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PEF National Secondary Scholarship

The Public Education Foundation’s National Secondary Scholarships support two Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander students, two refugee students and two students currently experiencing financial hardship that may prevent them from continuing their senior years of education in a public school.

2023 Pinnacle Foundation Scholarships

We provide educational scholarships, mentoring and opportunities for young LGBTIQ+ Australians to realise their full potential and overcome challenges arising from their identity. Scholarships are awarded for fulltime study at public institutions of higher education in Australia, for the purpose of gaining an educational or vocational qualification in any profession, trade or the arts.

ECU | Teacher Education Info Session

Are you thinking of pursuing a career in Teacher Education? If so, our information evening is perfect for you! If you want to make a positive difference to the lives of young people and be part of the next generation of outstanding teachers, our School of Education offers nationally-accredited, quality teacher education programs in early …

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Murdoch | Open Night Online: Humanities, Media, Business, Law & Education

Are you thinking of studying at Murdoch University? Attend our Online Open Night and find out everything you need to know about studying as an undergraduate in Social Sciences, Media, Creative Arts, Business, Law, Criminology and Education from some of our leading academics. You’ll have the opportunity to explore the wide range of courses we …

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Walter and Eliza Hall Trust Opportunity Scholarship

The Public Education Foundation’s Walter and Eliza Hall Trust Opportunity Scholarship provides financial assistance to students who have a physical disability to enable them to reach their academic potential.

Melbourne Chancellors Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded to talented students in recognition of their outstanding academic achievement during their Australian Year 12 or International Baccalaureate (IB).

Bond Excellence Scholarship

Excellence Scholarships offer up to 50% tuition remission for either a single or approved combined undergraduate degree (excluding the Bond Medical Program) and are awarded to students who demonstrate high academic achievement, leadership skills and community involvement.

Bond University Vice Chancellor’s Elite Scholarship

Each year, outstanding Year 12 students from across Australia are awarded prestigious Vice Chancellor’s Elite Scholarships. These students are selected on the basis of exceptional academic achievement, proven leadership ability and personal character. They have been identified by their teachers and peers for their commitment to their community and their willingness to help and inspire …

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John Curtin Scholarship Program

The John Curtin Scholarship Program invests in future leaders who intend to use their abilities and passion to lead positive change in the community. Scholars receive a high level of financial support over the duration of their undergraduate studies. More importantly, the program provides opportunities for scholars to develop the personal qualities to become a …

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University of Sydney Chancellor’s Award

$10,000 scholarship awarded to school-leavers with an outstanding performance in the NSW Higher School Certificate Examination (ATAR 99.90) or equivalent. No application is required. These scholarships are awarded automatically following the release of ATAR results.

Torrens University Australia | Open Day

Open Day gives you a taste of what we do and how we do it. Meet our academics, talk to current students and tour our campuses. We’re here to help you turn your dream into your career.

Jobs for people who love puzzles

Jobs for people who love puzzles

Puzzles can be toys, games, or problems that are designed to test your ingenuity. From jigsaw puzzles and computer games, to crosswords and sudoku, there are lots of different ways you could be entertained by a great puzzle. But there’s more to puzzling than just fun. You can learn useful skills (puzzles are often used …

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Murdoch | Open Nights: Education

Are you thinking of pursuing a career in education at Murdoch University? This event is perfect for you! Join our open night and find out everything you need to know about studying undergraduate education from some of our leading academics and current students. You’ll have the opportunity to explore the wide range of courses we …

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Fed Uni | Future Teaching Careers – Ask Me Anything Session

With a qualification in early childhood, primary or secondary teaching, you can help shape the lives of young people through the power of education. Join our “Ask Me Anything” session to learn about Federation’s flexible study options, which combine knowledge development with practical field placement experience throughout your degree.

Careers in Psychology

Careers in Psychology

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

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How do I get a Working With Children Check in Australia?

How do I get a Working With Children Check in Australia?

