Got an offer? Here's what to do next!
So you've been offered a place in a Science course? Congratulations! Read on to find out what you need to do to accept your offer and how to prepare for uni!
FIRST - learn about your course from the Science Handbook
Before you come in to enrol in your course, you need to find out how your course is structured and plan what subjects to take. You'll find this info in the Science Handbook.
Read your enrolment guide
Prepare yourself for enrolment by reading the enrolment guide for your course.
Enrol in your course
All about accepting your course offer and what happens at enrolment.
From what is a major to what if I pick the wrong subjects...
If you don't have the Assumed Knowledge for a particular unit of study or course, or want to refresh your knowledge, then a Bridging Course is for you.
Attend the Science Transition Workshop for first-year students
Your opportunity to meet other students you will be studying with before classes start in March.
Orientation aims to help you make the transition into life at the University. With academic and skills information sessions, faculty introductions and social events, it's a week you shouldn't miss!
Attend SLAM Lunches
At the Science Link-Up and Mentoring Lunches (SLAM Lunches) you can catch up with the students you met at the Transition Workshop and receive mentoring from senior students. You’re guaranteed to discover much more about life in the Faculty of Science and where you could be heading over the next three years.
Join SciSoc, the University of Sydney Science Student Society
SciSoc represents you! You'll make lots of new friends at the fortnightly social BBQs hosted by this very active, student-run society.
Important dates and deadlines
Deadlines you'll need to keep track of!
Your MyUni and University e-mail address will be fantastic resources once you have enrolled - use your Unikey login and browse around to find out more.
After you've enrolled...
After you have enrolled in your course and become a current student at the University, you will find most of the information you need in the Current Students section of this website.
Current student survival guide
First year roadmap
The University Library has put together this roadmap packed with resources from how to find journal articles to avoiding plagiarism!
Important dates for current students
Undergraduate Forms and Procedures
You'll need a form if you want to alter some aspect of your studies. Find out how on the Forms and Procedures page.
Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
How to change a unit of study and loads more
The Student Support Services website has lots more useful information for all students.