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Friday, December 22nd, 2017

OzTREKK Orientation in Australia? Please RSVP!

It’s OzTREKK Orientation time!

We have organized a ton of OzTREKK Orientation for you and any family or friends travelling with you. Most are scheduled just prior to your Australian university orientation! Unfortunately, it’s difficult to be in more than one place at a time—I’ve tried; it didn’t work. But we do our very best to accommodate everyone!

OzTREKK Orientation in Australia? Please RSVP!

Have you RSVP’d to your 2018 OzTREKK Orientation?

How does OzTREKK Orientation work?

On the first day we’ll get together and have food. This is where you will have the opportunity to meet upper-year students, and then we’ll do a campus tour. There will be days (and, in some instances days and days and days) of OzTREKK Shuttle service where I’ll pick you up, take you for groceries or whatever item you’ve found on Gumtree, and drop you off.

Here are our tentative dates so far—stay tuned for additions and details!

  • Bond University – Jan. 13 – Dinner @ 6 p.m.
  • Griffith University – Jan. 14 – Dinner @ 6 p.m.
  • University of Melbourne – Jan. 16 – Breakfast @ 9 a.m.
  • University of Sydney – Jan. 19 – Breakfast @ 9 a.m.
  • University of Queensland – Jan. 24 – Breakfast @ 9 a.m.
  • James Cook University *Townsville – Feb. 6 – Breakfast
  • University of Queensland – Feb. 9 – Lunch @ 12:30 p.m.
  • Griffith University – Feb. 11 – Lunch @ 12:30 p.m.

Jaime’s Top 5 Orientation Tips

  1. Come! It’s a free meal and you will meet a bunch of people. We have focused on various meet-ups this year and they’ve been fairly regional. This will be the first time you see the whole class and you won’t regret it!
  2. Bring your Costco card. Yes, there are Costcos. Yes, your card works. No, I can’t lend you mine 🙂
  3. Hold your horses. If you need to get to IKEA, just hold tight and I will not only drive you to IKEA, but I’ll also pick you up with your Billy bookcase and any other Swedish-named furniture. We’ve wrangled king-sized beds in the van before. Easy-peasy.
  4. Bring your patience. There may be a lot of students, so everyone might not get into the shuttle on the first day, but we’ll coordinate it so you get all your stuff. I love logistics and I will do my best to make it work with your schedule!
  5. Bring the beats! Last year I heard “Play That Song” by Train approximately 36 times in one day.

Finally, I will give you my number, and if you ever text me, please tell me your first and last name and your program/uni. A “Hi, it’s John” is sometimes hard for me to decipher. 🙂

See you all soon!

Jaime.

Of course, be sure to RSVP! If you’ve misplaced the link to the OzTREKK Orientation RSVP, just send your admissions officer an email!

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For further information regarding these upcoming OzTREKK Orientations in Australia, please visit your uni on the OzTREKK Boarding Pass site, or contact your OzTREKK Admissions Officer! Call 1-866-698-7355 or email jaime@oztrekk.com.

Monday, January 16th, 2017

It’s OzTREKK Orientation time!

It’s Monday!

It's OzTREKK Orientation time!

All aboard the OzTREKK Shuttle!

This means it’s actually Tuesday in Oz, which means I have landed in lovely Melbourne!

It is, officially, time for the 2017 version of OzTREKK’s Orientation. For those of you haven’t been bombarded by the emails it’s, basically, the best time of the year. It’s the time when 300+ students arrive with their bellies filled with butterflies. We try to replace the butterflies with bacon and eggs.

John Graham and I will be “doing the tour”: starting in Melbourne, then Sydney, then Brissy, then Gold Coast, then Townsville, and then back to Sydney!

There is a full-on heat wave in Oz at the moment and my flip flops thongs are ready. I cannot wait. Like, at all.

For the last few years now I’ve been the lucky recipient (don’t know if I can really call it that) of this trip and it is so.much.fun. And, it’s a job, I hear. 🙂

By now all OzTREKK students should have received the invite with the details and should be mentally preparing to meet—or to see again—the rest of the students who have made the (giant) leap across the pond with them. If anyone needs any assistance, just fire me an email. I look forward to seeing you all very soon.

Hmmm… I wonder if they still have those sweet potato chips… she types, while hearing the noon-o’clock hunger grumble….

Jaime.

Why attend an OzTREKK Orientation?

