In preparation for Semester 2, we would like to remind you about two new student support initiatives introduced this year.
When you organise travel conducted on behalf of the University, such as for study, fieldwork, meetings and conferences, it must be formally authorised by the Dean before departure using FRAEDOM (formerly SPENDVISION).
From 29 February HDR Admin Centre will be responsible for the administration of research students from enrolment to award of degree.
Semester 1, 2016 juries and recitals schedule is now available. Blank spaces or TBC are for setup, tuning HIP instruments or break down.
Semester 1, 2016 written exams venues and timestables schedule is now available
Travel Partner is the University’s new single, preferred travel management company; a collaboration between the University and Business Travel by STA. For more information see our Q&A and 2016 Travel and Expense Project
Programing rooms on staff and student cards is now processed by Security Services on Main Campus to align with Uni Policy. Rodney Boatwright (Facilities Support Officer) will no longer complete this task. Grant Crompton (Campus Manager) and Guy McEwan (Venue Ops Manager) will manage this process. Rodney will be able to check card access. Click here for more information.
Every non-Australian visitor requires the appropriate visa for the activities they perform at the Con, whether paid or unpaid. The University’s Immigration Officer requires 8 weeks’ notice in advance of intent to engage a visitor, especially where a visitor will be requiring a University-sponsored Entertainment (420) visa. Contact Heggy for more information.
For every guest invited to SCM, paid or unpaid, an online form (see Guidelines on the SCM intranet) captures any preliminary information about the arrangement, ideally at least one month in advance. Faculty professional staff then proceed with logistical and artistic support as required.
Please note that two months may be required if the guest does not hold a Australian or NZ passport and does not have a 400 or 420 visa.
The Conservatorium receives a high volume of requests for student musicians. Kate Drain coordinates these requests, so kindly email Kate with the requestor’s contact details and she will advertise the requirement to all students.
Semester 2 parking applications are now open. Applications close 5pm Wednesday 27th July 2016. No late applications will be accepted. If you had parking in Semester 1, 2016 this allocation will remain valid until 30th July 2016. New allocations will commence 28th July 2016.
Expressions of Interest for the Sydney Research Accelerator SOAR fellowships close on 28 July at 5 pm. The application process will be in two parts; the first is expressions of interest (EOI), due by 5pm on Thursday 28 July. After a review of EOIs per faculty, shortlisted candidates will be invited to submit full proposals in August.
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