2 OPEN DAY PLANNER Don t miss out on any Open Day action. Browse the program and mini lectures, scope out the tours and interactive activities, find out where the best food is and plan your day now at: sydney.edu.au/openday/planner
3 CONTENTS 02 Make the most of Open Day 04 Must-hear talks 06 Get in on the action Check out our clubs and societies Fill up on good food and drink Relax with live entertainment Student support Scholarships 08 Action-packed activities 10 Calling all parents Careers advice Postgraduate Expo 12 Explore our campus Campus tours Accommodation tours Museum tours Charles Perkins Centre tours Faculty tours 16 Open Day at our other campuses Sydney Conservatorium of Music Sydney College of the Arts Sydney Nursing School 18 Explore our museums 19 Mini lecture timetable 24 How to get here Transport options 26 Stall directory and Quadrangle map 28 Camperdown/Darlington Campus map STAY UP TO DATE ON ALL THINGS OPEN DAY Follow us online: facebook.com/sydneyuni twitter.com/sydney_uni youtube.com/uniofsydney instagram.com/sydney_uni Register now for exclusive updates: sydney.edu.au/openday
4 2 MAKE THE MOST OF OPEN DAY Open Day offers you a world of opportunity. This is your chance to explore campus life along with academic advice and mini lectures, we have plenty of fun stuff for you to join in on. With so much going on, we ve put together our top tips for making the most of your day. CHAT WITH EXPERTS Do you have questions about coming to university, what you can study here, or what student life is like? We have academics, admissions staff and careers advisers on hand to answer all these questions and more. You will find all these people at the information booths in our famous Quadrangle. Take a look at the maps on pages 26 and 27 to find out who you can speak to and where to find them. GET CAREER-CENTRED Wondering what career options you ll have after graduation? Our Careers Centre staff and prospective employers will be on hand in the Quadrangle to give you all the advice you need. Head to the Careers Hub to learn more about how our Careers Centre can guide you from the beginning of your university studies through to your very first graduate position and beyond. TREAT YOUR MIND TO A MINI LECTURE Our program of mini lectures runs all day. Find out about the course you want to study, along with everything else from international study opportunities and scholarship possibilities to hearing about life on campus from some of our current students. We ll tell you everything you need to know. See the full timetable on page 19 to 23 and come along to the sessions that interest you. BRING YOUR PARENTS Are your parents or guardians coming with you to Open Day? Make sure you invite them to the Parents Seminar at 11am at the Footbridge Theatre. They ll find out more about the University, the opportunities you ll have when you study here and how they can best support you throughout your time at uni. Your parents may even be interested in studying here themselves invite them to visit our Postgraduate Expo from 9am to 4pm in the New Law to find out more. TAKE A LOOK AROUND Our Camperdown/Darlington campus is an amazing place. Take some time to explore the grounds, our faculty buildings, museums and residential colleges. Don t miss the new Charles Perkins Centre research and education hub, where we re bringing together brilliant minds from various disciplines to tackle some of the world s greatest health challenges: obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and related conditions. You can also visit some of our other campuses, including the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney College of the Arts and Sydney Nursing School. Work out which tours you d like to join on page 12.
5 DISCOVER THE FUN SIDE OF UNI LIFE Being a student is about more than study. Discover new possibilities, hang out with friends (and make new ones) and just have fun. Immerse yourself in our campus community and get a taste of what life here is like. Meet our students and discover our many clubs and societies. Relax in our spectacular grounds, take in free live entertainment and enjoy the great food and drink available across campus. NEED HELP? Keep an eye out for our Student Ambassadors they re wearing red t-shirts. They are more than happy to answer your questions and point you in the right direction. They are located at our info stalls. FIND A PLACE TO STAY Choosing where to live may be one of the biggest decisions you ll make when starting university, and we have plenty of help available. If you re moving to Sydney, make sure you chat with the Student Accommodation Services team and representatives from our residential colleges at their stalls in the Quadrangle. See page 12 for residential college tours.