You would be amazed at how many students arrive in Australia, move in to their accommodations, and rarely leave their rooms. Why? Because they don’t know anyone.

Well, don’t worry. As part of the OzTREKK Orientations, we host a welcome breakfast, lunch or dinner—a great way to meet other new Canadian students, so that you can establish a network and friends right away. It’s also a great way to meet upper-year Canadians who can show you the ropes and share their experiences with you so that you know what to expect.

We wish all OzTREKK students the very best!

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Do you have any questions about upcoming OzTREKK Orientations in Australia? Log in to the OzTREKK Boarding Pass site, or contact your OzTREKK Admissions Officer! Call 1-866-698-7355 or email info@oztrekk.com.

Monday, December 12th, 2016

Don’t forget to RSVP for your OzTREKK Orientation in Australia!

It’s a Monday in the OzTREKK office and I’m excited: my flight has been booked!

I am really excited to meet you all in Australia. The venues are booked, the van has been reserved and I’m mentally preparing for my attempts to not hit the windshield wiper when I mean the signal. Last year it took me about two weeks to get over it. Then another two weeks when I came back.

It’s orientation time!

Alrighty… we have organized three Welcome Breakfasts for you and any family or friends travelling with you. These are scheduled just prior to your Australian university orientation so I’m hoping you can all join us.

Don't forget to RSVP for your OzTREKK Orientation in Australia!

Don’t forget to RSVP for your OzTREKK Orientation in Australia!

So how will this work: On the first day we’ll get together and have breakfast where you will have the opportunity to meet upper-year students, and then we’ll do a campus tour. There will be days (and, in some instances days and days and days) of OzTREKK Shuttle service where I’ll pick you up, take you for groceries or whatever item you’ve found on Gumtree, and drop you off.

Based on the feedback from last year, I wanted to take a quick moment to give you my top five tips—a survival guide if you will:

  1. Come! It’s a free meal and you will meet a bunch of people. We have focused on various meet-ups this year and they’ve been fairly regional. This will be the first time you see the whole class and you won’t regret it!
  2. Bring your Costco card. Yes, there are Costcos. Yes, your card works. No, I can’t lend you mine 🙂
  3. Save up. If you need to get to IKEA and you’re there a week ahead of me, just hold tight and I will not only drive you to IKEA, but I’ll also pick you up with your Billy bookcase and any other Swedish-named furniture you can muster. Last year we even wrangled a king-sized bed in the van. (It may have involved a winch and a lot of muscle but it got to its destination!)
  4. Bring some patience. At some of these events there may be a lot of students so everyone might not get into the shuttle on the first day, but we’ll coordinate it so you get all your stuff. Logistics is fun for me and I will do my best to make it work with your schedule.
  5. Bring the beats! Last year I heard “Love yourself” by the Biebs approximately 47 times in one day.
Don't forget to RSVP for your OzTREKK Orientation in Australia!

A few OzTREKKers enjoying their welcome get-together in 2016

Finally, I will give you my number: If you ever text me if you could start with a “It’s First-Name Last-Name from UQ Med” it will be a big help. “Hi, it’s John” is sometimes hard for me to decipher. 🙂

Of course, be sure to RSVP!

I will explain the “how” of the shuttle when we meet at the breakfast.

I will be landing in Australia on the 15th of January and will happily chat locally any time after then. Please let me know if you have any troubles, questions or other.

I’m super excited to see you all—in flip flops thongs.

Happy day!

Jaime.

For further information regarding these upcoming OzTREKK Orientations in Australia, please log in to the OzTREKK Boarding Pass site, or contact your OzTREKK Admissions Officer! Call 1-866-698-7355 or email jaime@oztrekk.com.

Thursday, January 28th, 2016

Jaime’s adventures in Oz: Sydney!

So, what’s new?

Sydney Dental School

Enjoying the OzTREKK Welcome Breakfast

I can’t remember exactly where I left off but Sydney has been great! The students are amazing. Everyone is very friendly and really keen. The breakfast was quite busy and everyone seemed really happy to be there.

My favourite part of the OzTREKK Orientation was as the University of Sydney‘s Chris Lawrance and I were greeting people in the Sancta Sophia lobby, a girl walked in with her parents. I told them to go ahead and they could grab some food. They didn’t want to bother her and I told her that some other parents were sitting at a “parents” table. She turns back to them and holds up her hands and says, “Dad, I think I need to do this alone.” It was so adorable!

