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Join us for our STEMM Postgrad Information Evening to find out more about our suite of courses from a range of disciplines including allied health; public health, environmental science and sustainability; engineering; data science and computer science; nursing; project management; and psychology.

The evening will have a range of short lectures (schedule coming soon) and a course advice area with academic and professional staff ready to answer your questions. There will be space for private consultations during the evening.

We partner with leaders from business, industry and academia based here in Sydney and around the world. Our postgraduates are among the world's most sought-after employees – we're ranked first in Australia and fourth in the world for graduate employability.

About the STEMM Faculties
Faculty of Engineering

Engineering solutions for a digital future.

We are educating leaders, forging strong industry partnerships and meeting challenges in healthcare, infrastructure, food and the environment. We are also creating smarter technology, changing the way we live and work.

Make a powerful impact to improve the lives of people around the world with a degree in engineering, project management or advanced computing. From AI to space travel, engineers, project managers and computer scientists develop innovative and sustainable solutions to society’s greatest challenges.

A postgraduate qualification will give you the edge in a global economy that places a premium on demonstrated professional skills and genuine innovation.

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Faculty of Medicine and Health

Global leaders in medicine and health

Healthcare, both in Australia and overseas, is undergoing significant change. The Faculty of Medicine and Health is committed to leading this change, by educating and shaping future healthcare professionals and reimagining the way healthcare is delivered.

Studying medicine and health at the University of Sydney ensures that you will be fully equipped with the leadership capabilities, clinical skills and human understanding required to make a genuine difference to the lives of individuals and communities.

Pursue your passion in health and get ready for a career where you can make a difference to millions of lives. Choose from the largest range of health degrees of any Australian university - including health sciences, medical sciences, nursing, pharmacy, public health, medicine and dentistry - and graduate with knowledge and skills that are in demand.

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Faculty of Science

Innovate, discover, and tackle world-wide issues with Science

Conducting excellent research and creating the next generation of science talent in Australia is core to the Faculty of Science, as we play a leading role in Australia's ability to compete scientifically on the world stage.

Further education in the sciences will set you apart and take your career to the next level. You will join one of Australia’s largest postgraduate communities and a global network of leading thinkers. Our degrees by coursework include areas such as animal and human health, psychology, sustainability, agriculture and environment as well as mathematical sciences.

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Who Should Register?
Students

Students from Grade 12 onwards can register to attend. Once they register, they’ll receive a confirmation over email, WhatsApp & SMS with their unique link to login on the platform. A meeting ID and password is not required to connect with the University of Sydney over video chat.

When students visit the platform, they share their registration information only with participating institutions. We do not share student information with any other third parties.

Parents

Parents should register with their son/daughter’s information.

School Counselors

Please share this opportunity with your existing Class XII students and students who have appeared for Class XII Board Exams and encourage them to register. Please write to us at india.info@sydney.edu.au to receive a personalised login for your students.

Why Register?

Register today to learn more about our graduate course options through this exciting series of online information sessions. Whether you’re looking to enhance your existing skills, make a career change or take the next step in advancing your career through further education, the University of Sydney has a course for you. Ranked 1st in Australia and 4th in the world for graduate employability, completing your postgraduate studies at Sydney will give you an internationally recognised qualification

WEBINARS
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08:00 AM to 08:55 AM AEST
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Health and Medicine

Description

Join us to learn more about the faculty, courses offered, clinical placements, registration and more. Presented by Faculty Partnerships Manager Ms Erika Anza-Mosman. Faculty of Medicine and Health offers the largest range of courses of any Australian university, giving you a variety of ways to pursue your passion for health.

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Ms Erika Anza -Mosman
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Ms Erika Anza- Mosman is the Faculty Partnerships Manager for the Faculty of Medicine and Health at the University of Sydney. In her role, Erika works closely with the respective Head of School and Dean to support prospective students in identifying their career pathways and has in-depth knowledge of all programs offered in Medicine and Health at the University of Sydney. Erika has extensive experience in higher education.
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08:00 AM to 08:55 AM AEST
Session Title

The international law issues that are raised by the current war in Ukraine

Description

Join Associate Professor Emily Crawford, expert in international law, international humanitarian law and international criminal law, as she delivers a presentation on the international law issues that are raised by the current war in Ukraine. Learn how Sydney’s Juris Doctor can enable you to become a legal practitioner both in Australia and overseas.