6 4 MUST-HEAR TALKS There is lots to see and do on Open Day, including a few great talks we know you won t want to miss. AGRICULTURE AND ENVIRONMENT The future of food 12 1pm, Charles Perkins Centre Lecture Theatre We all need it, some of us covet it, and we spend a fortune on it. But do we really know much about it? Meeting global food demand is arguably humankind s biggest challenge. Few sectors offer hotter career prospects than the multibillion-dollar global food industry. From biochemistry to burgers via bushfires, biofuels and business, whet your appetite with this free taster at our brand new Charles Perkins Centre research and education hub. Food will be provided. HEALTH SCIENCES Enhance your sporting performance pm, Carslaw, Lecture Theatre 157 Faster, stronger, harder and better! Find out how science and technology can enhance performance in sports and other physical activities. Learn how research in exercise physiology, biomechanics, motor learning, nutrition and dietetics translates into coaching for elite sports. ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES 10 ways an Arts degree can change the world pm, General Lecture Theatre, The Quadrangle In an era of rapid change, core human values will shape the tide of innovation. The Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Professor Duncan Ivison, will highlight 10 ways that arts and social sciences can change the world. He will discuss the breadth and varied nature of the opportunities available to arts graduates from the University of Sydney. SCIENCE Dr Karl s Game of Knowns 1 2pm, New Law Auditorium 101 There are known knowns, known unknowns and unknown unknowns. And then there is Dr Karl Kruszelnicki. The inimitable Dr Karl reigns once more with his scintillating science scenarios, techie tales and tasty morsels to sate even the most haemoglobin-thirsty of his army of followers. Come and have your lunch while Dr Karl divulges why psychopaths make good kings, how smartphones dumb down our conversations and why the left side of your face is the most attractive. He discloses the amazing opportunities that 3D printing will bring, the magic of hoverboards, and spills on the scientific basis of wealth distribution. If your thirst for knowledge is still incomplete, hang around and ask Dr Karl that question which has been burning a hole in your brain. NURSING Do men make better nurses than women? 12 1pm, Level 2, Mallett Street Campus, Sydney Nursing School Conjoint Associate Professor Timothy Wand, lecturer and nurse practitioner, takes on the gender war, provocatively arguing that men make better nurses than women (he concedes that women make great nurses too). Anyone interested in a nursing career will find this lecture informative and entertaining. Why not catch the 11am shuttle bus from the Camperdown Campus to Sydney Nursing School? You can take the 11.30am tour before this lecture.
7 ONLY AT SYDNEY UNI... Widest range of programs of any Australian university Australia s first university, founded in 1850 The creator of WiFi started his studies here. in QS World University rankings clubs and societies More than 10,000 international students from 145 countries Australian University Sport champions students Information Technology students Andrew Chan, Donald Zhang and Robin Huan won the 2014 Microsoft Asian Cup for their phone app called BlueClover. The app is designed to improve the quality of life of people with diabetes. Sydney Law School teams became world champions in the Philip C Jessup International Moot Court Competition in 1996, 2007, and again in Adam Spencer (left) is the University of Sydney s Mathematics and Science Ambassador, the first such role created at an Australian university. Our Law School was ranked 10th in the 2013 QS World University Rankings We were competitors in the Quidditch World Cup (members in action, above). 270 student exchange agreements in more than 38 countries Since June 1856, about 24,000 students have graduated from Sydney Medical School. 145 Olympians studied here We have a legal graffiti tunnel (above) which is heritage listed. The tunnel is repainted every week allowing students plenty of opportunity to unleash their creativity.
