10:00am - 2:30pm
Experience UNSW Day – Law and Justice
What do music festivals, artificial intelligence, urban farming and social media all have in common? They are all key areas of study in the field of Law & Justice which reaches into every part of life and impacts society in ways you might not have realised! Experience firsthand UNSW Law & Justice workshops and our seminar-style approach to get a taste of how our students learn to think analytically, critically and carefully with 'justice for all' at their heart. We invite Year 12 students to join us on campus and get hands-on as a uni student for a day. Choose workshops based on your interests and passions, be inspired by our leading academics, hear from current students and get all your questions answered as you discover the exciting degree and student life opportunities on offer at UNSW. Spaces for each workshop are strictly limited so register now to avoid missing out. Many morning workshops will repeat in the afternoon, so please select different workshops for each session. We look forward to welcoming you onto campus! Important: This is a COVID-safe event. All attendees are required to read and adhere to the COVID-19 health and safety guidelines outlined by NSW Health and on the UNSW COVID-19 website, and have viewed the UNSW Safe Return to Campus training module.
5:15pm - 6:30pm
#CareersUnlocked: Top Tips for Switching Your Career
Did you know that 57% of Australian professionals are actively thinking of changing their career?* If you are one of them, and have been wondering where to start, then look no further. Join our #CareersUnlocked LinkedIn Live session to learn the Top Tips for Switching Careers. At this event you will hear from: - UNSW’s Talent Acquisition Lead, Simone Donovan, on what employers are looking for and the best ways to upskill. - Melissa Chan, UNSW Master of Commerce alumna, on her successful switch from being a strategy consultant to a writer and producer and now a venture capital advisor. - UNSW Master of Teaching Student, Emily Howes, on what propelled her to shift gears from being a long-term communications professional to a budding educator. The live event is chaired by Chris Lewis, Head of Future Students Recruitment at UNSW. Register now to stay updated on joining this session. *Source: Hitwise Australia 12 month average as of April '17
6:00pm - 7:00pm
Year 10 Subject Selection and Information Evenings
Year 10 Subject Selection Evenings are a great place to start if you want to study at university after high school. Get advice and information that’s specially tailored for Year 10 students, that will help you navigate the HSC subject selection process, explain how UNSW admissions and scholarship applications work, and give you an insight into university life so that you can get a head start on planning your future. Parents and teachers of Year 10 students are invited to join the evening as well as participate in the live Q&A session. Subject selection info not to miss! Hear how it works. The possible impact on Adjustment Factors. Understanding Assumed Knowledge and Prerequisites. Tips for Admission and Scholarships. Student Panel Discussion on subject selection experiences and decisions. Live Q&A for the duration of the event. Navigating HSC subject selection. We know that sorting out your subject selection for the HSC can be tricky. We’ll help you by providing information straight from the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA), the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) and from our faculties and staff. What to expect. We are offering three livestreamed Year 10 Subject Selection Evenings across April and May. Event dates: Thursday, 22 April Wednesday, 28 April Wednesday, 12 May Register once. Please select the date that best suits you. Attending more than one isn’t necessary (they're all the same).
1:00pm - 2:00pm
CIBEL Lunch Webinar: eCommerce and finance in China and RCEP
UNSW CIBEL is presenting a lunch webinar on eCommerce and finance in China and RCEP. The webinar will explore the international perspective of how to understand the RCEP and its implications for regulators, businesses, and other stakeholders. There will also be discussion on the domestic perspective - how do rules related to platform operators work in practice? Where can legislation be improved based on the new agreement? Date: 30 April 2021 Time: 01:00pm - 02:00pm Location: Online via MS Teams Live
6:30pm - 7:30pm
UNSW LAT Information Evening 2021
Find out more about how the Law Admission Test (LAT) affects entry into UNSW law double degrees! Get your questions answered at our 2021 LAT Information Evening. The LAT is an entry requirement for all undergraduate law double degrees at UNSW. We'll cover how the LAT has worked for entry in the past, provide detailed program and faculty information, as well as key LAT dates for the year ahead. Our LAT Information Evening is for Year 11 and 12 students and their parents, careers advisers and students currently studying at another university who are hoping to transfer to UNSW Bachelor of Laws in 2022. Register to receive the link to the online event.