Meet The Speaker
Associate Professor Emily Crawford
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Emily Crawford is an Associate Professor at the University of Sydney Law School, where she teaches and researches in international law, international humanitarian law and international criminal law. She is an associate of the Sydney Centre for International Law at the University of Sydney, and a co-editor of the Journal of International Humanitarian Studies.
Session Time
08:00 AM to 08:55 AM AEST
Session Title

Scholarships and Sponsorships

Description

Join Anna to learn about scholarships that are available from the University; Vice Chancellor’s International Scholarships, Faculty Scholarships, Postgraduate Research Scholarships - and other funding that may be available to you from your Government or other funding bodies.

Meet The Speaker
Anna Kirkham
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Anna Kirkham is the International Development and Sponsorship Manager at the University of Sydney. Anna has over 20 years of experiences working in international education sector, mostly in government relations, compliance and quality assurance, student supports, and scholarships.
Session Time
08:00 AM to 09:55 AM AEST
Session Title

USYD Help Desk – Admissions and Recruitment

Description

Join this session to learn more about the admissions processes, awards, scholarships, clubs and societies and student experience.

Meet The Speaker
Session Time
09:00 AM to 09:55 AM AEST
Session Title

Digital Design for Liveable Cities

Description

Join Dr Luke Hespanhol, Senior Lecturer of Design and Computation, and Program Director of the Master of Interaction Design and Electronic Arts, as he delivers a presentation on digital design for liveable cities.

Meet The Speaker
Dr. Luke Hespanhol
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Dr Luke Hespanhol's practice investigates the potential of interactive media to create engaging experiences that lead to reflection on the relationship between individuals and the immediate environment around them. He has explored these possibilities of public expression through the development of interactive media installations for academic research, galleries and public art festivals. Luke holds a PhD from the Design Lab, University of Sydney, researching interactive media architecture and the user-centred design of hybrid urban environments. His research spans a wide spectrum of interactive media applications, from urban media art and generative media to responsive environments, technology-mediated social interactions, digital placemaking, urban informatics, smart cities and media architecture. Luke is a senior lecturer in Design and Computation, a former guest researcher at the Department of Aesthetics and Communication at Aarhus University, Denmark, and a member of the Media Architecture Institute.
Session Time
09:00 AM to 09:55 AM AEST
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HDR/Research – Road to Research

Description

Join our HDR Manager, Sarah Nelson to learn about our research with impact, pathways to a PhD and research scholarships. Discover why we're one of the world's top research universities.

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Ms Sarah Nelson
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Sarah is the Recruitment Manager, Higher Degree Research for all faculties, for both the domestic and international markets at University of Sydney. In her role, Sarah works to attract the best and brightest PhD, MPhil and Honours students. She has in-depth knowledge of the Universities research programs, pathways, policies and scholarships.
Session Time
09:00 AM to 09:55 AM AEST
Session Title

Master of Cyber Security and Master of Data Science

Description

Join Assoc Prof Masahiro Takatsuka, Deputy Head of School (Education) for the School of Computer Science. This session will cover information about the new Master of Data Science and Master of Cybersecurity professional degrees. The Master of Data Science is a professional degree for people who are passionate about drawing meaningful knowledge from data to drive business decision-making or research output. It will develop your analytical and technical skills to use data science to guide strategic decisions in your area of expertise. Cybersecurity is a fast-growing area with significant national importance. It is also an area where there is a global shortage of highly skilled graduates. The Master of Cybersecurity will equip you with theoretical and technical knowledge and skillsets to become leaders in various cybersecurity job roles.