Thinking of working or volunteering with children or young people? Great! You may need to get a Working With Children Check (WWCC) before you can start. What is a Working With Children Check? A WWCC is an assessment of your character and your background. They’re there to make sure  that you are a responsible, good …

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Anzac Day Schools’ Awards

The Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) is proud to host the Anzac Day Schools’ Awards. This is a national competition recognising the work of primary and secondary students, teachers and schools to engage with veterans and honour Australia’s wartime history. In 2022, the award’s theme is “Engaging with veterans: Stories of peacekeeping”. Schools may choose …

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Casper Test 2023

Casper Test | 2023 Admissions

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

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RMIT | Discover What’s Next: Education

Learn to inspire with Education at RMIT. Gain the practical skills to shape young minds and make a positive impact through a teaching qualification. This is the perfect session if you’re in secondary school and are considering studying Education courses at RMIT.

Jobs for people who love sports

Jobs for people who love sports

Playing sports isn’t just fun and challenging – in addition to keeping fit, you could also develop some great skills that could be useful in life and transferable to your future workplaces.   Transferable skills you’ll gain from sports   If you’re a sports player, you’ll be well aware of the physical skills that you’ve …

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ECU | Education Info Session

If you want to make a positive difference to the lives of young people and be part of the next generation of outstanding teachers, our School of Education offers nationally-accredited, quality teacher education programs in early childhood, primary and secondary education, all delivered by world leaders in teacher education. Our online information sessions introduce you …

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University of Sydney | Gadigal Program

Benefits   The Gadigal Program assists you with admission to university by allowing you to tell us more about your interests, motivation and goals, rather than just considering your academic results. Benefits: Lower minimum ATAR requirements. Opportunity to apply for a Gadigal early conditional offer. Participation in an intensive skills program before commencing at the …

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Northcott Scholarships

Are you a person with disability and are currently studying at TAFE, University or other Registered Training Organisation (RTO)? Are you thinking about embarking on tertiary studies, but are worried about managing the extra costs and logistics? Having a disability is not a barrier to reaching your educational goals. Financial assistance from one our tertiary …

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Bert Evans Apprentice Scholarships

Finishing your apprenticeship training can be tough when you’ve experienced hardship. The Bert Evans Apprentice Scholarships are there to help.

UAC Digital | Let’s Chat – Teaching

In this session we’ll give HSC students and their parents information about applying for a Teaching degree. UAC and an expert panel from various universities will discuss: which HSC courses are recommended for Teaching different types of teaching you can apply for entry requirements application statements available pathways if you don’t meet the selection criteria …

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Curtin Excellence Scholarship

The Curtin Excellence Scholarship has been developed to encourage and reward students who have demonstrated academic excellence through their ATAR in 2022 and want to pursue study at Curtin University. Application forms are not required, students apply by selecting an eligible Curtin degree through TISC as their first preference.

Bedford College

Established in 1943, Bedford College is proudly Australia’s longest operating private, not-for-profit vocational college. Throughout our almost 80 years of operation, we have trained thousands of students, from Australia and overseas, to be ready for employment.

Torrens University Australia | Open Day

Open Day gives you a taste of what we do and how we do it. Meet our academics, talk to current students and tour our campuses. We’re here to help you turn your dream into your career.

Tabor | Early Entry

Benefits   Tabor Early Entry (TEE) is a tertiary entry pathway option for students in Year 11, 12 or 13 who already know they want to change the world and don’t want to wait for an ATAR to secure their place   Eligibility   Once approved, provisional places are offered to students regardless of ATAR achieved, subject …

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How to become an Instructional Designer

How to become an Instructional Designer

Instructional Designers are responsible for creating instructional materials, including user manuals, tutorials, online courses, and employee training modules. They create content for all kinds of users, including product users, universities and other learning institutions, businesses, and more. If you’re an excellent communicator, are curious about how things work, and enjoy helping people solve problems, this …

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How to become an Early Childhood Educator

