Thank you to all new students who attended Saturdays New Student Session, we hope it was informative and enjoyable. We wish all students success for Session 1, 2011!

This week’s video newsletter

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Kanami Torii, Global Partnerships Coordinator, AGSM MBA Programs



Classes begin this week, from tomorrow Tuesday 8 February. You can view your Class Schedule on myUNSW to confirm your class name/number and the day and time of your class.

GCCM & GDM Session Calendars are available on the AGSM MBA Programs website.

Important: as some dates may change occasionally due to unforeseen circumstances, we ask that you always refer to the most up-to-date Session Calendar via the AGSM MBA Programs website.

Staff members from the Student Experience office will be attending the CBD Cliftons venue this Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday to assist students in finding their class, and to distribute the latest edition of the Law text book to Law for Practicing Managers students.

New text book for Law for Practicing Managers

Law for Practicing Mangers students can collect the latest edition of the LPM text book from their instructor at their class this week.  Please dispose of the old edition thoughtfully.

Blackboard 9 & Online Course Materials

Most instructors have started to contact students through Blackboard9. Please access Blackboard 9 regularly to keep up to date with important course information and postings.

GDM & GCCM students can access electronic copies of the course materials for Session 1 courses via Blackboard 9.

To Access Blackboard 9:

1.  Go to http://lms-blackboard.telt.unsw.edu.au

2.  Enter your Username and Password, click the Login button

  • Your username is your UNSW zNumber (can be found on your Student card)
  • Your password is your zPass

If you have not yet created, or forgotten, your zPass, please visit the UNSW Identity Manager website, and log in with your Unipass, or contact IT on (02) 9385 1333.

International Exchange

Did you know that GDM students are able to go on Exchange with one of our 27 International Exchange Partners? Any GDM student who has completed all of the core courses and no elective courses, and has a WAM of 65% or above, is eligible to apply.

The International Exchange Program provides students with an opportunity to undertake one session of study with an AGSM MBA Programs partner institution. For further information about exchange please go to the AGSM MBA Programs website.

An International Exchange Program information session will be held at the Kensington campus Thursday March 10th 12:30pm to 2:00pm

For more information please contact the Kanami at: mbaexchange@agsm.edu.au or (02) 9931 9203 or check out the International Exchange website.

Withdrawal deadline

The last day to withdraw from Session 1, 2011 is 27 February 2011.  No more new enrolments will be accepted for this session. Please send us a request via email if you need to withdraw.

Tuition Fee payment and FEE-HELP

Tuition fees are due by 13 February 2011 and your statement is available from your student profile on myUNSW (click here for instructions).Students wishing to apply for FEE-HELP should contact the Student Financials team on csandfees@unsw.edu.au.  You will need to submit your application prior to the census date for Session MG1: 27th of February 2011.

Tax Invoices

If you require a tax invoice, please contact UNSW Treasury to request one.  Treasury needs the request from students in writing which you can do by sending an email to treasury@unsw.edu.au (N.B: enter “NS Student AGSM Tax Invoice / Receipt” as the subject and ensure you list your name, student ID and the UNSW Semester – i.e. Summer, Semester 1 or Semester 2).

Key Dates

A list of key dates for 2011 is available in the Student Resources section of the AGSM MBA Programs website.

It is important to refer to the Table of Key Dates for all enrolment, withdrawal and discontinuation deadlines, as well as the session census date. This table illustrates the academic and financial penalties incurred for withdrawals throughout the session.