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Events for future students

Meet us and explore your study options

Discover more about our courses, people and facilities, and see what your future might look like as a University of Sydney student. 


Sydney upcoming events

Faculty enrolment and course information sessions for undergraduate students

Arts and Social Sciences

The Academic Advice Days help you with your next steps after offers have been released. You will receive one-on-one advice about how to select subjects that complement your interests as well as your future academic and career aspirations. Our academic staff and student advisers will be available to answer any questions that you have about accepting your offer, online enrolment, flexible study options, credit for previous study and much more.

Wednesday 25 January 2017

9am - 4pm
Sydney Law School Foyer
Level 2, New Law Building, Camperdown Campus

Wednesday 15 February 2017

10am - 2pm
Sydney Law School Foyer
Level 2, New Law Building, Camperdown Campus

Thursday 2 March 2017

11am - 3pm
Latin Room 1 (S224), Quadrangle, Camperdown Campus

Tuesday 25 July 2017

11am - 3pm
Sydney Law School Foyer
Level 2, New Law Building, Camperdown Campus

See the faculty website for more information about the Academic Advice Days.

Education and Social Work

The Academic Advice Days help you with your next steps after course offers have been released. Our academic staff and student advisers will be available to offer you one-on-one advice about courses, assist with subject choices (where applicable), and to answer any questions that you have about accepting your offer, online enrolment and much more.

Wednesday 25 January

9am - 4pm
Sydney Law School Foyer
Level 2, New Law Building, Camperdown Campus

Wednesday 15 February

10am - 2pm
Sydney Law School Foyer
Level 2, New Law Building, Camperdown Campus

See the faculty website for more information about the Academic Advice Days.

Engineering and Information Technologies

Join us on campus to hear about starting first year at the University along with speaking one-on-one with academics and professional staff. You will be able to ask lecturers about unit of study selection and course requirements, meet some of our current students, and learn more about the services available to help you throughout your studies at the University of Sydney.

Wednesday 25 January 2017

UG academic advice session for UAC and direct entry applicants

Introduction to the Faculty and first year
2 - 2.30pm
Level 3, Peter Nicol Russell (PNR) Building

Academic advice
2.30 - 4.30pm
Level 3, Peter Nicol Russell (PNR) Building

Tuesday 28 February 2017

Introduction to the Faculty and first year
3 - 3.30pm
Level 3, Peter Nicol Russell (PNR) Building

Academic advice
3.30 - 4.30pm
Level 3, Peter Nicol Russell (PNR) Building

See the faculty website for more information about the Academic Advice Days.

Health Sciences

The Academic Advice Day will help you with your next steps after offers have been released for Bachelor of Health Sciences. You will receive one-on-one advice about how to select subjects that complement your interests as well as your future academic and career aspirations. Our academic staff and student advisers will be available to answer any questions that you have about accepting your offer, online enrolment, flexible study options, credit for previous study and much more.

Wednesday 25 January 2017

9am - 4pm
Sydney Law School Foyer
Level 2, New Law Building, Camperdown campus

Registrations are not essential.

Science

We will be holding an in-person academic advice session for both new and continuing undergraduate students for full-degree advice and unit of study selection. In person sessions focus on the provision of advice and assistance with degree structuring and unit of study choice. 

Wednesday 25 January 2017

9 - 11.30am and 1 - 4.30pm
Rooms 100 and 102, New Law Building Annex,
Sydney Law School, Camperdown Campus

Interstate upcoming events

We hold events and information evenings for prospective students and parents throughout the year in capital cities across Australia. 

This section will be updated in the coming weeks with dates and locations.