FedUni’s Marketing team interacts with secondary school students, school leavers, mature age students, parents and teachers. As an ambassador at our events, you would be the face of FedUni. You would provide advice from a student-centred viewpoint talking about your FedUni experiences. Prospective students enjoy interacting with FedUni ambassadors as you have recently been through the process of selecting where to study.
- Careers expos have representatives from universities, TAFE’s, training organisations, community and government organisations where prospective students can find information about further study and careers in a range of areas. These may be hosted by individual schools or can be a large venue open to the general public. They range from a few hours, up to several days - such as the VCE and Careers expo held at the Caulfield Racecourse.
- TIS (Tertiary Information Service) is a travelling roadshow of universities and TAFEs who travel to schools across Victoria and Tasmania providing important information to Year 12 students on their options after secondary school. The sessions consist of a 30 minute interactive presentation outlining the tertiary application process, followed by a 30 minute expo where students can gather course materials and talk directly to tertiary representatives about their study options.
- Open Day (Last Sunday in August) Our campuses are open to the public and we welcome thousands of visitors from around the state. Prospective students can find out about life on campus, have tours and talk to staff and students about studying at FedUni. Ambassadors are key to the success of the day, and may be required to greet visitors, provide directions and possibly take tours of the campus and facilities.
- Info Day (Mid/late December) Similar to Open Day, Info Day is mainly for Year 12 students to come on campus after their VCE results are published and receive advice on changing their VTAC preferences. It’s also a great opportunity to see the campus if they missed our Open Day. Ambassadors greet visitors, provide directions and possibly take tours of the campus and facilities.