Frequently asked questions 

Why should I come to Chisholm’s Open Day?
Explore our world-class facilities firsthand and speak to our teachers to get a real sense of what study here is like. You can also try your hand at different areas to see not only what the learning environment is like, but the different things you’ll learn, and why our delivery means 87 per cent of our graduates are in a job or further study once they complete their training with us.

Where do I start?
Building W. That’s on the Cleeland St entrance of the campus. There’s plenty of parking just outside the building. If you enter from Stud Rd, you’ll just need to drive down to the other side of the campus, or take the free shuttle if you’ve been dropped off or come by public transport. Alternatively it will take you about 10 minutes’ walk from one side of the campus to the other and you’ll see all the different faculties along the way.

There’ll be plenty of advice and career counsellors at Building W, and it’s a great starting point to take a tour to one of our teaching areas.

How do I get around?
Walking around campus is the best way. Our campus is wheelchair and pram accessible across all our buildings. There’s also a free shuttle bus that can take you from one side of the campus to the other if you prefer.

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Frequently asked questions 

Why should I come to Chisholm’s Open Day?
Explore our world-class facilities firsthand and speak to our teachers to get a real sense of what study here is like. You can also try your hand at different areas to see not only what the learning environment is like, but the different things you’ll learn, and why our delivery means 87 per cent of our graduates are in a job or further study once they complete their training with us.

Where do I start?
Building W. That’s on the Cleeland St entrance of the campus. There’s plenty of parking just outside the building. If you enter from Stud Rd, you’ll just need to drive down to the other side of the campus, or take the free shuttle if you’ve been dropped off or come by public transport. Alternatively it will take you about 10 minutes’ walk from one side of the campus to the other and you’ll see all the different faculties along the way.

There’ll be plenty of advice and career counsellors at Building W, and it’s a great starting point to take a tour to one of our teaching areas.

How do I get around?
Walking around campus is the best way. Our campus is wheelchair and pram accessible across all our buildings. There’s also a free shuttle bus that can take you from one side of the campus to the other if you prefer.

Frequently asked questions 

Why should I come to Chisholm’s Open Day?
Explore our world-class facilities firsthand and speak to our teachers to get a real sense of what study here is like. You can also try your hand at different areas to see not only what the learning environment is like, but the different things you’ll learn, and why our delivery means 87 per cent of our graduates are in a job or further study once they complete their training with us.

Where do I start?
Building W. That’s on the Cleeland St entrance of the campus. There’s plenty of parking just outside the building. If you enter from Stud Rd, you’ll just need to drive down to the other side of the campus, or take the free shuttle if you’ve been dropped off or come by public transport. Alternatively it will take you about 10 minutes’ walk from one side of the campus to the other and you’ll see all the different faculties along the way.

There’ll be plenty of advice and career counsellors at Building W, and it’s a great starting point to take a tour to one of our teaching areas.

How do I get around?
Walking around campus is the best way. Our campus is wheelchair and pram accessible across all our buildings. There’s also a free shuttle bus that can take you from one side of the campus to the other if you prefer.