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University Portfolio Entry

Portfolio Entry is an alternative pathway into university for students who may not meet the other requirements. It’s most commonly used for courses such as design, visual arts and architecture. Instead of basing your entry on ATAR alone, the university will also look at a portfolio of work you provide, which can boost your chances …

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Apply for the NAS HSC Intensive Studio Practice

The NAS HSC Intensive Studio Practice is endorsed by the NSW Education Standards Authority and has been offered by the National Art School to Year 11 Visual Arts students in all government and non-government high schools since 2000. This course is designed for students from both government and non-government seeking to further their studies in …

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Join the Aspiring Scholars Community

Applications are open for high-achieving secondary students in their final year who live in Australia outside of Victoria or in New Zealand, to join our online community of Aspiring Scholars – students connected by their interest in moving to Melbourne to study at the University of Melbourne. Through the community you’ll gain exclusive access to …

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Study Pharmacy at JCU

Previously only available at the Townsville campus, students looking to study pharmacy at James Cook University can do so in Cairns and Mackay as well. During the Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours) you will learn about the practical use of medicines, preventative healthcare strategies and effective communication. You will participate in over 600 hours of placement …

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NIDA School Holiday Workshops

NIDA are now taking bookings for their April school holiday workshops. If you want to learn more about acting, performance, design, theatre, singing, writing, and more, these workshops are the perfect chance to get a taste of NIDA and expand your skills. Workshops will be run in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Find out more and …

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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 4:30-6:00pm …

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UCAT ANZ for Medicine and Dentistry in 2022

UCAT ANZ for Medicine and Dentistry in 2022

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. Designed to help universities to select applicants the appropriate abilities and professional behaviours required to practice successfully as a doctors or dentists.  It is used in …

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Join Queensland Ballet Academy in 2022

Queensland Ballet Academy has opened pre-registration to express interest in auditioning for the 2022 intake of our Academy, Guest Academy and Pre-Professional Programs. If you are a dancer in Years 7 – 12, or recently graduated from high school, this is your first step towards auditioning with the Academy. Find out more and register here: …

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Flinders Extension Studies

Enrolments are now open for high achieving and independent learners to study at Flinders University (either on campus or online) to contribute towards their Year 12 results. The Extension Studies Program provides a taste of university life for high-achieving South Australian senior secondary school students, while also earning potential credit towards a Bachelor degree at …

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Study an Online Short Course with WSU

Whether you’re looking to upskill, pursue a new career or challenge yourself by learning something new, WSU’s range of Online Short Courses are ready for you. With courses available in Health, Information Technology, and Environmental Sustainability, there’s a range of options for you to explore. The short courses can be completed in as little as …

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The Science Experience

The Science Experience is a fun 3 or 4 days of science activities for Year 9 and 10 students. Each program is designed to provide students who have an interest in science with an opportunity to engage in a wide range of fascinating science activities under the guidance of scientists who love their work. The …

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New Undergraduate Certificates from the University of Newcastle

Are you looking for a pathway to university? Maybe you want to get a taste of a course before committing to a whole degree? Or maybe you want to find a quick way to upskill and enhance your job prospects? The University of Newcastle is now offering short Undergraduate Certificates, which can be completed in …

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Innovate Like a Startup Founder with SSE and TAFE NSW

Curious about starting a business? Working on an idea that excites you? In this short course from the Sydney School of Entrepreneurship and TAFE NSW, you’ll get a quick introduction to the methods and tools that you can use to develop innovative products and services. You’ll learn how to apply these tools to bring your …

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CSU’s Year 10 Guide

Are you in Year 10 and thinking of going to uni after school? If you’ve got your heart set on a dream career, or if you don’t quite know what you want to do yet, Charles Sturt University’s Year 10 Guide can provide you with some tips. It will get you thinking about the things …

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Study an Undergraduate Certificate with CDU

