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The Health Student Journey

Open Day at City East

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Open Day at City East

For the first time SA’s leading university for graduate careers is opening up their City East campus for the 2014 Open Day on the 17th August 2014 (9am-4:30pm).

Come and explore the range of Health and Medical Sciences degrees and tour the state-of-the-art facilities such as our High Performance and Exercise Physiology Clinic, Virtual Environment Radiotherapy Training (VERT), Pharmacy Laboratory and advanced Practice-based Nursing Labs.

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Everything you need to know about studying health

With 15 Health and Medical Sciences presentations on offer at City East you have the opportunity to make an educated decision about your future career path. You can also chat with staff and current students and get a feel for UniSA’s buzzing City East campus life.

Room H 2-02 C 3-16
9.45am Nursing & Midwifery Medical Science
10.30am Health Science Laboratory Medicine
11.15am Human Movement Pharmacy
12 noon Clinical Exercise Physiology Pharmaceutical Science
12.45pm Physiotherapy Nursing & Midwifery (Repeat)
1.30pm Occupational Therapy Nutrition & Food Sciences / Dietetics
2.15pm Medical Radiation Science Podiatry
3.00pm Human Movement (Repeat)  

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Tour the campus

Come and explore our health hub

During Open Day, some of our most exciting teaching and learning spaces will be open for you to experience. Whether you’re interested in a specific program or still exploring what’s on offer, or maybe you’d like to see student spaces outside the classroom, such as our student lounges and on campus gym, for the first time ever you can experience these and more at City East on Open Day.

For a sneak peek at what you'll see on the day, visit our Virtual Campus Tour page and navigate City East campus using the map. Click the red buttons to take a video tour and the blue buttons to see a 360 degree virtual tour of our most exciting teaching and student spaces.

Our stories

Our students

Elizabeth Millar-Moss - Health Science

Bring the right gear

"A smile, some compassion, a good work ethic, a water bottle and money for some wedges from the Caf!"

Read Elizabeth's tips

Brooke Cossens - Pharmaceutical ScienceTalk to other students

"If they’re by themselves they are probably just as lost and just as nervous as you are! "

Read Brooke's tips

Caitlin Powell-Jones - Occupational TherapyGet orientated

"Go to the orientation days, they are great ways to make friends that may be in your course and get to know your way around the campus."

Read Caitlin's tips

Our graduates

Leigh Schneebichler, Physiotherapist

Discover your career options

If you’re unsure where a degree in health can lead you, read on to find out what some of our graduates are doing with their health degrees. It’s often the opportunities and new experiences at uni that lead you to a rewarding career path you never expected.

Leigh Schneebichler, Physiotherapist

Chris Braithwaite, Intern Pharmacist

Shoshannah Williams, Researcher

Our teachers

Kevin Norton, Professor of Exercise Science

Learn from the experts

You’ll be learning from some of the world’s leading experts in health and medical science as many of our researchers, are your teachers! Find out how they bring their research into the classroom, what inspires them and how their work benefits the community.

Dr Amanda Bobridge, Lecturer in Nursing

Professor Kevin Norton, Professor of Exercise Science

Dr Michael Ward, Senior Lecturer in Pharmacy

Let's get social


Like us on Facebook

Get the latest on what’s happening on and around City East campus in the lead up to this year's Open Day.

Like us on Facebook and you’ll be kept up to date of what our students are getting up to, campus news, giveaways and events. While you’re there, meet our mascot Geoff - you’ll see him a lot around campus!

Fun facts

Fun facts

See it to believe it

Did you know we have a tissue cutting machine, named a microtome, that can slice tissue samples at less than half the thickness of one strand of human head hair

Our birthing mannequin, Noelle, can be programmed to have a normal, complicated or caesarean birth, anywhere from 10 minutes right up to 10 hours

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

The High-5!

Find out the answers to some of the most commonly asked questions. Like, what to do if you don’t get the ATAR you’re hoping for. Or if you get a higher ATAR than you thought you would!

Maybe you’re curious about pathways, or wondering about the support services available to you as a health student.

Areas of study and research

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