ON PAGE 4 of the previous edition of the Maroochy and Kawana Weekly, the story titled Wildest dreams reality for Keasha wrongly referred to the impending competition. The article suggested the competition was called the National Para World Championships when it is in fact the INAS for Down Syndrome and S14 swimmers. academic and the mother of successful gap-year takers.
A current student will also speak about USC’s Study Overseas program, which enables students to spend some time at one of 70 partner institutions around the world while earning credit towards a degree. Open Day will be held from 9.30am to 2pm at USC’s Sippy Downs campus and will have the theme First year starts here.
It is aimed at giving students the information and tools they need to make the most of their first year at uni. Visitors will be able to inspect the campus, get questions answered, and learn more about the study programs they’re interested in by chatting one-on-one with USC academics.
They can sit in on real lectures across a wide range of disciplines to see what uni life is like, and attend information sessions that outline study programs and career opportunities. There will also be other panel discussions which will focus on things such as careers that are likely to be in demand in the future.
For more details, visit usc.edu.au/open-day.