High school engagement

At the School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences we believe that maintaining close contact with schools plays an important role in planning and improving the provision of quality education to future students.

Find out more about the ways in which we engage with high schools below. 

Academic visits to your school

Our academic staff can visit schools to:

  • make presentations on studying human movement sciences (sport and exercise science, clinical exercise physiology, health, sport and physical education) or nutrition sciences to school groups as part of a range of activities integrated into campus visits;
  • visit schools to deliver presentations to students interested in pursuing a career in human movement sciences or nutrition sciences;
  • be involved in school career events;
  • take part in Guidance Officers’ Conferences held on campus to assist school guidance officers and career advisors in providing advice to students about studying and careers in human movement sciences or nutrition sciences.

To request a visit or a presentation, please email hmns@enquire.uq.edu.au or phone (07) 3365 6240.

Visit us at HMNS

UQ HMNS School Visits Program is an educational opportunity for secondary students to apply their learning in Senior PE. Students enjoy hands-on involvement in the science supporting Australia's elite athletes. They complete a variety of authentic tasks and learning experiences throughout their visit which can be integrated to your chosen physical activity.

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Campus tours

Find out more about campus tours.