Receive advice from our friendly student ambassadors, get involved in faculty-specific activities, and discover what facilities our University campuses have to offer.
Join us for a virtual school presentation comprising of a webinar (via Zoom) followed by a Q&A session. Students will login with a unique school code and watch our 30-40 minute presentation on the University, similar to our in-person school visits, which will be followed by an interactive Q&A session where they can gain insights from our student ambassadors.
For now, you can watch our pre-recorded 30-minute general school presentation. You will meet two of our student ambassadors who will walk you through the University's study areas, course options, scholarships, student life and other helpful information.
Book a live virtual school presentation for the most up-to-date information and Q&A tailored for your school.
Our student ambassadors visit schools to provide advice on all aspects of university including courses, global exchange opportunities, transferring and deferring, and other topics to help students make an informed decision.
School visits include a 35-minute presentation followed by a five minute Q&A session, and we can tailor the presentation to meet your specific needs.
Specialist presentations on scholarships, onshore international students and admission pathways are available on request.
We regularly attend high school careers markets throughout the year.
Join our student ambassadors for a tour of our Camperdown/Darlington campus. Get an inside look at Australia’s oldest university and receive the answers to any questions you have about university.
Tours start underneath the Quadrangle Clocktower and cover many of the key features on campus. A typical campus tour is 2 hours in duration, comprising a 1-hour tour of the campus and facilities, and a 1-hour University presentation. We ask all campus guests to follow COVID-safe practices on campus.
Our ARTiculate virtual talk series aims to support high school students to enrich their understanding of subjects related to arts, humanities and social sciences. These 30-minute webinars are followed by a Q&A and are suitable for Year 11 and 12 students. Explore the topics including Shakespeare, health economics, ancient history, French, and geography with political economy.
The Conservatorium runs one-hour guided tours of historic buildings and modern facilities for high school groups. Learn about the campus and the students and staff who have performed and studied here. Enjoy a lunchtime concert or experience a music workshop.
We offer a number of masterclasses at the Conservatorium throughout the year for aspiring classical, jazz and contemporary performers, composers and musicologists – and they are free and suitable for high school students to attend.
Each year, the Conservatorium of Music fosters the development of an elite group of young musicians, with the Rising Stars program for students in Years 7-12.
Have a mathematics researcher take over your classroom for a one‑hour virtual visit. Your students will be introduced to mathematics in careers, a current field of research and hands-on puzzles designed by the visitor.