Sydney Medical School

OzTREKK’s tour of the University of Sydney hosted by Sydney’s Chris Lawrance

I then walked out with two parents back to the street and they were both raving about Adam and Sarah (one dentistry  and one medicine student) and all the support that OzTREKK provides to parents and families. So, thank you, both (and Nic, who works behind the scenes)!

A funny thing: Chris asked we start the tour early because he was driving to Adelaide afterwards and we talked about leaving at 10:30. When I introduced Chris at the breakfast, he clarified that everyone was to meet at the front door at precisely 9:50.

I chuckled.

Anyway, another student comes in about 9:45 and I said to him that he’s got a couple minutes to grab some food and then we’ll go out. It was funny because I assumed that 9:50 meant that we’d leave about 10  and Chris was giving time to coordinate 50+ people and fill up water bottles, etc. That was entirely incorrect and the tour started exactly at 9:50. I had to text to find out where they were (I was with the late-comer). I shouldn’t have been surprised!

Sydney Dental School

What a great pic of our OzTREKKers!

Anyway, Chris was really great and  encouraged students to join clubs, get out and meet other students, etc. The University of Sydney campus is giant (I forgot how big, actually, as it eclipses Melbourne) and so we didn’t go everywhere but it was OK. Chris had taken great lengths to get into MacLaurin Hall and the Great Hall on a Saturday, which was great. Suzanne (Semester in Australia) said those buildings are never open. I was actually getting a little bored waiting for the guy to unlock the room (we probably had to wait for 10 minutes, which Chris filled with history). I assumed the other students were, too. But every time I looked, they were totally engrossed in Chris’ story. Not to mention as soon as the rooms got opened, all cameras went up. It was a pano party!

We had a few students from last year and I noticed they came on the tour. I asked why they came and Mike says, “Are you kidding me? I’ve been here a year and I’ve never been able to get into this place. It’s kind of cool to see where we will graduate.” That was great. Oh and Chris was, obviously, the best tour guide of explaining interesting things about the room and the shields and the wood and the you-name-it.

Sydney Dental School

Time for the OzTREKK Shuttle!

After that it was OzTREKK Shuttle time. The shuttle in Sydney was very busy and there was lots of interest. I nearly lost my marbles after driving an hour to get to Costco (which is, like, 5 km away, but traffic was horrendous). I got over it, though. The 12-pack of croissants, chocolate protein powder and the roasted chickens seemed to be real hits at Costco. Anyway, I ran three full days of shuttle (starting around 8 on a couple of mornings and ending as late as 10 one night). I really liked that because I felt that this group made use of the shuttle the most! They were really great for me to get my feet wet, though. I now dream of the pathway between Abercrombie (a street where we’ve probably got 10+ students living) and IKEA or Costco. Oh yeah—IKEA was a very popular destination as well.

Sydney Dental School

The best chips in the world

Overall it’s going really well! All the students were really thankful for the help (without the van in Sydney, it virtually eliminates a Costco or IKEA visit) and, again, a lot of them made use of it, which was great!

Oh and I found the most delicious chips I’ve ever eaten in my life. They are “Red Rock Sweet Potato Crisps Green Chilli & Coriander.” That discovery made me quite happy and may impact my desire to be healthy on this trip. If I can manage to figure out a way, I’ll bring you guys some.

Seriously. Life changing.

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Stay tuned for Jaime’s next blog: Brisbane!

Friday, May 15th, 2015

Students starting at Bond University enjoy orientation

As part of our services, we provide OzTREKK Orientations for our new students after they have landed in Oz.

Bond University Law School

Bond JD student Broghan Dean helps out with the OzTREKK Shuttle service

Over the years, we’ve developed such amazing relationships with our students that each year during the OzTREKK Bond University Orientation, a number of former students give up their time to help us with the campus tour for the incoming OzTREKK students. This year, former OzTREKK employee and now Bond Law student Broghan Dean was kind enough to help out!

The campus tour is fantastic as it not only showcases the Bond campus, but also provides insight into the Bond JD and Bond DPT programs and outlines “local” knowledge so that new students are well prepared for their studies. Getting firsthand insight from upper-year Canadians about how the courses are structured, when to hand in assignments, and what life in Australia is like is fantastic way to jump-start your Australian university experience!

