Engineering Undergraduate Welcome Program

Engineering Undergraduate Welcome Program

Faculty of Engineering

We look forward to welcoming you to the Faculty of Engineering and to your school. We have prepared an exciting welcome program for you so, join us either online or in person to help you best prepare for your university life with us.

You'll have the opportunity to:

  • meet your lecturers, staff, and peers from your school during your school welcome. Learn about your discipline including some key tips for academic success. Academic advising will also be available. Unsure which school your course belongs to? Check this link
  • Get involved in various clubs and societies from across the faculty at Club Fest.
  • Learn about the ENGO Peer Mentoring program to meet new people, start making friends and build your network. Be guided and supported by senior students as you transition and begin your studies.
  • Attend Lab Zero to familiarise yourself with university systems and get help setting up

Get ready to kickstart your engineering, computer science or project management careers and register for as many activities as possible!

Tuesday 14 February 2023

  • Faculty of Engineering Dalyell Welcome (in person only) – Hear from our Dalyell student representatives and staff to find out more about the Faculty’s Dalyell Program including co-curricular activities, social events, mentoring and more. Dalyell academic advising will also be available. Join us for a fun session and win some prizes!
  • Faculty of Engineering Welcome, Industry Engagement & Mentoring – Come along to the Faculty of Engineering welcome where you will hear from the Associate Dean Student Life on how best to get started as a student in the faculty. Learn about practical experience requirements, including placements and internships and hear from a panel of students on how they made the most of their studies and time with us.
  • Flexible First Year Welcome - Hear from the Flexible First Year Academic Coordinator to find out how best to make the most of your first semester before you decide which discipline is best for you.
  • Aerospace, Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering Welcome
  • Biomedical Engineering Welcome
  • Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Welcome
  • Civil Engineering Welcome
  • Computer Science Welcome
  • Electrical and Information Engineering (including Software Engineering) Welcome
  • Project Management Welcome
  • Lab Zero - New to university systems and need some help with setting up? Need to install the required software to create and run code on your laptop? Come to this online workshop where we will help you log in and explore commonly used university systems (Ed, Canvas, CUSP, Sydney Student, etc.), set up the integrated development environment for your computing subjects, understand subject selection and timetabling, and many more!

Additional Information:

If the venue capacity for any of the in-person sessions you would like to register for has been reached, you can be placed on a waitlist. Alternatively, contact if you would like to register to attend the online session for a specific session.