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Future Options

What are my future options?

After you finish school, there’s a whole wide world of options out there for you. Maybe you want to study. Maybe you want to work. Maybe you want to travel. But how do you know what the right choice is for you? Well, you’ve got lots of options. And if one pathway doesn’t quite fit, …

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Join the NTPFES Cadets

The NT Police, Fire and Emergency Services (NTPFES) Cadet program is a two-year program for students commencing year 11. The program runs in Darwin and Alice Springs. As a NTPFES Cadet, you will participate in fun and educational activities such as: Earning a Certificate II in Community Engagement and a Certificate III in Business An …

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The Business Cadetships in Melbourne Program

A reminder to Year 12 students who are interested in a business career that Business Cadetship applications close on 17 August 2022. By this date, both your Application Form and School Assessment are due in. You can read more about the program here. Apply online: www.businesscadetships.com.au

University in the UK

Applying to University in the UK from Australia

If you’d like to study in the UK, there are a few things that you’ll need to know.   Step 1 – Find out about Student Visa requirements   It’s a great idea to start by looking at the UKCISA (UK Council for International Student Affairs) website. They specialise in providing advice and information to …

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Co-op Scholarships

What you need to know about Co-op Scholarships

Successfully applying for a co-op scholarship could do much more for you than simply covering your costs.   Premium scholarships with extra value   Scholarships are generally sums of money donated to applicants who meet the eligibility requirements specific to that scholarship. There are thousands available in Australia. They could really make a difference to …

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Update to Occupational Therapy at CQUni

Thinking of studying Occupational Therapy at CQUniversity? The Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) at CQUni has been recently updated – it’s now a quota course. This means there are a limited number of places available for students each year. Importantly, this also means you won’t be able to apply for this degree through CQUni’s Principal’s …

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Study Overseas – information from the Australian Government

The Australian Government has put together some information for students planning to Study Overseas –  there are lots of useful tips, advice and  links to resources that could help you to make it all happen. Read more – https://www.smartraveller.gov.au/before-you-go/activities/studying

On Campus vs Online Study

The past couple of years have seen a huge uptake in universities moving their learning online, and it’s an option that’s more popular and accessible than ever. But for some people, it’s not quite the same as being able to attend classes on campus. So what’s the best option for you if you’re looking to …

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JMC Academy Early Entry

Why wait for your ATAR to be released to know how you’ll be spending the next few years of your study time? Apply through JMC’s Early Entry program to secure your conditional offer in our February 2023 intake before you even sit your final exams! What are the benefits of early entry? Stress less about …

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Career mapping: where to after school?

Many students are uncertain about their next steps after Year 12. But – as Phillip Williamson, Head Teacher Careers for the NSW Government’s Educational Pathways Program, writes – it’s vital to go easy on yourself, self-reflect and do your research. The most important thing, he advises, is to focus on your direction, not your destination. …

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Medicine, Vet and Dental applications now open at Charles Sturt

2023 applications are now open for Charles Sturt’s Doctor of Medicine, Bachelor of Veterinary Science and Bachelor of Dental Science through UAC. If you’re thinking of studying vet science, you’ll also need to complete this form and a predicted ATAR letter. For the Doctor of Medicine and Dental Science, you must have registered and sat …

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Pathways into Paramedicine at VU

Did you know there’s a TAFE pathway into paramedicine at VU? Students who complete the Certificate III in Non-Emergency Patient Transport at VU Polytechnic can secure a place in the Diploma of Emergency Health Care and then the Bachelor of Paramedicine, with one year credit – so you can become a paramedic in three years. …

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Business Cadetships in Melbourne

For Year 12 students who are interested in business, why wait until you finish university to launch your career? Secure your future now by applying for a cadetship under the Business Cadetships in Melbourne Program. Business Cadets combine study at the university of their choice in Melbourne with paid work at UBS, a top-ranking global …

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START QUT STEM Intensive

START QUT (STEM Intensive) is the delivery of a first year QUT STEM unit in a two week intensive study program in the summer holidays, 9-20 January 2023. This unique program is designed for current Year 11 students entering Year 12 in 2023. You can participate in one of our study units to see the …

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QUT Year 12 Early Offer Scheme