Bond University Physiotherapy School

OzTREKK students at Burleigh Headlands enjoying the view

What else do we do? How about a Welcome Breakfast? We encourage all OzTREKKers to join us for a casual meal in order to get everyone acquainted. Along with the orientation and meal, we also run the OzTREKK Shuttle in order to help students be as prepared as possible before they begin their studies. Need groceries? A cell phone? Computer? We “shuttle” you around to get all the goodies you need so you can feel settled in your new environment.

This year, the campus tour and orientation took place on Sunday, May 10. Of course, no OzTREKK Bond University Orientation is complete without breakfast on Burleigh Headland and watching the surfers catch waves!

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A big thank you goes out to Broghan and Beth for offering to show the new Bondies around! Best wishes to everyone who started their studies this term.

Learn more about Bond University Law School and Bond University Physiotherapy School.

Thursday, January 15th, 2015

OzTREKK Orientation at Bond Law School

Welcome to the stunning Gold Coast, OzTREKKers! Those Bond Law School students really are lucky!

On Sunday, January 11, OzTREKK met with the Bond JD students to welcome them to their new environment. A little campus tour, a welcome barbecue, a nice visit to Burleigh, a chance to meet new people—we love hosting the OzTREKK Bond University Orientations!

The campus tour is fantastic as it not only showcases the Bond University campus, but also provides insight into the Bond JD program and expectations, and outlines “local” knowledge so that new students are well prepared for their studies. To make the transition even smoother, former OzTREKK students are always eager to help out with the orientations, and come prepared to answer all of the new students’ questions. Getting firsthand insight from upper-year Canadians about law studies, how the courses are structured, when to hand in assignments, and what life in Australia is like, is fantastic way to jump-start your Australian law school experience!

So we send out a big thank you to those who helped us and lead the tour—you guys never cease to amaze us!

Orientation with upper-class law students
Bond campus tour
Bond campus tour
UBond345
The view from Burleigh
Bond Law School Moot Court
Bond Law School Moot Court
Enjoying the Bond Orientation
Enjoying a lunch break
OzTREKK Shuttle
Using the OzTREKK Shuttle service

About Bond Law School

Recognized as one of Australia’s top-ranked law school, Bond Law School has earned a reputation for its innovative teaching methods, international focus, skills training, and the outstanding success of its graduates. Bond University’s Faculty of Law is widely acknowledged for its strengths in corporate and commercial law, international trade, dispute resolution, intellectual property, information technology and e-commerce.

Bond University’s Juris Doctor Program

Bond Law School offers the Juris Doctor (JD), which is a professional, legal qualification designed to equip students for a career in the legal profession, business, industry or government in Australia and overseas. Its combination of excellent teaching, small classes and an extensive legal skills program differentiates Bond Law School from other institutions. It provides an exciting learning experience that both challenges students academically and prepares them practically for a legal career.

Program: Juris Doctor (JD)
Location: Gold Coast, Queensland
Semester intake: January, May, or September each year
Duration: 2 years (six semesters in total)
Application deadline: There is no official application deadline. Students from Canada should apply early, particularly if you are seeking entry for a September intake.

Entry Requirements

  • Applicants must have completed an undergraduate degree in any discipline. Students who have not yet completed a bachelor degree may apply, as long as they will have graduated prior to commencing the Bond JD program. In common with most other Australian universities, Bond does not use the LSAT as an entry criterion.
  • Two reference letters are required.
  • Applicants who have a cumulative average of 70% or above should apply.

Apply now to Bond Law School!

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Find out more about Bond Law School and other law schools in Australia! Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Law Schools Admissions Officer Sarah Bridson at sarah@oztrekk.com or call toll free in Canada 1-866-698-7355.

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014

Don’t forget about the OzTREKK Orientations in Australia!

Heading to Australia for the semester 1, 2014 intake? OzTREKK Director Matt Miernik will be there to help!

OzTREKK Boarding Pass

Happy trails! Check out the OzTREKK Boarding Pass!

You won’t hear any complaints from Matt—he’s been to Australia already this winter to greet the Medicine and Dentistry students! While the rest of us are just a little bit jealous that Matt gets to experience a blazing Australian summer (again) while the rest of us freeze, we are thrilled for our students! What an exciting journey!

But we also know how intimidating flying around the world can be, so that’s why OzTREKK created the OzTREKK Orientations in order for our students to feel more at ease. Who wants to be stressed right before they begin their studies? We know choosing to study in Australia is a big decision, so Matt and Beth created the OzTREKK Orientations in order to help you get prepared and organized.