Meet The Speaker
Associate Professor Masa Takatsuka
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Associate Professor Masa Takatsuka is Deputy Head (Education) for the School of Computer Science. His research interests cover Neural Network based Data Visualization and 3D computer vision based Human Computer Interaction. He leads the design and development of all Computer Science award courses from Bachelor's to Master's.
Session Time
09:00 AM to 09:55 AM AEST
Session Title

Centre for English Teaching (CET)

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Join the English Language and Academic Skills demonstration offered by the Centre for English Teaching, gain insights into the attributes you need to be successful in your degree.

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Aaron Jolly CET English Teacher
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Aaron has been a teacher and education designer at CET USYD since 2015. Prior to that he taught in Asia for 12 years, including in South Korea, where he was a teacher, university academic manager, as well an R&D director, among other positions. He is also a published author with Pearson Education on a global textbook series for primary aged ESL students originally titled “Our Discovery Island” and later renamed “Poptropica”. His interest areas at CET are extensive listening, academic writing and digital lesson design.
 
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07:00 PM to 07:55 PM AEST
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Sydney Conservatorium of Music

Description

Join Shauna Crick and Samuel Cruthers for this informative session, where they will help you prepare a successful application and hear about what you can look forward to when join our world class conservatorium. Are you ready to apply for your place at the Conservatorium of Music and keen to learn more about what to expect during the audition process?

Session Time
07:00 PM to 07:55 PM AEST
Session Title

Master of Social Justice

Description

Join Dr. Susan Banki, the Director of the Master of Social Justice, who will talk about Flood, COVID-19, Afghanistan, Ukraine, Myanmar, Poverty, Gender-based violence and Indigenous inequality, which are examples of problems that some people call ‘wicked problems’ – issues that have complex origins and no easy solutions. The Master of Social Justice recognises these complexities, and offers students innovative, enriching and exciting ways to understand and interpret ‘wicked problems’. This presentation are some of the things that students learn in the program. The presentation will also cover the course structure, some information about our teachers, and the kinds of careers that our graduates pursue.

Meet The Speaker
Dr Susan Banki
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Susan Banki's research interests lie in the political, institutional, and legal contexts that explain the roots of and solutions to international human rights violations. In particular, she is interested in the ways that questions of sovereignty, citizenship/membership and humanitarian principles have shaped our understanding of and reactions to various transnational phenomena, such as the international human rights regime, international migration and the provision of international aid. Susan's focus is in the Asia-Pacific region, where she has conducted extensive field research in Thailand, Nepal, Bangladesh and Japan on refugee/migrant protection, statelessness and border control. She is currently investigating the local, regional and international mechanisms (and the interactions between them) that serve as potential levers for change.
Session Time
07:00 PM to 07:55 PM AEST
Session Title

The international law issues that are raised by the current war in Ukraine

Description

Join Associate Professor Emily Crawford, expert in international law, international humanitarian law and international criminal law, as she delivers a presentation on the international law issues that are raised by the current war in Ukraine. Learn how Sydney’s Juris Doctor can enable you to become a legal practitioner both in Australia and overseas.

Meet The Speaker
Associate Professor Emily Crawford
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Emily Crawford is an Associate Professor at the University of Sydney Law School, where she teaches and researches in international law, international humanitarian law and international criminal law. She is an associate of the Sydney Centre for International Law at the University of Sydney, and a co-editor of the Journal of International Humanitarian Studies.
Session Time
07:00 PM to 07:55 PM AEST
Session Title

Master of Project Management

Description

Join us to learn about the School of Project Management at the University of Sydney and it's position globally. In this session Project Management will be introduced as a growing discipline that responds to the raising challenges in the volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous world (known in the field as VUCA). The interdisciplinary nature of project management has drawn researchers from a range of backgrounds to solve problems from infrastructure projects to stage a major world event like the Olympic games.

