RMIT Scavenger Hunt

RMIT Scavenger Hunt is a simple, yet tremendously entertaining activity where you will tackle a variety of creative and challenging task.

How it works

First up, you’ll need to register to take part in the RMIT Scavenger Hunt.

You’ll be given instructions with a list defining specific items to design and activities to complete. 

An ‘RMIT Logo’ will need to be included in your uploaded items.

Tick as many activities as you can before the deadline on the session you have registered for and go in the chance to win one of the prizes below.

 

Prizes will be offered to

1. The more creative uploaded items.

2. The student with the most things/activities ticked off on their scavenger hunt list.

3. The student who has the most unique attempted activities or task.

4. The correct answers for set questions.

 

Prizes

  • 1st Prize - Apple IPad 
  • 2nd Prize - $200 Visa Gift Card
  • 3rd Prize - $100 Visa Gift Card

There are also 2 spot prizes for RMIT hoodies.

Once you have registered, you will receive more information and instructions.

Register now to take part in this awesome activity. 

 

* This event is strictly for secondary school students in years 9, 10, 11 & 12.

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