There’s plenty to see and do.
Here’s how to make the most of your Open Day experience.
Bring a support person
Open Day is busy and exciting, and there’s lots of information to take in. Bring along a support person who can remind you of the key questions you want answered.
To ensure we have enough room for everyone, we ask that you only bring one support person into each session. If you have other supporters with you, send them for a coffee or a walk around campus while they wait for you.
Start the day with a panel discussion
No matter how you’re feeling about university, USC has got you covered. Our must-do Open Day panel sessions will include stories, tips and advice from USC students, graduates and staff who’ve been where you are now and are happy to share their experiences.
Choose your degree sessions
These sessions will give you an overview of the programs and career opportunities on offer in different study areas at USC. You’ll be able to attend up to three information sessions on the day. Use these sessions to explore different ideas you have about what you might like to study.
Join a first year class
Wondering what it feels like to be a uni student? Not sure you'll find the content of your course interesting, or easy to understand? Come along to a first year class and experience the environment you'll be learning in, with one of USC’s favourite first-year lecturers. There are eight first-year classes to choose from!
Visit the Info Hub
Our lecturers and tutors will be on hand all day to answer questions about the programs and courses you’re interested in. You can also chat to our Student Central team about how to apply, scholarships, studying overseas and more.