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Preparation for University Life Workshop

Date & time

9am–4pm 24 January 2018
9am–4pm 25 January 2018


The Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies
Ellery Cres, Acton
The Australian National University


School of Archaeology and Anthropology
+61 2 6125 3309

Understanding the culture of the university 

What’s university life all about? What does it take to succeed at university? Find out for yourself and get a taster of uni life in our two day workshop!

Have fun, make friends, and get a head start on #winning at university. You’ll take part in mock tutorials, learn how to do research and write in university style, and spend quality time with other students keen to start university too. 

You’ll explore the culture of a university through Social Anthropology, which involves studying the ways people live and behave in different cultural settings across the world – including here at university. Social Anthropology uses empirical methods to investigate the human experience and looks at the different ways people ‘do’ and understand things such as education, politics, sports, gender, violence, marriage, art, science and more.

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Cost: $75.00

Please note: Participants will be contacted prior to the commencement of the event to provide payment details via an online form.

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