One of the biggest Open Days the Business School has organised has seen more than 4,000 prospective students speak to staff and current students about how mentoring and internships could help them reach their future destination in business.
As part of the UNSW open day, which welcomed over 40,000 visitors on Campus Open Day, the Business school "upgraded" 4,000 future students and their families to fly business class into an airport-themed Business Lounge. Staff welcomed visitors with personalised Business School passport, inviting them into a photo booth to pose for passport photos.
A themed "duty-free" area showcased the Business School's global opportunities and internships, and then visitors had the chance to chat to Business School students who described how student life at UNSW is more than just an education.
The number of visitors was very high in the Advisory Centre and during our Business School presentations in the Central Lecture Block, with only standing room available for some of presentations on studying at the Business School.
Some students won Business School Monopoly sets, along with HSC survival kits, fidget spinners, stress balls and sunglasses.
Photos from the day are on the Business School Facebook and Instagram pages.