The OzTREKK Orientations are also a great way to meet fellow Canadians who will be in your program. At the OzTREKK Welcome BBQ, you can connect with other students who will be in your class, and it’s also a great way to meet future roommates! After the meal, Matt revs up the OzTREKK Shuttle. Need groceries? Call Matt, and he’ll take you where you need to go (and also help you navigate the city!). Need a cell phone? Call Matt! Need supplies for your apartment? Call Matt!

If you’d like more details about getting ready to go to Australia, including student visa, travel info, accommodation, and other tips, log in to the OzTREKK Boarding Pass website. If you’ve forgotten your name and password, please contact your OzTREKK Admissions Officer and he or she will be happy to send it to you!

Upcoming OzTREKK Orientation Dates

James Cook University

JCU Cairns students beginning in February 2014: Tuesday, February 18, 2014
JCU Townsville students beginning in February 2014: Wednesday, February 19, 2014

University of Queensland

UQ students beginning in February 2014: Friday, February 21, 2014

University of Melbourne

Melbourne students beginning in March 2014: Saturday, February 22, 2014

Monash University

Monash students beginning in March 2014: Saturday, February 22, 2014

University of Sydney

Sydney students beginning in March 2014: Sunday, February 23, 2014

Macquarie University

Macquarie students beginning in March 2014: Sunday, February 23, 2014

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To register and for further information regarding these upcoming OzTREKK Orientations in Australia, please log in to the OzTREKK Boarding Pass site, or contact your OzTREKK Admissions Officer! Call 1-866-698-7355 or email info@oztrekk.com.

Tuesday, October 1st, 2013

OzTREKK orientation at Bond University this past September

Just four weeks ago, OzTREKK Director Matt Miernik travelled to the Gold Coast, Australia, to welcome the semester 3 Bond University Law School students.

Bond University Law School

Matt meets new Bondies at the airport

As often as possible, OzTREKK directors Beth McNally and Matt Miernik hold OzTREKK Orientations at our Australian university campuses. We feel it is important to not only guide our students through the application and pre-departure processes, but to also greet them on Australian soil to help prepare them for their educational journeys to come.

And what better way to do this than to have a fellow Aussie on hand to show them around?

OzTREKK Orientations

OzTREKK Orientations are in place to make sure that you are well prepared, organized and ready to tackle your studies and get the most of your time in Australia and overseas.

Bond University Law School

OzTREKK Shuttle doing its duty!

At Bond University, we organized our three most popular events: the OzTREKK Orientation, the OzTREKK Welcome Lunch, and the OzTREKK Shuttle!

On Sunday, Sept. 1, new OzTREKK Bond University students enjoyed a campus tour held by current Canadian Bondies, who provided the latest insight into the campus itself, life at Bond and on the Gold Coast, their studies, exams, and everything new students need to succeed.

Later that day, the new students settled on the beach for the OzTREKK Welcome Lunch of fish and chips and got to know their new classmates. These breakfast, lunch or dinner events held by OzTREKK are a great way to meet other new Canadian students, so that you can establish a network and friends right away. It’s also a great way to meet upper-year Canadians who can show you the ropes and share their experiences with you so that you know what to expect.

Since both Beth and Matt have been overseas to study, they know how important it is for you to be well established, organized and set up before you commence your studies. Your success depends on how ready you are for your studies and the only way to be ready is to have everything organized!  So on Monday and Tuesday, Matt ran the famous OzTREKK Shuttle where he basically served as tour guide, info man, and taxi service—helping to organize accommodation, groceries, bank accounts, mobile phones, airport pick-ups, and more.

OzTREKK sends out a big thank you to everyone at Bond who joined us to help us meet the semester 3 Bondies!

Bond Orientation with upper-class law students
OzTREKK Bond University Orientation
Bond Orientation with upper-class law students
Orientation with upper-class law students
Bond University
Need groceries? OzTREKK Shuttle!

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For more details about upcoming OzTREKK Orientation events at your Australian university, please visit the OzTREKK Boarding Pass, and log in with your user name and password. If you’ve forgotten your user name and password, please contact your admissions officer.

If you have any questions about the OzTREKK Orientation events at Bond University, please contact OzTREKK’s Australian Law Schools Admissions Officer Shannon Tilston at shannon@oztrekk.com or call 1 866-698-7355.

Find out more about Bond University Law School and other Australian Law Schools!

Monday, September 30th, 2013

UQ Medical School students may now apply for their student visas!

