The USyd Summer School is an intensive program aimed at students interested in mathematics, statistics, and related subjects. It will run from 9 January to 12 February 2023 and will be conducted in a hybrid mode, with lectures held in lecture theatres on the Camperdown Campus and live web streaming via Zoom. Final Examinations will take place from 13 to 17 February.
In order to enroll, students must be on a student visa and hold a valid eCoE. They must be enrolled in a full-time study load, which means 18 or more credit points during a standard semester. If a student fails a unit, they will not be able to enrol in that particular course for the next semester.
Once enrolled, students will be required to select a course. After registration, they cannot change or drop courses. In order to attend the Summer Session, students must select at least two subjects. However, students can add more subjects if they obtain the approval of the Director of Academic Program. However, it is essential to follow the rules for each course.
UvA-students can also apply for funding to attend the summer school. This funding will cover the cost of travel and accommodation. The funding is available in the form of a travel voucher, which students will receive upon successfully completing the virtual summer school. By attending the summer school, students will develop skills that are in demand for a global workforce.