OPEN DAY - Let's talk about it
Open Day gives you the chance to hear from people "in the know".
Leaders from our many Faculties and Schools will give free talks throughout the day, revealing new and inspiring areas of research and highlighting the exciting academic opportunities that await you. General Talks provide useful information for any new and prospective students, and their families.
Faculty Talks specifically address the opportunities for study in individual areas and where they can lead you.
Check the Talks Timetable for full details or visit: www.adelaide.edu.au/openday
GENERAL TALKS INCLUDE:
BEGINNERS' GUIDE TO UNIVERSITYAn information-packed session covering program choice, student support services and extra curricular activities. A must for all students and their families.
INFORMATION FOR PARENTS/GUARDIANSExpert advice from University staff - and parents with students already at university - will prepare you to support your teenager's transition to uni.
Overseas study as part of your degree
The University of Adelaide has more than 80 exchange agreements with partner universities around the world. These agreements allow students to study part of their degree at one of our partner universities for one or two semesters.
This session will detail the processes involved for students wanting to study overseas through one of the University's exchange agreements. There will also be involvement from students who have recently returned from their overseas study.
UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIESThis session will provide information on the types of University scholarships offered to undergraduates, with a focus on those commencing higher education for the first time.
It will cover scholarships available for high achievers as well as scholarship opportunities for students from rural and regional areas, for students in financial need and for Indigenous students. Advice will be given on how to find information on specific scholarships, including closing dates and application processes.
MATURE AGE ADVICE SESSIONNot all students studying at Adelaide come straight from school - many study other things first, work, travel, or have a family.
Applicants who have not completed Year 12, are mature age (over 21), have TAFE qualifications or previous university study should attend this talk as it will help you to find out what you have to do and when. It will cover entry requirements, application, selection ad admissions procedures.
FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT THE TALKS TIMETABLE.