Come along to our events throughout the year to explore the many options available within the Arts and Social Sciences and find out what it's like to study at the University of Sydney.
Learn more about the University’s advice regarding COVID-19 here.
Monday 9 November, 5-6pm AEDT
2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the founding of the UN. Academics from the Master of Peace and Conflict Studies and Master of Human Rights offer critical perspectives on the UN, its achievements and challenges. We will look at the evolution of UN peacebuilding practice from the imposition of a liberal democratic one-size-fits-all model to more locally-driven, context-specific approaches to sustaining peace.
Tuesday 10 November, 5-6pm AEDT
Join us to explore micro-and macro-level approaches to health (behaviour) communication that inform the design and implementation of health campaigns, any planned and unplanned effects of those, and how to assess their effectiveness. You will gain a practical and critical understanding of the role communication plays in healthcare and promotion efforts and experience what it's like to study in the Master of Health Communications.
Wednesday 11 November, 5-6pm AEDT
Sample some of the concepts and questions that real-world policymakers grapple with, including 'what is public policy?' Find out what a policy process looks like, how and why policies are chosen by governments and learn the difference between policy, administration, regulation and governance.
Thursday 12 November, 5-6pm AEDT
We're told that fragile states are dangerous, not only to the wellbeing of their citizens but to the security of the world. These are places where violence, poverty, and disease are prevalent and where the state lacks the will or capacity to contain them. In this masterclass, we will consider how such interventions look to people living in fragile states, exploring the ways that they are seen to perpetuate the threats they purport to diminish.
Thursday 12 November, 5:30-6:30pm AEDT
The Covid-19 Pandemic is the largest economic event in world history since the Great Depression. In this Masterclass for people considering enrolling in the Master of Economics, we will discuss how economics helps us understand what happened, what could have happened, and what we can do now.
Tuesday 24 November, 5-6pm AEDT
Are you considering studying Music, but unsure of which degree to choose and what careers it could lead to? Don't miss this opportunity to find out about your options at the Conservatorium and hear from Con students and alumni about their experiences.
Wednesday 25 November, 5:30-6:30pm AEDT
Join this inspiring panel discussion and hear from University of Sydney students and alumni who will highlight the differences between commerce and economics, share their experience and career insights and help you make the right choice about what to study.