Meet The Speaker
Dr Suhair Alkilani
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Suhair is the Director of Postgraduate Project Management Programs and a Senior Lecturer in the School of Project Management at the University of Sydney. She completed her bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Mutah University in Jordan in 2002, her Master of Engineering Management from University of Technology Sydney in 2009 and her PhD in construction management from the University of New South Wales in 2018. Suhair started her academic career as a teaching assistance at the University of Technology Sydney, then as a tutor, research associate and guest lecturer at the University of New South Wales. Suhair joined Asia Pacific International College in 2016 as a lecturer then she was promoted to a course coordinator (Postgraduate courses) in 2018 and to a Head of Discipline (Project management) in 2020. She has also worked as site engineer on a variety of projects including infrastructure and buildings in Jordan. Suhair has joined the school of project management at the university of Sydney in 2021 as a senior lecturer (teaching and research)
Session Time
07:00 PM to 07:55 PM AEST
Session Title

Public Health and Global Health

Description

Join Prof Tim Driscoll and Prof Camille Raynes-Greenow, our experts in Public Health and Global Health to know about the course content and admission requirements. Find out about our scholarship options available for international students for Semester 1 and 2!

Speakers
Professor Camille Raynes-Greenow
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Professor Camille Raynes-Greenow PhD, MPH is an internationally recognised leader in global maternal and perinatal public health. She leads a world-class research program that improves the survival of babies and the health of women through research that describes, assesses risk and develops and evaluates interventions for modifiable risk factors in the perinatal period. Her flagship project is a large NHMRC funded cluster randomised controlled trial in Bangladesh that is investigating the effect of reduced exposure to household air pollution on perinatal outcomes and on the growth, infection and neurodevelopmental outcomes of children at age 2.
Professor Tim Driscoll
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Professor Tim Driscoll - My main areas of interest include the burden of occupational disease and injury; occupational cancer and exposure to occupational carcinogens; occupational lung disease; increasing the practical application and influence of epidemiological principles and findings; and improving the communication of epidemiological principles and findings to the general public.
Session Time
07:00 PM to 07:55 PM AEST
Session Title

Careers & Industry Opportunities in Human Resource Management

Description

Join this session to learn more about our Master of Human Resource Management & Industrial Relations. How will this degree equip you with the skills to respond to the rapid changes in work practices, and provide you with a competitive edge in the global job market? Find out why graduates will be in-demand as effective strategic business partners, knowledgeable change agents, and persuasive professional communicators across multiple industries including consultancy work, government, or private and public sector management.

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Associate Professor Sunghoon Kim
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Sunghoon Kim is an Associate Professor in the Discipline of Work and Organisational Studies and the Director for Master of HRM/IR program at the University of Sydney Business School. He received his PhD from Cornell University. Sunghoon is a leading scholar in the field of strategic human resource management and comparative employment relations. He is currently an Editor of Human Resource Management, a field-leading academic journal. His research has been published in prestigious international journals including Human Resource Management, Journal of International Business Studies, Organization Studies, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, International Journal of Human Resource Management. Sunghoon co-edited Routledge Handbook of Human Resource Management in Asia, and a contributor to the Google funded APRU project entitled “Transformation of Work in Asia-Pacific in the 21st Century”
Session Time
07:00 PM to 07:55 PM AEST
Session Title

Digital Design for Liveable Cities

Description

Join Dr Luke Hespanhol, Senior Lecturer of Design and Computation, and Program Director of the Master of Interaction Design and Electronic Arts, as he delivers a presentation on digital design for liveable cities.

Meet The Speaker
Dr. Luke Hespanhol
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"Dr Luke Hespanhol's practice investigates the potential of interactive media to create engaging experiences that lead to reflection on the relationship between individuals and the immediate environment around them. He has explored these possibilities of public expression through the development of interactive media installations for academic research, galleries and public art festivals. Luke holds a PhD from the Design Lab, University of Sydney, researching interactive media architecture and the user-centred design of hybrid urban environments. His research spans a wide spectrum of interactive media applications, from urban media art and generative media to responsive environments, technology-mediated social interactions, digital placemaking, urban informatics, smart cities and media architecture. Luke is a senior lecturer in Design and Computation, a former guest researcher at the Department of Aesthetics and Communication at Aarhus University, Denmark, and a member of the Media Architecture Institute."
Session Time
07:00 PM to 08:55 PM AEST
Session Title

USYD Help Desk – Admissions and Recruitment

Description

Join this session to learn more about the admissions processes, awards, scholarships, clubs and societies and student experience.

