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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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Quick ATAR Facts

Quick ATAR Facts

There’s a lot to understand about the ATAR system, so we’ve put together a few facts that might interest you.   Your ATAR score is valid for life. You can use it to apply to study at university regardless of your age, provided it meets the entry requirements for your course.   The national median …

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Top Online Course Providers

If you’re stuck at home but don’t want to fall behind on your learning, or are just looking for something different than watching Netflix all day, there are heaps of online providers that offer courses and education resources. You can study almost any subject you can think of, and many of them are free as …

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get experience in school

Don’t wait to finish school to get experience

Things you can do right now   You don’t need to sit around and wait until you’ve finished school to start getting experience, building skills, and making connections for your future. There are lots of things you can do alongside your schoolwork. Let’s take a look at some of your options.   Part-time work   …

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Changing Your Preferences Quick Read

Changing Your Preferences Quick Read

Congratulations, you’ve made it to the end of year 12 and survived the epic finale of exams and assessments. Now’ it’s time to enjoy your graduation, formals and schoolies, then relax until ATAR results are released. If you’ve been pondering on your uni options then now is the time to reassess your preferences too.   …

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alternative pathways

Alternative Pathways

For when things don’t quite go to plan   You’ve spent the last few years studying hard, and have applied to uni. But what happens if offers start rolling out and you miss out? We know it can be disappointing, but it’s important to not give up. There’s always another way to get into the …

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The Power of Planning and Organisation with Grandshake

Grandshake has released a brand new microprogram, designed specially for young people. This time they’re showing you how you can become a master of planning and organisation. In this 40-minute Power of Planning and Organisation microprogram, you’ll cover planning and organisation essentials including time management, task prioritisation, and project management. Pick up practical techniques that …

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microcredentials

What are Microcredentials?

Bite-sized learning   We know that in the future of work, our transferrable skills will be more important than ever. Gone are the days of getting one qualification and being done. Today, jobs are constantly evolving, and so our knowledge and skills need to as well. The popularity of microcredentials has exploded over the last …

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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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Upskill at School

You don’t need to wait until you’re finished school to get a head-start on your skill building. There are heaps of courses and qualifications out there you can do alongside your school work.   Why should I do one?   Having some skills and qualifications under your belt before you leave school can help you …

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National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) 2022

Applications are now open for students who want to be a part of the National Youth Science Forum in 2022. 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 and passionate about STEM, apply …

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Real success stories

Have you been considering the pathways to your dream career lately? If you have, it might help to read stories of people who have been there before you. This is where the Australian VET Alumni Program comes in. You can search through the stories of hundreds of students who have successfully gained a qualification, and …

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Macquarie Gifted and Talented Entry Program

Are you a high achieving high school student with the capacity to take on extra-curricular study? You may qualify through our Gifted and Talented pathway to secure an early offer at Macquarie. As part of this entry pathway, you’ll study university subjects alongside your school subjects. You’ll be eligible for an early offer (before your …

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How to get to your dream job

You’ve been thinking about your dream career. You know exactly what you want to do. But there’s one problem – how do you get there? It would be nice if you could just wake up one day and magically have your dream job. Unfortunately, you’ll need to put in some work first. So just how …

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Macquarie University’s free service to kick-start students’ careers

Macquarie University equips their students to be job-ready by supporting them through the MQ Student Employment (MQSE) service. Whether a student is searching for work on or off-campus while studying, MQSE provides Macquarie students with access to job opportunities and coaching sessions to get them comfortable and confident in the recruitment process. Situated in the …

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Grandshake Art of Creative Thinking Microprogram

Learn how to improve creative thinking skills in Grandshake’s newest 40-minute Art of Creative Thinking microprogram. This program will help young people (14-19) find creative inspiration when they feel stuck for ideas; teach practical techniques to train creative muscles; help build confidence in their creativity; and show them how to be creative in the workplace. …

