

International House provides academic support for current and new residents living at the House through a number of initiatives, particularly an extensive tutorial program.

Tutorials will begin in Week 4 of semester. Frequency will be determined by how many residents are interested in assistance for the subject. Please register for tutorials as soon as possible. If you are interested in being a tutor in this program you can register your interest and experience below.

To register your interest in academic support provided within International House, please register your interest here.

Expressions of interest in being a tutor at International House can be lodged here.

Current residents don't forget to join the IHAT forum http://www.ihat.com.au/ and get your assignment questions answered within 24 hours.

Tutorial Timetable Semester 2 2013

Day Time Subject Code Subject Name Tutor Location
 Monday 5.15-6.15pm GAMSAT Graduate Australian Medical School Admissions Test Gautam Tutorial Room
  7-8pm LAWS1016 Criminal Law Andrew C Wool Room
  7-8pm

MBLG1001

Molecular Biology

Fei Fei Tutorial Room
  8-9pm

FINC2012

FINC3017

Corporate Finance II

Investments and Portfolio Management

Luca Tutorial Room
Tuesday 8-9pm

MATH1003/MATH1903

MATH1005/MATH1905

Integral Calculus and Modeling (Advanced)

Statistics (Advanced)

Edwin

Justin

Tutorial Room
Wednesday 9-10pm

INFO1105

ELEC1601

Data Structures Foundations of Computer Systems Kadu Tutorial Room
Thursday 7-8pm LAWS1012 Torts

Bo An

Tutorial Room
Saturday 8.30-9.30pm

BUSS1020

ECOS2002

ECMT Subjects

Quantitative Business Analysis

Intermediate Macroeconomics All

Econometrics Subjects

 Jesse

Tutorial Room
Sunday 3-4pm (when needed)  BUSS1002 The Business Environment

Tecwyn

 

Tutorial Room
  7.30-8.30pm

CHEM1102

CHEM1612

Chemistry 1B

Chemistry B (Pharmacy)

Miaoyi

Tutorial Room
  contact tutor for next tutorial  BUSS1040 Economics for Business Decision Making Gongkai Tutorial Room

Other Academic Support

Language Discussion Groups
These are inter-college language discussion groups for learners of a second language. The purpose of the groups will be to practice to practice their language and speaking skills. They will be hosted at different colleges according to the popularity of the language at an individual college. To register your interest in being in a language discussion group please complete the form here.

Guest Lecturers and Speakers
Experts from a variety of fields are invited to the House to give lectures and talks during major events or Lecture series. Past speakers this year have included Keith Suter, political commentator and international affairs consultant; Dr. Ron Cameron, acting Chief Executive Officer of ANSTO (Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organization); and Dr. Steve Hatfield-Dodds, one of Australia’s leading environmental economists and executive of Australian Government Department of Climate Change.