Study an Undergraduate Certificate 100% online from anywhere in Australia or on campus in Darwin with Charles Darwin University. An Undergraduate Certificate will get you straight into university and one semester closer to finishing a full degree, with up to four subjects credited towards a Bachelor’s degree. It takes as little as 6 months to …

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Learn a Language with IML at UQ

The Institute of Modern Languages (IML), part of the University of Queensland, offers courses in 30 languages. If you’re keen to travel the world one day, have friends or family that speak another language, or are just keen to learn, you can enrol now in one of their online courses. Anyone over 16 years of …

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Thoroughbred Breeders Australia Fast Track Program

Thoroughbred Breeders Australia has launched the Fast Track program to create a pathway for talented horse people to enter our industry. If you are passionate about horses this is an incredible opportunity: you will be employed and mentored on a respected stud farm; gain a formal qualification, plus have the opportunity to learn from leaders …

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Your Pathway to Engineering – from TAFE NSW to UTS

TAFE NSW are now offering a direct pathway into UTS’ engineering courses through their Diploma of Engineering – Technical. On successful completion of both the Diploma and an optional UTS Foundation Maths subject, students are able to receive 24 credit points (6 months of study) for a range of UTS engineering programs. Best of all, …

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Start TAFE Now at CQUniversity

CQUniversity Australia is a registered training organisation and through the Start TAFE Now program, offers Year 10, 11 and 12 high school students the opportunity to study a range of vocational education and training (VET) courses as part of their Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE). Students have the option to choose between certificate and diploma …

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Torrens University Australia – Not too late to apply

At Torrens University Australia, our next trimester commences on the 15th of February, so it’s not too late to apply. Why study with us? We 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 so …

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Bond University Student for a Semester

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. Participants enrol in a real university subject, attend classes on campus, complete assignments and gain access to our world-class facilities. Applications for the May 2021 semester will …

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University Disability Services

University Disability Services

For many high school students living with disabilities or ongoing health issues, the thought of heading off the university could seem like a massive challenge. However, universities these days (as well as most other tertiary education providers), recognise some of the issues that you might be facing. You’ll find that they offer a range of …

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ANU’s Remote Learning Experience Webinar Series

ANU has hosted a series of informative webinars, hosted by the ANU College of Science and the ANU College of Health & Medicine, speaking to current students studying different disciplines. Each webinar will focus on a different area of study, and the experiences of students studying in those fields, and what it has been like …

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TAFE NSW & JP Morgan First Step Program

The First Step Program has been developed for youth (aged 15-24) who are interested in taking the first step to gaining skills and knowledge towards employment and a successful career in the Liverpool/Miller area. This part-time pathway program, supported by J. P. Morgan offers free-free training to students in a supportive environment over a 4-month …

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Learn to Code with SheCodes

SheCodes offers online coding classes to women and girls from around the world. If you’ve always wanted to learn how to code, or more about how the internet works, user experience, and project management, you can learn with SheCodes. Not sure if you want to commit to a full workshop just yet? They also offer …

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Take a Short Course with The Gordon

The Gordon is offering a huge range of short courses in hospitality, tourism, health, science, art and design, as well as free Infection Control training for retail, hospitality, transport and logistics, and building and construction workers. A new year is a great time to pursue a new career path, refresh your skills or take up …

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Crimson Education | Five Reasons Why Studying In The US Is More Beneficial Than Australia

Given the US University lifestyle and academic level is significantly different compared to Australia, Crimson Education has created a blog to compare and contrast the US university experience to Australia. Read the full blog here: https://www.crimsoneducation.org/au/blog/admissions-news/five-reasons-why-studying-in-the-us-is-more-beneficial-than-australia

Study Event Management Online

Would you love a career in events or event management? The College of Event Management is offering a variety of courses, all available to study online. From complete foundations up to a Diploma, learn all about event management and whether or not it could be the perfect career for you. They also offer short courses …

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Study a Short Course at Flinders

