Getting ready to go – final OzTREKK pre-departure webinar

This is it! This is the final OzTREKK online pre-departure seminar for 2014! Don’t miss the following tips:

OzTREKK Study in Australia
Don’t miss the final pre-departure webinar on Nov. 26!

  • Accepting your offer
  • Applying for your Australian student visa
  • What to pack…or what not to pack
  • Suburbs to avoid
  • Accommodation
  • Banking
  • 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 8 topics. You will need to have a computer, laptop or tablet that is connected to the internet. It is recommended that you hardwire 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 seminar presentation. It’s a great idea to print a copy of the seminar so you can take notes and refer to it throughout the seminar.

OzTREKK’s Matt Miernik will be hosting this online webinar. These online seminars can sometimes last up to 3 hours, depending on how many questions are asked—and you are encouraged to ask as many questions as you wish! The more questions you ask, the better prepared you will be.

OzTREKK Pre-departure Webinar

For students beginning Semester 1, 2015
Date: Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Time: 6 – 9 p.m. (Ontario time; 3 p.m. BC)
To register: Contact your OzTREKK Admissions Officer

Are you getting ready to go to Australia? Have you visited the OzTREKK Boarding Pass?

 

OzTREKK created the OzTREKK Boarding Pass site to give you the inside scoop on becoming an international student in Australia. Here you can find out more about your student visa, accommodation, travel arrangements, banking, health coverage, and a lot more. Our goal is to get you organized, save time and money, and get to Oz with a smile on your face!
You’ll get inside information about the following Australian universities:
  • Bond University
  • James Cook University
  • Macquarie University
  • Monash University
  • University of Melbourne
  • University of Newcastle
  • University of Queensland
  • University of Sydney

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