10:30 AMAcademic Registrar
New Entrants (First year students) report for the start of their first semester. Their orientation week commence on 7th August to 11th August 2017. All New entrants are advised to attend the various meetings and workshops intended to give them the look, feel and expections inorder to aquint them with the academy systems.
Every second week of August we're excited to welcome new students to Royal Academy of Art and Design, so we make quite a big deal about it. As well as a week dedicated to welcoming you (O-Week), there are orientation activities during the O-Week to help you settle in.
O-Week is the week before classes start in your first year. It's packed full of activities to help you kick-start both your academic and social life at the academy. It's a chance for you to get to know more about your program and course offered, to meet staff and other new students, and to feel confident about starting your study journey at Royal Academy of Art and Design.
What happens at O-Week?
1. Campus tours
- 2. Facilities introductions
- 3. Information sessions on your course
- 4. Study skills workshops
- 5. A bunch of social activities run by the Royal Academy Student Association (RASA)
Ask current students
Look out for the people in red t-shirts – they're current students. They're there to answer any questions you may have. You'll find them at the welcome areas and all around campus.
Students helping students
You'll also come across many more enthusiastic student leaders ready to assist you with practical, academic and social support. Representatives include class representatives.
Get started with RAADSync
RAADSync is your online personalised study hub, tailored to your course and individual learning needs. Manage everything from your enrolment and course material to email, timetable, classes and career plan. It keeps you connected and in control, giving you easy access to everything you'll need to succeed at RAAD.
You can also access the self-paced online resource, through RAADSync. It provides essential information to new and returning students, including tips from lecturers and user guides for all of programmes and courses.
In addition, you can find online and on-campus reading materials and resources.