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Postgraduate events

Join us at our information events to find out where postgraduate study could lead you.

Whether you want to gain new professional qualifications, change your career direction or pursue a personal ambition, our postgraduate courses will steer you to places you never imagined.

Postgraduate information sessions

Join us at our Postgraduate Studies Expo and find out how postgraduate study can lead you to places you never imagined. 

With hundreds of postgraduate courses across nine disciplines, you can tailor your study to fit your professional goals and personal circumstances. 

Explore your options across coursework and research, short and long-term study - from graduate certificates and diplomas to master's degrees and PhD programs. 

Come along to discuss your options with our academics and course advisers for advice on the right degree for you and to get help with your application. Learn more about delivery modes, fees, timetables and what support is available for postgraduate students. 

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Keynote panel discussions

Future proofing your career
The world of work is rapidly changing and the jobs of the future will be radically different to those of today. We're bringing together a panel of the University of Sydney's industry partners to disuss the challenges and opportunities that the future workforce will face. They will share insights into how future graduates can best prepare to succeed and thrive in a volatile, uncertain and increasingly complex world of work. 

Can entrepreneurship be taught? (Sydney Ideas talk)
Many education providers have rushed in to teach courses on entrepreneurship but is it something that can be taught? Or instead do entrepreneurs share a set of skills that they were born with or acquired outside the classroom. Join our panel of experts as they debate whether entrepreneurs are born or created. 

Program highlights

4-7pm Main event opens: course advice centres open with the opportunity to speak with University representatives
4.15-6.45pm Course presentations and information sessions
4.30-5pm Research scholarships presentation
5-5.30pm Pathways to research: how to prepare a proposal summary and apply
5.45-6.30pm Keynote: future proofing your career
6.30-7.30pm Keynote: Can entrepreneurship be taught? (Sydney Ideas talk)
7pm Main event closes. 

Event details
Wednesday 11 October, 4-7pm
Maclaurin Hall, Quadrangle Building
University Place
University of Sydney, Camperdown Campus

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No information sessions currently available.

No information sessions currently available.

Postgraduate Business Information Sessions

Immerse yourself in the latest business ideas with a postgraduate degree. 

You will access unparalleled networks, gain unique experiences to accelerate your leadership journey, and develop the skills and agility for a dynamic, international career. 

Join us for our Postgraduate Business Information Sessions and explore our wide range of programs, including our Master of Management which was recently ranked first in Australia by The Economist and the Financial Times.*

Discover the breadth and depth of programs on offer. Speak one-on-one with academics and current students about your career plans, study options and the opportunities available to Business School students. 

It is also a great opportunity to ask us about our flexible study options, including part-time study and evening classes, and gain advice on the admissions process, fee payment options and our wide range of scholarships. 

Event details
The University of Sydney Business School CBD Campus
Level 17, 133 Castlereagh St, Sydney

All information sessions will be held from 5-7pm. See below for dates and more information:

For more information on these and other upcoming events, visit The University of Sydney Business School website.

*The Economist 2017 inaugural Master of Management rankings; Financial Times global Masters in Management rankings - 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017

No information sessions currently available.-

No information sessions currently available.

Masterclass for the Master of Science in Coaching Psychology

Experience first-hand one of the classes that may form your future course at the University of Sydney. Postgraduate masterclasses are your opportunity to join a class from the actual course curriculum, delivered by a leading academic from the program. 

This masterclas will introduce you to the core theories and techniques of coaching psychology and evidence-based coaching, and the use of coaching as an applied positive psychology.

Presented by Michael Cavanagh, Deputy Director of the Coaching Psychology Unit at the University of Sydney, this class is delivered as part of the unit of study PSYC 4721 - Theories and Techniques of Coaching Psychology - a required unit of the Master of Science in Coaching Psychology. 

Event details
Wednesday 20 September, 6-7.30pm 
Seminar Room 442
New Law School Annexe
Camperdown Campus, University of Sydney 

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Master of Nursing (Graduate Entry) Masterclass

Experience first-hand one of the classes that may form your future course at the University of Sydney. Postgraduate masterclasses are your opportunity to join a class from the actual course curriculum, delivered by a leading academic from the program. 

Accountability in the profession of nursing: learning how to critically think and reflect on your actions

This masterclass shares insight into the nursing practices designed to meet individual and family needs who are either living with long-term health conditions or terminal illness. Hear from our academic expert about the holistic approach to nursing care, care provision between hospital and community, mental health issues, chronic pain, co-morbidities and palliative nursing skills including symptom management and psychosocial care.

This class is delivered as part of the University of Sydney unit of study, NURS6018 Care of Chronic Conditions. Presented by Dr Vasiliki Betihavas

Event details
Thursday 21 September, 1-2pm
Seminar Room 440
New Law School Annexe
Camperdown campus, University of Sydney 

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Sydney Juris Doctor 101: an insider's guide

Thinking about a career in law? Wondering what studying the JD is all about?

Join current JD student Harry Simons and get an insider's view on what life is like as a student of the Juris Doctor.

Open to those from any discipline, these sessions will provide you with an overview of the JD program.

You'll also be given practical examples of readings and tips about how you, as a JD student, would be expected to tackle these. 

Find out how you can succeed in the JD program.

Event details
Thursday 7 September, 12.30-1.30pm
Law Lounge, Level 1, New Law Building
Eastern Ave, Camperdown Campus

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Juris Doctor Information Session

Join our information session and find out about our prestigious Juris Doctor (JD) program. 

