Take advantage of our excellent selection of events and programs for high school students and teachers, including a wide range of hands-on activities, on and off campus school visits, our Gifted & Talented program, and public talks by the brightest minds in science. Many of our programs are specifically designed to not only complement the high school curriculum, but also the diverse needs of students who have a passion for science. Discover more.

Gifted & Talented Discovery Program

New challenges and an on-campus experience for talented high school science students (Yr 8-10).

Sydney Science Experience

Talks and hands-on activities related to forensics. Includes DNA analysis, blood typing, and identifying fibres from a crime scene (Yr 10-11).

Kickstart Science

The opportunity for HSC students to do experiments and demonstrations of key ideas in the syllabus on campus.

Departmental Activities

From Biology and Chemistry to Maths and Museums, join us on campus for a half-day of hands-on science activities.

Sydney Science Forum

An annual public lecture series on the
latest in scientific research, ideas, possibilities and innovations.

School Visits

Tailor a visit to the University for you and your students, or invite a Faculty of Science representative to come to you!

Camden Open Day

Explore the fascinating world of agriculture, environment, science and veterinary
science at the University of Sydney’s Camden Open Day.

Agriculture HSC Seminar

Spend a day on valuable revision and case studies of current research for the HSC Agriculture and Primary Industries courses at our Agriculture HSC Seminar.

Dr Karl Kruszelnicki

Why not catch a Dr Karl’s free “Great Moments in Science’’ talk during your next tour to the University?

Sleek Geeks Eureka Prizes

If you’re a teacher or a student in primary school, high school or university, check out this great video competition.

Science Alliance Calendar

Download the Science Alliance calendar to find out more about our wide range of programs for school students and teachers.