8 6 GET IN ON THE ACTION Whether you re interested in joining a sporting team, building a racing car, performing on stage or signing up for the Quidditch society (that s right, we have one), our campus community has something for everyone. Enjoy a taste of university life and discover what our students get up to inside and outside the classroom. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Quadrangle, front lawn We are home to more than 200 clubs and societies the largest offering in Australia. Our clubs and societies cover every interest, from geoscience and ghost hunting to wine and wildlife, and are a great way to make friends and learn new skills outside your degree. Meet some of our clubs and societies at Open Day on the Quadrangle front lawn. FOOD, DRINK AND ENTERTAINMENT Quadrangle Grab a bite to eat, relax on the lawn and enjoy live entertainment on stage provided by students from clubs and societies supported by University of Sydney Union and Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness. MEET YOUR SUPPORT NETWORK Quadrangle Whether it s finding a place to live, learning about career options, getting assistance if you have a disability, talking to someone if times get tough, or just making the most of uni life, we re here to support you in every way. Visit the Quadrangle to meet our friendly student support staff and find out about the many services available to you. E12 PROMOTE YOURSELF WORKSHOP 10 11am and 1 2pm New Law Annex, Seminar Room 115 Interested in applying for the University s Early Offer Year 12 (E12) program or for a merit or equity scholarship? Our Compass program staff are here to give you advice and guidance on writing a great application. Am I eligible to apply through E12? Find out more about E12 at sydney.edu.au/e12 and scholarships at sydney.edu.au/scholarships. If you are interested in attending this workshop please to reserve your place. E12 AND SCHOLARSHIP ONE-TO-ONE CONSULTATION 10am 2pm (sessions run on the half-hour) New Law Annex, Seminar Room 117 Work one-on-one with a tutor to polish off your draft E12 and/or equity or merit scholarship applications in a 20-minute session. MEET OUR ALUMNI 1 2pm, Quadrangle, Lecture Theatre 223 The University of Sydney s alumni community offers a vast network of professional support and mentoring opportunities. Meet some of our alumni as they share their experiences about studying at Sydney and life beyond graduation.
9 MOOT DEMONSTRATION 11am 12pm, New Law Annex, Moot Court Watch a moot demonstration by a team of students from Sydney University Law Society. We will introduce the key elements of drafting a brief and presenting an oral argument. The moot will be judged by the Dean of Sydney Law School, Professor Joellen Riley. UNITED STATES STUDIES CENTRE GRADUATION 1 2pm, New Law Lounge Join us as we celebrate the students who completed the US Studies Centre High School Course, America: Prophecy, Power, Politics in Semester One. Linger afterward for The Future of America debating competition final DEBATING COMPETITION FINAL 2 3pm, New Law Lounge Watch two schools compete in the United States Studies Centre debating final (topic: The Future of America ), to win three 16GB ipads for their schools. Academic experts from the US Studies Centre will judge the debate. THREE-MINUTE THESIS 1pm 2pm, Charles Perkins Centre Lecture Theatre How do you condense a thesis into just three minutes? This research communication competition challenges postgraduate students to showcase their research topic and its significance in an engaging way in no more than three minutes. Come along and hear our students explain their current projects in interesting and creative ways. POSTGRADUATE EXPO 9am 4pm, New Law, Law Foyer Are you thinking about postgraduate study? Whether you re interested in improving your career options, specialising in a particular field, professional development or personal interest, come and talk to our experts or attend some of our many seminars.