Meet The Speaker
Session Time
08:00 PM to 08:55 PM AEST
Session Title

Future-proof with our Master of Commerce

Description

Join Associate Professor Teresa Davis and learn how the versatile Master of Commerce and Master of Commerce (Extension) degrees will prepare you for a dynamic career and a global mindset. Co-designed with industry, this degree offers a range of real-world learning opportunities such as Australian and overseas internships via our Industry Placement Program. Find out more about the 8 future-focused specialisations (areas of interest) and how you can combine Data Analytics with Finance; or Marketing with Strategy, Innovation and Management, to prepare yourself for an agile career and be in high demand upon graduation.

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Associate Professor Teresa Davis
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Associate Professor Teresa Davis is originally from India, Teresa completed a PhD in Consumer Research in the early 2000s. She joined the University of Sydney Business School in 2002 and focuses her research on consumer culture and the sociology of consumption in children and migrant groups.
Session Time
08:00 PM to 08:55 PM AEST
Session Title

Master of Professional Engineering. “Circular Economy = CE = Chemical Engineering”

Description

Join, Professor Tim Langrish who will discuss postgraduate study options in the area of sustainability engineering. Professor Ali Abbas will discuss waste and the challenge in managing the increasing generation of waste through Circular Economy solutions. Ali will explain what circular economy is and its roots in Chemical Engineering, and how it has become a new mega trend in global sustainability movement. Ali will also share some examples of our research in circular economy.

Speakers
Associate Professor Ali Abbas
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Associate Professor Ali Abbas received both his Bachelors and PhD in Chemical Engineering from University of Sydney, Australia. He held a lecturing contract at the Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Sydney before joining, in 2004, the new School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He was appointed, in 2007, to the lecturing position at UNSW Asia in Chemical Engineering in the Division of Engineering Science and Technology. Associate Professor Abbas returned to the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Sydney later in 2007. His engineering research is in the area of Process Systems Engineering with emphasis on model-based optimal operation of particulate, energy and bio- systems. He has strong interests in education and teaching with particular focus on curriculum design and integration as well as on experiential e-learning and virtual worlds (such as the University's Second Life world). Professor Abbas is Chair of the organising committee for the inaugural ‘Australian Circular Economy Conference’ (ACEC) (19-20 November 2018).
Professor Tim Langrish
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Professor Langrish is a world leader in drying technology, particularly spray drying and the drying of timber. His work, with Professor Fletcher, on transient flows in spray dryers, has uncovered new types of flow instabilities that are fundamental to improving practical outcomes in reducing the deposition of particles on spray dryer walls. This achievement is scientifically significant because it applies advanced computational modelling and physical understanding to the solution of important and common industrial process engineering problems.
Session Time
08:00 AM to 08:55 AM AEST
Session Title

Sydney College of Arts (Master of Moving Image)

Description

Join award-winning filmmaker and author Dr. Anna Broinowski to discuss the Master of Moving Image. The Master of Moving Image (MMI) offers hands-on education in contemporary moving image production by teaching you how to develop a film project from concept to screen. It is ideal for professionals pursuing a career in the film and digital media sector, and for anyone wishing to engage with contemporary filmmaking and interactive media. This session will cover admissions, course structure and content and graduate opportunities.

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Dr Anna Broinowski
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Anna Broinowski is a Walkley award-winning filmmaker and author who specialises in political and counter-cultural subjects. Her documentaries have screened around the world and include Please Explain! (SBS), Aim High in Creation! (ABC/Netflix), Forbidden Lie$ (MIFF/Palace) and Helen’s War (SBS/CBC/ZDF). Awards include 3 AFI/AACTAs, the Rome Festival “Cult” Prize, the Al Jazeera Golden Award, and the Writer’s Guild of America Best Screenplay. Anna’s two books are Please Explain: the rise, fall and rise again of Pauline Hanson (2017), and The Director is the Commander (2015), printed in the US as Aim High in Creation! (2016) - about North Korean propaganda cinema.
Session Time
08:00 AM to 08:55 AM AEST
Session Title

Postgraduate Economics: Australia’s oldest and most recognised Postgraduate coursework Economics qualification

Description

Join Associate Professor Mark Melatos, an expert in International Economics and International Trades as he discusses studying postgraduate economics. This session will cover the Master of Economics and the Master of Economic Analysis and include information on the difference between the two, course structure (foundation units, core units, electives and specialisations) and graduate employability.

