Campus Forums and Career Advisor Events
Campus Forums: On-campus Events
Our Campus Forum events are ideal for school career advisors, guidance officers, Principals or Coordinators. These forums provide important updates about CQUniversity including changes at your local campus, updates on our pathway programs (SUN, STN and STEPS) and details of new courses so that you can share this information with your students across the year. Plus, you can also find out about our upcoming events for high school students to participate in.
This valuable event also incorporates a guest speaker presentation on a topic aimed at enhancing a knowledge area relevant to your important role in high schools.
Campus Forums are held at the start of each year and are delivered in person on many of our Queensland campuses.
Towards the middle of the year, we also host an In-schools Study Options Forum focused on our school initiatives like Start Uni Now (SUN) and launch our STN offering for the following year. These are scheduled in selected locations in the regional footprint.
Once 2023 event dates have been locked in they will be listed below.
Campus Forums: Webinar Events
We also offer Campus Forums via webinar in addition to the on-campus events that are accessible Australia-wide. If you are unable to attend one of our Campus Forums in person, you may be interested in attending via webinar. Our Campus Forum webinar is a condensed version of our on-campus events hosted online.
These virtual events provide important updates on CQUniversity and feature a guest speaker presentation based on the provided topic.
Once date for 2023 Campus Forum Webinar is confirmed the event will be listed below. To receive updates on these events, be sure to join or update your details on our High School Mailing List.
Career Advisors Events
CQUniversity participates in career advisor events such as Australian Careers Services (ACS) forums in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. We are also proud sponsors of the Careers Advisors Association conference for NSW and ACT.