How to become an Early Childhood Educator

Early Childhood Educators are responsible for teaching and caring for children under school age. They teach kids basic literacy and numeracy skills, as well as engaging them with various activities including arts, sports, music, and more. They also facilitate social interactions and care for a child’s emotional wellbeing. If you love kids, can handle a …

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Murdoch | Online: MU Open Nights (Social Sciences, Media, Business, Law & Education)

Are you thinking of studying at Murdoch University? Attend our Online Open Night and find out everything you need to know about studying as an undergraduate in Social Sciences, Media, Creative Arts, Business, Law, Criminology and Education from some of our leading academics. You’ll have the opportunity to explore the wide range of courses we …

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Aurora Internship Program Indigenous Scholarships

The Internship Program continues to focus on supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and graduates via internships as pathways to jobs in Indigenous organisations and other organisations working in the Indigenous sector.

UC | Fast Forward Program

Benefits   Year 11 students enrolled at schools in the ACT and surrounds can apply for the Fast Forward Program (FFP), which will give you access to an early conditional offer into nominated UC courses. Each year UC accepts 25 all-rounder Year 11 students into the program, giving you the opportunity to participate in a …

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UWA | Predicted ATAR Entry

Benefits   Ready to begin your career journey at UWA? If you are currently in Year 12, our Early Offers pathway means you can tick your application off your list early. So, it’s one less thing you need to think about, and you can spend that time focusing on your final exams. We’ll be providing …

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ECU | Early Offer Program

Benefits   Year 12 is always a busy one, with pressure to get the result you want for uni entry. So let’s take some of that pressure off with an early offer. This pathway gives you a conditional offer of a place at uni before you start your exams. It’s for Year 12s with expected …

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Curtin | Predicted ATAR Entry

Benefits   If you’re in year 12 or you’ve already graduated with a WACE certificate, you can apply now for first semester 2023. Submit your course preferences via TISC with Curtin as your first preference from Monday 4 April 2022. If you’re currently in year 12 and apply to Curtin now through TISC, we will …

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USQ | Early Offer

Benefits   The USQ Early Offer allows eligible Year 12 students who place USQ #1 on their QTAC application, to receive an early offer at the University of Southern Queensland. Students can receive an early offer in one of two ways – via recommendation from a Principal or Principal’s delegate or successful completion of a …

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National Skills Commission – Skills Clusters

Skills clusters show groups of similar specialist tasks. The specialist tasks are designed to describe day-to-day work within an occupation. These tasks are broadly transferable – if you can do one task in the cluster, you can do the others. Skills clusters illustrate a new way of looking at the labour market at a ‘deeper’ …

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JCU | Early Offer Program

Benefits   If you’re in Year 12 and graduating this year, you may be able to receive an early offer for a course. Receiving an early offer will allow you to start making plans for next year now! You will also have access to JCU’s support services earlier, ensuring you have a seamless transition to …

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VU | VU Guaranteed

Benefits   Our exclusive VU Guaranteed program offers Year 11 and 12 students a guaranteed place at Victoria University (VU) or Victoria University Polytechnic (VU Polytechnic), prior to their final Year 12 exams. Guaranteed place – Feel confident going into your exams, with a VU or VU Polytechnic place. Study guides – Prepare for success …

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Swinburne | Early Entry Program

Benefits   Because we don’t think a singular score or the state of the world should derail your life plans, we announced the first ever Swinburne Early Entry Program in 2020 – an initiative that saw hundreds of Year 12 students admitted into the course of their choice, no ATAR required. In 2021, we invited students to apply once again; making conditional offers into …

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RMIT | Early Offer Program

Benefits   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 2022, 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 …

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La Trobe | Prepare for La Trobe

Benefits   Your ATAR is just one way to get into university. At La Trobe, our research has shown that there are other ways to predict your success. That’s why we’ve created Prepare for La Trobe: a pathway to La Trobe where you study micro-subjects that set you up for success in future study, alongside your …

