Are you a mature age Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander considering further study at University?
Are you committed to furthering your career through tertiary studies? Then the UNSW Indigenous Spring Forum could be for you.
About Nura Gili
Nura Gili is the Centre for Indigenous Programs at the University of New South Wales. The Centre is involved in supporting potential and current Indigenous students at the University, and is also involved in teaching Indigenous Studies and research in Indigenous Education.
About the program
The Indigenous Spring Forum is a residential program designed to provide a unique opportunity for mature age and TAFE students to find out more about studying at university, clarifying what is required to apply for and undertake studies at university, and showcasing what UNSW can offer.
Any Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person who is over 18 and is intending to study at university in 2013 or 2014 is encouraged to apply.
What study areas are offered?
For 2012 the study areas include Arts, Business, Built Environment, Education, Indigenous Studies, Law, Medicine, Public Health, Science, Media, Performing Arts, Engineering and Fine Arts.