Student News
10 April
 
Start-up catch-up
Each year a new generation of entrepreneurs passes through our on-campus start-up programs… but where are they now? We caught up with some of last year’s success stories to find out what they’ve accomplished so far.
It’s Pride Week
Celebrate pride and diversity at the USU’s Pride Week Festival from 11 – 13 April. Help light up Eastern Ave with a chalk rainbow, drop by Hermann’s for Queer Karaoke and test your knowledge of the history of the Queer movement.
You knew them when…
“Imagine The Tonight Show – hosted by a man being attacked by bees” … that’s the tagline for a new late night show about to hit our screens, starring some of our very own students. You might recognise the likes of Aaron Chen, Jenna Owen and Victoria Zerbst from University revues, but now you can catch them on ABC2’s John Conway Tonight from 16 April.
Gutsy win for Sydney Uni cricketers
After batting through a colossal 151 overs, Sydney Uni’s first-grade cricketers held on to deny Bankstown a win, securing the Belvidere Cup (as NSW Premier Cricket first grade premiers) for the ninth time. Keeper Ryan Carters starred for the Students, scoring a stoic 110 in a grueling nine-hour marathon to see out the innings.
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Extracurricular
Life outside the classroom
  • It’s your last week to join ACCESS if you want to go in the running to win some sweet prizes, including a holiday, a golden ticket to all Manning Bar’s gigs, or free pizza every week for a year.

  • See our academics and alumni take the stage alongside big name authors at the Sydney Writers' Festival from 22 – 28 May. Get your discounted tickets using the code ‘SPONS17USYD’.

  • Dust off your dancing shoes and get your tickets for the Postgrad Ball on 28 April. With a formal sit-down dinner and killer dance floor, this night is not to be missed.

  • Read about the candidates for SUPRA Council before postal ballots are issued on Wednesday 13 April.

  • If you have a creative idea, the USU’s Bright Ideas program can help you get it off the ground with mentoring and financial support. Apply by 24 April 2017.

Dates for your diary 

10 April Sydney Ideas – A most enterprising country: how the surprising business acumen of North Korea lets it survive
10 April INCUBATE Demo Day
11 April Sydney Ideas – Professor Walter Stibbs Lecture 2017
11-13 April Pride Week
12 April Sydney Ideas – Trapped in/pushed out: border politics in the US and Australia
28 April Postgrad Ball

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Research Hub
Academics making waves
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Study Hub
Enhance your skills, build your future
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Notices
Keep up to date with important info
  • Please note: from 5pm on Wednesday 12 April to 12pm Thursday 13 April there will be limited access to Sydney Student due to a planned software update. If you have online administration tasks that you need to complete, make sure you do it before this time. Call 1800 SYD UNI (1800 793 864) if you have any questions.

  • Student cards are no longer accepted for concession fares in regional NSW. Instead, you’ll need to apply for a Transport Concession Entitlement Card. You can still use your concession Opal and student card where Opal cards are accepted. 

  • Are you a student or jobseeker with a disability? PACE mentoring can help with your career development. Apply by 12 April. 
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