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Associate Professor Mark Melatos
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Mark Melatos is Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Sydney, where he completed his PhD in 2002. He has previously been Associate Dean (Postgraduate Coursework) and Sub-Dean (Academic Appeals and Progression) in the university’s Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. He is currently Degree Director of the Faculty’s Executive Master of Arts and Social Sciences.
Session Time
08:00 AM to 09:55 AM AEST
Session Title

USYD Help Desk – Admissions and Recruitment

Description

Join this session to learn more about the admissions processes, awards, scholarships, clubs and societies and student experience.

Meet The Speaker
Session Time
09:00 AM to 09:55 AM AEST
Session Title

Next level Science: Sustainability

Description

Join Professor Manfred Lenzen to learn about careers in sustainability and you discover the frontline of issues of global importance. Be part of the roundtable discussion with leading experts across academics and industry, and recent alumni to learn more about the Master of Sustainability at the University of Sydney.

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Professor Manfred Lenzen
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Manfred Lenzen is a Professor of Sustainability Research at Integrated Sustainability Analysis (ISA) in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney. Manfred has a PhD in Nuclear Physics and 15 years of experience in renewable energy technologies. He has undertaken extensive experimental research on passive solar architecture. He is an international leader in economic Input-Output Analysis and Life-Cycle Assessment, is Associate Editor for the Journal of Industrial Ecology, and is the Editor-in-Chief of the journal Economic Systems Research. He has contributed major methodological advances as well as numerous applications, in particular on embodied energy and greenhouse gas emissions.
Session Time
09:00 AM to 09:55 AM AEST
Session Title

Does corporate law require directors to act in the public interest?

Description

Join Professor Jason Harris, expert in Corporate Law, Insolvency Law, Commercial Law and Contracts, as he discusses the topic: 'Does corporate law require directors to act in the public interest?'

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Professor Jason Harris
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Jason teaches and researches in the areas of Corporate Law, Insolvency Law, Commercial Law and Contracts. His research is focused on the public and private regulation of financially distressed companies, including debt restructuring, voluntary administration, corporate governance and directors’ duties during financial distress and the regulation of corporate groups. Jason’s research is frequently cited in Supreme Court and Federal Court decisions as well as in Commonwealth parliamentary committees and by academic works in Australia and internationally. He is an active participant in law reform initiatives through his policy work with the Governance Institute of Australia, the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Corporations and Insolvency Committees of the Law Council of Australia. Jason has served on a number of editorial boards including for the Australian Journal of Corporate Law, the Australian Law Journal and the Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice.
Session Time
09:00 AM to 09:55 AM AEST
Session Title

Net-Zero Building Design: Challenges and Opportunities

Description

.Join Dr Associate Professor Daniel Ryan to for an overview of how governments and businesses race to lower their carbon footprints, net-zero buildings have emerged as a key tool to reduce global carbon emissions. Buildings after all are responsible for 38% of all energy related CO2 emissions (UNEP 2020) and there are many tried and tested ways to reduce the environmental impact of the industry. This talk will explain what a net-zero building is and examine a number of approaches and look at how we can move from being ‘less bad’ to developing sustainable buildings that regenerate nature and our communities.

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Dr Daniel Ryan
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Daniel Ryan is an historian of architectural science and architecture in the tropics, focusing on Australasia and the Pacific. He is particularly interested in the changing environmental role of the house and its technologies during the twentieth century. His current doctoral research explores the translation of climatic ideas from tropical medicine to architecture and their entanglement with colonial politics. He also writes about Eileen Gray’s approach to climate and occasionally lectures about the conservation of her architecture.
 
