Kids In2Uni

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The Kids In2Uni Program is for students at UOW's In2Uni Schools. This program is for stage 3 students and aims to start the conversation with students about higher education. It gives students the opportunity to experience university, interact with university students and staff and think about why they might like to consider study beyond school.  

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What does the program look like?

Kids In2Uni is a five-week teacher delivered module that links to the NSW Curriculum. The program involves:

  • A unit of work delivered by trained primary school teaching staff
  • A visit to the University of Wollongong campuses by students, parents and teachers.  

This model is designed to provide students, parents and teachers with a positive connection to UOW and to 'taste' university life.

When & where?

Kids In2Uni will be run at UOW’s Batemans Bay, Bega, Shoalhaven, Southern Highlands and Wollongong campuses. 

Please find specific information about each campus below: 

UOW Batemans Bay Campus

When: 23 - 24 November 2017

Where: UOW Batemans Bay Campus, ‘Hanging Rock’, Beach Road, Batemans Bay 

UOW Bega Campus

When: 22 - 23 November 2017

Where: UOW Bega Campus, 176 Auckland Street, Bega 

UOW Shoalhaven Campus

When: 22 - 23 November 2017

Where: UOW Shoalhaven Campus, George Evans Road, West Nowra 

UOW Wollongong Campus (Illawarra & Southern Highlands schools)

When: 31 October- 3 November 2017

Where: University of Wollongong, Northfields Avenue, Wollongong 

How much?

This program is offered at no cost for In2Uni Schools.

Information for parents

Parents and guardians are asked to attend the campus visit with their children.  There will be a parent information session held on the day of each campus visit.  

Registering your school

Schools must register for the Kids In2Uni program. Please see above 'Register your school' button.

How can I find out more? 

For more information please contact the In2Uni Team on (02) 4221 5557 or visit contact us.

Last reviewed: 13 February, 2017