Flinders University is offering a heap of online and face-to-face short courses throughout 2021. With courses from just 5 days up to 5 weeks in length, get a taste of your dream career in health, STEM, art and design, law, education and more. See what’s on offer and find out how to enrol here: https://www.flinders.edu.au/engage/community/short-courses

New Short Courses from USC

Looking to upskill in just 6 months, or want a pathway into a Bachelor Degree? USC is offering new Undergraduate Certificates in a wide range of areas, including business, health, STEM and more. These courses take as little as 6 months to complete, and can offer you credit into one of USC’s Bachelor Degrees upon …

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Introducing My Growth Hub

My Growth Hub has been developed by Online Courses Australia with support from the Queensland Government to deliver free online training and learning opportunities for COVID-19 impacted small business owners and Queenslanders. With hundreds of short courses across more than 20 industries including aged care, animal health, business, education and childcare, travel and tourism and …

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What’s the Difference Between Law, Justice and Legal Studies?

They might sound similar, but there are plenty of diverse career options available in law, justice and legal studies. Whether you want to practice as a lawyer, work in prisons, become a mediator, work in customs and border force, or become an advocate, these degrees will get you there. RMIT has asked some of their …

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Learn about Wildlife Conservation Online

Are you passionate about helping to protect the world’s natural resources? GVI are offering an online course in wildlife conservation. This course will give you a foundation knowledge of conservation, including learning about real life case studies. You’ll gain the skills needed to analyse protected areas, as well as the different methods of wildlife population …

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School of The New York Times Summer Academy

The Summer Academy Online program offers an immersive and interactive learning environment for high school students in Years 10-12 to pursue their passion and develop skills that will prepare them for the next phase of their academic lives. The online program provides students with direct access to industry professionals via live and recorded video sessions …

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Meet Bond’s Indigenous Medical Scholars

Myora Kruger and Joan Cassimatis are currently studying the Medical Program at Bond University. They are the first two Indigenous Medical Scholars to enter the program. They both came from different pathways to enter the Medical Program, but are enjoying their studies at Bond, and hope to make a difference in their communities in the …

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Study Fitness at CQUni

If you enjoy physical movement and would like to help motivate, build and maintain people’s health goals, studying fitness with CQUniversity offers a head-start in the right direction. CQUni currently offer the following courses: Certificate II in Sport and Recreation Certificate III in Fitness Certificate IV in Fitness Find out more about courses in sport …

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Big History Scheme at MQ

Did you know that you can earn extra adjustment points by taking a short course? As part of Macquarie’s Big History Scheme, if you complete the Big History: Connecting Knowledge MOOC, you can earn three additional points to your UAC selection rank if you apply to Macquarie in the future. Taking a short online course …

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Hear from an Indigenous Bond Alumna

Daijah Martens completed a Bachelor of Business through Bond’s Indigenous Scholarship program. Bond has released a video interview with Daijah detailing her journey at uni, her career since graduating, and what she hopes to achieve in the future. You can watch the video here: https://www.facebook.com/bonduniversity/posts/3875149949183805

CQUni Year 12 Uni Toolkit

Finishing high school is an exciting time. But sometimes the uni application process can be stressful and confusing. This is why CQUniversity has put together their Year 12 Uni Toolkit, packed with all the information you need on applying, studying, and life at uni. Get inspiration from current students on how they decided what to …

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17 More Cool Courses to Explore

17 More Cool Courses to Explore

Learning is never wasted, so any course or workshop that you attend could end up being one of the best things you ever did.   17 Cool Courses   If you’re looking to boost your resume, or just spend your time productively, here’s some great courses to check out:   Interested in launching your band …

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Take a Micro Class with Jschool Journalism College

Jschool Journalism College is offering a new micro unit: Newswriting Basics. This short course is ideal for high school students or anyone looking to get a taste of what journalism involves. Newswriting Basics will teach the fundamentals of writing news stories, including developing an understanding of the elements of news and the concept of news …

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Study a low-cost or free course with JobTrainer

JobTrainer is a new initiative from the government to help young people upskill and find work easier. Under the program, if you’re aged 17-24, you could be eligible for low-cost or fee-free training for in-demand courses. You can choose from a range of accredited diplomas, certificates and short courses in areas like health, aged and …

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Surprised by your ATAR?