Session Time
07:00 PM to 07:55 PM AEST
Session Title

Why Study Master of International Business

Description

Join Senior Lecturer Yuan (Echo) Liao to learn more about the exciting field of international business. A globalised world, corporate survival and growth are dependent upon knowledge of the international business environment. Our Master of International Business degree is a global business program that emphasises the need for effective and sustainable business growth on an international scale. All students in this degree will have the opportunity to complete a mini-consulting project on international strategy with a real-world company in Australia or overseas.

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Senior Lecturer Dr Yuan (Echo) Liao
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Yuan (Echo) Liao is a Senior Lecturer in the Discipline of International Business at The University of Sydney Business School and the Acting Program Director of Master of International Business. She holds a PhD in International Business from Beedie School of Business, Simon Fraser University. Prior to joining University of Sydney, Echo worked as an Assistant Professor at IESE Business School in Spain. Echo's research interests lie in cross-cultural management, cultural intelligence, and multiculturalism. Her research aims to understand the underlying mechanisms through which culture influences attitudes and behaviour and to improve the way people work with others in culturally diverse workplaces. Her academic work has appeared in top-tier international journals such as the Journal of International Business Studies, Management International Review, Journal of Business Ethics, among others. Echo has substantial experience in teaching Leadership and Cross-Cultural Management to undergraduate and MBA students using multiple techniques such as cases, simulations, and experiential activities.
Session Time
07:00 PM to 07:55 PM AEST
Session Title

HDR/Research – Road to Research

Description

Join Sarah to learn about our research with impact, pathways to a PhD and research scholarships

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Ms Sarah Nelson
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Session Time
07:00 PM to 07:55 PM AEST
Session Title

The coming era of smart buildings

Description

Join Associate Lecturer Wenye Hu and learn about the concept of smart buildings which has been around for a decade or even longer, thanks to the evolution of technology. However, are we really ready to embrace the new age? Dr Wenye Hu will discuss the challenges we are facing and introduce the latest research ideas and outcomes that could shape the future of buildings.

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Associate Lecturer Dr Wenye Hu
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Wenye Hu is an Associate Lecturer in the School of Architecture, Design and Planning at the University of Sydney. She earned an undergraduate degree in Illuminating Engineering from Fudan University in Shanghai. Apart from designing the stadium lighting for the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Wenye has ten years of lighting design experience.
Session Time
07:00 PM to 07:55 PM AEST
Session Title

Scholarships and Sponsorships

Description

Join Anna to learn about scholarships that are available from the University; Vice Chancellor’s International Scholarships, Faculty Scholarships, Postgraduate Research Scholarships - and other funding that may be available to you from your Government or other funding bodies.

Meet The Speaker
Anna Kirkham
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Anna Kirkham is the International Development and Sponsorship Manager at the University of Sydney. Anna has over 20 years of experiences working in international education sector, mostly in government relations, compliance and quality assurance, student supports, and scholarships
Session Time
07:00 PM to 08:55 PM AEST
Session Title

USYD Help Desk – Admissions and Recruitment

Description

Join this session to learn more about the admissions processes, awards, scholarships, clubs and societies and student experience.

Meet The Speaker
Session Time
07:00 PM to 07:55 PM AEST
Session Title

Can one serve two masters in Corporations Law? Directors’ Duties in Conflicted Transactions

Description

Join Dr Fady Aoun, Senior Lecturer at the University of Sydney Law School, as he discusses the topic: ‘Can one serve two masters in Corporations Law? Directors’ Duties in Conflicted Transactions.Dr Fady Aoun

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Dr Fady Aoun
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Dr Fady Aoun is a senior lecturer at Sydney Law School whose research interests include corporations law, intellectual property, trade mark law and theory, and legal history.
Session Time
08:00 PM to 08:55 PM AEST
Session Title

Master of Education (General, Educational Psychology, International Education and TESOL)

Description

Join Senior Lecturer Alex McCormick and learn about the variety of options for the Master of Education. There are eight Streams to choose from. We'll focus on four Streams - General, Educational Psychology, International Education and TESOL. Our presentation will highlight key features of the different programs, including areas of study, course modes and structure. As Stream Coordinators and Postgraduate Curriculum Coordinators with decades of combined experience, we'll be happy to answer questions relating to these and other topics!

