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CBE Postgraduate Induction

Induction for postgraduate coursework students



4.30pm – 5.00pm:
Core information for postgraduate coursework students
This session will include essential college information and give you the chance to hear from College of Business and Economics societies and administrative staff.

Manning Clark Centre (theatre one)

5.00pm – 5.30pm:
College of Business and Economics tour
Student Ambassadors will lead a tour that points out the information desks for each of the College of Business and Economics schools.

Tour departs from Manning Clark Centre

5.30pm – 6.30pm:
Discipline-specific sessions

Attend the session that corresponds with your discipline, for more detailed information about your program of study.

Sessions are listed below: 

Master of Accounting, Master of Professional Accounting and Master of Commerce Lecture Theatre 3, CBE Building (26C)
Master of Business Administration Tutorial Room 5, CBE Building (26C) 
Graduate Certificate in Management, Master of International Management, Master of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Master of Leadership and Master of Marketing Management.   Lecture Theatre 2, CBE Building (26C)
Master of Project Management Tutorial Room 6, CBE Building (26C) 
Master of Business Information Systems Tutorial Room 4, CBE Building 26C 
Masters in Finance (all Masters programs and Graduate Certificates for those in the finance stream) Lecture Theatre 1, HW Arndt Building (25A)
Masters in Actuarial Studies and Statistics (all Masters programs and Graduate Certificates for those in the actuarial studies or statistics streams) Lecture Theatre 2, HW Arndt Building (25A)
Graduate Programs in Economics Lecture Theatre 4, CBE Building (26C)

Updated:   22 March 2018 / Responsible Officer:  CBE Communications and Outreach / Page Contact:  College Web Team