10 8 ACTION-PACKED ACTIVITIES EASTERN AVENUE AND ENGINEERING AND IT PRECINCT Studying at Sydney offers plenty of hands-on learning experiences. Get a glimpse of the latest ways to learn with our interactive activities. ARCHITECTURE Have your head copied by Makerbot s 3D scanner and printed in 3D. SCIENCE Explore the biological sciences from cells to whole animals. Interact with live organisms, preserved specimens and plants in pieces. See a variety of demonstrations from the School of Chemistry on Eastern Avenue outside the Chemistry. Put your problem-solving skills to the test with our range of maths problems and activities. See a range of demonstrations, including magnets, super-conductors and a solar telescope. Learn how we identify bacteria through demonstrations of simple tests for measuring glucose and DNA. View phytoplankton (Sydney Harbour micro organisms) through a microscope and see how a litmus paper test monitors ocean acidification. Extract and compare the DNA of your favourite foods to find out why they are so delicious. See some of the amazing insects and molluscs that either destroy or benefit our crops. Check out the array of original models and inventions students have entered in the STANSW Young Scientist Awards. The winners will be announced at 3pm by Dr Karl Kruszelnicki. ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES At the engineering and IT precinct and in the interactive tent on Eastern Avenue. Eastern Avenue: Be your own myth buster and feel what it s like to stand in quicksand at the geomechanical activity. Sit behind the wheel of the studentdesigned and built FSAE racing car. See the hexacopters in action and talk to students about how this technology is being used to track and record the behaviour of Australian wildlife. Engineering and IT precinct: See the University-built, six-wheeled, allterrain NASA Mars Rover-style vehicles. Become a civil engineer and build your own bridge using special software. Talk to students from the Sydney Lunabotics team and see the robot they took to the NASA Lunabotics Mining Competition. Check out the Microsoft Kinect camera and try the project management challenge. Talk to current students involved in Engineers Without Borders, the Advanced Engineering program, and our many student societies. Channel your inner MasterChef by helping our students make ice cream using liquid nitrogen. See our new robots on the lawn and in the labs, including the Ladybird and Baxter our new humanoid robot and brand new to Australia. Join us for a free BBQ lunch on the Engineering lawns, pm.
11 SYDNEY HEALTH HUB Your health will be in good hands at the Sydney Health Hub. Get a free health check, try out the latest health and exercise equipment, put a shine on your pearly whites, get some tips for a healthy diet (and a long, healthy life) and much, much more. With the largest offering of health disciplines of any university in Australia, our Health Hub is your heartbeat to a healthy career. SYDNEY LAW SCHOOL A law degree opens doors to many diverse career opportunities. Discover the changing nature of law and its many angles and avenues. Which one is for you? DAY IN THE LIFE ipad APP Discover what campus life means for 12 University of Sydney students as they attend classes and events, play sport and meet up with friends. Find the best places to hang out on campus from libraries and lecture theatres to cafes, bars and green spaces. Experience life as a student at the University of Sydney. Download it free at the App Store. sydney.edu.au/uni-life
12 10 CALLING ALL PARENTS PARENTS SEMINAR 11am, Footbridge Theatre If your son or daughter is in Year 11 or 12 and you re interested in finding out more about the University and how you can help them navigate the admissions and enrolment process, don t miss our Parents Seminar. The seminar will cover important topics including: how to support your son or daughter during their HSC university study and costs financial assistance and scholarships how to help your son or daughter make the transition from school to university. You may also be interested in: POSTGRADUATE STUDY OPTIONS AT SYDNEY 11.30am 12pm, New Law Annex, Auditorium pm, New Law Annex, Lecture Theatre 104 SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES 12 1pm, Footbridge Theatre TRANSITION FROM SCHOOL TO UNIVERSITY 12 1pm, General Lecture Theatre, the Quadrangle APPLYING TO UNIVERSITY pm, Footbridge Theatre WHAT IF I DON T GET IN? ALTERNATIVE PATHWAYS TO SYDNEY 1.30pm 2pm, Footbridge Theatre CAREERS ADVICE The Quadrangle Wondering what career options your son or daughter will have after they graduate? Our Careers Centre staff and prospective employers will be available in the Quadrangle to give you all the advice you need. Find out how they can provide career guidance for your son or daughter from the beginning of their university studies through to their first graduate position and beyond.