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Senior Lecturer Dr Alex McCormick
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Alex is a Senior Lecturer in Comparative and International Education at the Sydney School of Education and Social work. Alex leads the Master of Education International Stream and is the SSESW Postgraduate Curriculum Coordinator. She also teaches pre-service educators in the Undergraduate Education program and coordinates a unit on education for the International Development Studies Masters. Alex completed his PhD in Applied Linguistics from the University of Melbourne in 2005. His PhD thesis examined the relationships of state-trait cognitive, metacognitive and affective strategy use to EFL reading comprehension test performance through the use of a structural equation modeling approach.
Session Time
08:00 PM to 08:55 PM AEST
Session Title

Master of Cyber Security and Master of Data Science

Description

Join Assoc Prof Masahiro Takatsuka, Deputy Head of School (Education) for the School of Computer Science. This session will cover information about the new Master of Data Science and Master of Cybersecurity professional degrees. The Master of Data Science is a professional degree for people who are passionate about drawing meaningful knowledge from data to drive business decision-making or research output. It will develop your analytical and technical skills to use data science to guide strategic decisions in your area of expertise. Cybersecurity is a fast-growing area with significant national importance. It is also an area where there is a global shortage of highly skilled graduates. The Master of Cybersecurity will equip you with theoretical and technical knowledge and skillsets to become leaders in various cybersecurity job roles.

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Associate Professor Masa Takatsuka
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Associate Professor Masa Takatsuka is Deputy Head (Education) for the School of Computer Science. His research interests cover Neural Network based Data Visualization and 3D computer vision based Human Computer Interaction. He leads the design and development of all Computer Science award courses from Bachelor's to Master's.
Session Time
09:00 AM to 09:55 AM AEST
Session Title

Master of Science in Coaching Psychology

Description

Join Dr Sean O’Connor to learn about this fast-growing field that seeks to enhance human performance in work, relationships and life in general. The Master of Science in Coaching Psychology teaches the applied science of human performance enhancement and coaching. The University of Sydney runs the first and longest running postgraduate coaching psychology program and offers in person or online study modes.

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Dr Sean O’Connor
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Sean O’Connor is a Leadership Development Coach, Lecturer and Researcher at Sydney University’s Coaching Psychology Unit. Over the last few years he has been working alongside a team of highly skilled leadership development professionals on one of the world’s largest evidence-based leadership development research projects testing a new leadership model and program for leadership development in one of Australia’s largest law firms and a network of hospitals. Sean has keen interest in social network analysis, systems theory, creativity and group dynamics. As part of his PhD, in 2012 Sean completed the first research project worldwide assessing, through social network analysis, the impact that leadership development coaching can have on the well-being of individuals across the wider organization.
Session Time
09:00 AM to 09:55 AM AEST
Session Title

USYD Help Desk – Admissions and Recruitment

Description

Join this session to learn more about the admissions processes, awards, scholarships, clubs and societies and student experience.

Meet The Speaker
Course advice
with academics, current students, and professional staff from 6:00 to 8:00 pm
  • Medicine and Health
  • Engineering
  • Science
Student FAQs

No, there is no cost for students to participate. Its a free event.

Students can directly visit the different faculty pages and can interact instantly with the staff via video chat or text chat within the video room.

There is no limit for interaction with the faculties. Students are encouraged to interact with all the faculties of your interest to get a wider career choice.

Yes. You have to SWITCH ON your camera and microphone while connecting during the video chat so the faculty counsellors can see and hear you. After your interaction, you can leave the video chat room by clicking on the ‘LEAVE’ button on your screen.

Yes, you can choose to text chat with counsellors of various faculties by keeping your camera OFF inside the video room. You can also communicate via email with the faculty you are interested in by clicking the ‘Send an inquiry’ button on the faculty booth.

Yes, the recordings will be available even after the session is over, on the same link (link) till 30th September, 2021.