School leavers, people wanting to change careers, retrain or re-enter the workforce can find out about pathways, subject areas of interest and the impact of tertiary education.
Bendigo Campus Director Dr Julie Rudner said this year’s Open Day aligns with the campus celebrations of 150 years of tertiary education.
“For 150 years, tertiary education in Bendigo has created life-changing opportunities for local students and we are committed to continuing this legacy,” Dr Rudner said.
“Many of our students are the first in their family to study or are entering university as a mature-aged student and together they understand the opportunities of studying in a regional area.
“There are many ways to get into university and we actively support pathways to tertiary education, including via TAFE.”