Use our interactive map to find your way around on the day. Browse our FAQs for further event information.
Do I need to register to attend Open Day?
We recommend registering to attend Open Day. You can build your own timetable, and we will keep in touch to share the latest event updates. Please be aware that adding an activity, talk or tour to your timetable is an expression of interest only. Participation in activities, tours or seats in a talk are not guaranteed.
How do I plan my day?
Plan your day in advance by adding sessions to your timetable through the program and use the interactive map on the day to find your way around campus.
Please note: Adding an event to your timetable does not guarantee you access to the session on the day.
I am interested in postgraduate study, can I attend Open Day?
How do I get to the University?
Is the University accessible if I have special needs?
A ramp will be installed to allow access to the fete stalls in the Quadrangle. There is a wheelchair ramp access at the front of the New Law Foyer; lift access to MacLaurin Hall; and the Nicholson Museum and Susan Wakil Health Building are also accessible. Further information will be available at each venue. Allocated disabled parking bays are available on campus for those with a valid disabled parking pass. Please speak to the security guards at the main University entrance on University Avenue for further assistance.
At the University of Sydney, we're committed to making access easier for everyone. Our Campus Maps webpage shows information relating to Accessibility, including the location of all gender bathrooms. If you have any specific accessibility requirements or further questions, please contact us at [email protected]
Where can I get an Open Day program?
All the event information can be found on the Open Day website. Once you register, you’ll be able to use your login information to retrieve your timetable at any time. We will also have printed programs available on the day at each main entrance to the University.
Where can I get something to eat?
Food outlets are located across campus. See the campus map for more information.
Who should I speak to if I need help?
Can I get free WiFi access on Open Day?
Who can I talk to if I have more questions after Open Day?
What should I do if I haven't made up my mind about studying?