13 POSTGRADUATE EXPO NEW LAW BUILDING FOYER 9AM 4PM ARE YOU THINKING ABOUT POSTGRADUATE STUDY? Whether you re interested in improving your career options, specialising in a particular field, professional development or personal interest, come and talk to our experts or attend our many seminars. For more information on our seminars see sydney.edu.au/open_day/pg
14 12 EXPLORE OUR CAMPUS Our University is an amazing place. Take time to take it in. Find out where you can study, hang out, and even live, on campus. CAMPUS TOURS Tours depart at 9am, 9.30am, 10am, 10.30am, 11am, 11.30am, 1pm, 1.30pm, 2pm, 2.30pm, and 3pm from under the clock tower at University Place. Come on a 30-minute guided tour of the Camperdown Campus led by one of our Student Ambassadors to get an insider s look at the campus and ask any of those burning questions. ACCOMMODATION TOURS Living on campus at one of our residential colleges adds another dimension to your life at university. It can be a whole lot of fun. The colleges provide academic support as well as plenty of social and sporting activities for you to take part in. You can visit our residential colleges (Sancta Sophia, St Andrew s, St Paul s, Women s College, Wesley College, International House, St John s and Mandelbaum House) on Open Day to tour their facilities and meet current residents. Visit the accommodation stalls in the Quadrangle for more information about residential colleges. MUSEUM TOURS Guided tours depart at 11am, 1pm and 2pm. Curator Dr Georgia Cole will give a talk in the Art Gallery at 12pm. Visit the Nicholson Museum (archaeology and antiquities), the Macleay Museum (natural and cultural history) and the University Art Gallery (visual arts). See permanent displays ranging from Egyptian mummies to taxidermy specimens and browse the current exhibitions. Our museums are open from 10am to 4pm. CHARLES PERKINS CENTRE TOURS Tours depart at 10am, 11am, 12 noon and 1pm from the foyer of the Charles Perkins Centre research and education hub. At the new Charles Perkins Centre research and education hub we re bringing together brilliant minds from various disciplines to tackle some of the world s greatest health challenges: obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and related conditions. Join us for tours of the hub s stunning atrium and learning spaces, including the X-lab, the most advanced wet-lab teaching facility in Australia. Tours run for 30 minutes. You will need to wear enclosed shoes to join this tour. Learn more about the Charles Perkins Centre at sydney.edu.au/perkins
15 13 Visit the faculty that teaches your area of academic interest and get acquainted with the broad range of resources available to you. FACULTY TOURS ARCHITECTURE, DESIGN AND PLANNING Wilkinson Our impressive digital fabrication and robotics facilities are instrumental in expanding our students design capabilities. Our annual collaborations with Sculpture by the Sea and Vivid Sydney are testament to the importance of turning abstract concepts into workable, tangible, full-scale projects that push the limits of technology in design. We welcome Open Day visitors to our showcase exhibitions of 2D and 3D work created using multiple mediums, as well as the mid year Master of Architecture graduate exhibition and the long-standing Noel Chettle Art Awards across level one of the Wilkinson. While you re here, have fun with our interactive robot games, where you can race a robot through a skills challenge.
16 14 FACULTY TOURS ENGINEERING AND IT PRECINCT Our labs, teaching spaces and learning hubs are designed to help you get the most out of your university experience. Take a tour of our extensive facilities, including more than a dozen different labs and workshops, our motion and static flight simulators and our wind tunnel. You ll even get to check out our 3D printers and new robots. Join us for a free BBQ lunch on the Engineering lawns, pm AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING Tours depart at 9.30am and 12.30pm from the PNR (Peter Nicol Russell) foyer after the mini lectures. Take a trip through our labs where you will see our flight simulators, wind tunnel, unmanned aerial vehicles and a prototype aircraft. CIVIL ENGINEERING Tours depart at 10am and 1pm from the PNR foyer after the mini lectures. Join us for a tour of our structures, soils and fluid labs. ELECTRICAL AND INFORMATION ENGINEERING Tours depart every half-hour from 9am to 3pm from the PNR foyer. Visit our power lab, where students work in a professional environment with actual industrial systems. See the new solar power switching demonstration and the national broadband network fibre optics display. CHEMICAL AND BIOMOLECULAR ENGINEERING Tours depart every half-hour from 10.30am to 2pm from the upstairs entrance (on the footbridge) to the PNR. Experience a first-year teaching session and check out the three-storey distillation column, crystalliser and other facilities.
