Orientation week (O’Week) is the official start to the semester. Faculties and other departements of the University run compulsory and optional events for new students.
These events are designed to help you:
- Get organised for your studies
- Become familiar with the campus, staff and support services
- Meet other students
Go to the Orientation ePlanner to create and save your own plan.
Only able to attend some days?
- Ensure you attend the compulsory events relevant to you
- Check the optional events for fun or informative activities
- Check the campus introduction for campus maps, parking, transport, etc
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