University and Career Related Information Sessions

Our core range of activities help your students to understand study options, university life and the path to their ultimate career.

All of the activities below are listed in the Outreach Program.

 

General activities and presentations

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  • Year 12 presentation

    A Future Student Advisor will come out to your school to talk with your students about their options. This session includes an overview of our degrees, support services and facilities, as well as looking at campus life and entry requirements. The duration of this presentation is flexible.

    School term Available all terms
    Category Study options
    Student numbers Not applicable
    Suitable year level 12
    Location In school
    Duration of activity 30 - 60 minutes

     

  • Jobs of the future

    It’s estimated that over 40% of jobs are at risk of becoming automated in the next 20 years. The aim of this presentation is to get students thinking about the ‘Jobs of the Future’, and what this could mean for their future career direction. Hear about emerging technologies and industries, as well as the skills your students will need to thrive in an ever changing workforce.

    School term Available all terms
    Category Careers
    Student numbers Not applicable
    Suitable year level 11 - 12
    Location In school
    Duration of activity 45 - 60 minutes
  • Research workshop

    This interactive workshop is designed to assist students in narrowing down their choice of topic for the SACE Research Project. In this session they will also learn about the credibility of sources, the various research methodologies, and the use of ethical research practices.

    School term Available all terms
    Category Research
    Student numbers Not applicable
    Suitable year level 11 - 12
    Location In school
    Duration of activity 45 - 60 minutes

     

  • Careers workshop

    While some students may have a clear idea of what they want to study, others may need some extra guidance. This session is designed to help your students find their path to their ultimate career while learning about jobs of the future.

    Facilitated by a Future Student Advisor, this interactive workshop will guide students through the multitude of career options available to them. Throughout the session students will explore their interests and determine how these can be translated into viable employment outcomes through an examination of current and future job trends.

    School term Available all terms
    Category Careers
    Student numbers Not applicable
    Suitable year level 10 
    Location North Terrace Campus
    Duration of activity 45 - 60 minutes
  • Uni life workshop

    The transition from high school to university can be daunting. To help dispel some of the common misconceptions between school and university, we invite your students to participate in an interactive workshop with a current University of Adelaide student. Together, they will explore what uni is really like, as our current students share their own experiences and tips for making the most of university study.

    School term Available all terms
    Category Careers
    Student numbers Not applicable
    Suitable year level 10 - 12
    Location North Terrace Campus
    Duration of activity 45 - 60 minutes
  • Student experience tours

    This activity gives students the opportunity to tour the university from the perspective of a current student. Students learn about the university structure and lifestyle as well as academic and personal support services. Current students share their experiences of transitioning to university and showcase vibrant learning and study spaces. This activity is recommended to be bundled with the Uni Life Workshop.

    School term Available all terms
    Category Student experience
    Student numbers Not applicable
    Suitable year level 10 - 12
    Location North Terrace Campus
    Duration of activity 45 minutes
  • School based career evenings

    Our Future Student Advisors and Student Ambassadors are available to support school-based careers days and evenings. This includes staffing a booth as well as delivering presentations. Faculty representatives are available on request.

    School term Available all terms
    Category Study options
    Student numbers Not applicable
    Suitable year level 11 - 12
    Location In school
    Duration of activity Negotiable

Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander students

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  • Study options for Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander students

    This presentation includes degree information, support services and facilities, campus life, entry requirements and alternative pathways. 

    Wirltu Yarlu Aboriginal Education supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students into the University. This is done through foundation and degree programs, administering the Special Entry Access Scheme and providing support services. The University delivers a Preparation Program and the Indigenous Knowledge major to assist students further.

    School term Available all terms
    Category Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students
    Student numbers Not applicable
    Suitable year level 11 - 12
    Location In school
    Duration of activity 45 - 60 minutes
  • Marni wingku

    Marni Wingku is an annual educational program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in years 8-12. The program provides students with the opportunity to participate in fun and engaging activities which are designed to introduce them to specific areas of study. From the skills they have learned through the activities, they can then be applied to different pathways.

    School term Term 3 only
    Category Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students
    Student numbers Not applicable
    Suitable year level 8 - 12
    Location North Terrace campus
    Duration of activity Full day
  • Campus tour

    Take a tour with current university students and staff from Wirltu Yarlu to explore the University of Adelaide’s North Terrace campus. Learn about our facilities, degrees, support services and what life is like as a university student.

    School term Available all terms
    Category Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students
    Student numbers Not applicable
    Suitable year level 10 - 12
    Location North Terrace campus
    Duration of activity 45 - 60 minutes

Onshore international students

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  • Onshore international students

    A Future Student Advisor will come out to your school to talk with your international students about applying to study at university. Throughout the session your students will learn about the requirements for entry, available student support services, as well as the different requirements for degrees such as Medicine and Dentistry. 

    * Recommended earlier in the year as applications for Medicine and Surgery, Dental Surgery and Oral Health close on June 30.

    School term Available all terms
    Category Study options
    Student numbers Not applicable
    Suitable year level In school
    Duration of activity 45 - 60 minutes