A warm welcome to new Science students!

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Faculty of Science

Academic Orientation
Faculty of Science Graduate Welcome and Orientation

Faculty of Science Graduate Welcome and Orientation

This session is to welcome students to the Faculty of Science, review Faculty expectations, hear from current students and learn about services available. This will be followed by an Academic Skills session to discuss how to meet the challenges of graduate study. Attendance is strongly recommended.

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Academic Orientation
Earth Sciences Orientation

Earth Sciences Orientation

This orientation session covers valuable information for new honours, Masters and Graduate Diploma Advanced students, including information on other orientation activities, course structure and access to lab facilities.

Orientation for Master of Environment, Graduate Diploma and Certificate in Environment

Orientation for Master of Environment, Graduate Diploma and Certificate in Environment

This information session provides an overview of the Graduate Environmental Program, how to best approach your study and make the most of your student experience. You’ll hear from the Director, academics and support staff in the Office for Environmental Programs team as well as students currently studying in the program. Recommended for all students who are new to the program.

MSc/Hons Orientation- BioSciences

MSc/Hons Orientation- BioSciences

This session is to welcome MSc/Hons students to the School of BioSciences.  The MSc and Honours coordinators will explain the course structure, key contacts at the School and other relevant matters

Master of Science (Bioinformatics) Orientation

Master of Science (Bioinformatics) Orientation

Compulsory session to introduce the structure of the Master of Science (Bioinformatics) and the opportunity to have one-on-one course planning tailored to your interests and goals

Master of Data Science Orientation

Master of Data Science Orientation

This session is to welcome Master of Data Science students, meet the course coordinators, review the course structure and answer any questions you might have about your subject choices. This is also a great opportunity to meet your fellow students.

Graduate Mathematics and Statistics Orientation

Graduate Mathematics and Statistics Orientation

This session covers valuable background for new Masters and Graduate Diploma Advanced students, followed by a light lunch.

School of BioSciences O'Week Safety Training

School of BioSciences O'Week Safety Training

“There are a number of health and safety activities that can fast track your experience at the University of Melbourne. These are pre-requisites for some of the work, research or study that you may be doing. Completing them at this time will mean that you do not have to wait for another session to be scheduled prior to commencing your work, research or study. For the full schedule, please see here

Orientation Session for Master of Science (Ecosystem Science) and Master of Forest Ecosystem Science

Orientation Session for Master of Science (Ecosystem Science) and Master of Forest Ecosystem Science

This orientation session covers valuable information for new Masters students, including information on course structure and the opportunity to meet fellow classmates and ask any further questions. Lunch will be provided

Graduate Environmental Program Lunch and Networking

Graduate Environmental Program Lunch and Networking

Join Office for Environmental Programs staff, subject coordinators and students currently studying in the program for an informal networking lunch. This is also an opportunity to discuss study plans and learning objectives with specialisation (stream) coordinators in a small group setting.

Graduate Physics Orientation

Graduate Physics Orientation

Welcome lunch followed by School of Physics Welcome and Information Session.

Computer Sciences Orientation

Computer Sciences Orientation

This orientation session covers valuable information for new Masters students, including information on course structure and access to lab facilities and the opportunity to ask any further questions

Graduate Chemistry Orientation (Day 1)

Graduate Chemistry Orientation (Day 1)

This is a mandatory program and all students are required to participate. Attendance at all lectures and successful completion of the safety exam is compulsory. Program includes a welcome lunch on Thursday. Students who do not meet this requirement will not be permitted to commence research. The School of Chemistry is strongly committed to the safety of all of its members, and new research students at all levels are required to have completed the School’s Safety Induction program.

Graduate Chemistry Induction and Safety

Graduate Chemistry Induction and Safety

Compulsory sessions for students run over three days. For full schedule, please see [here] (link to http://science.unimelb.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0008/2249720/2017-PG-Induction-program-Chemistry.pdf)

Master of Urban Horticulture and Graduate Certificate in Garden Design Orientation

Master of Urban Horticulture and Graduate Certificate in Garden Design Orientation

This is an informal, but important get together over drinks and nibbles for all new Masters of Urban Horticulture and Graduate Certificate of Garden Design students. You will have the opportunity to get to know your lecturers and fellow students, learn more about the subjects on offer to help with course planning and have any questions answered.

Master of Geoscience Orientation and Welcome

Master of Geoscience Orientation and Welcome

This session is intended to welcome Master of Geoscience students to the School of Earth Sciences and review their course structure, supervisory arrangements, and opportunities for engagement in postgraduate activities.

BioSciences Welcome BBQ

BioSciences Welcome BBQ

A welcome lunch for all commencing Masters and Honours students in BioSciences.