The Year 12 Early Offer Scheme can provide certainty about your future options, with an offer to study at QUT before receiving your ATAR, IB Diploma or VET Diploma. If eligible, you’ll receive an offer for your QTAC first preference the day you complete Year 12. The scheme includes more than 50 single and double …

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Lincoln University STAR Programme

If you are a secondary school student you can make an early start on your journey towards gaining a highly sought after qualification and a future in the thriving food and fibre, and environmental sectors. STAR (Secondary Tertiary Alignment Resource) allows you to enrol in first year degree-level courses while in Year 12 or 13. …

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Decision Making Upskilling Program

Being able to make well-informed choices will differentiate you from others, win you friends and show your leadership potential at work. Grandshake’s new 40-minute microprogram, How to Make Great Decisions, will teach you how to make the right choices, process hard decisions, act autonomously and work as a team. Find out more: https://www.grandshake.co/product/how-to-make-great-decisions

UNSW Law Admission Test (LAT)

If you’re a domestic applicant and would like to study the Bachelor of Laws at UNSW, you’ll need to sit the Law Admissions Test (LAT). Your LAT score, in addition to your academic results, such as ATAR + adjustment factors, is used in UNSW’s selection process. The 2022 LAT is on Thursday, 29 September 2022. …

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Early offers made through UAC

Because UAC has several offer rounds in the first half of the year, many Year 12 students ask us if they can receive an offer now. The short answer is ‘no’: the first UAC offers to Year 12 students will be made to Schools Recommendation Scheme (SRS) applicants on 11 November 2022. Offers made then are …

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IBM SkillsBuild for Students

Explore new technologies, build skills that are foundational for the workplace, and earn professional badges to show what you’ve learned – all for free. IBM SkillsBuild offers free online courses in a huge variety of different areas. Learn technical skills in new technologies like artificial intelligence and cloud computing, or learn about the important skills …

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Virtual Open Day top tips

Virtual Open Day top tips

Open Days are an opportunity to answer any questions & find out everything else you need to know about university before you enrol. If you can’t go along in person to an on-campus Open Day, or the institution you’d like to check out isn’t offering one, online Open Days can be really valuable as well. …

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Business and Commerce

What’s the difference between a Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Commerce?

Business vs Commerce   If you’re keen to study business at university, you might already be looking into your future degree. And you also might have run into this conundrum – should I study a Bachelor of Business or a Bachelor of Commerce? You might even be wondering, are these two degrees even different? We’re …

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La Trobe Cyber in Schools (CIS)

La Trobe has joined forces with Quantum Victoria and Cisco Networking Academy to help improve young Australians’ skills and awareness of personal privacy and cybersecurity. This nation-wide initiative is open to students in years 9 to 12 and provides six unique programs, where students can explore the importance of data privacy, understand cybercrimes and security, …

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Application Tips with Macquarie University

Learn how to maximise your applications for direct entry, early entry, and scholarships in this short video. Lucy from Study Work Grow is joined by Tristan and Rhiannan from Macquarie University’s Future Students Team, and they discuss some of the key things to think about when putting together your university applications.

Meet a Mentor - Aviation Careers Mentor Program

Meet a Mentor – Aviation Careers Mentor Program

Meet Yvette Payne –  Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Introducing Yvette who is one of the many awesome mentors in the Program. Born into an aviation family, Yvette (Vee), didn’t work in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME) until her early 20s. Vee first enjoyed several other roles including process line operator, logistics and also worked as an explosive ordnance technician; but …

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Pathways to Veterinary Science at Murdoch University

Pathways to Veterinary Science at Murdoch University

If you’ve got your heart set on becoming a Veterinarian, Murdoch University offer the combined Bachelor of Science / Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, this degree is accredited by the Australasian Veterinary Boards Council (AVBC) You can apply straight out of high school then graduate in 5 years time as a qualified Veterinarian ready to register in the …

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WHITEHOUSE Institute of Design Early Entry

WHITEHOUSE is committed to supporting students who have been presented with challenges over recent years. In 2022, WHITEHOUSE will assess applications based on first semester Year 12 results and some examples of your creative work, for guaranteed entry into WHITEHOUSE for February/March 2023. Current Year 12 students can apply from anywhere in Australia. WHITEHOUSE have …

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Cyber Academy – starting 2023

