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Dunedin Tertiary Open Days 2024

Sunday 26 and Monday 27 May 2024

Dates for Dunedin Tertiary Open Days have been confirmed: Sunday 26 and Monday 27 May 2024.

What happens at Tertiary Open Days?

Our Open Days have academic presentations and activities, residential college tours, as well as lots of displays and activities from University clubs and services. It's a showcase of what university life looks like at Otago.

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Registration is not required to attend Tertiary Open Days, but you can register your email address below to stay up to date with the latest Tertiary Open Days news and announcements.

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Dunedin Tertiary Open Days 2023

Thank you to those who could join us on campus Sunday 7 and Monday 8 May for our Tertiary Open Days.



Past open day events

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Tertiary Open Days 2022 recorded sessions

  • Navigation 101

    Join Schools' Liaison as they cover university language, application information, how a degree works and everything you need to know about living and learning at Otago. If you're not sure where to start and who to talk to, they'll point you in the right direction.

  • Collegiate life at Otago

    Learn about Otago's unique residential colleges and meet college leaders and staff from the Student Accommodation Centre.

  • Combined Degrees

    Bachelor of Arts and Commerce (BACom), Bachelor of Arts and Science (BASc), Bachelor of Commerce and Science (BComSc):
    Combine two major subjects into one four-year degree. Choose two different majors from either Arts, Business, Science or Applied Science. Personalise your degree to suit your interests and strengths as you choose from hundreds of subject combinations. This presentation will highlight the opportunities to develop a broad range of skills valuable for your future career plans.

  • Bachelor of Arts (BA)

    Don't be taken in by the myths about the BA: come along and find out why it's a great degree and why it's so well suited to the current job market. Employers seek the skills of the BA degree, especially critical thinking, creativity, empathy and communication – these are skills that will never go out of fashion.

  • Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)

    Discover everything you need to know about being a student at the Otago Business School. Hear about our internationally best practice core papers, how business students at Otago learn to deal with real-world issues, and how the flexibility of the programme means you can focus on issues that matter to you. Make shaping a better future your business.

  • Bachelor of Laws

    This presentation includes information on the Bachelor of Laws, discussion of a court case, and a chance to hear from some of our current students.

  • Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery

    Discover what a medical degree involves and find out about the rewarding career opportunities it presents. Meet current staff and students and get your questions answered.

  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy

    Physiotherapists help people to be mobile, active and lead a healthy lifestyle. Listen to our talk about the programme, and take a tour of the School's clinical teaching and research laboratories.

  • Bachelor of Science

    How is a Bachelor of Science different from a Bachelor of Applied Science, Bachelor of Arts and Science, a Bachelor of Commerce and Science, or a Bachelor of Surveying? This presentation will introduce you to Sciences at Otago and help you understand the many great options we offer. Your future in Science starts here.

  • Global Studies

    Global Studies prepares students to face the challenges of globalisation and make a difference. Our programme uniquely combines interdisciplinary studies, individual mentorship, and internships, so that our graduates can have impactful careers both in Aotearoa and abroad.

  • Health Sciences First Year (HSFY)

    HSFY is the essential first step for the five professional programmes: Dentistry, Medical Laboratory Science, Medicine, Pharmacy and Physiotherapy, and is an excellent way to begin degrees in Science, Biomedical Science, or Health Sciences.

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