Welcome to Cradle Coast Open Day

Based at Burnie on the picturesque north-west coast, the Cradle Coast Open Day will be jam-packed with course and student information, presentations, hands-on activities, demonstrations, performances and entertainment for the whole family.

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Sunday

10am - 3pm


Open Day Home

Events at Cradle Coast Campus

6th Aug 2017 10:00am-3:00pm

Anatomy Body Painting

Campus: Cradle Coast
Venue: D Block, Admin Building Upper Level

Learn where your bones and muscles are situated in your body. Across the day our medicine students will body paint life-like musculoskeletal artwork on a living breathing anatomical model.

6th Aug 2017 10:00am-3:00pm

Architecture and Design

Campus: Cradle Coast
Venue: Building D, Upper Level

Interested in careers in architecture or interior design? Speak with staff about the School, our study programs and life in Launceston.
Hear about some of our famous Learning-by-Making projects which give our students authentic, hands-on design and construction experiences.

6th Aug 2017 11:00am-11:30am

Law Presentation and Eye Witness Examination

Campus: Cradle Coast
Venue: D201

The Faculty of Law will be running presentations to give prospective students a taste of what studying law at UTas is like, including course structure, social events, expected workloads and discussing future career opportunities. The presentation will be followed by an eye witness examination test.

6th Aug 2017 10:00am-3:00pm

Social Work at UTAS

Campus: Cradle Coast
Venue: Admin Building D, Upper Level

Meet our friendly social work staff who can answer your questions about entry requirements, course structure, content, work-based placements and employment opportunities.

Getting to
Cradle Coast Open Day

Campus address

University of Tasmania
Cradle Coast Campus
16-20 Mooreville Road
Burnie TASMANIA 7320
AUSTRALIA

View Cradle Coast campus map (JPG 379KB)

Questions?

Open Day is your chance to check out the University. Chat to students and staff, cruise around the grounds, buildings and social spaces, check out the facilities and generally get a feel for the vibe of the campus. Picture yourself being a student here and see how it feels!

Firstly, plan your day. Look at the program (PDF 3.2MB) or search for events online beforehand and see what presentations and activities you are interested in, what times they are on and where. From there, make sure you collect the brochures you need and ask lots of questions! Our staff and students will be there to talk to you about courses, how to apply and give you a sense of what university life is really like.

You can ask us anything you like, we are here to help, but here’s a list to get you started:

  • What exactly does the course cover?
  • What are the entry requirements for this course?
  • Are there any special requirements?
  • How many subjects will I have to do?
  • Do I have a choice of which subjects I can do?
  • How can I find out more about these subjects?
  • How are the subjects taught? (eg lecture, tutorials, practical sessions, online)?
  • How many hours of classes should I be expected to attend?
  • How many hours of extra study will I need to do?
  • How many classes are held each week?
  • Is the course accredited by a professional body?
  • What if I don’t have the right ATAR score?
  • What if I haven’t studied for a long time?
  • What help can I get with my study skills?
  • What costs are involved?
  • Are there any scholarships available in this study area?
  • Can I defer my place or take a year off during the course?
  • Can I transfer from one course or campus to another?
  • What sort of career(s) does this course lead to?
  • Where have other graduates found jobs?
  • Is there any help given by the University to find work after graduation?
  • What are my postgraduate study options?
  • What clubs and societies can I join?
  • What opportunities for sport are available?
  • What accommodation options are there?
  • What are the transport/parking options are there?
  • What kinds of student support services are provided?
  • Can I study abroad or do an overseas exchange during my course?

Check out our events page or download our program (PDF 3.2MB) which has all of the information about the presentations, tours, demonstrations and activities available to participate in on the day. Also don’t forget to check out the highlights we have on each campus and all of the fun and games from our clubs and societies, free entertainment and great food.

Check out our campus maps in the program (PDF 3.2MB). This will show you where the main activity hubs are and where information sessions are being held. We will have lots of signage on site which should point you in the right direction as well as our human signage. Our student ambassadors (look out for the big red lion on the t-shirt!) will be there to direct you to where you need to go.

We know you are busy, but that’s ok. If you want to have a chat about your study options, our amazing student advisors are available for one-on-one appointments any time.  Just call 1300 363 864 or email course.info@utas.edu.au to arrange a booking. We will also be recording our information sessions on the day. You can watch these via livestream or check them out any time after the event on our website.

For existing UTAS members we encourage you to utilise our specialised carpooling service. Please visit our carpooling page to register.