The Cyber Academy is home to Australia’s most unique, innovative educational program, and we’re throwing the doors open for the first time in 2023. The Cyber Academy is an exciting, inclusive, one-of-a-kind program co-designed by industry, education and government to fast-track students into a career in the cyber industry and boost Australia’s sovereign cyber capabilities. …

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ATAR Calculators

ATAR Calculators

What are they?   If you’re in Year 12, there’s usually one big thing on your mind: what will my ATAR be? Most universities and other institutions take applications well before exams are over and you receive your official ATAR. So how can you know whether you’re on the right track? This is what ATAR …

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How to be recruited as a student-athlete in the USA

Australia has a strong sporting culture, and playing college sport at US institutions can be a great fit for Aussies. But how do you communicate with US college coaches? Can you be recruited by US colleges from Australia? What are the three sporting associations? In this episode, hear from Aussie Heather Marini, a Division 1 …

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Talent Development Program

TDP’s School Program will inspire your creative talent and develop the resilience you require to pursue a professional career in the performing arts. The School Program is open to NSW Government high school students, in years 9, 10, 11 or 12. If you are singer, singer-songwriter, musical theatre performer, instrumentalist or part of a band, …

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SKILL UP for your future with TasTAFE

There’s never been a better time to gain the skills you need for your future. SKILL UP courses enable you quickly upskill, reskill or gain new skills, ready to enter into employment or change careers as Tasmania continues to recover from COVID-19. Courses are fee-free and depending on the course you choose, take a few …

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National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) 2023

Applications are now open for students who want to be a part of the National Youth Science Forum in 2023! The NYSF Year 12 Program offers an exciting range of in-person and digital science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) experiences for participants across Australia. If you’re a year 11 student (in 2022) and passionate about …

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My VET Journey

Vocational Education and Training (VET) opens doors to endless career opportunities. In this video, former VET students look back on their VET journey and how it shaped their successful careers. https://education.nsw.gov.au/public-schools/career-and-study-pathways/educational-pathways-program/resources/my-vet-journey Watch the full video here: https://education.nsw.gov.au/public-schools/career-and-study-pathways/educational-pathways-program/resources/my-vet-journey

Defence Civilian Undergraduate Sponsorship

The Department of Defence is offering sponsorships to students who have completed their secondary education and are interested in pursuing a degree as a civilian student on campus at the UNSW Canberra at ADFA. Civilian students will learn alongside military cadets who are training in order to join the Australian Defence Force in either the …

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Understanding Your Money Online Course

Understanding Your Money is a self-paced online course for high school students, offered as part of the University of Pennsylvania’s Global Youth Program. This course offers an introduction to fundamental economic concepts, investing, and basic money management to help you make smarter financial decisions. In addition to online video lessons delivered by Wharton faculty, the …

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A letter to my Year 12 self

Wondering what it’s like to be a university student? Meet fourth-year Bachelor of Arts/Law student Jessie Xiao as she writes to her Year 12 self about all the experiences awaiting her at UNSW. Read the full article here: https://www.news.futurestudents.unsw.edu.au/letter-my-year-12-self-jessies-perspective

The Aviation Careers Mentor Program

The Aviation Careers Mentor Program

Be inspired, take control and map your path to an exciting aviation career.    The Aviation Careers Mentor Program is open for applications now! The Program is designed to help women access exciting career opportunities across the aviation industry, focuses on defining aviation career goals and building a plan to achieve these goals with the …

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Who should go to open days

Who should go to open days

The short answer is everyone. Well that is to say anyone who is planning on a tertiary education (and that includes TAFE and VET of course). Perhaps you think that Year 12’s are the only people who should go to Open Days. Well they are definitely a large part of the target audience that’s for …

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Careers in Psychology

Careers in Psychology

Not sure what a career in Psychology is all about but intrigued by the idea? There are lots of fields of Psychology worth exploring, we’ve researched some of them.   What is a Psychologist? Let’s start with the basics. Psychology is the study of the human mind and behaviour, it’s classed as an applied science. …

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How to get a White Card in Australia

How to get a White Card in Australia

If you’ve been looking into careers in Construction, even casual jobs you’d like to apply for, the chances are you’ll have seen references to having a White Card or General Construction Induction Card. What is a White Card? A White Card is a license that’s required if you need to enter and/or work on construction sites …

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How can I talk to the universities I'm thinking about?

