Some online students may have to spend time on-campus completing a short Residential School session as a requirement to graduate
Also known as Res School, these learning blocks offer intensive, face-to-face teaching for a deeper understanding of subject content and to learn skills to meet any learning outcomes.
You'll get to interact with your academic staff and peers, go to lectures, practicals and tutorials, and make use of a range of campus facilities.
When you enrol in a subject that has a compulsory Residential School, you will be registered for it automatically. You do not need to complete a registration form.
Find your Residential School date and location
During Covid-19, each faculty is listing their individual subject details. This information is frequently updated in response to Covid-19, so remember to check here regularly for updates.
Residential schools take place during session breaks. You can check upcoming period dates.
We try to get residential school information up six months ahead of time. Residential school information for the next year will usually be released by late September, around the same time enrollments for the next year open.
Plan your attendance
Most Residential Schools run for one-to-five days and are compulsory to attend. Don't get caught out, start planning and budgeting now.
When you're on campus
It's time to find your way around campus. We have a list of the top places you might want to visit during your visit.
Join social events and meet other online students while you're on campus.