17 MECHATRONIC ENGINEERING Tours depart at 10.30am and 1.30pm from the PNR foyer. See our new robots on the lawn and in the labs, including the Ladybird and Baxter our new humanoid robot and brand new to Australia. Our world-renowned field robotics lab will also be open, showcasing our autonomous underwater vehicles and cow herding robots, Shrimp and Mantis. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES Tours depart at 11am and 2pm from the PNR foyer after the mini lectures. After hearing about computer science and information systems at our mini lecture, take a tour of our facilities and participate in demonstrations of information visualisation, tabletop technologies and robotics. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Tours depart at 11am and 2pm from the PNR foyer after the mini lectures. Explore the mechanical labs where you ll see our 3D printer, the motorman robot, rapid prototyping and the clubman car. We will also visit the materials engineering lab in the Madsen. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING Tours depart at 11.30am and 2.30pm from the PNR foyer immediately after the mini lectures. Explore biomaterials engineering, find out about total hip and knee replacements and our work on synthetic scaffolds for bone reconstruction and microspheres for drug delivery. PROJECT MANAGEMENT Tours depart at 11.30am and 2.30pm from the PNR foyer after the mini lectures. See our new state-of-the art teaching spaces and hear about the complex systems research that informs our teaching. Check out visualisations of social network models and have a go at making one yourself.
18 16 OPEN DAY AT OUR OTHER CAMPUSES We have several campuses in Sydney, including the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney College of the Arts, and Sydney Nursing School. If you re interested in studying music, visual arts or nursing, make sure you pay a visit. We have free buses running from the Camperdown/Darlington campus to these campuses on the day. Representatives from these faculties will also be on hand in the Great Hall and MacLaurin Hall. SYDNEY CONSERVATORIUM OF MUSIC CITY CAMPUS Corner of Bridge Street and Macquarie Street, Sydney CBD Open: 10am 2pm ARE YOU PASSIONATE ABOUT MUSIC? Make music your career at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music Australia s global centre of excellence in music. Visit our campus on Open Day and see what s on offer. GET ONE-ON-ONE ADVICE Our faculty representatives and admissions advisers will be on hand to answer your questions about applying, courses, and any other aspects of studying. We ll be running mini-concerts and performances from a number of musical maestros throughout the day. There will also be lectures and hands on masterclasses, along with regular tours of the building and facilities. For more information, please visit sydney.edu.au/music Free shuttle buses run between the Camperdown Campus and Sydney Conservatorium of Music Campus on the hour from 10am to 1pm.
19 17 SYDNEY COLLEGE OF THE ARTS ROZELLE CAMPUS Balmain Road, Rozelle Open: 10am 3pm Tours depart: 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm Take a guided tour of the state-of-the-art studios, workshops and facilities available to students studying visual arts at Sydney College of the Arts. Meet staff, students and graduates at our Rozelle Campus. You can also visit us at our stall in the Quadrangle of the Camperdown Campus. Free shuttle buses run between the Camperdown Campus and Rozelle Campus on the hour from 10am to 2pm. SYDNEY NURSING SCHOOL MALLETT STREET CAMPUS 88 Mallett Street, Camperdown Open: 9.30am 4pm Tours depart: 9.30am, 10.30am, 11.30am, 12.30pm, 1.30pm and 2.30pm Sydney Nursing School has its own campus, just a short walk or bus ride from the Camperdown Campus. Join a tour of our clinical simulation laboratories where our nursing students prepare for the real world of hospitals. You can attend one of our mini lectures, meet our nursing academic staff, clinical experts and students and get advice about clinical placements near and far, including international opportunities. You can also visit us at the Camperdown campus in the Great Hall or the Health Hub. HEALTH SCIENCES CUMBERLAND CAMPUS Our Cumberland Campus is not open to visit on Open Day. But please come and talk to our faculty representatives at stall 1 in the Great Hall and Ante Room, attend the Health Sciences mini lectures and visit us in the Health Hub. Free shuttle buses run between the Camperdown Campus and Mallett Street Campus on the hour from 9am to 3pm. See page 24 and the map on pages for more information.
