In this workshop, facilitated by an International Student Advisor from International Student Experience Unit (ISEU), you will learn the essentials to settling in, living and learning in your new environment. It is strongly advised that you attend this session as soon as possible after arriving at UNSW.
Register for Arrival Essentials sessions online via Getting Started.
Tuesday, 04 February 2020, 10am - 12pm Venue: CivEng G1
Thursday, 06 February 2020, 10am - 12pm Venue: CivEng G1
Thursday, 13 February 2020, 10am - 12pm Venue: CivEng G1
Registration for Arrival Essentials via the Online Registration.
The Welcome Day: International Student Welcome Day is designed to introduce you to studying at UNSW and to provide you with a practical experience of attending lectures and learning in Australia. The one day event is suitable for undergraduate, postgraduate and research students. You will get the opportunity to meet other commencing students, UNSW staff and International Student Experience Unit International Cultural Mentors.
Registration is required via the ISEU Online Booking System. Research students (PhD and Masters by Research) who have difficulties using the ISEU Online Booking System can register by sending an email to ISEU with the details of their full name, student id number and degree program.
Monday, 10 February 2020
10.30am - 4pm
Where: CLB 7
Register for International Student Welcome Day via the Online Registration.
This is a mandatory session for all students under 18 who have taken up UNSW's care, welfare and accommodation arrangements. The session is facilitated by International Student Advisors from International Student Experience Unit (ISEU), who monitor the well-being of students under 18 years of age at UNSW.
Friday, 14 February 2020
10am - 3pm
Where: Colombo Theatre A
Register for Under 18's Induction Day via the ISEU Online Booking System.
Joining a International Student Experience Unit (ISEU) campus tour is the best way to get to know the campus and other newly commencing international students. Tours are led by Cultural Mentors who will show you faculty buildings, important student services, printing and copying facilities, the best places to eat and much more. Parents and partners are also welcome.
Tuesday, 4 & 11 February
Thursday, 6 & 13 February
12pm - 1pm
Where: Meet at The Red Centre Student Lounge, Ground Floor, East Wing of The Red Centre Building
Register for Campus Tours via the Online Registration.