Surprised by your ATAR? Bond University’s dedicated Regional Managers are available to help you explore program changes and alternative pathways for university next year. Contact your Regional Manager today for a personalised consultation about your study options and future career.

Summer Short Courses at endota Wellness College

Discover what studying Beauty Therapy is all about with a Nails & Tanning or Makeup short course. Commencing on the 5th of January and running over 8 days at our Alexandria campus, these short courses will give you a taste of hands-on training within Australia’s largest spa-network. These short courses are only open to NSW …

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Don’t miss out on January study within Australia’s largest spa network

Discover hands-on learning taught by industry-leading trainers at endota Wellness College. Join our connected and supportive community with study that suits your lifestyle, choose from full-time, part-time and distance education. Embark on your new journey in Beauty Therapy, Remedial Massage or Salon Management with endota Wellness College in January 2021. Now Enrolling: Diploma of Beauty …

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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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Why Law at Flinders University

Do you have a passion for law and justice? You might be considering studying law at university. Law student Matilda from Flinders University has shared some of her experience with studying law, as well as sharing some tips for students who might be on the fence. You can read the blog and find out more …

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Still weighing up your uni options? Make sure you talk to current students!

Congratulations, you made it through the HSC! It’s time to think about what comes next. Will you get the ATAR you need to get into your dream degree? Did you reach your goal and now are tossing up between your options? For some students, it can be tricky to decide what to purse once you’ve …

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Holiday Courses at AIE

Learn how industry experts make your favourite games and film with AIE’s Introductory 3D Animation and Games Development holiday courses. You can choose from workshops in game design, 3D animation and modelling, and more. The courses will be running between 18-29 January 2021 at the Sydney, Canberra and Adelaide campuses, and online for Melbourne students. …

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It’s not too late to visit ACU

Even though they aren’t running their group campus tours at the moment, you can still book to experience a guided tour through your nearest ACU campus. Join one of ACU’s experienced Student Ambassadors for a walk through the incredible nursing labs, moot courts, classrooms and more. Guided visits are currently running at the North Sydney, …

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Guaranteed Accommodation at UTAS

In 2021, UTAS is guaranteeing accommodation for all Australian students at their on campus accommodation. They have plenty of options to choose from at their Hobart, Launceston and Burnie campuses. And your deposit is refundable, so it’s ok if you change your mind later. Find out more about accommodation at UTAS here: https://www.accommodation.utas.edu.au/future-residents

COVID Adjustment Factors

COVID Adjustment Factors

COVID-19 has caused some big disruptions to schooling this year. If you feel like your studies have been affected and are worried about whether or not that means you can get into uni, don’t worry. Many universities are offering special adjustment factors to students who have been affected by COVID-19, and other disadvantages. These adjustment …

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Regional and remote students can get $5k to help them move for uni

If your child moves away from an outer regional or remote area, they may get the Tertiary Access Payment. This is a one-off payment of $5,000 in 2 instalments to students moving away for tertiary study. You need to be moving from an outer regional or remote area and starting university straight after finishing school. You …

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Specialise in Climate Law with Bond University

Specialise in Climate Law with Bond University

Bond University are offering students who are passionate, energetic and forward thinking, a world-first opportunity to specialise their Bachelor of Laws degree in Climate Law. There are a few options to consider, you could: Specialise by taking 4 of the 9 climate law subjects now being offered Major by incorporating 6 out of 9 climate …

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Four Interesting Facts About The UK University Application For Australians

