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|Monday 29 June|
|Corporate roles in health with the new Bachelor of Science (Health)
||4.00pm-4.30pm||The new Bachelor of Science (Health) provides a thorough grounding in health and health systems at the local, national and global level. Develop a strong foundation in understanding health communities and the ability to think critically about challenges in health and healthcare, which will make you a competitive graduate.
|HSC Study Tips: Chinese and Literature||4.45pm-5.30pm||Dr Hongzhi Yang will give practice advice for studying and revising for the HSC Chinese and Literature course, writing analytical responses and resources to support your study for HSC Chinese and Literature. Dr Yang has extensive experience teaching Chinese and Literature course in high schools and is coordinating and lecturing languages teacher education courses at University of Sydney.|
|Tuesday 30 June|
|Pathways to studying at the Business School
||5.00pm-6.00pm||Join us to hear about the range of admission pathways available and from current students who will share their student experience. This is the perfect opportunity to have your questions answered and to learn about the range of industry-focused and real-world opportunities available for Business School students. Your global business journey starts here.|
|Wednesday 1 July|
|Admission pathways||4.00pm-4.30pm||We know that your ATAR isn’t always the best measure of your potential. If your studies in Year 11 or 12 were impacted by commitments or circumstances beyond your control, join us for this webinar to discover our admissions schemes and pathways.|
|Early Offer Year 12 (E12): How to apply||4.45pm-5.15pm||This session provides an overview of our E12 Scheme, including eligibility, benefits and how to apply.|
|Ask an Arts student: Live Q&A||5.30pm-6.00pm||Want to know what studying an Arts degree is really like? In this session, we will demystify the Bachelor of Arts and you will have the opportunity to ask questions to current students.??|
|Thursday 2 July|
|Pharmacy at USYD||4.00pm-4.30pm||A career in pharmacy is more than just pills and potions. Find out all about it from Professor Andrew McLachlan, Dean of Pharmacy at the University of Sydney, which is one of Australia’s leading universities for pharmacy.|
|Friday 3 July|
|Space Engineering||4.00pm-4.30pm||Join us to learn more about studying Space Engineering at the University of Sydney! You’ll hear from a current student and have the opportunity to ask them anything you’d like about studying Space Engineering here at the University.|
Register for a one-on-one lesson with one of our academic representatives and gain advice and personalised feedback on your portfolio.?
Join us online and have all your questions answered about preparing your portfolio for admission to study composition, contemporary music, composition for creative industries, and digital music and media at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
We would love to connect with you to answer questions you may have about studying at the University of Sydney. Our helpline is available between 9am and 5pm (AEST), Monday to Friday.
You can also make an?online enquiry.
In light of COVID-19 developments, please be advised our face to face events will no longer take place in the short term. We look forward to welcoming you on campus soon, and in the meantime, we are moving all events online, to bring our staff, students and campus life to you! Learn more about the University's?advice and updates related to COVID-19.