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Free and Low-Cost TAFE

Are you thinking about studying a VET qualification when you leave high school? The Government is providing lots of subsidies to make the cost of training cheaper, and in some cases, totally free. There are tons of qualifications to choose from in a variety of industries, from IT to construction, hospitality to health care. There …

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Searching for your dream course

How do I find my course?   Looking for the perfect course to study? Going through every single university website and seeing if they offer the course you want can be tedious. Thankfully, you don’t have to do that. This is where Course Seeker comes in.   What is Course Seeker?   Course Seeker is …

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Summer Skills Program

Summer Skills is an initiative of NSW JobTrainer. It offers young people aged 16-24 the opportunity to upskill, prepare and get ahead through fee-free training courses in construction, coding, business, horticulture, social media, mental health and more. This fee-free training offers multiple benefits for school leavers such as: allowing them to gain skills that can …

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Updated La Trobe Bachelor of Business

La Trobe University’s new Bachelor of Business is making it easier than ever for students to focus on the career they want. With a range of enhanced course options, they’ll find majors and minors that let them specialise in a chosen field, from events management to marketing, sports management, tourism and more. They’ll also graduate …

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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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A life of animals and adventure

Since graduating from James Cook University in 2010, Dr Campbell Costello’s love of animals has taken him around the world. He has trekked across the Wakhan Corridor in Afghanistan; worked as an airborne vet for the Iditarod Dog Sled Race in Alaska; attended the World Nomad Games in Kyrgyzstan; performed as an equine vet for …

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CQUni Graduate Guarantee

Did you know that CQUniversity Australia is ranked in the top six universities in Australia for undergraduate full-time employment? Their practical approach to education sees students graduate job-ready and they’re committed to continuing to improve graduate outcomes so you can land your dream job. Which is why CQUni has launched the Graduate Guarantee – this …

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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 at this time of the year: 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 …

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Bond University’s Transformation Degrees

Bond University has long held a reputation for producing graduates equipped with the knowledge and capabilities necessary to be highly successful in their future lives and work. In 2020, we launched new degrees in Digital, Entrepreneurial, Health and Legal Transformation. These innovative programs combine key discipline studies, a core of transdisciplinary subjects and work integrated …

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2022 Accommodation Applications at Newcastle Open Now

Applications are now open for student accommodation at the University of Newcastle in 2022. With nine residences to choose from, all within walking distance to class and only 20 minutes to the City campus via shuttle bus, you’ll have the unique opportunity to design your ideal on campus lifestyle. Applications are extremely competitive, therefore we …

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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 who are applying for an eligible engineering degree at UNSW Sydney and expecting an ATAR within 10 points of the lowest selection rank for their degree. If you’re a student who wants to make a …

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Introduction to Critical Thinking with Grandshake

Learn to seek truth out from lies in an age of digital misinformation. Challenge your biases, diversify your perspective, and form fact-based judgements. This short 40-minute upskilling microprogram from Grandshake will introduce you to the essential critical thinking skills essential for both personal and professional success. If you… Want to get better at making informed …

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University of Sydney Gadigal Program

The Gadigal Program is an Indigenous student pathway that supports Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students to study at the University of Sydney. Through the Gadigal Program you will have: the opportunity to apply for a Gadigal early conditional offer lower minimum ATAR requirements access to an academic skills program before commencing University ongoing academic …

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Bond Medical Program – 2022 Intake Key Dates

The Bond University Medical Program is designed to equip graduates with the foundational knowledge, skills and attributes required to safely and effectively practise medicine in today’s complex healthcare environment. Due to Bonds tri-semester structure, graduating students will have the advantage of entering the workforce as a Doctor in only 14 semesters (4 years, 8 months) …

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La Trobe University’s new Bachelor of Business

La Trobe University’s new Bachelor of Business is making it easier than ever for students to focus on the career they want. With a range of enhanced course options, they’ll find majors and minors that let them specialise in a chosen field, from events management to marketing, sports management, tourism and more. They’ll also graduate …

