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Lectures: General Information

Along with the specific program presentations, there are a range of general sessions where you can find out more about life at university. Topics include, what to expect in your first year at UniSA, support services available, accommodation, parents' information, adult applicants or ways you can include international experience in your degree.

Presentation Overviews

Adult Applicants

10.30am, Student Lounge

Now’s a great time to apply for UniSA as an adult applicant. If you are over 18 and want to study for the first time, we offer more ways to achieve your goals. Come to this informative session and find out how and when to apply, what pathway to take, how much it costs and the services available to you as an adult student at UniSA. You’ll find out everything you need to know right here!

From TAFE/VET to UniSA

12:00pm, Student Lounge

Find out how to use your TAFE/ VET and RTO (Registered Training Organisation) qualifications to apply to enter UniSA and how much credit you may be entitled to if you choose to study with us.

What Parents Need To Know

10.30am, BH Building BH2-09
3:00pm, HH Building HH3-09 (Repeat session)

Are you a parent or guardian of a student looking to come to Uni? Come and hear what it’s like from a parent who has had their children do it all before. The session will include tips and information to make supporting your student through this important time easier.

First Year Uni: The Facts and Myths

9.45am, BH Building BH 2-09
3.45pm, HH Building HH3-09 (Repeat session)

This session is designed to give potential students an insight into what it is like to be at university for the first time. All facets of university life are outlined, from contact hours, lectures and tutorials, to social life, free time and activities. Come along and get a realistic picture of what uni is really all about from current lecturers and students at UniSA.

Student Accommodation

11.15am, BH Building BH2-09

If you need to arrange accommodation during your studies at the University of South Australia, then this is the session for you. You will hear about the various housing options, as well as some common traps to avoid.

Around the World with UniSA

11.15am, HH Building HH3-09

Gain international experience by completing part of your University of South Australia program overseas. An international experience will provide you with a truly global education and make an impressive addition to your resume, while developing your intercultural skills, confidence and independence. UniSA offers a range of experiences from year-long and semester exchanges, short-term study programs and volunteer placements with international non-government organisations through the Hawke Ambassador Program. To tie it all together, the innovative new Global Experience program is designed to give you an edge in today’s competitive world by encouraging and recognising your international experiences, skills and extracurricular activities. Expand your global knowledge through networks, workshops and a range of activities, and develop essential skills for your career.