All new international students commencing at Western must attend online Orientation to learn about your program requirements and receive essential information about studying at Western. This is your chance to get ready for University life. Attendance at Orientation is compulsory.

Session 1 (Autumn) International Orientation
Date: Friday, 18 February 2022
Time: 3.00pm - 5.00pm (AEST) 
Online webinar - Zoom Link

Academic Program Orientation Sessions
Undergraduate Program Sessions: Monday, 28 February – Friday, 4 March
Postgraduate Program Sessions: Monday, 21 February – Friday, 25 February
For information about your specific program session, please check our International Orientation website closer to the date.

All Orientation events will be held on Zoom

Zoom is video conferencing software that supports face-to-face meetings online. This means that although you may not be physically in the same room, you can connect and see the faces of classmates, teachers and friends from anywhere in the world!

Zoom is free to download and easy to access from PCs, laptops, tablets and smart phones. Install Zoom via the link below. Once downloaded, you can sign in through your app or online with your email address and password used to sign up.

Install Zoom
Sign in to Zoom
Getting started with Zoom info

Six Steps to get you ready for the start of session.

Step 1: Activate your Western Account

Once you have accepted your offer and received your confirmation of enrolment (eCOE), the next step is to activate your student account (Western Account).

This will give you access to all our online services, including your student email account, My Student Records (MySR), the Library and more. You'll need your Western Student ID number.

You can find this number on your Offer of Admission letter.

Step 2: Enrol in your Subjects

Enrolling is the first and most important thing you need to do when starting at Western Sydney University. You need to complete your enrolment in My Student Records (MySR).

Step 3: Finalise your Class Registration

Class Registration is how you choose your tutorials (and other classes) and put together your timetable. Allocate+ is the online system used to complete this process.

You'll need to make sure you are enrolled in all of your subjects. After being allocated into your classes, you may be able to swap classes depending on availability.

Step 4: Attend International Orientation

To make sure you get the best start at Uni, you must attend the Orientation sessions above. These sessions are compulsory. Our dedicated International Orientation will give you an opportunity to learn more about the student services that are available to you, how to manage your study obligations as an international student, careers at Western, safety online and how university life will work for you. How to enrol and register for tutorials will also be included in this session. Check out our International Orientation page for more information.

Step 5: Check your Student Email

Once you start classes your student email will be our official communication channel for all of your exam and Uni life information. You can access your student email from the MyWestern Student Portal. Please remember to check it regularly to avoid missing important information.

Step 6: Get your Student ID Card

Check out the Student ID cards website for everything you need to know about getting your Student ID card. 

Note: Offshore International Students do not need to undertake the Student ID Card process while overseas. You can get your Student ID Card once you arrive in Australia.

Any Questions

Check out our FAQs for new international students or our Coronavirus FAQs for up to date information for International students.