The JD is one of Australia's most reputable graduate entry degrees and develops your skills of analysis, research, writing and advocacy. With its unique international focus, the JD program will prepare you for legal practice in the modern global age. 

At this information session you will learn more about the features of the Sydney JD, admission requirements, fees and scholarships. You will also hear from academic staff and one of our current JD students. 

Event details
Thursday 14 September, 5.30-7pm
Sydney Law School Common Room, Level 4, New Law Building
Eastern Ave, Camperdown Campus

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No information sessions currently available.

Honours Week

Want to boost your career prospects?

Whether you’re seeking a competitive edge in your career, want to become an expert in your field or kickstart your pathway to a PhD, an honours year is your next step.

You don't need to be a current University of Sydney student to take an honours year with us. Final year undergraduate students and graduates from any university are welcome to apply for our stand-alone, one-year honours program. In fact, we strongly recommend it as our graduates are the most employable in Australia, according to the latest 2017 QS Graduate Employability Rankings.

Join us at Honours Week for guidance on how you can get started with a one-year research degree. There will be many information sessions held throughout the week where you can meet academics, learn how honours works in your discipline, discuss available projects and get help with how to find a supervisor and apply.

Event details
11-15 September
The University of Sydney Camperdown Campus

Register now

Masterclass for the Master of Science in Coaching Psychology

Experience first-hand one of the classes that may form your future course at the University of Sydney. Postgraduate masterclasses are your opportunity to join a class from the actual course curriculum, delivered by a leading academic from the program. 

This masterclas will introduce you to the core theories and techniques of coaching psychology and evidence-based coaching, and the use of coaching as an applied positive psychology.

Presented by Michael Cavanagh, Deputy Director of the Coaching Psychology Unit at the University of Sydney, this class is delivered as part of the unit of study PSYC 4721 - Theories and Techniques of Coaching Psychology - a required unit of the Master of Science in Coaching Psychology. 

Event details
Wednesday 20 September, 6-7.30pm 
Seminar Room 442
New Law School Annexe
Camperdown Campus, University of Sydney 

Register now

Honours Week

Want to boost your career prospects?

Whether you’re seeking a competitive edge in your career, want to become an expert in your field or kickstart your pathway to a PhD, an honours year is your next step.

You don't need to be a current University of Sydney student to take an honours year with us. Final year undergraduate students and graduates from any university are welcome to apply for our stand-alone, one-year honours program. In fact, we strongly recommend it as our graduates are the most employable in Australia, according to the latest 2017 QS Graduate Employability Rankings.

Join us at Honours Week for guidance on how you can get started with a one-year research degree. There will be many information sessions held throughout the week where you can meet academics, learn how honours works in your discipline, discuss available projects and get help with how to find a supervisor and apply.

Event details

11-15 September
The information sessions on offer can be found below.

Register now

Honours information sessions

Session Date Time Location
Why should I take an honours year? Tuesday 12 September 1-2pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus
Choosing Sydney for your Honours year Thursday 14 September 4.30-5.30pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus
Session Date Time Location
Bachelor of Design in Architecture (Honours) Tuesday 12 September 11am-12pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus
Session Date Time Location
Arts and Social Sciences Honours Information Session Thursday 14 September 4-6pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus
Session Date Time Location
Business Honours Information Session Wednesday 13 September 5.30-7.30pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus
Session Date Time Location
IT and Computer Science General Information Session Monday 11 September 1-2pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus
IT and Computer Science Honours Project Session Tuesday 12 September 1-2pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus
IT and Computer Science Honours Project Session Wednesday 13 September 1-2pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus
IT and Computer Science Honours Project Session Thursday 14 September 1-2pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus
IT and Computer Science Honours Project Session Friday 15 September 1-2pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus
Session Date Time Location
Health Sciences Honours Information Session Friday 15 September 12-1pm Cumberland
Campus
Session Date Time Location
Nursing Honours Information Session Thursday 14 September 1-2pm Mallett Street
Campus
Session Date Time Location
Biology Monday 11 September 1-2pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus
Physics Monday 11 September 1-2pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus
Applied Medical Science  Monday 11 September 6-7pm Westmead
Chemistry Tuesday 12 September 12-1pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus
Anatomy and Histology Tuesday 12 September 1-2pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus
Agricultural Chemistry Tuesday 12 September 2-3pm Australian
Technology Park
Soil Science Tuesday 12 September 2-3pm Australian
Technology Park
Environmental Systems Tuesday 12 September 2-3pm Australian
Technology Park
Meet a Supervisor (Biochemistry/ Microbiology/ Biology) Tuesday 12 September 4.30-6pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus
Infectious Dieseases and Immunology Tuesday 12 September 5-6.30pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus
Pathology Wednesday 13 September 1-2pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus
Biochemistry  Wednesday 13 September 1-2pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus
Microbiology Wednesday 13 September 1-2pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus
Geosciences Wednesday 13 September 2-3pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus
Physiology Thursday 14 September 1-2pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus
Pure Mathematics Thursday 14 September 1-2pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus
Statistics Thursday 14 September 1-2pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus
Applied Mathematics Thursday 14 September 1-2pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus
History and Philopshy of Science Thursday 14 September 2-3pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus
Pharmacology Friday 15 September 12-2pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus
Psychology  Friday 15 September 2-3pm Camperdown/
Darlington Campus