2019 Open Day: School of Biomedical Sciences what's on
Join us on 18 August and step inside one of the University’s fastest growing Schools – right in the heart of the largest biomedical precinct in the southern hemisphere.
If you have a passion for biomedical sciences, medicine or professional health – or you know a budding student who does – you are in the right place.
On Sunday 18 August, the School invites prospective students, families, friends and the wider community to see inside our world-class facilities and hear from Bachelor of Biomedicine students about their experiences and career aspirations.
The Virtual Reality Learning Studio – as part of our Department of Physiology – will be open all day (Medical Building, Level 3), providing an opportunity to experience firsthand the largest room scale Virtual Reality teaching space in Australia.
“We have the opportunity not only to be part of the future of education, but to drive the future of education,” says studio founder Dr Sevigny, digital fellow for the School.
“Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, borderless collaboration, interactivity in either physical or virtual lecture theatres, podcasts enabling students to have a voice across any distance - these are all exciting tools to improve the way we learn and communicate.”
Open Day visitors will also learn about:
- Course information for Bachelor of Biomedicine (Medical Building, Level 3), including current students who can tell you what student life is really like.
- Information on our majors offered in the Bachelor or Biomedicine (Medical Building, Level 3) and the Bachelor of Science (Wilson Hall).
- Course information for the Master of Biomedical Science (Kenneth Myer Building)
- The Harry Brooks Allen Anatomy Museum will be open all day (Medical Building, Level 3)
- Course Information Sessions (Biomedicine at 10am, 12.15pm, 1pm and 2.30pm and Masters at 10.30am)
- Biomed Current Student Panel Sessions at 10.45am and 1.45pm
- Find out how the Melbourne Model sets graduates apart
- Scholarship opportunities
- Graduate degree packages
- And much more.
Follow the link below to register and begin building your itinerary. The University will send you an event reminder, as well as all the latest updates on information sessions, competitions, events and entertainment on the day.
Why choose the School of Biomedical Sciences?
There's no doubt, the School is an exhilarating place to immerse yourself if you have a passion of advancing human health - as more than 2500 equivalent full-time biomedical sciences students discover each year.
At an undergraduate level, the Bachelor of Biomedicine is ideal preparation for a career in medicine or professional health. At the core of the degree is knowledge of the normal structure and function of the body and consideration of the determinants of disease.
Graduate research training is also a priority for the School with Honours, Masters and PhD levels. The Master of Biomedical Sciences is a course work program with a substantial research component that includes a new Enterprise stream offered in collaboration with Johns Hopkins University.
Run by students for students, the Biomedicine Student Society (BSS) is one of the most active and inclusive of the University student groups. Watch the Facebook Live series covering student life, studying abroad and exam success tips, or connect by searching Biomed Bear on Facebook.
About the Melbourne Biomedical Precinct
Imagine studying or working in the largest biomedical precinct in the southern hemisphere. More than 40 hospitals, research, teaching and biotechnology organisations surround the School of Biomedical Sciences – making it a highly sought-after base for global biomedical leaders.
As the country's leading research university, we are proud to be at the epicentre of this stimulating environment where the next generation of outstanding achievers learn alongside global experts in their field.
Find out more about the School of Biomedical Sciences – as part of the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences. Visit News & Events.