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Emily AceSouth Western Times
Bachelor of Arts third-year student Madison Sherratt is preparing parasols for the interactive painting activity at the ECU South West open day.
Camera IconBachelor of Arts third-year student Madison Sherratt is preparing parasols for the interactive painting activity at the ECU South West open day. Credit: Jon Gellweiler

Prospective students will have the opportunity to take a glimpse into campus life when Edith Cowan University South West Bunbury opens its doors on Sunday from 12pm to 3pm.

The Open Day is free to attend and will include access to the “Mind Reading Career Finder” for those unsure about which career path to pursue, campus tours, an informative Study Area Expo and more.

This year, one lucky visitor will have the chance to win a $2000 voucher to help with study essentials by visiting checkpoints across the campus.

Senior lecturer Dr Donna Mazza welcomed high school leavers and mature aged students to discover everything the university had to offer.

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“The art program will have an exhibition on, so there will artworks and paintings in here done by our students at various stages of their study,” she said.

“There will also be a display of work by our writing students and Madison will be doing our parasol painting activity, so people can see what we actually do here in the arts program and have the opportunity to talk with staff.

“It is fun, they can come and make a mess and get some tips from our art students.

“They can see they can actually do something locally which is competitive with what they have up in the city.”

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