How can I talk to the universities I’m thinking about?

Whether you’re planning to head off to university after high school or you’re still undecided, one of the best ways to get all your questions answered is to contact the universities directly. These days there are heaps of ways that you can reach out to them, they’ve made it pretty easy to get in touch. …

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Casper Test 2023

Casper Test | 2023 Admissions

What is the Casper test?   The Casper test is an online situational judgement test. Like the UCAT, it is an extra step you need to take before being admitted to some university degrees. When taking the test, you are given a series of hypothetical scenarios, and then must answer questions about how you would …

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DTF VIC Mentoring Women Program

The Mentoring Women program provides an opportunity for young women interested in economics to connect with female economists at the Department of Treasury and Finance. The program is open to high school students in Years 11 and 12, and university students who have not yet started their final year of undergraduate study. Students are paired …

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QUT Future You STEM

QUT Future You is set to teach students the importance of a STEM mindset, helping to guide a new generation of leaders, entrepreneurs, and innovators to build the jobs of Australia’s future. QUT Future You includes the STEM Summit and STEM Internships and is open to high-achieving Year 11 and 12 high-school students. Delivered in …

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Australia’s First Degree Apprenticeship Program

BAE Systems Australia and the employer association Ai Group will launch the nation’s first degree apprenticeship program in 2023. The program will be delivered by Victoria University, and aims to increase skilled participation in major defence projects. The program has already received the endorsement of major employers in the sector. The program will include on-the-job …

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CQUni I Pathway to Medicine

CQU’s Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathway to Medicine) provides a dedicated provisional entry pathway into UQ’s Doctor of Medicine. Delivered regionally at CQU’s Bundaberg and Rockhampton campuses, this course is an Australian first university hospital partnership between CQU, UQ and the Central Queensland and Wide Bay Hospital and Health Services. You’ll need to sit the …

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Indigenous Mentoring Programs

Indigenous Mentoring Programs

Indigenous Mentoring Programs are designed to help you get the most out of your education – at high school, TAFE or uni – or to open up opportunities through networking and experiences. Mentors could help you achieve all that and more by working on building your confidence, inspiring and motivating you, supporting you and believing …

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MedEntry Free UCAT Bootcamp

Let the leaders in medical entry guide you through UCAT, medical interviews and the admissions process with this free two-hour information session. The MedEntry UCAT Bootcamp covers: Tips from Dr Ray on how to secure your place in medicine Step-by-step breakdown of UCAT Strategies from students who achieved 99th percentile Techniques to maximise your performance …

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Take a Virtual Tour of Flinders

Want to see what a Flinders University campus is like but can’t make it? Flinders University has a virtual reality experience of their various campuses and buildings. Experience what life is like as a Flinders student, all from the comfort of your own home. You can take a look around campus here: https://cloudtour.cc/flinders/

Take a Virtual Tour of UTAS

Uni-View is an interactive virtual tour of the University of Tasmania. It showcases courses and programs from key areas in Student Learning, the College of Health and Medicine and the School of Creative Arts across 4 locations: the Sandy Bay Campus, the Newnham Campus, Hobart’s Medical Science Precinct and the Hunter Street Campus. Uni-View is …

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New Grandshake Upskilling Microprograms

Grandshake have just announced two new free Upskilling Microprograms for high school students. Each short 40 minute program will teach you important skills for the workplace, and give you practical tips on how you can use your new skills in your career. The two new programs are: Negotiation skills Project management skills See all of …

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Microsoft Mondays

Ready to learn amazing things and make some new friends? Girl Geek Academy and Microsoft have teamed up to present weekly online workshops to high school girls interested in coding and technology. Designed specifically for high school girls, you’ll hang out, meet new mates, and learn a new tech skill every Monday afternoon from 5:00-6:30pm …

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Torrens University Australia – Sport for Good

Get in on the action with Sport for Good. Developed in collaboration with human rights activist Craig Foster, this suite of free online short courses explores sport’s growing responsibility to promote positive change. You’ll investigate gender equality, climate action, anti-racism, refugee rights and religious freedom through the lens of sport – and through the eyes …

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Guaranteed accommodation at ANU

