Welcome to UTS!
NOTE: Orientation & Preparation Weeks (Calendar B): 22-26 February 2016 is for Graduate School of Health, Teacher Education, Applied Linguistics and TESOL only. See list of specific courses that will run off Calendar B Autumn and Spring sessions here).
We’ve designed a comprehensive Orientation & Preparation Weeks Program to help you get the best start to your student experience. Throughout Orientation & Preparation Weeks, there’ll be the opportunity to attend a variety of sessions to help you prepare for your time at university.
During Orientation & Preparation Weeks you will notice students dressed in orange. These students are known as Peer Networkers and will be roaming around UTS throughout the Orientation & Preparation Weeks period. The Peer Network is made up of current international and local UTS students. If you have any questions during Orientation, don’t be shy, they’re a friendly bunch and are here to help you!
- Learn all about UTS and your degree- how the university works; where everything is, expectations for your course, as well as getting information that is a vital to your learning in session 1.
- Kick start your career journey- attend a Linkedin Lab, gain tips for getting a part-time job, experience U:Professional or chat with one of our friendly careers consultants.
- Study your own way- with sessions run by experts in psychology, learning and development, research and mental health, you can choose what skills you want to develop further and be introduced to the tools and techniques that can help you succeed at university.
- The social side- find out how to get involved in activities on campus, make new friends and have fun! Attend ActivateUTS' O-day (where there'll be over 130 clubs to choose from); Summerfest party; speed-friending and chill out at our infamous Orientation Cafe. Orientation & Preparation Weeks provide a wonderful opportunity to meet other local and international students and immerse yourself in the vibrant and exciting community that is UTS.