OzTREKK UQ rehab sciences pre-departure online seminar is tomorrow!

Are you attending the University of Queensland this November? Don’t forget to tune in to the OzTREKK UQ rehab sciences pre-departure online seminar tomorrow evening at 6 p.m. OzTREKK Director Matt Miernik will be hosting the webinar for all UQ Physiotherapy School, UQ Occupational Therapy School, and UQ Speech Pathology School students!

 

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Event Details

 

Date: Tuesday, August 27, 2013
Time: 6 – 9 p.m. (Ontario time)
Travelling to Australia is pretty exciting, but beginning this new phase in your life can bring about many questions and the need for organization. During the seminar, you will learn about
  • how to accept your offer;
  • how to apply for an Australian student visa;
  • what to pack;
  • your accommodation options;
  • your banking options;
  • Internet and mobile phones;
  • enrollment and registration;
  • and much more….
The pre-departure seminar is hosted online. It is a structured seminar that moves through eight topics. You will need to have a computer, laptop or tablet that is connected to the internet. It is recommended that you hard-wire your internet connection, so use an Ethernet connection as opposed to a wireless connection.

Once you register for the pre-departure seminar, you will receive an email with a copy of the pre-departure seminar. It is helpful to print this copy as you will be referring to it and taking notes during the seminar.

The seminar lasts a minimum one and a half hours, but can last up to three hours, depending on how many questions are asked. And don’t worry about asking a question: Questions are via chat. If you’re wondering about something, it is guaranteed that more than half of the seminar attendees are wondering the same thing! The more you ask, the better prepared you will be. Feel free to ask questions throughout the seminar.



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