HTANSW has been successfully running its HSC History Study Days at the University of Sydney for over 30 years. Our lectures are presented by experienced teachers and markers of the HSC, and therefore provide invaluable assistance to students preparing for HSC History.
The HTANSW HSC History Study Days are held only once a year. Ever popular, they have always SOLD OUT in recent few years - so make sure you book early to avoid disappointment.
- THURSDAY 23 JUNE - Ancient, Modern, Extension
- FRIDAY 24 JUNE - Ancient and Modern
- SATURDAY 25 JUNE - Ancient, Modern, Extension
- CLOSING DATE: Monday 30 May 2022 (or till tickets sell out)
- COST: $40 (GST incl.) per person, per day
- LATE BOOKINGS: (made after 30 May, if space is available) $45 (GST incl.) per person, per day
TERMS & CONDITIONS
- Pre-booking and pre-payment is essential - tickets will NOT be sold on the day
- We accept firm bookings only - refunds are not available for 'overbooking', 'change of mind' or 'no shows'
- Bookings will be processed on a 'first-in, first-served' basis.
- Official School Bookings - Full payment is required to confirm your booking. Late booking fee will apply
- Schools opting to pay by EFT- your booking will be placed on a 'Priority Waiting-List' in order of receipt of booking.
- However, your booking will not be processed (nor places confirmed) until receipt of full payment.
- One teacher accompanying a 'school group'* may attend for free. (*Minimum of 5 students to constitute a 'school group')
- Additional teachers, or teachers attending without a school group will need to purachase a ticket.
- All Other Bookngs - Full payment is required at the time of booking. (No refunds availabe)
- Late Bookings - i.e. those received after the closing date, will be charged at $45 per person/day, (if space is still available).
- Covid Note - NSW Governent guidelines may be updated at short notice which may impact this event.
HOW TO BOOK
- Complete the registration form found on the last page of the Study Day Program (download from link above)
- You must indicate the EXACT number of people attending each session for your application to be processed
- Firm bookings only - no refunds available once booking has been made.
- Full payment required to confirm your booking.
- Email your completed to the HTANSW office (details on the form)
- If you do not receive a confirmation email after your booking, please email the HTANSW to verify your registration. (Please allow 3 working days for your booking to be processed).
- To avoid long queues, please BYO food and drink.
- Tickets are to be picked up from the registration desk on the day, each day, so please arrive from 8.15am.
- Registration desk will be in the forecourt of the Carslaw Lecture Theatre Complex, Eastern Avenue, University of Sydney.
The Carslaw Lecture Complex is situated on the Newtown/City Road end of Sydney University's 'Eastern Avenue' in the University of Sydney. To view Map of Sydney University click here. Select the 'Camperdown/Darlington Campus' map and search "Carslaw Building".
More details about the campus click here.
- Public Transport: Redfern station is the closest train station to the University. You will need to walk from the station to the City Road Entrance of the University for the closest access to the Carslaw Lecture Avenue Complex.
Alternatively you may take a train to Central railway station, and then catch a bus from Broadway/George Street that travels down City Road. Buses include 422, 423, 426, 428.
Once inside the City Road entrance of the University, the Carslaw Lecture is the first building on the right.
- Food and Drink - During weekdays Wentworth Building cafeteria will be open for lunch. The Wentworth Building can be found across the other side of City Road from the Carslaw Building.
NOTE! The Wentworth Builiding will be closed on SATURDAYS, so be sure to bring food and and drink with you on that day.
(Limited snacks may be available from vending machines and coffee carts - however expect long queues).
TICKETS WILL NOT BE SOLD ON THE DAY
Location: Carslaw Complex, University of Sydney