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Apply for scholarships

Scholarships – Not Just for High Achievers

Should I apply for a scholarship?   If you’re planning on further studies after high school, no matter if you’re thinking about uni or vocational training, there’s probably a scholarship for that. No joke, there are literally thousands of scholarships available for Australians who are seeking to better their education or career prospects. Lots of …

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Change of heart? Not a problem, just change your preferences

Change of heart? Not a problem, just change your preferences

*Originally published 12 July and updated 30 August 2021 & 14 September 2021 If you’re in Year 12 and want to go to Uni next year, then you’ll probably know that Term 3 is the time to start getting your applications organised.  But did you also know that if you have a change of heart, …

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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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Australian Border Force Officer Recruit Training Program

The Australian Border Force (ABF) undertakes varied and challenging work. They are looking to attract people for our Border Force Officer Recruit Training (BFORT) program with a wide range of skills, capabilities and experience. You are encouraged to apply if you want to: play a critical role in protecting Australia’s border are willing to commit …

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APS HR School Leaver Program

The Australian Public Service (APS) Human Resource (HR) School Leaver program is an opportunity for 2020 and 2021 Year 12 graduates to enter a HR career in the APS workforce in one of the participating agencies. The School Leaver program includes: a 12-month ongoing role in one of the participating APS agencies structured on-the-job and …

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SCU STAR Early Offer Program – Deadline Extended

Southern Cross University’s STAR Early Offer program allows you to secure a place in a degree of choice at SCU before your Year 12 results are even released. Given the current situation, SCU has updated their key dates. Applications will now close Thursday, September 30th, and offers will be sent progressively from Tuesday, November 9th. …

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Hay Inc Rural Education Program

Hay Inc invite school leavers to apply for the 2022 intake of their hands-on skills training program in sheep and beef cattle handling and general farming skills conducted in the Hay area. The short course and practical experience provide a springboard to a career in agriculture. The training consists of three blocks of five day …

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5 COVID Adjustment Points for Year 12 students applying to the University of Newcastle

2021 has again proven to be a challenging time for year 12 students and the University of Newcastle continues to look for ways to provide additional reassurance and support for students. Newcastle are pleased to announce that they will be providing all school leaver students with 5 adjustment points for all programs (excluding the Joint …

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Learn the Fundamentals of Self-awareness with Grandshake

Grandshake’s 40-minute Fundamentals of Self-Awareness microprogram is a step-by-step guide to jumpstarting your personal development, and becoming the person you want to be. Learn how to identify healthy and unhealthy patterns of behaviour and emotions; how to overcome common barriers to mindfulness; and how to accept yourself. This program contains practical strategies and exercises to …

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Macquarie Leaders and Achievers has Reopened

At Macquarie University, we recognise the anxiety and uncertainty many Year 12 students face due to the current situation. We understand there is some concern around university offers and planning for tertiary and HSC studies, as well as planning for attending university. We have always considered students to be more than their ATAR. That’s why …

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TAFE QLD Pathway to an Automotive Apprenticeship

Are you interested in a career in the automotive industry? TAFE QLD offers a Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation. This qualification gives you the basic skills and knowledge needed to pursue an automotive or marine mechanical apprenticeship. It can be done in as little as 10 weeks. Best of all, it’s completely fee-free through …

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Early Offers for Year 12 Students | Wentworth Institute

Get an Early Offer and peace of mind   The Wentworth Institute of Higher Education are making early offers to eligible Year 12 students. If you’re feeling anxious about what lies ahead after high school, having an early offer in your pocket could take some of the pressure off. In addition to your early offer, …

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Chat with Griffith Online

Are you a current high school student wanting to know more about your study options? During September, Griffith’s team of expert advisers are available between 3–5 pm each weekday to chat with you about: Subject pre-requisites and alternative pathways to University Year 12 Early Offer Guarantee Degree information How to apply Getting the most out …

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La Trobe University Aspire students