20 18 EXPLORE OUR MUSEUMS The University of Sydney is home to the Nicholson and Macleay Museums, as well as the University Art Gallery. They re bursting with artefacts from Mummies to masterpieces and they re all open for you to explore on Open Day. Find out more about current exhibitions at sydney.edu.au/museums NICHOLSON MUSEUM (archaeology and antiquities) Southern entrance to the Quadrangle Current exhibition: 50 Objects, 50 Stories and Aphrodite s Island: Australian Archaeologists in Cyprus. MACLEAY MUSEUM (natural and cultural history) Top floor of the Macleay, entrance from Gosper Lane off Science Road Current exhibition: Points of Focus: Historic Photographs From the Pacific UNIVERSITY ART GALLERY Inside the archway at the northern end of the Quadrangle. Current exhibition: Fugitive forms and grand designs: 16th 19th century drawings from the collection of Justice Roddy Meagher Left: China Straits from Samarai Island Papua, 1929: Photo: WJ Jackson. HP Right: Detail from Head of a woman, Elisabeth Sirani, 17th century, UA , Donated through The Hon R P Meagher bequest 2011
21 MINI LECTURE TIMETABLE 19 LECTURE TITLE VENUE START FINISH STUDYING AT SYDNEY International study opportunities Quadrangle, General Lecture Theatre 10am 10.30am Elite Athlete Program Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness Quadrangle, Oriental Room S204 11am 11.30am Study in the United States Eastern Avenue, Seminar Room am 11.30am Parents Seminar Footbridge Theatre 11am 12pm Student accommodation information Quadrangle, Lecture Theatre am 12pm Residential colleges Quadrangle, Lecture Theatre pm 12.30pm Postgraduate study options at Sydney New Law Annex, Auditorium am 12pm Say hello to uni life the fun side: festivals, Quadrangle, Oriental Room S am 12pm clubs and societies, leadership opportunities Your road to research at Sydney New Law Annex, Lecture Theatre am 12.30pm What Student IT can do for you New Law Annex, Seminar Room pm 12.30pm Scholarship opportunities Footbridge Theatre 12pm 1pm Transition from school to university Quadrangle, General Lecture Theatre 12pm 1pm Applying to university Footbridge Theatre 1pm 1.30pm International study opportunities Quadrangle, General Lecture Theatre 1pm 1.30pm Three-minute thesis Charles Perkins Centre, Lecture Theatre 1pm 2pm Meet our alumni Quadrangle, Lecture Theatre 223 1pm 2pm Learn a language alongside your degree Quadrangle, Oriental Room S pm 2pm Postgraduate study options at Sydney New Law Annex, Lecture Theatre pm 2pm What if I don t get in? Alternative pathways to Sydney Footbridge Theatre 1.30pm 2pm Early Offer Year 12 Scheme (E12) Footbridge Theatre 2pm 2.30pm Elite Athlete program Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness Quadrangle, Oriental Room S204 2pm 2.30pm What s great about Sydney: the student perspective Quadrangle, Lecture Theatre 223 2pm 2.30pm Agriculture and Environment Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Carslaw, Tutorial Room am 10.30am Bachelor of Environmental Systems Carslaw, Tutorial Room am 11am Bachelor of Food and Agribusiness Carslaw, Tutorial Room am 11.30am The future of food Charles Perkins Centre, Lecture Theatre 12pm 1pm Bachelor of Food and Agribusiness Carslaw, Tutorial Room pm 2pm Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Carslaw, Tutorial Room 350 2pm 2.30pm Bachelor of Environmental Systems Carslaw, Tutorial Room pm 3pm Architecture, Design and Planning Careers in Creative IT: Wilkinson 10.30am 11am The Bachelor of Design Computing Your future in architecture Wilkinson 11am 11.30am Your future in architecture Wilkinson 1.30pm 2pm Careers in Creative IT: The Bachelor of Design Computing Wilkinson 2pm 2.30pm
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