Given the UK university application process is quite extensive in comparison to the Australian process, Crimson Education has come up with a list of four interesting facts about the UK university application process, specifically for Australian students. Read the blog here: https://www.crimsoneducation.org/au/blog/admissions-news/four-interesting-facts-about-the-uk-university-application-for-australians

Mater Education’s High School Health Adventure

If you’re in Year 10-12 and thinking that a career as a health professional is for you, then this program offers the opportunity to give the work a try and find out if you’ll love it. Plus it’ll count as valuable work experience on your resume. Using simulation, you’ll get three days immersed in the …

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Changing Preferences - Murdoch University

Changing Preferences – Murdoch University

Murdoch University have published a blog detailing all the options facing Year 12’s students who are applying to their university for 2021. It includes information about Admission Pathways available in 2020, as well as Changing Preferences – what you might need to know. There are links to further resources and TISC’s relevant pages. You can …

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Introducing Macquarie’s New On-Campus Accommodation

Designed as part of the Central Courtyard precinct, Macquarie University’s new premium accommodation offers 342 rooms. You have the choice of studio, twin, four or six bedroom apartments in this University-owned and managed accommodation. Your study and living experiences will be connected in a supportive, inclusive and healthy environment. Opening in early 2021, this exciting …

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Swinburne’s Ultimate Change of Preference Calendar

Once again Swinburne have nailed the Year 12 toolkit with their ultimate CoP Calendar. Making every important domestic offer and cut-off date available at a glance. They even remind you when to eat, sleep and head off for some R&R, and the days you’ll need to remember to breathe deeply. If you’re not going to …

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University of Wollongong First Year FAQs

If you’re heading to university and want to learn more about what to expect check out these comprehensive FAQs from the University of Wollongong. You can find out about ATARs, what kinds of degrees are available, alternative entry options, and how to accept an offer. Read the FAQs here.

UNSW Virtual Campus Tour

Can’t get to campus? You can still check out the UNSW Campus with a 360 Virtual Campus Tour. Start the tour here.

UNSW Guaranteed Entry

Simply put, Guaranteed Entry allows us to tell you today what selection rank (ATAR + Adjustment factors) will guarantee you a place in a particular degree here at UNSW. Find the selection rank you need for the degree you want by using the Guaranteed Entry widget here. If you have a selection rank at or above the published …

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Swinburne's VTAC-TICAL Toolkit

Swinburne’s VTAC-TICAL Toolkit

If you’re in Year 12 and hoping to study at Swinburne in 2021, they have put together a new page where you’ll find all the information, links and FAQ answers that you might need at this time of the year. You can: Book a Zoom one-on-one session Watch prerecorded webinar sessions Learn about pathway options …

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Macquarie High School Q & A Series

The virtual Q&A series gave parents and high school students the chance to ask our student ambassadors any questions, live. Topics included early entry, adjustment factors, accommodation, uni life, scholarships and courses you can study. Check out all the recordings here.

Podcast with the World’s Highest Achieving Students

How do students win international competitions, launch companies in high school or get into Harvard? Check out the Top of the Class podcast from Crimson Education to get the full story from amazing students around the world. Find out more

Find your Future at Deakin

Deakin University are offering a range of useful resources, programs and initiatives in the lead-up to the change of preference period, including: webinars course information and advice how to book a one-to-one consultation live chat and more. There are also other services that will be available once you have received your ATAR when you might …

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Torrens University Australia – study on campus or online in 2021

From Trimester 1 2021 it’s all about choice; classes are resuming on campus and we look forward to providing students with the choice of on-campus or online study options. We want to provide the best possible learning experiences to ensure educational goals are achieved and for many students, this includes face to face teaching. Students’ …

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Looking for an Office Job? Consider Patrick’s College Australia

Since 1923, Patrick’s College Australia has been training young women and men to be Sydney’s most sought-after Personal Assistants (PAs), Executive Assistants (EAs), Legal Secretaries, Administrative Assistants and Office Managers. You can enrol now in the BSB50415 Diploma of Business Administration – limited scholarship places available. There are also accommodation options available for Interstate or …