Early offers to La Trobe University with Aspire

If you’re a Year 12 student that has been a leader, volunteer or part of their community then La Trobe University wants to hear from you. The Aspire Early Admissions Program recognises your contribution with an early conditional offer into your chosen La Trobe course, and welcomes you to a community of likeminded individuals. With …

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UAC Schools Recommendation Scheme – Applications Closing Soon

The Schools Recommendation Scheme (SRS) is one way institutions make early offers of undergraduate admission to Year 12 students. They do this by using criteria other than (or in addition to) the ATAR. To apply for SRS you must be a Year 12 applicant who is attempting one of the following: an Australian Year 12 …

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Early Entry to PSC

Are you thinking of studying the Bachelor of Photography at Photography Studies College? They are now offering current Year 12 students the chance to receive an early offer to study in 2022. You can apply direct to PSC, book an interview, and receive a conditional offer within 48 hours. You can also apply through VTAC …

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Advance to University with Fed Uni

Advance to University provides an opportunity for high school students to study first-year university units along side your usual studies. The results you earn from completing first-year university units at Fed Uni will be included as part of your VCE. You’ll boost your ATAR and get credit towards your Federation university degree. You can study …

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The benefits of studying university online

Why school leavers should consider online university as an option   If you’re leaving school this year and thinking about applying for university in 2022, have you considered enrolling in an online course? With all the disruptions to your education and your life so far in 2021, it’s another option that’s definitely worth looking into. …

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Macquarie Open Day now On Demand

We hope you were able to join us on Open Day! If you want to check anything out again or weren’t able to join in Open Day Streamed on August 15, it is now available on-demand until the 11 of September. View recordings of our live segments, download information guides and booklets, review our extensive …

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Fee-Free Online Short Courses with TAFE NSW

Whether you’re currently in lockdown and want to upskill, you can with a fee-free online short course. TAFE NSW, in conjunction with the NSW Government, is offering a number of fee-free short courses to all NSW residents, but places are limited. Courses are a mix of self-paced online or teacher-led virtual classrooms, which can pathway …

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Short Courses with Le Cordon Bleu

It’s not easy finding the time to discover a new hobby or immerse yourself in a passion which you’ve always been yearning to explore. Satisfy your cravings for a hands-on cooking experience with Les Fondements de la Cuisine, or ‘step-up’ your passion for baking and create edible masterpieces with Les Fondements de la Pâtisserie. Le …

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ACU’s Support for Year 12 Students

ACU knows that completing Year 12, particularly during a global pandemic, can make an already new experience that little bit more intimidating. If you’re feeling overwhelmed about the unknown, head to our webpage to discover all of the help and support we offer Year 12 students. You can access information about: ACU Guarantee Adjustment factors …

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Student for a Semester – applications for September semester closing soon

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 lectures and tutorials on campus, complete assignments, sit their subject exams and have access to …

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AFS Global You Changemaker Program

AFS Global You Changemaker is a 12-week interactive virtual exchange program for teens (age 15-17) anywhere in the world, to develop global competence skills, create innovative social impact projects, and earn certification from the University of Pennsylvania Center for Social Impact Strategy. This is a global program and it is 100% online. It’s designed for …

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Grandshake Youth Surveys

Grandshake want to better understand young people’s needs and wants when it comes to work experience, career pathways and opportunities beyond school. We’d like to learn how organisations, like us, can better support healthy career exploration – passions, interests and career aspiration discovery – for young people. Over the next few weeks we will be …

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Proud to be a Chef Program

The Proud to be a Chef program recognises, develops and supports apprentice chefs to become the culinary leaders of tomorrow. Proud to be a Chef is a diverse and fast-paced mentoring programme led by 3 inspirational Australian mentors. 32 finalists from across Australia will participate in an all expenses paid 4 day culinary journey in …

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Patrick’s College Australia – 2022 Applications Open Now

