Visit Ingenuity

We welcome all visitors at Ingenuity, from primary and secondary students and their teachers, to industry members and the general public.
Admission is free.

Ingenuity is an exhibition featuring a range of interactive, STEM-focused activities. It provides an insight into the variety of career opportunities available across architecture and built environment, science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

High school groups

Ingenuity is a unique opportunity for high school students to engage with university students, share in their experiences, and learn more about studying architecture, engineering, computer and mathematical sciences at the University of Adelaide. High school groups will also have the opportunity to attend a 20-minute presentation, featuring guest speakers and explaining how to get the most out of attending Ingenuity.

High school teachers can sign up for priority updates in the lead up to the event.

register here

Primary school groups

Ingenuity introduces young students to the different disciplines within architecture, engineering, computer science and mathematics, and demonstrates how they can be used to solve problems. Primary school teachers are encouraged to bring students in years 5-7 and allow up to two hours for the excursion. Primary school groups will also have the opportunity to attend a 20-minute presentation, featuring guest speakers and explaining how to get the most out of attending Ingenuity.

Primary school teachers can sign up for priority updates in the lead up to the event.

register here

Industry members

Ingenuity is a great way to identify potential candidates for graduate recruitment opportunities and network with other STEM industry professionals. We welcome visitors from industry.

Alumni

Ingenuity provides an excellent platform for alumni to meet the next generation of innovators, game-changers and problem solvers.

General public

Are you interested in STEM or considering a career in a STEM field? Come along to Ingenuity to find out more about potential careers and to see our students’ innovative projects in action.