Yalbalinga - which means 'to learn' in Wiradjuri.
Over two days, students will experience what it is like to live and study at the ANU. This holistic experience will see students take part in a number of select lectures, tutorials and activities from different departments and ANU colleges.
The activities will be fun while also giving you an idea of the huge range of areas you can choose to study. By attending the camp you will meet indigenous students your age from other schools who are also interested in knowing more about university. You will also have the opportunity to meet current ANU indigenous students and hear about their experiences of study at university. You will also experience living in an ANU residence
Yalbalinga runs once a year in July and is for ACT and NSW Indigenous students in years 10, 11 and 12.
Applications close March 31. Successful applicants will be notified by the end of April 2017.
Participating students are responsible for their transport to and from ANU Canberra. Accommodation, catering and workshop costs are covered by the Tjabal Centre and friends.