Patrick’s College Australia is accepting applications for the February 2022 cohort of Diploma of Business students. Patrick’s is a boutique Business-Secretarial College which trains Legal Secretaries, Executive Assistants and Administrative Staff for Sydney’s corporate world (including International Law Firms and other companies). Generous Scholarships are still available VET Student Loan Approved Minimum Entry Requirement: Completion …

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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 asks you about your 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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Learn about Cadetships with PCA

Learn about Cadetships with PCA

Alister, Founding Director of Professional Cadetships Australia (PCA), took some time out of his busy schedule to provide us with some information about cadetships and pathways.   SWG: Hi Alister, would you please explain what a cadetship is for us?   Alister: A cadetship is offered to a Year 12 student before they complete Year …

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Deakin Regional Access Scheme

The Deakin Regional Access Scheme is a pathway to undergraduate study. It allows you to secure a spot at university long before ATARs are released by looking at your skills, experience and achievements. The scheme is open to current and recent Year 12 students (2021, 2020 and 2019) looking to study at our Waterfront, Waurn …

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Aviation Australia FAME Program

Do you want to work at the forefront of industries of the future where you can literally see your work take off? Then aircraft maintenance engineering may be the perfect career for you! Aviation Australia is excited to announce the launch of their FAME (Female Aircraft Maintenance Engineer) program. FAME is an aviation industry-first initiative …

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PCA Business Cadetship Program 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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Swinburne 2022 Early Entry Program

Swinburne University of Technology are once again offering an early entry scheme for Year 12 students wanting to enter uni in 2022. As part of the new scheme, you can apply for a variety of courses based on a recommendation from your school. This means that your ATAR won’t be taken into account. The courses …

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University of Adelaide Year 11 Alternative Entry Pathway

In 2020, the University of Adelaide launched the Year 11 Alternative Entry Pathway to support Year 12 students impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. They have announced that they are also continuing this pathway for students looking to gain university entry in 2022. This pathway allows you to gain entry to many of the University of …

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RMIT Early Offer Program

Are you a Year 12 who has experience being a leader, working with different people, showcasing your creativity or making an impact in the tech world? It’s 2021, which means it’s time your hobbies, weekend projects and passions are considered alongside your ATAR. Through RMIT’s Early Offer program, your life experience outside the classroom can …

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A Day in the Life of a Teaching Student at Macquarie University

If you’re considering becoming a Teacher after you leave high school – first of all, kudos to you – it’s a career that can literally change lives and one that requires passion and commitment.   Find out what a Teaching degree involves   But before you sign up to a teaching degree, it’s a great …

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How to Build a Strong Work Ethic – new microprogram from Grandshake

Grandshake has launched a brand new online microprogram for young job seekers and students called “How to Build a Strong Work Ethic”. The 40-minute microprogram lays out the foundations of having a solid work ethic. Participate in exercises to pinpoint your values and find a career that embodies them. Pick up accountability techniques and interview …

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Macquarie University | COVID-19 Impact Points

Macquarie recognise the significant impact this pandemic has had on students and the stress related to university entry for 2022. To reassure Year 12 students, all applicants applying for a Session 1, 2022 undergraduate degree will automatically receive five COVID-19 Impact Points to boost their selection rank. Prospective students will not have to apply for …

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2022 Medicine Closing Dates

Wanting to study medicine at university in 2022? You need to have booked your UCAT test date by now (and may have already even sat it already). And if you haven’t already, it’s time to start getting your applications in. Applications for medicine degrees in Australia tend to close earlier than other courses. Some of …

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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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UOW Early Admission – Open Now

The University of Wollongong’s Early Admission program is now open for applications for students wanting to study in 2022. UOW Early Admission is an early offer program for students completing Year 12 (Higher School Certificate or other Australian equivalents) during 2021. When you apply for Early Admission, UOW looks beyond your ATAR and considers your …

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Darwin Symphony Orchestra Young Artists Program

A new Darwin Symphony Orchestra initiative, the Young Artists Program enables aspiring musicians to hone their skills with weekly classes, performances, and masterclasses. If you are aged thirteen to eighteen, and have an interest and dedication to developing your music skills, we want you to join this program. Each year, selected students will have access …

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Bond’s Bachelor of Health Sciences introduces major and minor in Healthcare Informatics

Bond University’s Bachelor of Health Sciences now features a major and minor in Healthcare Informatics. Healthcare Informatics is the science of how to use data, information and knowledge in an innovative way to improve human health and the delivery of healthcare systems. Read more about the broad range of exciting career paths this program can …

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Do you need advice on how to apply for the Macquarie Leaders and Achievers early entry scheme?

