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Key resources

Resources for you

  • 2024 Careers Advisers' Seminar Slides

    Access the slides from our 2024 Careers Advisers' Seminar, featuring key updates, faculty information, employability resources and much more!

  • Click through to access resources for teachers and programs for students across each subject area:

    • : Access a centralised network of economics education resources and opportunities. CIEE's aim is to promote inclusion, equity and quality in economics educationand economic literacy.

    • Biology, Geoscience, Geography, Environment and Climate Science: Access a list of interactive educational activities and links to engaging lectures presented by experts in the field, and learn more about NSW Science Teachers Association's annual BEEINS (Biology, Earth & Environmental Sciences and Investigating Science) conference.

      Chemistry programs: School of Chemistry delivers workshops, expos and lectures as part of faculty and university-wide initiatives like the ASPIRE program, Nura Gili Summer School and L'Oreal Women in Science events.

      Year 12 Chemistry Depth Studies: Engage your students in real world research applications of chemistry.These extensions to the HSC syllabus provide support for teachers leading Depth Studies at their schools and the opportunity for students to partake in hand-on experiments led by academics and senior PhD students.

      Physics and Astronomy programs:The Physics and Astronomy programs at cater for school group (primary and secondary) excursions and the general public alike. Our programs cover topical and scientific subjects from the NSW school syllabus in a fun and highly interactive manner. Additional physics depth study resources are also available.

      Physics for Teachers | Graduate Certificate:The School of Physics runs face to face professional learning courses and Science has developed a number of online professional development modules. Also, learn more about the Graduate Certificate in Physics for Science Teachers

      Mathematics and Statistics resources: Access resources to improve the quality of mathematics education, and explore our Do The Maths workshops, designed to encourage female students to consider maths as a career.

    • : Express your interest in a range of activities including Open Days and work experience programs to help students find the best pathway to careers in science and technology.

      Civil Engineering outreach program: 's School of Civil and Environmental Engineering partners with IAC to run an annual work experience program promoting engineering career options for Year 10 students.

      Materials Science & Engineering resources: Access tutorials and lesson plans from our researchers, students and staff across HSC Engineering Studies, Physics and Chemistry.

Resources for students

  • With detailed information on our courses, including admissions pathways and adjustment factors, our student guide is the essential comprehensive reference for all things undergraduate at . Beyond purely academic information, the guide also illustrates what students can expect to experience at , including social networks, professional development opportunities, accommodation options, and student support services.

  • Our events are a great place for students to start their journey from high school to undergraduate study at Sydney. Visit our page to discover events, resources and programs across our study areas.

Experience

Whether your students want to explore our campus, chat with current university students, discover potential careers, participate in workshops that suit their passions, or just find out about from the comfort of their own homes, we offer a range of outreach activities for curious minds.

Please note: All activities are subject to availability and must be booked at least two weeks in advance.

  • We come to you with insights into our courses, the student experience, and our vibrant community. Our experienced Student Ambassador team of current students deliver presentations that typically run for 30-40 minutes, include a Q&A session, and can be tailored to suit your needs.

  • Explore our campuses with the guidance of a current student.

    Our Kensington campus is so large it has its own postcode. For approximately two hours, your students will discover the essential sites and facilities across this vibrant campus with a friendly Student Ambassador, who will also deliver an informative presentation.

    We can also arrange a visit to thedepending on capacity and availability.

  • Chat with our passionate Student Ambassadors and Future Students team at a variety of high school careers markets throughout the year. We love these events because we get to engage with both students and broader school communities to provide information on our courses and student experience.

  • Discover student experiences, opportunities, and courses from your classroom. Our interactive presentations include Q&A sessions with current students and are livestreamed using easily accessible technologies.

Upcoming events

Let your students see for themselves what it's like to study at , online or in person. Find passionate academics and future classmates ready to understand their goals and inspire them with the full range of opportunities at our undergraduate events

Mark your calendars - registration links to come!

Year 10 & Year 11 Experience Days
In person | 22 - 24 Apr​il

Faculty Information Evenings
Online | May - June

Year 10 Info Evenings
Online | 9 May
Online | 14 May

Year 12 Info Evenings
On campus | 18 June
Online | 20 June

Open Day
On campus | 7 Sep​tember

Info Week
December

Events on-demand

  • Are your students interested in a career in medicine? Hear from experts and current students to find out how the Bachelor of Medical Studies/Doctor of Medicine at will provide the theoretical understanding and practical experiences needed to launch their careers as medical professional.

    Get insights into the dynamic blend of hands-on clinical experiences and research-focused learning as a Medicine student. You’ll also find out detailed information on the application and admissions process for 2025 entry.

    Note: this event was hosted live on 12 March 2024.

  • We know that sorting out subject selection for the HSC can be tricky. We’ll help your students by providing information straight from the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA), the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) and from our staff and students.

    Parents, students and educators can continue to access the event recording below to get advice and information specially tailored for Year 10 students.

  • If your students are considering an undergraduate law double degree at , they'll need to sit the Law Admission Test (LAT)*. Find out everything they need to know about the LAT at our online Information Evening.

    We covered how the LAT has worked for entry in the past, key dates for the year ahead, provide detailed program and faculty information. Our live panel at the end of the presentation answered questions submitted online during the event. More information.

    *Indigenous students undertaking the Pre-Law Program at or students applying via Gateway are not required to sit the LAT. International Students are not eligible to sit the LAT.

  • 's Year 12 Info Evening is your handbook to getting ready for Uni for domestic students. We’ll cover how to apply at , how to preference, Portfolio Entry, scholarship application tips and tricks, and how students can show they are more than just an ATAR. The fun stuff won’t be missed, you’ll hear from current students about uni life, fun activities and how classes work.


Your contact

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Future Student Recruitment | Undergraduate

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Contact: Codie Wem
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Useful resources

Portfolio Entry

You’re so much more than an ATAR. Find out how we recognise your passion, creativity, and potential.
Alternative entry

Adjustment factors

Find out how we consider different factors that combine with your raw ATAR to form your selection rank.
Entry requirements

Frequently asked questions

From how to get here, to how we help you get a job when you graduate – find answers to questions people often ask us on our FAQ page for future students.
Helpful information
How do you even apply to study at uni? Understand the UAC application process with this helpful guide.
Year 12 students
Discover which of our many scholarships and other financial support opportunities you may be eligible for.
Financial assistance
Double degrees allow you to combine your interests and carve out a career path that is connected to your unique passions.
Our programs
Use this guide as a checklist to do small steps each year that will put you in the best position when applying for and starting uni.
Year 10 students