One of the best ways to find out what it’s like to be a student at Flinders University is to talk to a current student.

If you are a high school student, speak to your counsellor or teacher about the services we offer schools, including student perspective and subject specific presentations, and ‘drop in’ sessions at your school. We’ll bring a student ambassador who can talk to your class or individual students about getting into uni, what their course is like or day-to-day life as a Flinders student.

Student ambassadors also take high school groups on tours of the Flinders campus. They’ll show you the sights and sounds of campus, and talk about university social life, which can help make transitioning to uni seem less daunting.

If you are not at high school (or your school class is not able to host a presentation or visit us) we’d be happy to organise a meeting with one of our student ambassadors, accompanied by a Prospective Student Advisor, to answer any questions you have about studying at Flinders. Just contact us to set up a time.