Fed uni’s open day goes virtual

Student Mitchell with Nicole at last year''s open day.

Federation University Australia’s first virtual open day will give all students an equal opportunity to virtually visit campuses and explore the range of educational pathways available to them.

While students will not physically attend the virtual open day due to coronavirus restrictions, Federation University has planned a range of activities to inform and inspire prospective students.

The online event on Sunday 16 August between 10am and 4pm will be accessible to all students, regardless of their location, creating greater opportunities for students across Australia to be involved.

For the first time, the university’s open day will include more than 100 live chats with expert staff, 360-degree campus tours of campuses and their sporting and accommodation facilities, and targeted content for VTAC, mature-age and postgraduate students.

Students can undertake 360-degree tours of Federation University’s Ballarat, Berwick, Brisbane, Gippsland and Wimmera campuses.

Course-specific webinars will also be held to introduce students to courses on offer, including Allied Health, Education, Engineering and Information Technology.

More details are available at the virtual open day website. 

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