Ingkarni Wardli Technologies Program

Ingkarni Wardli Technologies Program

‘Place of learning’ in Kaurna language, the Ingkarni Wardli Technologies Program is an immersive camp organised by Wirltu Yarlu Aboriginal Education.

The five-day camp allows Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander high school students to experience how science, engineering, architecture, mathematics and computer science can be applied to the real world. The program is open for years 9 to 13 students interested in STEM careers.

Throughout the week, students will engage in activities and hands-on experiences to broaden their understanding of how things work. They also experience what the University of Adelaide offers and student life. All travel, accommodation and meal costs are covered for students and their accompanying adults.

  • Who can come

    You and your parent or carer!

    If you are an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander student in Year 10, 11 or Year 12 who is interested in engineering, architecture, mathematics and/or computer science along with a parent or carer!

  • Cost

    This program is 100% free including transport to Adelaide for you and your parent or carer.

  • Accommodation

    Attendees will stay at the colleges surrounding the University's North Terrace campus.

  • Dates

    The program will run from Monday to Friday. Students will travel on the Monday, program days will be Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Students will travel home on the Friday.

  • Application dates

    Applications are now open for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students in Years 10 to 12 who are interested in STEM to apply to attend the Ingkarni Wardli Technologies program.

    Applications are due by Sunday the 27th of August. Places are limited so get your application in fast!

    Register now

  • Contact

    Please contact Wirltu Yarlu on (08) 8313 3623 or email us at for more information.