UniSA’s Open Day is your opportunity to visit the city campuses and talk to UniSA staff and students about studying at the University of South Australia.
All Business, IT, Engineering, Environment, Education, Arts and Social Sciences programs will be represented at the City West Campus.
The City East Campus will be the Health Hub with all Health Science programs represented as well as the opportunity to view the state-of-the-art facilities that the campus has to offer.
With over 80 presentations throughout the day and over 50 information booths across the two city campuses, you will find all the information you need to know about courses, careers, pathways and university life.
Open Day is part of our Open August events.
These are just some of the activities that we have on Open Day. To discover more, visit the Presentations and Activities page.
Open All Day, City West, GK Building
Experience mixed reality with the new Microsoft HoloLens, the first self-contained, holographic computer, enabling you to interact with holograms in the world around you. You’ll also be able to experience other virtual reality technology including the VIVE and Oculus.
Basil Hetzel Building, Level 5
This is where our laboratory medicine students study blood, tissue and organs while learning about disease diagnosis and research. They study healthy and unhealthy specimens and learn about section cutting and staining, blood typing and investigating infectious diseases. Be sure to check out the tissue preparation room and have a look at the display of organ specimens.
Open all day, City West K Building
Have you ever wanted to be a Film Director, Television Host or Radio Presenter? Try your skills in our interactive Media Hub. Read the News on the virtual TV set and request a song on the internet radio station. View exhibitions of student work and judge the best student digital media works.
Bonython Jubilee Building, Level 1
See our Virtual Environment Radiotherapy Training (VERT) facility that immerses radiation therapy students in a three-dimensional, stereoscopic display of a radiation treatment room. In this space, students wear 3D glasses to learn treatment concepts and practice techniques on virtual patients using the same equipment that’s used in industry.
Open Day is part of Open August, a series of events giving prospective students and parents a range of opportunities to visit our campuses, explore facilities, and ask questions.View all events