Torrens University is Australia’s global university, offering courses in Business, Design, Hospitality, Education and so much more!
At Torrens University, we pride ourselves on our small class sizes, dedicated success coaches, industry expert teachers and our inclusive community atmosphere. We believe in a more hands-on approach, we think you learn best when you actually do the work in industry placements.
Come by our Open Day if you’re interested in learning more about courses in Hospitality, Design, Education, Business, and Health. This is a perfect opportunity to ask questions, understand course requirements and get a real feel for the environment you’ll be learning in.
Mark your calendars now for Saturday, April 21st!
1. Get advice
Can’t decide which course is right for you? Still struggling to figure out what career you want? We totally understand – we’ve been there too. This is why we’ve got our Course and Career advisors onsite to give you one on one advice. They will listen to what you’re passionate about and provide suggestions on the course that’s right for you.
2. Get a free goody bag
Upon your arrival, you will be greeted by our warm and energetic staff who will give you a few gifts to take home with you. I mean, who doesn’t love free things?!
3. Participate on info sessions
Learn everything you need to know about our courses in our detailed information sessions.
“Open Day is the best opportunity to experience the campus firsthand, meet your fellow students and lecturers, and ask all your questions about the course you’re interested in. It’s a chance to get inspired by past student work and get a glimpse of what student life at Torrens is like.”
Sheree Fiala Game Art Sydney
4. Strengths workshop
We believe that every person is a born with a set of strengths and our job as an education provider is to help our students capitalize on what they are naturally good at. Our Success Coaches will support you by discovering your own unique strengths and professional capabilities to help get where you want to go.
*Available at select campuses.
5. Meet your future teachers
Connect and ask all the questions you want to know. You’ll also get the opportunity to chat with current students and get a better idea of what university life feels like.
“It’s so important to see and feel where you’re going to study. When I was first shown around the school, I knew straight away that this was where I wanted to study. It’s a beautiful building that reflects the wisdom of the people who’ve walked before me. It has a certain vibe, which is really different from other places that offer similar courses”
Karla Rawles, Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy)
Passionate about photography? Billy Blue College of Design in Sydney and Brisbane will take you behind the scenes of a photoshoot to show everything involved from execution to post-production.
7. Find out about Scholarships
Did you know you could be eligible for a Scholarship? We offer scholarships in each of our faculties: Design, Education, Health, Hospitality, Business and International. Come by and talk to our advisors about what options suit you. If you never try, you’ll never get it. Might as well apply and see what happens!
8. Entrée plating workshop at William Blue Dining
Get involved in a fancy entrée plating workshop at our award-winning William Blue Dining Restaurant at The Rocks in Sydney. The best part? You’ll also get to taste it.
“The highlight of attending open day was simply that I was able to gain a real understanding of the campus, what life would be like as a student and the overall vibe. I felt such a warm welcome from everyone, and there was a lot of excitement on campus. It was at that point I knew that William Blue was the place for me.”
Lauren Coulter, Hospitality Management student
9. Personal branding workshops
Our Business faculty welcomes students to learn practical insights on how to build a Personal Brand. This workshop is co-hosted by Academics, Industry experts and Students to give you advice on how to stand apart from the crowd. Discover how to sell yourself to anyone and learn how you can be passionately employed in a career you love.
“I was nervous to attend Open Day not knowing anyone there but everyone made me feel really welcome right away. I love that you can talk face-to-face with students and sit in on info sessions hosted by the Academics. It was really important for me to understand where this degree could take me, so participating in the workshops allowed me to ask questions about internships and the University partnerships”
Madison Browne, Event Management student
10. Network with people in your industry
Our Alumni and Industry will show you how they got where they are today. Be prepared to be inspired (and take notes on their pro-tips!)