Postgraduate Information Night: Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning, University of Sydney

By Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning, University of Sydney
daytime nighttime
continuing professional development

April 20, 2010

5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

The Hearth, Lvel 2, Wilkinson Building, 148 City Road, The University of Sydney

Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning, University of Sydney. Copyright, all rights reserved.

The Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning is holding an information night on Tuesday 20th of April, from 5.30pm.

This is your opportunity to join fellow students and professionals in discovering the range of graduate study options on offer from across the various built environment and design disciplines.

Coursework options
Whether you want to enhance your knowledge in your existing field or develop expertise in a new discipline, the informal evening provides you with the perfect opportunity to chat with the academics who teach the programs and to discuss the various study options that are available to meet your specific education and professional needs. We offer graduate programs in:


Architectural & Urban Design

Audio & Acoustics

Building Services

Commerce/Facilities Management

Facilities Management

Heritage Conservation

Illumination Design

Interaction Design and Electronic Arts (IDEA)

Sustainable Design

Transport Management/Uban & Regional Planning

Urban Design

Urban Design & Planning

Urban & Regional Planning

Importantly, you can discuss your eligibility for entry, any assumed knowledge prior to commencing each program, and the type of skills and attributes you will have gained on completion.

Many of our coursework options include intensive block mode and evening classes, allowing you to juggle both work and study, and range from an individual subject to Graduate Certificates and Diplomas, to complete Master's Degrees.

Research opportunities
Come to the information night to discuss opportunities to pursue research degrees in our four disciplines: Architecture & Allied Arts; Architectural & Design Science; Design Lab; Urban & Regional Planning & Policy. You may elect to research in any of these fields, or to pursue interdisciplinary studies in a combination of fields with the faculty or between the faculty and elsewhere in the university.

For a full range of options visit

All of our graduate programs have a July intake.

About the night
The information night is an informal evening in which you can discuss your options with staff from throughout the faculty, including academics across all of our programs and admissions experts. You may submit your application on the night if you bring appropriate documentation along - see for more details on admission procedures.

To register for this event please click here.


This is a free event


Jonathan Hulme
(02) 9351 2686