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Join us for our STEMM Postgrad Information Evening to find out more about our suite of courses from a range of disciplines including allied health; public health, environmental science and sustainability; engineering; data science and computer science; nursing; project management; and psychology.

The evening will have a range of short lectures (schedule coming soon) and a course advice area with academic and professional staff ready to answer your questions. There will be space for private consultations during the evening.

We partner with leaders from business, industry and academia based here in Sydney and around the world. Our postgraduates are among the world's most sought-after employees – we're ranked first in Australia and fourth in the world for graduate employability.

About the STEMM Faculties
Faculty of Engineering

Engineering solutions for a digital future.

We are educating leaders, forging strong industry partnerships and meeting challenges in healthcare, infrastructure, food and the environment. We are also creating smarter technology, changing the way we live and work.

Make a powerful impact to improve the lives of people around the world with a degree in engineering, project management or advanced computing. From AI to space travel, engineers, project managers and computer scientists develop innovative and sustainable solutions to society’s greatest challenges.

A postgraduate qualification will give you the edge in a global economy that places a premium on demonstrated professional skills and genuine innovation.

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Faculty of Medicine and Health

Global leaders in medicine and health

Healthcare, both in Australia and overseas, is undergoing significant change. The Faculty of Medicine and Health is committed to leading this change, by educating and shaping future healthcare professionals and reimagining the way healthcare is delivered.

Studying medicine and health at the University of Sydney ensures that you will be fully equipped with the leadership capabilities, clinical skills and human understanding required to make a genuine difference to the lives of individuals and communities.

Pursue your passion in health and get ready for a career where you can make a difference to millions of lives. Choose from the largest range of health degrees of any Australian university - including health sciences, medical sciences, nursing, pharmacy, public health, medicine and dentistry - and graduate with knowledge and skills that are in demand.

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Faculty of Science

Innovate, discover, and tackle world-wide issues with Science

Conducting excellent research and creating the next generation of science talent in Australia is core to the Faculty of Science, as we play a leading role in Australia's ability to compete scientifically on the world stage.

Further education in the sciences will set you apart and take your career to the next level. You will join one of Australia’s largest postgraduate communities and a global network of leading thinkers. Our degrees by coursework include areas such as animal and human health, psychology, sustainability, agriculture and environment as well as mathematical sciences.

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Who Should Register?
Students

Students from Grade 12 onwards can register to attend. Once they register, they’ll receive a confirmation over email, WhatsApp & SMS with their unique link to login on the platform. A meeting ID and password is not required to connect with the University of Sydney over video chat.

When students visit the platform, they share their registration information only with participating institutions. We do not share student information with any other third parties.

Parents

Parents should register with their son/daughter’s information.

School Counselors

Please share this opportunity with your existing Class XII students and students who have appeared for Class XII Board Exams and encourage them to register. Please write to us at india.info@sydney.edu.au to receive a personalised login for your students.

WEBINARS
Talk time
06:00 PM to 06:55 PM
Session Title

Postgraduate Degrees in Psychology

Description

Join this session to learn more about postgraduate study options in psychology, including the Graduate Diploma in Psychology, Master of Science in Coaching Psychology and the Master of Clinical Psychology

Speakers
A/Prof Ian Johnston Associate Professor Ian Johnston is a lecturer and researcher within the School of Psychology in the Faculty of Science. He is also currently the Degree Coordinator for the Bachelor of Psychology, Psychology Program and Graduate Diploma in Psychology. His research areas and projects span psychoneuroimmunology, human and non-human spatial cognition, and the effects of food and exercise on the brain and behaviour.
Prof David Hawes I am a clinical psychologist and academic in the School of Psychology, and Co-Director of the Child Behaviour Research Clinic (Brain & Mind Centre). I was received my PhD in 2005 (UNSW), and following a post-doctoral fellowship joined USYD in 2007. In addition to my research, clinical practice, and teaching on the USYD Master of Clinical Psychology program, I regularly give workshops on the treatment of child behaviour problems to therapists in Australia and internationally. I believe in using science to improve child mental health and enjoy supervising PhD students with such an interest.
Dr Sean O'Connor Sean O’Connor is a Leadership Development Coach, Lecturer and Researcher at the Sydney University’s Coaching Psychology Unit. Over the last few years he has been working alongside a team of highly skilled leadership development professionals on one of the world’s largest evidence-based leadership development research projects testing a new leadership model and program for leadership development in one of Australia’s largest law firms and a network of hospitals.
Amanda Setiadi
Talk time
06:00 PM to 06:25 PM
Session Title

Master of Complex Systems

Description

This presentation will introduce the Master of Complex Systems at the University of Sydney and discuss career paths. We will provide a general overview of both Master of Complex Systems and Graduate Diploma in Complex Systems, present background on the program composition, available specialisations and enrolment statistics. As the only degree of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere, our Master of Complex Systems has been developed to equip professionals with skills to deal with the complex challenges posed by our interconnected world and rapidly changing technology, such as pandemics, climate change, population growth, and security. The degree has been designed following consultations with international and Australian industrial and health security leaders. You can also tailor your learning by leveraging the strengths of the Centre for Complex Systems of the University.

