UniSA Connect

UniSA Connect programs are a suite of enriching opportunities and experiences linked to the school curriculum aiming to promote educational attainment and enthuse students to pursue STEM study pathways.

The programs will inspire science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) study and career awareness for school students. They focus on a variety of areas including:

  • A Maze Maths
  • Engineering Day
  • Focus on Physics
  • Mathematical Modelling 2D to 3D
  • Science Booster
  • Sports Science GPS and Energy Systems
  • STEM for Humanity
  • STEM Girls
  • Teacher Professional Learning

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MOD.

MOD. at UniSA is a futuristic museum of discovery. It’s a place to be and be inspired. We want to inspire young people about science and technology, showcasing how research shapes our understanding of the world around us to inform our futures. Our exhibitions are designed for 15-25 year olds, with the interactivity aimed at this older audience. This is not to say that people under 15 years will not be entertained, but they may need guidance to be engaged. MOD. is like no other museum experience in Australia. We sit at the intersection of art and science and we bring together researchers, industries, and students to challenge, learn, and be inspired. We have seven gallery spaces that can be explored.

School groups are welcome to come and explore the captivating gallery spaces and experience the activities including:

  • Guided and self-guided tours of the exhibition
  • MOD.ULE, a whole-day workshop, in collaboration with UniSA Connect
  • a presentation from MOD. Director, Dr Kristin Alford about Navigating the Future

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SAMSTAG museum

Samstag Museum of Art is one of the University of South Australia’s leading creative centres; its establishment, in 2007, reflects the University’s determination to make a dynamic contribution to the intellectual and cultural life of South Australia and to the Australian tertiary education sector. Samstag presents a changing exhibitions program of contemporary visual art, and art of the past that has relevance for us today. The program is intended to be of broad interest and educational value to a wide public community.  The museum additionally manages the University of South Australia Art Collection and administers the prestigious Samstag Scholarships on behalf of the American-based Trustee of the estate of Gordon Samstag. Samstag has been named in honour of two distinguished American benefactors to Australian culture, whose remarkable bequest provides opportunities for Australian artists to study overseas, through the University of South Australia.


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Samsung SMARTSchool at UniSA

As home to the largest cohort of teaching students in the state, the purpose-built SMARTSchool located at UniSA’s Magill Campus is a key initiative in the development of UniSA’s Education precinct. The new facility features an array of Samsung technology including large form screens, video walls, outdoor pcs, smart phones, watches and tablets, virtual reality headsets and a digitally connected environment like no other in South Australia. The facility is designed to be a flexible education space, which can be configured in a number of ways for specific teaching and learning experiences – it’s a way for people to work together in new ways.

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Other Activities

We are happy to discuss other specialised offerings such as:

  • UniSA College Pathways Presentation
  • UniSA International Presentation
  • Wirringka Student Services Presentation
  • Workshops
  • Booking a room at UniSA

How to book

  (08) 8302 7088