Open Day is a fantastic opportunity to talk directly with university staff and current students to find answers to your questions. Faculty members, student ambassadors and other uni representatives will be available to give you information and advice about courses, university life, facilities, accommodation and scholarships and lots more.
Do I need to register to attend Open Day?
A: You don't need to register to attend, but by registering online, we'll be able to send you exclusive updates and inform you if there are changes on the day.
How do I get to the University?
A: Free shuttle buses will run between Railway Square at Central and the Camperdown Campus on Open Day. Alternatively, you can catch a train and walk to the Darlington Campus, which is a short (10-minute) walk from Redfern train station. Find out more on our how to get here page.
How can I plan my day?
A: Most of our mini lectures run back-to-back, which means you might not have a lot of time to move to the next lecture. Make sure you plan your day in advance using our website or app, and use the interactive map on the day to find your way around our campus.
Do I need to register for mini lectures?
A: Registration is not required. Please note that we cannot guarantee seats at talks that may be popular on the day.
Can I get free WiFi access on Open Day?
A: Free WiFi is available on the day. Please check our app or printed map for details at Open Day.
Is the University accessible if I have special needs?
• There is a wheelchair ramp access at the front of Great Hall and lift access to the MacLaurin Hall.
• A ramp will be installed to allow access to the fete stalls in the Quadrangle.
• Allocated disabled parking bays are available in all carparks on campus. Please speak to our student ambassador and security guards for further assistance.
I am interested in postgraduate study. Can I attend Open Day?
A: We welcome both prospective undergraduate and postgraduate students and wider community to our Open Day. Please visit our course advice centres or Postgraduate information stall in the Quadrangle to learn about postgraduate study options.
Where can I get an Open Day event program booklet?
A: You can collect your Open Day program and showbag from the information stalls.
Where can I get a brochure about the University's courses?
A copy of the 2018 Undergraduate Guide will be in the showbag or collect a copy from staff at any of the information stalls.
Download a digital copy of the Undergraduate Guide 2018 (PDF 8.1MB)
What if I have more questions after a mini lecture?
A: If there isn't enough time to ask questions because there's another lecture on in the same room, you can always speak to staff at our faculty stalls in the Great Hall, MacLaurin Hall and New Law School Foyer.
I am having trouble connecting to the Open Day free Wi-Fi.
A: Select forget to remove any existing University of Sydney Wi-Fi connection from your device, and reconnect to the Open Day Wi-Fi network after a few minutes. .
Where can I find an ATM?
• ANZ ATM, Courtyard, Wentworth Building
• Commonwealth Bank ATM, Level 3, Wentworth Building
• Footbridge Station, Foyer, Holme Building
• National Australia Bank ATM, Level 3, Wentworth Building
Where can I get something to eat?
A: Food outlets are located on the Front Lawn, at the Fisher Library Coffee Cart, Carslaw Coffee Cart, Footbridge Catering Outlet, Ralph's Café and the Engineering Precinct Catering Outlet.
Who should I speak to if I need help?
A: Please speak to our student ambassador or security guard on campus if you need any assistance.
If I missed Open Day, can I visit the campus at another time?
A: Of course! You're welcome to visit us anytime. We also run tours on the first Friday of every month from 4 to 5pm. Visit our campus tour page to register. To arrange a tour for career advisers or school groups, please use the booking form on the career advisers website.
Who can I talk to if I have more questions after Open Day?
A: Give us a call on 1800 SYD UNI (1800 793 864) or send us your questions through our online enquiry form.
What should I do if I haven't made up my mind about studying?
A: We understand that choosing a degree is a big decision and there is a lot to take into consideration. Speak to one of our staff on 1800 SYD UNI (1800 793 864) to find out everything you need to know before making your choice.