Want peace of mind knowing your place to live is secured for 2023? With direct applications open now, the Australian National University is also offering guaranteed accommodation to anyone who receives an early offer to study. ANU has a wide range of accommodation options – check them out here. Direct applications close on 23 May, …

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Join the Girls’ Programming Network

Whether you’re just starting out or you’re a programming pro, we’re sure you’ll have a great time at GPN! Each school term around Australia, the Girls’ Programming Network (GPN) runs free, full-day programming workshops hosted by local technologists and teachers. The events are all about learning together, making new friends and having fun with tech. …

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Curtin Girls Engineering Tomorrow

The Girls Engineering Tomorrow (GET) program targets female senior secondary students studying pre-requisite mathematics and offers them tutoring support, and exposure to engineering activities, courses, role models and careers. The Year 11 program is an intensive out-of-school course of 10 sessions run fortnightly over two school terms. Each session comprises of a maths tutoring component …

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Ocean Youth Program

Ocean Youth is about building tomorrow’s leaders and change makers to conserve and protect our oceans. As part of the program you will gain skills and implement solutions to some of the big, hairy issues our oceans face, and influence others to do it too. The face to face program is aimed at high school …

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UNSW GIE FEAS Program

The GIE FEAS Program is a new alternate pathway program for female-identifying high school students in Year 11 and 12 (school year 2022) who will be applying for an eligible engineering degree at UNSW Sydney and expecting an ATAR within the FEAS eligibility* range. If you’re a student who wants to make a difference in the world, has an …

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Introduction to Actuarial Science with ANU

You may have heard of actuarial science, or you might even know an actuary, but do you know what an actuary does? The actuarial profession is a very attractive option for students with a strong mathematical background, being both well remunerated and having an abundance of career path options. During this online course, created by …

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Torrens University Australia – Career Crush Quiz

Want to turn your natural talents into a dream job? The Torrens University Australia Career Crush is an online quiz that reveals high school students’ personal strengths, passions and aspirations to match you with the careers and courses you’re most compatible with. Career Crush not only delivers a personality profile, compatible careers and courses, but …

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Bond University Student for a Semester

Calling all ambitious Year 11 and 12 students from Brisbane, Gold Coast and Northern NSW Bond University’s Student for a Semester program gives high achieving year 11 and 12 students the opportunity to gain an authentic university experience before they finish high school. Student for a Semester students enrol in a Bond University subject, attend …

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University of Sydney New Pharmacy Degrees in 2023

From 2023, the University of Sydney will offer new combined degrees for school leavers who want to study pharmacy. You will now gain a Bachelors and Masters degree, as well as completing the intern training program and supervised practice requirements in the same amount of time that would take to complete a standalone undergraduate degree …

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New Bachelor of Medical Science (Laboratory Medicine) at Flinders University

Medical Science at Flinders University has built a strong reputation in industry throughout its 25 year history. Now students have the opportunity to gain credentials and expand their career horizons into Laboratory Medicine via the Bachelor of Medical Science (Laboratory Medicine). The new specialisation has been designed with support from SA Pathology’s Chief Scientist and …

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Cadetships in Australia

Cadetships in Australia

Earn and learn with a cadetship   If you want a way to get some valuable hands-on work experience while you study, cadetships are the perfect way to do it. Similar to an apprenticeship, you’ll get to work with an employer in a relevant field, all while completing your studies – and best of all, …

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PCA Business Cadetships Program

For Year 12 students who are interested in business, why wait until you finish university to launch your career? Secure your future now by applying for a cadetship under the Business Cadetships Program. Cadetships are open to students from all schools. Business Cadets combine study at the university of their choice in Sydney with paid …

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CODEFLIX

CODEFLIX is an online STEM, coding, robotics and digital technologies education platform for kids. Create real games, software apps, and animations with today’s leading coding languages by following step-by-step tutorials for beginners through to advanced experience levels. Find out more: https://codeflix.com.au/ Email: codeflix@jnrengineers.com Phone: 1300 089 344

Junior Engineers

Junior Engineers deliver fun, engaging and educational programs in STEM, coding and robotics for kids aged 7+ both in person and online. Junior Engineers offer after school, holiday camps and private tutoring Australia-wide via a network of qualified instructors. The curriculum is developed by experienced educators and covers the fundamentals of coding and teaches problem-solving …

