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MyDay for future students at CSU in Wagga Wagga

9 APRIL 2018

> First MyDay event underway for 2018 underway at CSU in Wagga Wagga this week> More than 280 students to attend the MyDay to learn about degrees in animal and veterinary sciences fields.> MyDay program at CSU gives students a taste of university lifeA range of Charles Sturt University (CSU) degrees in the animal and veterinary sciences field will be on show this week when the annual MyDay program for 2018 gets underway.MyDay at CSU offers school students and their parents a taste of university life including a chance to visit a campus for a day, meet and ask questions of staff and students, tour teaching, learning and research facilities and inspect on campus accommodation.The MyDay at Wagga Wagga on Monday 16 and Tuesday 17 April is designed for school students who’ve expressed an interest in degrees such as animal science, equine science, veterinary science, veterinary technology, science and general studies (science).More than 280 students and family members will attend relevant course information sessions over the two days, tour accommodation, the CSU Farm and Equine Centre, anatomy and research laboratories, learn about pathways into CSU, and support services for students including scholarships.MyDay events are also being held this week at CSU in Bathurst and Orange. See the full program here.

Media contact: Fiona Halloran , (02) 6933 2207

Media Note: The media is welcome to attend the follow MyDay practical sessions: equine science at the Equine Centre on Agricultural Avenue from 11am to 12noon on Monday 16  and Tuesday 17 April; animal science practical from 12noon to 1pm on Monday 16 and Tuesday 17 April in Sutherland Laboratories, building 268, near car park 67, Jingellic Place; CSU in Wagga Wagga.

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