From free guided tours to speed friending sessions, O-Week at UNSW provides the perfect opportunity for students to get their year off to a flying start.


UNSW President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Jacobs welcomes new students to UNSW.


UNSW students and alumni share their tips on making the most of the university experience.  


"Be curious, proactive and explore all opportunities because you never know where they may lead you." That's the advice from UNSW Co-op scholar Adam Hegedus for the thousands of new students starting university.


Third-year UNSW student Claire Guiver has worked as an O-Week volunteer and has some great tips for new students on how to make the most of the first foray into university life.

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New students will get prepped for their first year at UNSW with the perfect balance of free entertainment and study survival tips at one of Australia’s largest O-Week celebrations.

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New and continuing UNSW students will kick off the academic year this week with a program of academic and social activities during Week Zero.