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FCA XV Essential Skills Program

In a landmark partnership between Australian College of Physical Education (ACPE), Football Coaches Australia (FCA) and XVenture, young people can now access and gain a credit towards a selection of ACPE undergraduate Bachelors’ Degrees with the completion of a unique and immersive new virtual reality-based program. The FCA XV Essential Skills Program is made up …

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BrainSTEM Innovation Challenge

The BrainSTEM Innovation Challenge is a STEM mentoring program for Year 9-10 high school students. Working in teams of 4-5 students, you will have the chance to work with and be mentored by professional in the STEM field to design, research and develop a real-world application. Mentoring sessions are held during school hours either online …

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Extra-Curriculars aren't just for kids

Extra-Curriculars aren’t just for kids

  Do More With Your Life   When you’re at school, you have plenty of opportunities to be involved in things that aren’t just school work. You can play music or sport, work at a part-time job, get involved in the school production, volunteer, and plenty of other things besides. Once you leave school, though, …

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UCAT ANZ for Medicine and Dentistry in 2022

UCAT ANZ for Medicine and Dentistry in 2023

The University Clinical Aptitude Test is a compulsory test that you may have to sit in order to apply for some degrees in the fields of Medicine or Dentistry. It is designed to help universities select applicants with the appropriate abilities and professional behaviours required to practice successfully as a doctors or dentists. It is …

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Learning and Change – a message from the President of the ASPA

Welcome back to school for 2022 In these times of uncertainty, Andrew Pierpoint, President of the Australian Secondary Principal’s Association, has offered to share some words of wisdom – take a look below. Happy New Year to you and welcome to the 2022 academic school year. I am sure that this year you will be …

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University of Sydney | Year 10 Subject Selection Guide

University of Sydney | Year 10 Subject Selection Guide

If you’re in Year 10 this year, the end of Year 12 and what comes after that might seem a long way off. But you’ll need to start thinking about it soon, because some university courses will require you to choose certain elective subjects in Years 11 and 12. This guide from the University of …

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Getting ready for Year 11 & 12

If you’re just starting senior school this year, congratulations! You might have some questions and concerns about what’s ahead for the next two years. Education NSW has put together some handy resources to help guide you through this difficult but rewarding time. They have a handy checklist, and lots of resources you can download and …

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How and why you might need to register for the SAT

How and why you might need to register for the SAT

Australian students who’d like to apply to study at universities overseas may well need to complete an SAT exam as part of the application process. What is the SAT?   The SAT is a standardised, multiple-choice, pencil-and-paper entrance exam that’s widely used for college admissions in the United States (and some other countries).   Read …

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Australian Federal Police | Directions Program

The AFP Directions Program recognises the valuable contributions First Nations people make to policing for a safer Australia. It also helps ensure the AFP’s workforce is representative of the communities we serve.  The 12-month integrated employment and development program is located in Canberra and runs annually from February to February. It provides permanent, full-time employment in specialist and …

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Torrens University Australia – Not too late to apply

At Torrens University Australia, their next trimester commences on the 14th of February, so it’s not too late to apply. So why study with Torrens? They have removed ATAR as an entry requirement, for good Small class sizes Your own personal Success Coach to help you navigate university life A focus on practical, hands-on learning …

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Study Overseas at the University of Oxford

Oxford is one of the most international universities in the world. Today, one third of its students, including 21% of undergraduates, are international citizens, and come from over 150 countries. Find out more about: how to apply as an international student applying using international qualifications visa and immigration information English language requirements interview arrangements Click …

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Study Medicine And Get Your HECS Debt Eliminated

Study Medicine And Get Your HECS Debt Eliminated

If you’re interested in pursuing a career in medicine and already live or wouldn’t mind living in remote or regional areas around Australia, there’s good news. The Federal Government has announced that from January 2022 new graduate Doctors and Nursing practitioners could be eligible to take part in a new scheme to have their university …

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University Offers and your options explained

Congratulations to all Year 12 school leavers on the amazing achievement of completing your school education. For those of you planning on heading off to university, or for parents with children heading off, the wait for your ATAR results is nearly over and the next chapter of your lives is about to begin. Hopefully your …

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