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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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 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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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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5 Tips for Open Day Success

5 Tips for Open Day Success

Open Days are heaps of fun and, apart from getting there, they’re free. So while it’s not a bad way to spend a day out of your weekend, you might as well do yourself a favour and really milk the experience. Here’s our 5 Tips for Open Day Success:   Go Prepared You might be …

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Become a Dalyell Scholar

The University of Sydney’s Dalyell Scholars program is for high-achieving students who want access to a range of enriching and challenging opportunities and resources while studying. In addition to completing distinctive Dalyell units of study with other high achievers, you will have access to enrichment opportunities including: accelerated learning options, such as early access to …

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Need help finding a course that's right for you?

Need help finding a course that’s right for you?

Unless you are a decision making ninja – which is rare – then the chances are that when it comes to deciding on one of the thousands of courses to do, that’s right for you, it’s enough to make your brain explode. We’ve got some good news. Have you heard of Course Seeker?  It’s a …

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University of Tasmania Schools Recommendation Program opening 31st May

Year 12 students can submit their free application to the 2022 Schools Recommendation Program at the University of Tasmania from 31st May 2021. Rather than an ATAR, students are assessed based on the school’s recommendation and their year 11 results. The program is open to most of our undergraduate degrees, and early offers will be …

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Year 12 early offers for guaranteed entry to Bond in 2022

In a disrupted world, Year 12 students have shown incredible resilience in adapting to the ongoing challenges presented by the events of recent years. Year 12 students can be assessed now for a guaranteed offer from Bond University for 2022 entry conditional on the completion of Year 12. Applications will be assessed based on their …

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Audition to Study at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music

If you’re wanting to study the Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Arts (Music Major), or Diploma of Music at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music in 2022, applications for first round auditions are now open. You can audition either in-person or by video. Round one auditions will be taking place from 5-9 July. Applications to audition …

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Get Your Uni Applications in Early

2022 might still seem pretty far away, but did you know that you can already apply for university? Heaps of courses in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory are now open for application through UAC – and if you apply before 30 September you can take advantage of their early bird fees. Applications …

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Take a Campus Tour

After an unprecedented year where most of us were stuck at home, universities are opening back up again. And one of the things you can now do is tour their campuses in person. We’ve gathered a list of universities that are currently offering on-campus tours. Take a look and see if there are any you’re …

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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 your …

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Need to sit the UCAT?

Need to sit the UCAT in 2021?

If you’re thinking of studying medicine at university in Australia or New Zealand in 2022, many of the programs require you to sit the Universities Clinical Admissions Test (UCAT) for admission. Registrations to sit the test are closing soon on Monday 17 May, so make sure you’ve booked a time to do your test. Need …

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Changes to admission requirements for Midwifery at University of Newcastle in 2022

From Semester 1 2022, students will no longer need to submit a two-step application to be considered for admission to the University of Newcastle’s Bachelor of Midwifery program. In previous years, applicants had to submit a standard UAC application and also a direct application listing their preference for clinical placement location. The direct clinical placement application is …

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Defence University Sponsorship

Defence University Sponsorship (DUS) is an opportunity for the Defence Force to pay your uni fees while you study, as well as earning a salary while you study, and having a guaranteed job for you after you graduate. Apply for a role in the Navy, Army or Air Force while still studying for a relevant …

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UTS Bachelor of Information Technology Co-operative Scholarship

Are you at the top of your game? With the Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT), you’ll join a cohort of high achieving students who are passionate about using technology to drive business outcomes. The Bachelor of IT Co-operative Scholarship is a three-year IT course offered by the University of Technology Sydney. It is designed for …

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UOW Dean’s Scholar Program

The Dean’s Scholar (DS) Program in the Faculty of the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities aims to provide an enriched educational experience for high-achieving, motivated students. The program is designed for students hoping to make contribution to fields of study through teaching or research, or as professionals. The program offers many benefits and enriches your …

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ANU Direct Applications for 2022

If you want to receive an early offer to university, direct applications are open now to study at the Australian National University in 2022. Due to the disruption from COVID-19, they are also extending the changes made to their admissions process in 2020, meaning you can apply using your Year 11 results. If you apply …

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UAC Key Dates for 2021-22

If you’re thinking of studying at a university in New South Wales or the Australian Capital Territory in 2022, you’ll probably need to submit an application through UAC. UAC has released their key dates for students looking to start study in 2022, including offer rounds, closing dates, change of preference, and ATAR release dates. You …

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Student for a Semester applications now open – Bond University

Bond University’s Student for a Semester program gives high achieving year 11 and 12 students on the Gold Coast, Brisbane, Northern NSW and surrounds 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 …

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Deakin 2022 Undergraduate Course Guide

Thinking of studying at Deakin University in 2022? Their brand new course guide for 2022 is out now, detailing the courses you can apply for and all the info you need to know about studying at Deakin. Download a copy of the guide here: https://www.deakin.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0019/2273401/UG-CourseGuide-22-FINAL-accessible.pdf

Macquarie University | Campus Tours

You can never truly know if a uni is right for you until you visit in person and get a feel for the campus. Macquarie campus tours are held every Tuesday afternoon and Saturday morning, and more frequently during school holidays. On every tour you’ll see: our various lecture theatres our award-winning library (subject to …

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UAC Applications for 2022 Opening Soon

If you’re a student in NSW or ACT and are thinking of studying at university in 2022, the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) has announced that applications for undergraduate students are opening on Thursday 1 April. After this date you’ll be able to apply for undergraduate courses, the Educational Access Scheme, Schools Recommendation Scheme, and Equity …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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.

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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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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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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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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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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