Exploring their options

Southland Girls' High School pupils Dannika Collins (left) and Jade Win (both 17) have their hair curled by Otago Polytechnic level 4 hairstyling students Kayla McKenzie (left) and Sara Elliott.

Dannika and Jade were among about 5000 secondary school pupils from across the South Island who visited the Otago Polytechnic and the University of Otago for their tertiary open days yesterday.

The annual open days give senior secondary school pupils the chance to visit the Dunedin campuses, investigate the degrees they want to study for, attend talks by academics and tour the facilities.

PHOTO: GERARD O'BRIEN

 

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