A week-long program for Indigenous high school students to discover the opportunities that studying engineering or information technology can provide.
At UTS the health and safety of our staff, students and extended community is our top priority.
In light of advice from NSW Health, Galuwa Engineering and IT Experience scheduled for July 2020 is now cancelled to help slow the spread of COVID-19 in the community.
Please register your interest below if you would like to keep up to date with any updates or future Galuwa events.
Galuwa means 'to climb' in the Gadigal language, and that's exactly what we want Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander high school students to do.
The 5-day program attracts students who are interested in the fields of engineering or IT, as well as those who have an aptitude for maths, creative thinking and problem solving and are unsure of which career path to follow.
The free program features interactive hands-on workshops, site visits with industry partners, cultural activities, information about career paths and lunch. Participants also hear inspirational talks from students, cadets and professionals.
|Who is this for?||Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in years 10–12|
|When is it held?||July school holidays|
|How much does it cost?||Free (includes all meals, transport and accommodation)|
|Where is it being held?||University of Technology Sydney and city locations|
|When should I apply?||Applications are currently closed. Please register your interest below if you would like to find out more about Galuwa Experiences.
For more information or assistance call our Outreach Officers at Jumbunna on 1800 064 312.
How to apply
Applications for the 2020 program are closed. You can register your interest in the experience by completing the online expression of interest form.
This program is possible with the support of:
- Lend Lease
Other available programs
Jumbunna Institute for Indigenous Education and Research also runs other outreach and engagement programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students as part of their vision to create a place where all Indigenous Australians have access to education and the benefits it brings.