Speaker
Prof. Mikhail Prokopenko Director, Complex Systems Research Group
School of Civil Engineering
Director, inter-faculty Centre for Complex Systems
Talk time
06:30 PM to 06:55 PM
Session Title

Master of Data Science

Description

Every industry needs expertise in data science, be at the front of this fast-moving field of technology. The Master of Data Science is a professional degree for people who are passionate about drawing meaningful knowledge from data to drive business decision-making or research output. It will develop your analytical and technical skills to use data science to guide strategic decisions in your area of expertise. It also offers the flexibility to tailor learning to your professional and personal interests

Speaker
A/Prof Uwe Roehm Associate Professor
School of Computer Science
Database Systems
Big Data & Data Science

Associate Professor Uwe Roehm is a world-recognized researcher on database management systems, transaction processing, and scalable data analytics. He is best known for developing serialisable snapshot isolation (SSI), together with Prof Alan Fekete and Michael Cahill, which has subsequently been implemented in the PostgreSQL database engine, and for which he won the ACM SIGMOD Test-of-Time Award in 2018. Previously, he also has worked on wireless-sensor networks, and on freshness-aware scheduling (FAS), an approach to combined OLTP/OLAP processing in large clusters that allows clients to trade data freshness for query performance. His current research interests are on human-centred data management, and on integrating machine learning with databases for big data analytics.

Talk time
07:00 PM to 07:25 PM
Session Title

Master of Project Management

Description

In this presentation we learn about the School of Project Management at the University of Sydney, and it's position globally. Then Project Management will be introduced as a growing discipline that responds to the raising challenges in the volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous world (VUCA). The interdisciplinary nature of project management has drawn researchers from a range of backgrounds to solve problems from infrastructure projects, to Olympic games.

Speakers
Dr Nader Naderpajouh Senior Lecturer
School of Project Management

Dr Naderpajouh is a Senior Lecturer, Director of Research Education and Post Graduate Coordinator, while he leads the Organising for Resilience in the Built Environment (ORIBE) research group. His main area of research focuses on collective actions and organising across social, technical and ecological systems. He is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Management in Engineering by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) as well as the Built Environment Project and Asset Management (BEPAM). He is also a member of the Editorial Board of several journals including the International Journal of Project Management (IJPM), while he serves as a referee for over 25 academic journals.

Professor Stewart Clegg School of Project Management

Stewart Clegg was Professor of Management and Organization Studies at the University of Technology Sydney before joining the Department of Project Management in the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Sydney in 2021. He is a Virtual Visiting Professor at the University of Stavanger, Norway and at Nova School of Business and Economics, Portugal. In the past he has held Chair appointments at the University of New England, University of St. Andrews, University of Western Sydney as well as many Visiting Appointments, including at the Universities of Cambridge, Stanford, Newcastle (UK) and Aston and Copenhagen Business School. He is widely acknowledged as one of the most influential contributors to organization studies and project management, recognized as such by numerous Fellowships, as well as being one of the most significant contemporary theorists of power relations.

Talk time
07:00 PM to 07:55 PM
Session Title

Master of Digital Health and Data Science

Description

Join us to hear about the new Master of Digital Health and Data Science, a new course run jointly between the Faculty of Engineering and the Faculty of Medicine and Health. Find out more about how you can learn to work together as data scientists and healthcare professionals to transform healthcare delivery with new data-driven health technologies.

Speakers
A/Prof. Adam Dunn Associate Professor
Head of Biomedical Informatics and Digital Health / School of Medical Sciences / Faculty of Medicine and Health

Associate Professor Adam Dunn is Head of Biomedical Informatics and Digital Health, School of Medical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine and Health, The University of Sydney. He has over a decade of experience in health informatics and data science with a focus on applied machine learning in public health and clinical epidemiology. His research programs aim to improve the use of clinical trial evidence in systematic reviews and clinical practice; and health behaviours by monitoring how evidence and misinformation are taken up by the public.

Associate Professor Jinman Kim School of Computer Science
Director of the BMIT Visual TeleHealth Lab

Associate Professor Jinman Kim received his PhD in Computer Science from the University of Sydney in 2005. He is currently the Director of the Visual TeleHealth Lab, the?Biomedical & Multimedia Information Technology (BMIT) Research Group?, School of Computer Science, Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies, University of Sydney. As an active key member of the BMIT Research Group, he is in charge of a research commercialisation and industry links. He has produced a number of impact publications, including IEEE Transactions, Medical Image Analysis, etc., and received several prestigious external completive grants, including the ARC Discovery and Linkage grants. He is also a Theme Leader in the Faculty's?Institute of Biomedical Engineering and Technologies (BMET).

