Student safety is our priority and due to the impacts of COVID-19, our intensives and semester-long ICPUs will be delivered in an online format, primarily through Zoom video conferencing.
As with face-to-face, you will still work collaboratively in interdisciplinary groups to solve a complex problem set by an industry partner. The partner will virtually engage and provide guidance throughout the project.
There will be some face-to-face learning options for Semester 1 and 2 for those students able to attend campus.
|Session project is held||Delivery Mode||Project registration opens||Project registration closes||Project dates||Attendance|
|February intensives||Intensive February (S1CIFE)||Online||16 December 2020||17 January 2021||25 January - 19 February 2021||Full time, Monday - Friday|
|July intensives||Intensive July (S2CIJL)||Online||10 May 2021||20 June 2021||28 June - 23 July 2021||Full time, Monday - Friday|
|Semester 1 projects||Semester 1 (S1C)||
Online, with some optional face-to-face sessions
|18 January 2021||28 February 2021||1 March - 4 June 2021||3 hours of class a week|
|Semester 2 projects||Semester 2 (S2C)||Online, with some optional face-to-face sessions||28 June 2021||8 August 2021||9 August - 13 November 2021||3 hours of class a week|
To be eligible to enrol in a 3000 level Industry and Community Project Unit (ICPU) you need to be an undergraduate student.
As part of applying, you will need to enrol in a shell unit. To be eligible, you need to make sure this unit is available in your course. Check your handbook for this unit, and ensure you meet any criteria specified for this unit. ICPUs are referred to as 'Interdisciplinary Projects' or 'Industry and Community Project Units' in your handbook.
The shell unit is dependent on your faculty or school, and in some cases related to your major(s).
|Faculty/school||Unit of study|
|Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning||ARCH3108|
|Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (including Sydney College of the Arts and Sydney School of Education and Social Work)||You'll need to select the unit related to your major (see below for more information)|
|The University of Sydney Business School||ACCT3400, BANK3400, CLAW3400, FINC3400, IBUS3400, INFS3400, MKTG3400, QBUS3400, WORK3400, WORK3401|
|Faculty of Medicine and Health||School of Pharmacy||PHAR4820. Students enrolled into PHAR4820 will only be able to register into Semester 2 health-related projects. You will only see the projects available to you in the project registration page.|
|Sydney School of Health Sciences||HSBH3026|
|Sydney Conservatorium of Music||PERF3640|
|Faculty of Engineering||
This unit can be used to claim activities under the Professional Engagement Program (PEP) depending on when you commenced your degree. Indicatively a minimum of 140 hours can be claimed for intensive projects and a minimum of 60 hours for semester long projects. Additional hours may be claimed on individual projects depending on the amount of industry partner involvement. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
|Sydney Law School||LAWS3508 (Bachelor of Laws), LAWS5208 (Juris Doctor). Combined Law students in years 1, 2 and 3 should enrol in the faculty shell unit relevant to their non-law degree. Bachelor of Law and Juris Doctor students who are in their final or penultimate year and have completed a minimum of 48 credit points of core law units should enrol in LAWS3508.|
|Faculty of Science (including Sydney School of Veterinary Science)||SCPU3001|
If you commenced your studies from 2018 onwards, or transferred to the new curriculum, you are required to complete a six credit point 3000-level Interdisciplinary Project Unit.
To enrol in an ICPU you will need to complete an Interdisciplinary Impact Unit (XXXX3999) in another subject area as a pre-requisite or co-requisite for your ICPU unit.
If you have opted to complete a second major within the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences you should:
If you're in a Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Advanced Studies and in your third year, you'll need to select the unit from this list related to your major: ANHS3998, ANTH3998, ARBC3998, ARCO3998, ARHT3998, ARIN3998, ASNS3998, BBCL3998, CAEL3998, CHNS3998, CRIM3998, ECON3998, ECOP3998, EDUF3998, ENGL3998, EUST3998, FILM3998, FRNC3998, GCST3998, GCST3997, GOVT3898, GRKA3998, GRMN3998, HBRW3998, HSTY3998, ICLS3998, INDG3998, INGS3998, INMS3998, ITLN3998, JCTC3998, JPNS3998, KRNS3998, LATN3998, LNGS3998, MECO3998, MGRK3998, PHIL3998, PRFM3998, RLST3998, SCLG3998, SLSS3998, SPAN3998, USSC3998.
If you commenced your current award course prior to 2018 and have available space, you can enrol in INDP3000 as an elective and you do not need to complete a XXXX3999 unit as a co-requisite.
The first step is to select a shell unit for the project through Sydney Student. If you've already enrolled you can do this by changing your units of study (go to ‘My studies’, ‘Units of study’, then ‘Change your units of study’).
Choose the shell unit for your faculty or school, and where relevant, your major(s).
Once you've successfully enrolled, we will email you with instructions on how to register for a project.
Before registering for a semester-long project, check the timetable and make sure you're available for the allocated class times. For intensive projects, you need to be available Monday to Friday on a full-time basis.
You will finalise your enrolment in the unit and select your project in Sydney Student (go to 'My studies', 'Enrolment', then 'Project registration').
Places in each project are limited so we encourage you to register early to avoid missing out. You will only see projects that are available for your enrolled shell unit and still have places available. If you can’t see a project when you register, you will need to select a different project. Project availability is subject to change.
Once you've registered for a project, you will need to upload a signed and witnessed Deed Poll to Canvas. This is a compulsory requirement of your enrolment in this unit. Make sure you consider the acknowledgments in the deed carefully before submission. You will be granted access to Canvas the week before teaching starts for your enrolled session and you will need to submit your Deed Poll before the first day of class.