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ARTS3292 Migrants and Refugees in Australian History
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Campus Sydney Career Undergraduate
This course is scheduled for offering in the following teaching periods for 2017.

Teaching Period Staff Contact Census Date Notes
  SEMESTER ONE
 
  T1
Dr R Balint 31-MAR-2017 Lectures and Tutorials for this course will start in week 1 and finish in week 13. No classes in week 7.  
SUMMARY OF SEMESTER ONE CLASSES
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Teaching Period One

Activity Period Class Section Status Enrols/Capacity Day/Start Time
Lecture T1 8064 A Open 22/25 Fri 09:00 - 10:00 (Weeks:1-6,8-13)
Tutorial T1 8065 F10A Open 22/25 Fri 10:00 - 12:00 (Weeks:1-7,8-13)
(* = jointly taught class)

SEMESTER ONE CLASSES - Detail
Class Nbr 8064 Section A Teaching Period T1 - Teaching Period One
Activity Lecture Status Open Enrols/Capacity 22/25
Offering Period 27/02/2017 - 04/06/2017 Meeting Dates Standard dates Census Date 31/03/2017
Instruction Mode In Person Consent Consent not required
Meeting Information
Day Time Location Weeks Instructor
Fri 09:00 - 10:00 Pioneer International Theatre (K-G27-G04) 1-6,8-13 Dr R Balint
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Class Nbr 8065 Section F10A Teaching Period T1 - Teaching Period One
Activity Tutorial Status Open Enrols/Capacity 22/25
Offering Period 27/02/2017 - 04/06/2017 Meeting Dates Standard dates Census Date 31/03/2017
Instruction Mode In Person Consent Consent not required
Meeting Information
Day Time Location Weeks Instructor
Fri 10:00 - 12:00 Pioneer International Theatre (K-G27-G04) 1-7,8-13 Dr R Balint
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