Macquarie University Student Ambassadors are here to help! The Macquarie Leaders and Achievers Early Entry Scheme recognises your academic achievements as well as your leadership qualities and commitment to the community. This scheme is available for students completing the NSW Higher School Certificate, ACT Senior Secondary Certificate or International Baccalaureate in 2021. It recognises your …

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How to Apply to University

Do you think you want to go to university once school is over? There are over one million Australians currently studying at university, and if you’ve decided you want to join them then you need to know how to apply. There are a few steps to follow, but we’ll walk through them one by one …

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Macquarie Leaders and Achievers Early Entry Scheme

You could be rewarded with an early offer to study at Macquarie University in 2022 if you have been performing well academically in Year 11 and can demonstrate initiative and commitment through leadership, community, sport or casual work activities. If your application is successful, you will receive an offer to study at Macquarie University in …

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Problem Solving Boot Camp by Grandshake

Grandshake has just released a brand-new microprogram for young people aged 14-24 – the Problem Solving Bootcamp. This short online course is designed to equip you with essential problem solving skills, boosting your knowledge and employability. It will help you identify, analyse and resolve problems in the most productive and effective ways possible. Best of …

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UTS Engineering and IT Early Entry Program – Edge

The University of Technology Sydney is offering a new early entry pathway for students passionate about Engineering and IT – Edge. The Edge Program allows you to receive a conditional offer to university based on more than your ATAR, before you even sit exams. Your application is based on your Year 11 results, with potential …

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Free TAFE in QLD

Are you thinking about studying a VET qualification when you leave high school? The Queensland Government offers free TAFE courses for people under the age of 25 in high priority areas. To be eligible for free TAFE, you need to be under 25 years of age, not be in school, be an Australian citizen or …

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Study Speech Pathology in Australia

Want to become a Speech Pathologist?   Are you interested in a career in health that’s a bit different? You might want to consider Speech Pathology. These experts assist people with communication disorders, which could be problems with speaking, listening, reading, or writing due to a variety of issues. They work with people of all …

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Macquarie University School Holidays Campus Tours

Macquarie have extra campus tours running during the School Holidays, every Tuesday afternoon, Wednesday morning, and Saturday morning. Tours usually take approximately 1.5 hours. You can ask the Student Ambassador tour guide your questions while you walk to get all your Macquarie questions answered. In response to the current situation with Covid-19, Macquarie are limiting …

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Macquarie University Q&A Series

Throughout May and June, Macquarie University held a series of live Q&A sessions focusing on a different area of study or early entry program. If you missed one of the Q&As sessions, don’t fret. You can watch them on-demand here: Commerce Law Psychology How to apply for Macquarie Leaders and Achievers early entry scheme Education …

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Macquarie Leaders and Achievers Early Entry Scheme – Applications Open Now

You could be rewarded with an early offer to study at Macquarie University in 2022 if you have been performing well academically in Year 11 and can demonstrate initiative and commitment through leadership, community, sport or casual work activities. Applications opened Tuesday, 1 June 2021 and close Friday, 20 August 2021 at 2pm (AEST). Find …

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Uni lingo – what does it all mean?

If you’re reading up on your dream university course, there’s a chance you’ve come across some new and unfamiliar terms. Like what’s a TAC? What does EAS stand for? Am I supposed to know what a CSP is? We’re here to demystify some common terms you might see around when applying for uni, so you’re …

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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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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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