The UNSW Business School would like to extend a warm welcome to all our new students. Your Student Orientation gives you access to key information for successfully transitioning to university life, essential information on classes, student services, key academic dates and exclusive Career Accelerator opportunities available throughout your studies.
O-Week Business School Events
If you were not able to join us for our Welcome session or if you just want to recap on what was discussed watch our welcome video below.
Complete a short interactive module to begin your UNSW Business School journey. You’ll find some key information to help get you started at uni
Career Accelerator: Essentials
Gain core skills and unlock opportunities for your future professional success. Complete a series of online modules to help you develop your career skills. Earn a digital badge to display on your LinkedIn profile and unlock access to mentoring programs, networking events and placement opportunities.
Find out more.
BusFeed is a newsletter exclusively for our newly commencing UNSW Business School students. It’s sent every 2 weeks and provides useful information, advice and support. New students, be sure to check your student inboxes for BusFeed every fortnight.
More Information from other O-Week Events and Activities visit the Current Student resources
Welcome from your Academics
Career Accelerator Opportunities
Please remember to check your student emails and
Moodle, where important information regarding your courses will be available. Moodle is the place where you check your courses and enroll online. To get ahead it is recommended you do any pre-reading.
Plus, keep an eye out for our BusFeed Newsletter, which has student updates and helpful tips to ensure you make the most of your first term.
We are here to help
Further support/ opportunities available to you:
UNSW is continuing to review and monitor the coronavirus situation and updating students, staff, partners and visitors as new information comes to light. You can read our
Other essential information
Study Skills to help you succeed
online ELISE study skills course (mandatory for all new Undergraduate students)
Other Faculty welcomes
For students studying dual degrees, please attend other
How to get your student ID
Student ID cards are issued to all students to have access university services
Be prepared for starting university by attending Orientation and know more about
Stay in touch
Keep up to-to-date with what’s happening at UNSW Business School by connecting with us online.