Welcome to Western Sydney University!

Starting at university is exciting. Starting your study in another country is exceptional. The Western Sydney International Orientation program will help you in your transition to university and to a new chapter of your life: a new environment, a new culture, and a new way of learning.


International Orientation and Information Session
This Orientation session will give you an opportunity to learn more about 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. This session is compulsory for all international students starting this Spring.

Friday 10 July 2020
Online Webinar
Time: 3:00pm - 4:00pm AEST
Webinar link: https://uws.zoom.us/j/93196083069

International Orientation - Q&A for admission, fees, enrolment and timetabling
Join our International team for this Q&A session as they take you through how to accept your offer, pay your fees, enrol in your units and complete your timetable.  Giving you answers to the most commonly asked questions,

Friday 10 July 2020
Online Zoom meeting
Time: 4:00pm - 5:00pm AEST
Zoom link: https://uws.zoom.us/j/93720315731

Orientation Sessions - Academic Course Advice
These sessions will provide you with all the preliminary information you need to start your course at Western Sydney University. Sessions will also include a time for you to ask questions and are a great opportunity for you to meet your academics and fellow students.

Sessions will be held Monday, 6 July to Friday, 10 July

Undergraduate Course Advice Sessions - Select your course from the list on the website for more information and to attend.

Postgraduate Course Advice Sessions - Find your course below and hit the zoom link at the specified time to attend your zoom course advice session.

Note: Some courses do not have a zoom session, instead you can contact your Academic Advisor via the email address provided below.

CourseDate & Time AESTZoom Meeting Link
Computer, Data And Mathematical Sciences  
Grad Cert in Data Science
M. Data Science
6 July, 3pmhttps://uws.zoom.us/j/99095974401?pwd=TVdaNXl0VGdhMkZ1T2tkNUNTRUNaQT09
M. Information and Communications Technology6 July, 3pmhttps://uws.zoom.us/j/99244028332?pwd=UnRXVnUrcVNHMklSMUxHSSt6bWoxZz09
M. Project Management8 July, 3pmhttps://uws.zoom.us/j/92923642246?pwd=OEdNUUtCOFhxZG8zSml2cmMrN2Rvdz09
M. Engineering6 July, 3pmhttps://uws.zoom.us/j/94196811902?pwd=ekRrbDFSTE1DTnNndVk0N3c3NUZvQT09
M. Artificial IntelligenceNo session.
Please contact your academic.
Vernon Asuncion V.Asuncion@westernsydney.edu.au
Yan Zhang Yan.Zhang@westernsydney.edu.au
M. Education (Leadership and Management)No session.
Please contact your academic.
Erin Mackenzie E.Mackenzie@westernsydney.edu.au
M. Teaching (Birth - 5 Years/Birth - 12 Years)9 July, 3.30pmhttps://uws.zoom.us/j/92648538037?pwd=ZnVEK2pxZTVjdWFpMmlLNlNMTDVydz09
M. Teaching (Primary)
M. Teaching (Secondary)
13 - 14 JulyRefer to your email from the School of Education about your 2 day session on the 13th and 14th July.
You may contact Associate Dean, International, Education if you have any questions. 

Christine Johnston C.Johnston@westernsydney.edu.au

Health Sciences  
Grad Dip. Health Science
M. Health Science
M. Public Health
9 July, 2.30pmhttps://uws.zoom.us/j/92398539729
Nursing and Midwifery  
M. Nursing (Professional Studies)
M. Nursing
9 July, 3pmhttps://uws.zoom.us/j/93943545849
Social Sciences  
M. Humanitarian and Development Studies8 July, 3.30pmTBC
M. Planning
M. Urban Management and Planning
No session.
Please contact your academic.
Ryan Van Den Nouwelant Ryan.V@westernsydney.edu.au
Postgraduate Bridging Program (Social Work)8 July, 3pmhttps://uws.zoom.us/j/91799006443

Step 1: Attend International Orientation

Before the commencement of Autumn or Spring Session, international students are required to attend Orientation to help new students transition to university life. The Orientation session will give you an opportunity to learn more about completing your enrolment, discover Western Sydney University services that are available to you and get a feel for how university life will work for you.

Step 2: Attend Academic Course Advice Sessions

All new international students should attend an Academic Course Advice Session. These sessions will be held online with your academic course advisor and fellow students. In these sessions, you will meet academic advisors and receive advice about your course, advanced standing (if applicable) and what subjects you need to enrol in.

Step 3: Complete Enrolment and Plan your Class Timetable

Information about how to complete your enrolment will be included in the University Information Session webinar.

Do you have a full offer? If you have accepted your offer, paid fees and received your confirmation of enrolment, you can enrol online now via My Student Record (MySR). Follow the enrolment steps for international students.

Do you have a conditional offer? You will need to satisfy all English and Academic requirements before enrolling online via MySR. Please supply evidence of meeting conditions as outlined in your Conditional Offer of Admission letter via our Online Application Portal (opens in a new window).

Once you have successfully enrolled, you can plan your class timetable via Tutorial Registration. If you have any queries regarding Tutorial Registration, please call the Student Infoline on 1300 668 370.

Step 4: Attend Academic Literacy Workshops

We strongly encourage you to attend a free online workshop to help you succeed at Western Sydney University. Attend this course to familiarise yourself with the Australian university culture and receive valuable information.

You can find out more about these courses on the academic literacy and grammar workshops web page.

Any questions?

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


Postgraduate business programs

New international students enrolling in postgraduate business programs are required to attend the compulsory Orientation Session online with the Sydney Graduate School of Management (SGSM).

2020 SGSM Orientation Schedule

Quarter 3 Orientation
24 June 2020

Bachelor of Nursing (Graduate Entry) program

All new students commencing the Bachelor of Nursing (Graduate Entry) program are required to attend their Course Commencement Day in early January at Parramatta campus. Check your offer letter for details.

Your attendance at this session is compulsory.

Course Commencement Day will provide you with important information about the course including:

  • Unit Outline and Learning Guide
  • Teaching timetable
  • Course requirements
  • Clinical Placement information and requirements
  • Professional Communication and Literacy and Library services
  • A tour of the Clinical Placement Unit and Parramatta Campus


New students enrolling in teaching and education programs are required to attend early Course Commencement Sessions in February. Your attendance at these sessions is compulsory.

Compulsory course commencement information for teaching and education programs (opens in a new window).


International students commencing at The College check The College orientation page (opens in a new window).