Start Year/Semester 1 Intake
Monday 4 February 2019
Biomedicine Enrolment Advice Day
The Biomedicine Enrolment Advice Day aims to give you the information and tools required to accept your offer, complete your enrolment and understand what academic decisions you are required to make along your journey. It will also be an opportunity to connect with the Biomedicine Student Society. Attendance is strongly recommended.
Venue: Sunderland Theatre Medical Building
For more information on this day please visit https://biomedicalsciences.unimelb.edu.au/study/current-student-information/plan-your-bachelor-of-biomedicine/biomedicine-enrolment-advice-day.
Tuesday 26 February 2019
Bachelor of Biomedicine - Orientation Welcome Day
Welcome to the Bachelor of Biomedicine! This session will be a welcome to all student who are beginning their Biomedical journey in 2019.
Session 1: 9.15am - 10am (Family name between A - Liu)
Session 2: 10.30am- 11.15am (Family name between Logan - Z)
BSS will run a Biomedicine Campus Tour straight after each session. You will be collected by your BSS guide from the lecture theatre.
Venue: Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Arts West building
Lunch with BSS
Location of lunch will be provided during the Welcome Session
Midyear/Semester 2 Intake
Tuesday 23 July 2019
Bachelor of Biomedicine Orientation and Welcome Day
Welcome to the Bachelor of Biomedicine! This session will be a welcome to all students who are beginning their Biomedical journey in July 2019. The session aims to give you the information and tools required to complete your enrolment and understand what academic decisions you are required to make now and along your journey. It will also be an opportunity to connect with the Biomedicine Student Society.
Venue: Sanderson Room, Level 2 West Medical Building
For more information, the full University schedule of events and to make your own personalised itinerary please visit https://orientation.unimelb.edu.au/
University of Melbourne Orientation activities run over two weeks. You are strongly encouraged to attend as many Orientation activities as is possible because the sessions, workshops, and activities are designed to prepare you for studying your course at the University and help you make friends and settle into University life.