We offer a range of services to schools including presentations, webinars, campus tours, one-on-one sessions for students, and our River Journey Program for students underrepresented in higher education.
All presentations can be held on campus at Flinders Bedford Park, Flinders Victoria Square or at your school.
Below is an example of what we can provide. Please contact us if you wish to discuss your requirements.
Year 10 students
|An introduction to university, career pathways, Course Navigator tutorial (PLP related), pre-post work-experience, year 11 and 12 subjects needed for University and drop-in session for subject selection.|
Year 11 students
|An introduction to university, research project start-up session, course options, year 12 subjects needed for university, how to research career & study options and drop-in sessions for subject selection.|
Year 12 students
|Tips on how to get the most out of year 12, life at Flinders (includes a student ambassador presentation and a Flinders Academic guest speaker), course information, adjustment factors, how to apply through SATAC, important dates and pathways. Drop-in sessions are also available.|
|We can tailor a presentation to the needs of your students.|
|Past students and or parents||We can tailor a presentation for parents or past students.|
|IB students||Information for students studying the IB.|
|Pathways||A presentation on different pathways to university and our courses.|
|Course navigator||Information on the Course Navigator, designed to get students thinking about their post-school options.|
|Flinders student experience||Information on the student experience presented by a current Flinders student.|
|For teachers||Whole of staff training (i.e. Uni Myth Buster session or guest speaker on topical issues).
New in Careers 1-to-1 session (open to all student in advisory/coordinator roles)
Session for PLP teachers
|For parents/guardians||Tertiary information evening, career focus: future world of work, introduction to the university application process.|
The River Journey program is designed to raise aspirations of students who are currently underrepresented in Higher Education. Funded by the Australian Government’s Higher Education Participation and Partnerships Program (HEPPP), the Student Access Unit offers a series of presentations and campus experiences designed to encourage students to consider Higher Education, and to examine pathways and opportunities for future success.
This program supports schools that have significant levels of students experiencing disadvantage such as low socio-economic (SES), Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, and rural and remote schools. Contact the Student Access Unit to determine if your school is eligible.
If you would like more information about the River Journey and Campus Experience program, please contact us: