All students in the Business School are eligible to attend Maths in Business workshops. Find out what workshops are available.
Registration for Semester 1, 2020 will open 9am, Monday 24 February.
Find out about the confidentiality of the information you provide when you register.
To see your workshops, log in to Maths in Business online registration. You’ll find a list your current workshops and the venue for each.
You can also view your workshops through the Sydney Uni app by selecting 'Timetable'. Your Maths in Business workshops will be identified with 'MIB'.
If a workshop is full, you can register for the waiting list. We will email you if a place becomes available or if a new workshop is being held, before it’s offered to all students.
When you are placed on a waiting list, we will email you a number which tells you where you are on the list. If you are close to the front of the waiting list (generally between one and five), you have a good chance of gaining a place in the workshop in the near future.
If you miss your regular workshop or if you are on the waiting list, you can attend a workshop as a guest. Make sure you sign the attendance sheet.
Due to Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) regulations, we cannot have more than a certain number of students in the room at any one point in time. If the workshop is full, you will need to join a different session.
You can also check to see if more workshops have been added by logging in to the Maths in Business registration.
For further help on relevant mathematical topics, look at the following maths skills help-sheets.
You can also visit the Mathematics Learning Centre.
Maths in Business greatly values your feedback. Where possible we make changes according to your suggestions.
Of the students who responded to the survey in Semester 1, 2017:
Information collected for Maths in Business is kept strictly confidential and is not shared with anyone outside of Maths in Business management.
Information collected from you is used for the purposes of registration as well as for statistical analysis at the end of the semester, in which all participants are kept anonymous. This analysis is important for assessing the program's effectiveness and to make improvements in the future.
If you are uncomfortable with the use of your information for any of these purposes, please email the project coordinator at email@example.com and your information will not be included.