Future Students

Invite Deakin to your event

To arrange for Deakin to visit your school, please complete as many fields as possible in the form below. Please ensure you submit this form at least four weeks prior to your event.

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Contact details

Is the event optional for students?

Is the event to be help during lunchbreak?

Do you require a Deakin information stand? (ie. expo table)

Do you require a Deakin presentation?
(Time required: 30-40 minutes)

If yes, please specify any specific areas of interest you would like highlighted:

Do you require a speaker from a specific faculty/course area?
Please note presentations from course representatives take around 30 minutes

If yes, please select from which course/faculty area(s):

Event information

Please indicate what equipment is available for presenters:

Venue details
Please provide clear parking instructions
Access to venue

Will assistance be available for loading and unloading?

Does access to the venue involve climbing stairs?

Is there a ramp available?

Are there any restrictions on the route between the venue and parking

Is adequate lighting available if after dark?

Emergency procedures, if applicable

Will the school staff member supervising the visit be aware of emergency procedures in the event of an emergency (fire/medical or otherwise?)

Deakin University complies with the Information Privacy Act 2000 (Vic.) in its treatment of personal information.

The above information is collected for the purposes of providing the information you have requested about Deakin University. If all the information requested is not provided we may not be able to fulfill your request.

You have a right to gain access to your personal information held by the University. Requests for access to personal information are managed under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (Vic.). The University's information privacy policy may be viewed at http://theguide.deakin.edu.au or by contacting the Privacy Officer on +61 3 9246 8114.

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4th October 2011