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Master of Data Science and Innovation – Postgrad Info Evening

May
10
Date: Wednesday, 10th May 2017
Time: 02:30 AM
Location: CB07.03.010 010D

Date: Wednesday, 10th May 2017
Time: 06:00 PM
Location: Building 07, Level 3, Room 010 010D.

Registrations are now open to attend the Master of Data Science & Innovation (MDSI) postgraduate information evening on Wednesday 10th of May from 6.00pm.

Academics from the Connected Intelligence Centre will provide detailed information about the MDSI course, and career options. Plus, we’ll tell you exactly what you need in order to be eligible to be part of this exciting postgraduate program.

REGISTER NOW

APPLY ON THE NIGHT

You can apply for the Master of Data Science & Innovation course direct to UTS on the night. Application forms will be available at this session and there will be no application fee for local or international students. If you are not ready to apply, please still come along as the main purpose of the evening is to provide you with information about the course.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION

If you are interested in applying on the night, please make sure you have the correct documentation. We would also appreciate it if you would bring photocopies of all your original documents with you to speed up the application process on the night. We will be able to certify your photocopies upon sighting your original documents.

Documentation requirements

To take advantage of this opportunity to apply without paying an application fee, all applicants must bring the necessary supporting original documentation listed below.

  1. A personal statement in which you explain (approx. 500 words) why you wish to study the course you are applying for.
  2. An up-to-date resume outlining your academic and employment history
  3. An official academic transcript or record of study (note: transcripts printed from institution websites will not be accepted)
  4. Documentary verification of prior employment
  5. A testamur or proof of completion of study in original language and English translation
  6. Evidence of completion of study if this is not stated on the academic record
  7. Evidence of name change (if applicable)
  8. Translations of any documents not in English
  9. Proof of English proficiency if medium of instruction at undergraduate level was not in English (IELTS results etc)
  10. Proof of Australian citizenship or Permanent Residence if not born in Australia

If you do not have all of this documentation, the university prefers that you apply online via Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) as UAC can get your results electronically and chase up any other issues relating to your application. You can visit UAC at www.uac.edu.au/postgraduate (opens an external site).

Some of the benefits to applying through UAC are:

  • Instant confirmation of application submission
  • Electronic results retrieval for the majority of Australian universities – no need to purchase a transcript or organise verified copies by a Justice of the Peace
  • Electronic upload facility for additional application documents where required for specific courses (ie. CVs and personal statements)
  • Email communication about application outcome
  • Online change of preference facility through your personal application portal “Check and Change”

NOT ABLE TO ATTEND?

APPLY AT ANOTHER TIME (FOR AUSTRALIAN CITIZENS AND PERMANENT RESIDENTS)
If you are not able to attend the information evening and you are not applying on the night you can apply through the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) (opens an external site) in the normal manner.

When

Wednesday 10 May 2017, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Where

Building 070Level 03, Room 010 010D.

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Audience

Prospective Postgraduate coursework students

Cost

Free

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