Future student events and information sessions

Future Student events and information sessions

Attend our information sessions to find out about courses, pathways and careers.  You will have the opportunity to talk to staff and students, see our student learning spaces and find out all you need to know about studying at UniSA.

  • Open Day | Sunday 16 August | 9.00am - 4.30pm | City West and City East Campuses

      With over 80 presentations throughout the day and 50 information booths across the two city campuses, you will find all the information you need to know. There are also hands-on activities and tours to take part in during the day.

      Visit the Open Day website

  • Mount Gambier Open Day | Thursday 20 August | 4.00pm - 8.00pm | Mount Gambier Regional Centre


        TIME   PRESENTATION
        4.00pm   Campus of the future: exciting new developments for Mount Gambier
        4.30pm   Pathways to University
        5.00pm   What parents, partners and friends need to know
        5.30pm   Foundation Studies
        6.00pm   Nursing
        6.30pm   Health and Medical Science Degrees
        6.30pm   Education (Early Childhood and Primary)
        7.00pm   Social Work

      Attend UniSA's Mount Gambier Regional Centre's Open Day and speak to staff and current students about the range of study options available in the region. You can also discover entry pathways and the support services available.

      Plus find out important information about externally delivered programs or if you are considering relocating to study on one of UniSA's metropolitan campuses.

      For more information in relation to Mount Gambier Open Day, please contact Tracey Watson on 08 8647 8150 or tracey.watson@unisa.edu.au

  • Career Start - Business and Law | Tuesday 25 August | 4.30pm - 6.30pm | City West Campus

      Are you considering a career in Business or Law?

      Pursuing a career in Business or Law? Make your degree ‘work’ for you while you study by attending Career Start.

      Employers increasingly seek more than a degree, and  career opportunities you take on while you study will help you stand out.

      Career Start will connect you with experts, students and graduates who made the most of their Business School experience by combining travel with study, integrating industry experience in their degree, and connecting with mentors for study and career advice.

      If you’d like to learn what steps you can take to be ‘career ready’ before you graduate register for Career Start on Tuesday 25 August from 4.30-6.30pm at City West. 

  • Build and Plan Your Future | Tuesday 25 August | 5.30pm - 7.00pm | City East Campus | Bonython Jubilee Building

      Plan your pathway into construction management and economics or urban and regional planning.

      With the only Construction Management program in the state, and the longest established urban planning program in Australia, attend this Preview Day to learn how you can enter an exciting and rewarding career in built environments.

      Register your interest

  • Magill @ Twilight | Wednesday 26 August | 4.00pm - 8.00pm | Magill Campus

      Come along and enjoy campus tours, interactive workshops and live performances set against the picturesque Magill twilight. 

      At this event you can hear from staff and students about what it’s like to study at UniSA and get an exclusive look at our state-of-the-art facilities on campus. 

      Find out more about our education, social work, psychology, history, Indigenous cultures, international relations, languages, communication and media programs at Magill @ Twilight. 

      Register your interest

  • Discover Mawson | Thursday 27 August | 4.00pm - 7.30pm | Mawson Lakes Campus | MM Building

      Join us for a celebration of STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths

      Discover everything you need to know about engineering, information technology, environmental science, geospatial science, science and advanced materials, aviation and mathematics at UniSA. Come and experience what it’s like to study at Mawson Lakes, by talking to academics and getting involved in a range of hands-on workshops and information sessions. 

      Register your interest

  • Whyalla Open Day | Sunday 30 August | 11.00am - 3.00pm | Whyalla Campus 


        TIME   PRESENTATION
        12.30pm   Foundation Studies
        1.00pm   Education (Early Childhood and Primary)
        1.00pm   Engineering
        1.30pm   What parents, partners and friends need to know
        2.00pm   Social Work
        2.30pm   Nursing
        2.30pm   Business Degrees - your online study options
      Attend UniSA's Whyalla campus' Open Day and speak to staff and current students about the range of study options available in the region. You can also discover entry pathways and the support services available.

      Plus find out important information about externally delivered programs or if you are considering relocating to study on one of UniSA's metropolitan campuses.

      For more information in relation to Whyalla Open Day, please contact Tracey Watson on 08 8647 8150 or tracey.watson@unisa.edu.au

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