IF you live in regional or rural areas, the decision to attend university has generally always included big changes and sometimes big costs…. ie relocating, hours or travelling etc.
While online study means you can study from home, those who have tried know how hard it is to develop good study routines.
It can also be quite isolating, not being able to mix with other students, work together, bounce ideas, and form a network of likeminded people.
Barossa Campus is a dedicated student regional learning centre that welcomes students from all universities and offers great spaces to study, connect with other students, find out about internships, scholarships, local jobs, mentoring and other opportunities.
It has fantastic internet speeds, good coffee, easy parking, anytime access (for registered users) connected with industry and is conveniently located at Beckwith Park in Nuriootpa.
There is no cost to students to use this centre and its resources, as it is run by Regional Development Australia Barossa Gawler Light Adelaide Plains with financial support of the Australian Government.
Come and explore the opportunities and see how Barossa Campus can support you through your studies at their open day Saturday, March 15 between 9am – 3pm.
Visit the website to register www.barossacampus.com.au.