FEAST 30 June - 4 July 2013
Registrations are now closed for FEAST 2013. We had an overwhelming number of applications this year and applicants will be notified by Monday 13 May if they are successful. In the coming months we will begin accepting 'Expressions of Interest for 2014".
Future Experiences in Agriculture, Science and Technology (FEAST) is a five day residential program designed to inspire and inform high school students of the range of exciting and rewarding science careers in the agriculture, animal, plant and food sectors.
Advantages of attending FEAST
• meet other students with similar interests
• explore science disciplines through hands on activities and workshops
• attend industry run sessions reinforcing the many exciting career outcomes on offer to graduates
• experience living in the Halls of Residence and take part in fun social and sporting activities
• chat with current university students and staff and have all your questions answered
• expand your knowledge of UQ study options and programs, careers and campus life
Cost: $325.00 Price includes accommodation, all meals, activities and bus tours.
Where: The University of Queensland Gatton Campus
When: Check in Sunday 30 June and depart Thursday 4 July 2013
Enquiries: Email email@example.com
FEAST is open to students in years 10, 11 and 12 however preference will be given to year 11 and 12 students.
For more information on our science programs visit: www.science.uq.edu.au/future-undergrad
Check out some recent testimonials from our 2012 FEAST cohort
“It was a fantastic experience and I would encourage others to apply” Kate Penfold, Toowoomba SHS
“All of the workshops really helped me to decide on the university subjects I would like to study” Jessie O’Sullivan, The Cathedral College
“Great exposure to different areas of science so I can figure out what I want to do” Samantha Burns, Mount Alvernia College
“We weren’t just sitting around learning, it was hands on” Tamara Noble, Nanango SHS
“This is a great program which helped me to realise which careers are of interest to me in the future” Thomas Labone, St Joseph’s College
“I learnt a lot about uni and all the potential courses and options and where it can lead me and it was great talking to people already at uni” Dimity Banbrick, Yeppoon SHS