High school students visit campus and experience Arts@Adelaide showcase
LAST week, the Faculty of Arts invited students from three different schools on campus to experience a taste of studying in the Arts.
Students from Aberfoyle Park High School, Seaton High School and St Peter’s College all took part in interactive activities and a tour of the Museum of Classical Archaeology. Students got hands-on with augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR) and criminology, whilst learning what it’s like to be an Arts Student at the University of Adelaide. Four current students were on hand to talk about their studies and answer any questions. One lucky student from Aberfoyle Park won a brand new iPad to use with her studies.
Student Recruitment Team Leader Kate Rees said the day was extremely successful and enjoyed by both students and their teachers.
"This year we tried a new style of event. We have seen such positive feedback from students and their teachers who enjoyed the interactive activities."
"We look forward to holding further tailored campus events for other students and schools in the future," Ms Rees added.
About Arts @ Adelaide
Arts@Adelaide is an annual event run for high school students with the aim of introducing them to the fascinating world of tertiary study, whilst showcasing the 60+ Arts disciplines and how they translate into careers in Adelaide and across the globe. If you’re a teacher or a high school student and would like to hear more about our exciting activities in music, social sciences, humanities, teaching, media or languages, either at your school or on our beautiful campus, please get in touch with us and hear how we can tailor a day on campus for you.