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Outreach

We have a dedicated team of Outreach Officers who are always available to visit schools and speak to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students about university life and Jumbunna’s Direct Entry Program. We are happy to tailor visits to your needs. Whether it’s a simple Q&A session, a presentation, a hands-on workshop or an aspirational session –we’re open to all ideas.

We have developed programs based around the disciplines of Business, Science, Nursing, Film, Visual Arts, Literacy, Numeracy and more.

Alternatively, your school may want to visit our city campus for workshops or tours. We are also available to attend and speak at celebratory events specific to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander experience.

ngana mai @UTS (May 16, 2013)

ngana mai means ‘to dream’ in Gadigal language.
 
And that’s exactly what we want Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students from Year’s 10 to 12 to do.
 
Based on UTS’s popular U@UTS program, Ngana Mai has been specifically developed to give Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students from across NSW a taste of what life is like at UTS and to allow them to dream big about their future.
 
Students can enrol in two different lecture/workshops in their faculty of choice, meet our current Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and hear about their experiences at uni, gain information about Jumbunna’s Direct Entry Program and enjoy a free lunch and cultural event to round off the day.
 
For more information about how to register students for this event email: atsievents@uts.edu.au

We also organise engagement events for younger students in their last years of primary school and their first years of high school.

Indigenous Literacy Day (September 4, 2013)

If you would like to register your school to attend either of these events please email: atsievents@uts.edu.au

For more information about any of the above please don't hesitate to contact us: atsievents@uts.edu.au or 1800 064 312.