The University of Sydney will open its doors to more than 9,000 prospective students and their parents for one of its biggest annual events, Info Day on Tuesday 5 January 2016.
Info Day is your last chance to experience campus life and discover the best the University of Sydney has to offer before UAC preferences close on 6 January.
Explore where your passions can take you and the possibilities ahead by joining one-on-one info sessions with staff and students before taking your next step.
Choose from more than 100 mini lectures on the day to learn more about the subject choices on offer, our unparalleled student experience, financial assistance and the many alternative pathways to uni.
Guests will be among the first to explore the University's newest facilities, with tours of the new purpose-built home of the Business School at the Abercrombie Precinct and the recently refurbished Queen Mary Building student accommodation.
Those unable to attend Info Day will also have the chance to explore the iconic campus online with the University's award-winning virtual tour, Here. The 360-degree tour takes users on an immersive journey across landmark sites including the iconic Quadrangle, graffiti tunnel and the Charles Perkins Centre.
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