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Bond Student for a Semester – Applications Close Soon

Do you want to experience what uni life is like while you’re still at school? Bond University’s Student for a Semester program gives you the opportunity to study university units in Years 11 and 12. You get to enrol in classes, attend lectures on campus, complete assignments, and experience uni life alongside your school studies. …

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Macquarie University COVID-19 Impact Points

Macquarie recognises the significant impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on Year 12 students and the considerable anxiety and stress related to university entry for 2021. To reassure high school students and their families of Macquarie’s commitment to supporting access to higher education and studying at Macquarie Uni, all applicants (applying for Session 1 undergraduate …

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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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Indigenous Australian Engineering Schools Program

The Indigenous Australian Engineering Schools (IAES) is a week-long program that aims to educate and inspire young Indigenous students about opportunities and careers in Engineering. During the program students take part in several hands-on activities, including meeting engineers and participating in design work. Travel to and from IAES, as well as accommodation, meals and activities …

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Junior Engineers School Holiday Programs

Junior Engineers’ face-to-face and online programs are aimed at students in Years 4 to 9 and cover the latest and most popular coding languages including Scratch, Python, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, C++ and more. From game development, Minecraft coding and robotics with Lego Mindstorms through to app development, website design, Arduino robotics and ROBLOX coding, their …

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Now Enrolling for January 2021 Study

Discover where the beauty and wellness industry can take you with full-time, part-time or distance study in Beauty Therapy, Remedial Massage or Salon Management. Join our connected community at our VIC, NSW & QLD Campuses, learn from industry-leading trainers, and study others that share your passion for skin, health and wellness. Now Enrolling: SHB50115 Diploma …

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A New Pathway to Medicine from CQUni

Starting from 2022, CQUniversity is offering a new pathway to medicine for rural and regional students. Their brand new Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathway to Medicine) will be available to study in Rockhampton and Bundaberg, and completion offers a pathway into UQ’s Doctor of Medicine. The new pathway is a way to help rural and …

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7 tips for your first year at uni

Are you finishing up Year 12 and thinking of heading off to uni next year? It’s quite different to school, and might seem a little daunting at first – but never fear. Third-year student Hannah Diviney has written up a blog with Careers in STEM packed with some useful tips for getting you through your …

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Limited Places Available at Patrick’s College Australia

For students aspiring to be PAs, EAs, Legal Secretaries and Office Staff, Patrick’s College Australia’s 40-week Diploma Course could be your gateway to Sydney’s corporate world and paid employment. There are limited places available for classes starting in February 2021. Contact Jacob Munday directly on 0450 291 797 or at jacobm@pca.edu.au. Find out more about …

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Applications to Study at TasTAFE in 2021 Open Now

Applications to study with TasTAFE in Semester 1, 2021 are open now. TasTAFE offer a huge variety of courses, so there is bound to be something to match your passion. Choose from agriculture, business, trades, design, health, IT, tourism, and so much more. And in 2021 TasTAFE will be offering fee-free courses as part of …

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Study a Double Degree with UTAS

The University of Tasmania allows you to combine two degrees and graduate in less time than it would take you to do them both separately. They offer heaps of courses that can be combined, meaning you can pursue your passions without spending extra time at uni. And if the option you want to study isn’t …

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WAAPA Summer School

Over Summer WAAPA opens its theatres and studios to present a host of exciting courses for children and young people. WAAPA’s Summer School offers fun-filled courses providing intense, creative training for anyone in upper primary school and older. The courses build confidence, teamwork and self-esteem while developing the skills necessary to be a successful performer …

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Why studying a double degree was the best decision I made

“Now, I know what you’re thinking – double degree, double the work, right? Wrong! I don’t spend any more time at university or in class than my friends in single degrees, and I get to explore both areas of Commerce and Psychology.” Visnja is a current student at Macquarie University, studying a Bachelor of Commerce …

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