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What is O-Week?

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    IDP Education

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    Orientation Week, which is commonly known as a week of an introduction to Unilife and gives you the chance to know your campus and classmates before you even step into a lecture hall, getting involved in at least a few orientation activities to a campus tour, make some new friends and take advantage of the information section available.

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    Torrens University Australia

    Torrens University Australia

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    Hi, I'm Emma, an international student advisor at Torrens University, O-week or orientation week is an introduction to your university. It provides you with all the information you need to get your studies off to the best stuff. It's a great opportunity to make your campus academic and support teams as well as your future classmates. We look forward to welcoming you at Orientation Week.

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    IDP Education

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    Orientation Week is a period before the start of the academic year at the university where these events are held to welcome and orient new students at the university during this visit.

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    Bond University

    Bond University

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    O-week or orientation week is basically the introduction to your university life. This is the time to get friends, the time to know who the people are, who you're going to study with, and the time to just know how you're going to live in university.

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