The ASMS is a great place to hold conferences, shows and workshops. If this is something you’d like to do please contact our events co-ordinator on firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss this further.
ASMS teachers work in interdisciplinary teams to plan, teach, support and assess students learning. More information on our teaching teams is outlined in this short video.
The learning commons are flexible learning spaces which can accommodate one or more groups of people. Flexible furniture, ICT workstations, data projectors and speaker systems mean that people can listen to a lecture, discuss ideas as a class, work in small groups, or work individually, depending on the task at hand.
Studios are specialized learning areas. Science, control technology, human movement, avionics, and audio visual studios have been equipped with the latest learning tools. The Avionics Studio includes a Synthetic Flight Simulator. The Ideation Studio is a space for students and teachers to work both independently and collaboratively on projects that incorporate the skills of designing and making. Utilising technologies such as 3D printers, laser cutters and robotics, this innovative space empowers our students to take a hands-on approach to their learning and to experiment with boundless possibilities.
A multiscreen videoconference facility allows face to face contact with students, teachers and academics from around the world.
ASMS students and staff have access to a section of Flinders University’s Library facilities through the Sturt Library and can access the full range of databases and services.
A cafeteria is provided for ASMS students by Flinders University. Decafe provides an extensive range of food and drink options. A changing menu of hot meal options, as well as fresh sandwiches, rolls and baked goods are on offer.
Gym & Oval
Students can practice team sports and take part in social competitions in the Sturt Gym. An expansive lawned area next to the ASMS is available for organized games and other recreational activities.