Talk time
07:30 PM to 07:55 PM
Session Title

Master of Transport

Description

The Master of Transport is Australia’s first interdisciplinary degree focusing on the engineering, urban planning, and business management of transport. This professional full-time degree is ideal for graduates wanting to pursue a career in the ever-growing global transport sector or professionals already in the field wanting to upskill. It is designed to develop your critical understanding about the prevalence and identification of transport systems, core capabilities for analysing and designing such systems, and proficiencies in broad interdisciplinary analysis. The Master of Transport will also further your ability for strategic and logical reasoning, deduction, and network and temporal data analysis. You will also have the benefit of undertaking a practice-based capstone project. This degree leverages the strengths of the University of Sydney’s Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies which has exceptionally strong links with industry and is recognised by the Australian Government as a centre of excellence in research and education and the ongoing transport engineering research being undertaken by the Faculty of Engineering.

Speaker
Prof. David Levinson Professor of Transport Engineering
School of Civil Engineering

Prof. David Levinson joined the?School of Civil Engineering?at the University of Sydney in 2017. He also serves as an adjunct faculty in the?Department of Civil, Environmental, and Geo- Engineering?at the University of Minnesota, where from 1999 to 2016, he served on the faculty.

In January 2005 he was awarded the?CUTC/ARTBA New Faculty Award. Professor Levinson received the 1995 Tiebout Prize in Regional Science for the paper “Location, Relocation, and the Journey to Work”.

Talk time
06:00 PM to 06:25 PM
Session Title

Applying for a health degree at Sydney

Description

Join us at this session for guidance to the admissions process for domestic students. Find out how to apply for a master's degree in Diagnostic Radiography, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Nursing, Pharmacy and Speech Language Pathology.

Speaker
Erika Anza Mosman
Talk time
07:00 PM to 07:25 PM
Session Title

Master of Health Policy and Master of Public Health

Description

How can we understand, analyse and make decisions to promote and maintain the health of populations? This session will include information on Master of Health Policy and Master of Public Health with a brief course overview by respective course directors Professor Tim Driscoll (Course Director for Master of Public Health), and Dr Carmen Huckel Schneider (Course Director for Master of Health Policy). Join us to know more about the course structure, admission requirements, career outcomes and current landscape in public health.

Speakers
Dr Carmen Huckel Schneider Senior Lecturer, Health Policy
Menzies Centre for Health Policy
Sydney School of Public Health

Carmen Huckel Schneider is Deputy Director at the Menzies Centre for Health Policy, and Director of the Master of Health Policy. She is co-lead of the Health Governance and Financing, and Applied Policy Analysis Groups at the Menzies Centre for Health Policy. Dr Huckel Schneider holds positions as Senior Lecturer in Health Policy at the School of Public Health and Adviser, Knowledge Exchange, at the Sax Institute.

Professor Tim Driscoll Public Health, School of Public Health

Prof Driscoll main research interest is the epidemiology of work-related injuries and diseases, with an emphasis on work-related fatal injury. He is also interested in data systems that facilitate the effective recording and analysis of injury and disease information, and how best to use surveillance and research data in planning and prioritising interventions aimed at decreasing the frequency and severity of work-related and other disorders. He had worked for several years as a member of the team considering occupational risk factors in the WHO Global Burden of Disease Comparative Risk Assessment.

Talk time
07:30 PM to 07:55 PM
Session Title

Master of Exercise Physiology

Description

Join us for a session on Master of Exercise Physiology with a brief course overview by course directors Associate Professor Nathan Johnson and a current student to know more about the course structure, admission requirements, career outcomes and current landscape in exercise physiology.

Speakers
A/Prof Nathan Johnson BMedSc, Master of Health Science (Hons), PhD, Graduate Certificate Education Studies (Higher Education)
Associate Professor, Exercise and Sport Science

Nathan's research focuses on the interaction between physical activity and fat metabolism in health and disease. Within the Faculty of Health Sciences, Nathan teaches undergraduate exercise science and postgraduate exercise physiology. His teaching philosophy focuses the development of practical skill mastery for exercise physiology and the promotion of evidence-based clinical practice.

Annabel Jane Bergman
(Current student)
Course advice
with academics, current students, and professional staff from 6:00 to 8:00 pm
  • Medicine and Health
  • Engineering
  • Science
Student FAQs

No, there is no cost for students to participate. Its a free event.

Students can directly visit the different faculty pages and can interact instantly with the staff via video chat or text chat within the video room.

There is no limit for interaction with the faculties. Students are encouraged to interact with all the faculties of your interest to get a wider career choice.

Yes. You have to SWITCH ON your camera and microphone while connecting during the video chat so the faculty counsellors can see and hear you. After your interaction, you can leave the video chat room by clicking on the ‘LEAVE’ button on your screen.

Yes, you can choose to text chat with counsellors of various faculties by keeping your camera OFF inside the video room. You can also communicate via email with the faculty you are interested in by clicking the ‘Send an inquiry’ button on the faculty booth.

Yes, the recordings will be available even after the session is over, on the same link (link) till 30th September, 2021.