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Undergraduate events

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We host a number of events to help you discover what it's like to study a bachelor's degree here. Our events are best suited for students from Years 10-12, and include tips on your school subjects, preparing for uni and how to choose a course.
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Open Day

Sat 27 Aug, 9am - 3pm

Open Day is your chance to see everything Sydney has to offer. At Open Day you can speak with course advisers about your future studies, attend mini lectures, join a campus tour, participate in hands-on activities, watch student performances, and much more. Register today and build your personal timetable.

Upcoming events

Join us at an upcoming on-campus, regional or online event to get a taste of what it’s like to study at Sydney. Browse our webinars by area of interest below.

Meet Sydney - Armidale, Batemans Bay, Wagga Wagga

Discover how the University of Sydney can help you to achieve your goals and aspirations. At Meet Sydney, you’ll have the chance to speak with our students and alumni from regional NSW as they share their tips about how to relocate, support yourself financially, make new friends, and much more.

We’ll also talk about our courses, admission requirements, entry schemes, pathways to university, scholarships and support available to you.

Location Date Time Register
Meet Sydney - Armidale Thu 18 August 5 - 6:30 pm AEST Register now
 
Meet Sydney - Batemans Bay Wed 31 August 5 - 6:30 pm AEST Register now  
Meet Sydney - Wagga Wagga Thu 8 September 5 - 6:30 pm AEST Register now
 

Sydney Scholars Webinar

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Join us to learn more about the Sydney Scholars Award at the University of Sydney. The Sydney Scholars Award will allow successful applicants to receive a $6000 scholarship for the first year of the undergraduate degree. This webinar will discuss the eligibility requirements and how to apply for this scholarship. Wed 24 August 5 - 5:30 pm AEST Register now

Regional and Interstate Student Open Night

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This webinar offers prospective regional and interstate domestic high school students an opportunity to engage with The University of Sydney and interact with faculty, accommodation, scholarship and admission pathways Thu 1 September 5 pm AEST Register now

 

Accommodation Exploration

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The University of Sydney students have many accommodation options each with its own terminology, culture and intricacies. This webinar offers prospective regional and interstate domestic high school students an overview of the accommodation alternatives at The University of Sydney. Thu 15 September 5 pm AEST Register now

Webinars (Term 3)

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Pathways to Global Literacy About you: you’re keen to learn how the world works from a social and cultural perspective, and you want to open doors to global career opportunities. 

You’re studying Society and Culture, or History, or a Language at school, and wondering how you can build on this at uni. You’re interested in a particular part of the world that resonates with you. Sounds like a match? If so, Area Studies may be for you. Area Studies combines different perspectives to focus on one particular region, such as Asia, Europe, Latin America or the Middle East, in its own terms. Area Studies allows you to study past and present society and culture in these regions. This webinar will provide an overview of Area Studies and its benefits, and will introduce a sample of our many Area Studies offerings.  
Wed, 24 Aug 4-4:30 pm  AEST Register now
ARTiculate French Continuers and Extension – La Francophonie

Join us in this free interactive webinar designed around the “French-speaking communities” theme of the French Continuers Stage 6 syllabus. Explore the meaning of the French-speaking world, its origins manifestation in different continents and legacy in contemporary France.

Presented by Dr Carolyn Stott, the webinar will be delivered in French, and students will be invited to engage in activities.

Wed, 14 September 4-5pm AEST Register now
ARTiculate Social Media - Beyond panics towards connection, ethics and digital citizenship

Explore the diverse ways that young people use social media for connection, self-expression, and identity construction. The webinar will discuss how we can ensure that young people can make the most of what social media has to offer, the various ethical issues that arise in online spaces, and what it means to be a good digital citizen.

Recommended for Year 9-10 students undertaking Digital Technologies and any Stage 5-6 students interested in increasing their understanding of digital safety and wellbeing.

Wed, 19 October 11:30am-12:30pm AEST Register now

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Engineering – Industry Engagement

Industry engagement. Professional engagement program (PEP). ESIPS scholarship. Why USYD and what makes us apart from others. Presented by Mr Anthony Kadi (Director of industry engagement).

Wed 31 Aug 4-4:30 pm  AEST Register now

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Life of Biologist

Have you wondered what a day in the life of a biologist is like? Join award-winning biologist, Associate Professor Andrew Holmes, to find out what an average day of work might be like in the field of biology.

Join Andrew in exploring the fascinating world of microorganisms – the most abundant and the most diverse group of organisms on Earth. They are also the most poorly known. As such the microbiota represent the largest unexplored biological resource on Earth.

Wed 17 Aug 4-4:30 pm  AEST Register now
Life of a Mathematician

Have you wondered what a day in the life of a mathematician is like? And what jobs are available in this growing sector? Join award-winning mathematician, Professor Mary Myerscough, to find out what an average day of work might be like in the field of mathematics.

In this session you will learn about the exciting work being done by mathematicians, from creating mathematical models to map how healthy cells become cancer cells, to how social insects organise their societies.
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Wed 31 Aug 5-5:30 pm  AEST Register now

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