It’s getting closer! In just a few short weeks, University of Queensland Medical School students will be heading to Australia to begin the Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) program at either Ipswich or Herston for the 2014 intake!

University of Queensland Medical School

UQ Medical School Orientation 2013

This past Saturday, September 28, 2013 marked the day you may apply for your Australian student visa online.

Please keep an eye out for Broghan’s emails for more information and detailed, step-by-step info regarding booking flights, accommodation, travel checklist, OzTREKK Welcome Lunch, OzTREKK Orientations, OzTREKK Shuttle, and UQMS support program.

Check out the OzTREKK Boarding Pass for more information about accepting your offer, money matters, health requirements/medical examinations for student visas, and so much more! If you’ve forgotten your name and password, please contact Broghan Dean at broghan@oztrekk.com; she will be happy to send it to you!

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Find out more about the UQ Medical School and other medical schools in Australia. Contact OzTREKK for the latest information about medical school at Australian universities. Email Australian Medical Schools Admissions Officer Broghan Dean at broghan@oztrekk.com or call toll free 1 866-698-7355.

Wednesday, September 25th, 2013

Upcoming OzTREKK Orientation events at your Australian university

Once again, we are proud to announce that OzTREKK will be hosting upcoming OzTREKK Orientations in Australia, and we can’t hardly wait! (Yes, we know that’s grammatically incorrect, but hey, we’re excited!)

OzTREKK Boarding Pass

Yes, OzTREKK Orientations sometimes end up on the beach!

What are the OzTREKK Orientations, you may ask? Well, the Orientations are in place to make sure that you are well prepared, organized and ready to tackle your studies and get the most of your time in Australia and overseas. OzTREKK enjoys hosting official “Welcome to Oz” events to get our newest students settled into their surroundings—and armed with a checklist to make sure the transition goes smoothly.

As part of the OzTREKK Orientations, we host a welcome breakfast, lunch or dinner—a great way to meet other new Canadian students, so that you can establish a network and friends right away and help alleviate any homesickness. It’s also a great way to meet upper-year Canadians who can show you the ropes and share their experiences with you so that you know what to expect.

The welcome events are fantastic, as by the end of the event, you have shared contact details with your new mates and have instant friends! You start to go through your journey with someone else, which is so much fun!

OzTREKK Boarding Pass

UQ MBBS students make use of the OzTREKK Shuttle

OzTREKK also knows firsthand what it takes to move to the other side of the planet and get yourself prepared for your studies, so Beth and Matt set up the ever-popular OzTREKK Shuttle—a taxi services without the fee! Matt will pick you up in their van and take you to wherever you need to go. Need groceries? No dramas! Need to find accommodation? No dramas! Need to open a bank account? No dramas! Just need to get the lay of the land? No worries, mate! The OzTREKK Shuttle is there to pick you up and take you wherever you need to go.

We know how important it is for you to be well established, organized and set up before you commence your studies. Your success depends on how ready you are for your studies and the only way to be ready is to have everything organized!

If you’d like more details about getting ready to go to Australia, including student visa, travel info, accommodation, and other tips, log in to the OzTREKK Boarding Pass website. If you’ve forgotten your name and password, please contact your Admissions Officer and he or she will be happy to send it to you!

OzTREKK Orientation Dates

University of Queensland

OzTREKK Boarding Pass

Enjoy a Welcome Barbecue

UQ MBBS students: Thursday, January 16, 2014
UQ students beginning in February 2014: Friday, February 21, 2014

University of Melbourne

Melbourne students beginning at the end of January/early February 2014: Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Melbourne students beginning in March 2014: Saturday, February 22, 2014

Monash University

Monash students beginning at the end of January 2014: Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Monash students beginning in March 2014: Saturday, February 22, 2014

University of Sydney

OzTREKK Boarding Pass

OzTREKK Orientation on the beach!

Sydney students beginning  in early February 2014: Thursday, January 23, 2014
Sydney students beginning in March 2014: Sunday, February 23, 2014

Macquarie University

Macquarie students beginning in March 2014: Sunday, February 23, 2014

James Cook University

JCU Cairns students beginning in February 2014: Tuesday, February 18, 2014
JCU Townsville students beginning in February 2014: Wednesday, February 19, 2014

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For further information regarding these upcoming OzTREKK Orientations in Australia, please log in to the OzTREKK Boarding Pass site, or contact your OzTREKK Admissions Officer! Call 1-866-698-7355 or email info@oztrekk.com.