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WSU | HSC True Reward

Benefits   Our HSC True Reward early offer program will give school leavers much needed peace of mind, providing students an early offer into most university degrees based on their Year 11 or Year 12 results.   Eligibility   The HSC True Reward program is open to both domestic and international NSW HSC students. Depending …

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UOW | Early Admission

Benefits   UOW’s Early Admissions give you the chance to receive an early offer before sitting exams. You do not need to meet any particular subject band results or ATAR score unless specified. Once you accept your offer in the portal – which will be provided with your offer – there’s nothing more you need …

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UTS | Early Entry Program

Benefits   Designed for high-achieving school students, the UTS Early Entry Program allows you to secure a place in your preferred UTS degree based on your Year 11 academic achievements. It’s free to apply for the UTS Early Entry Program. Due to the high demand for certain courses such as Midwifery, they are not included …

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SCU | Early Offer Program

Benefits   The Early Offer program allows you to secure your place in a Southern Cross University degree before your Year 12 results are even released. It’s designed to remove some of the pressure from Year 12 and give you a pathway directly into university study that is not based solely on your Year 12 …

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Macquarie | Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Entry Pathway (ATSIEP)

Benefits   The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Entry Pathway (ATSIEP) is run by Walanga Muru – Macquarie University. This admissions pathway provides opportunities for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students to study undergraduate level courses at Macquarie University and determines readiness for study or providing advice on alternative opportunities.   Eligibility   To be …

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ACU | ACU Guarantee

Benefits   Guarantee your place at ACU, even before your Year 12 exams. The ACU Guarantee program offers eligible Year 12 students a place at ACU based on your Year 11 results. By assessing your Year 11 results, we can give you a predicted selection rank and make you an offer before you sit your …

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Notre Dame | Early Offer Program

Benefits   The Young Achievers Early Offer Program is your opportunity to secure a place at the No.1 University in Australia for Overall Satisfaction prior to commencing final exams. The first step is to gather your academic information: To apply to the Fremantle campus, collate your Year 11 and Year 12* mid-year reports in a …

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USC | Early Offer Guarantee

Benefits   USC’s Early Offer Guarantee gives Year 12 students in Australia the opportunity to secure a guaranteed place at USC as early as August. These offers are made before the release of Year 12 results, so students don’t have to wait until the December or January QTAC offer rounds to start planning their uni …

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Murdoch | Online: MU Open Nights (Humanities, Media, Business, Law & Education)

Are you thinking of studying at Murdoch University? Attend our Online Open Night and find out everything you need to know about studying as an undergraduate in Social Sciences, Media, Creative Arts, Business, Law, Criminology and Education from some of our leading academics. You’ll have the opportunity to explore the wide range of courses we …

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ACU | Talk with Teachers

Join us online to hear from ACU teaching alumni who are working in education. Take part in a Q&A session with our graduates and learn about their experiences going from the lecture halls to leading their own classrooms and how they make a difference to young people’s lives.

UWA Fogarty Scholarship Program

The UWA Fogarty Scholarship Program is one of Australia’s premier scholarship programs. It is a joint venture between the Fogarty Foundation and the University of Western Australia investing in the future leaders of our state.

ANU Tuckwell Scholarship Program

The Tuckwell Scholarship Program is the most transformational undergraduate scholarship program in Australia. We award 25 Scholarships each year and offer talented and motivated students the opportunity to realise their potential by providing financial support, personal enrichment and development opportunities. Most importantly, Scholars can connect with and learn from one another within our home on …

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Cadetships in Australia

Cadetships in Australia

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

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Flinders Sophia Fund Indigenous Bursaries

A generous donation from the Sophia Fund, has enabled the establishment of the Sophia Fund Indigenous Bursaries. They have been established to encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to undertake a higher education course.

Rural and Regional Enterprise Scholarships Program (RRESP)

The Rural and Regional Enterprise Scholarships Program (RRESP) supports access to tertiary education for people from regional and remote areas of Australia studying any discipline, from Certificate IV to PhD level with an eligible higher education provider or vocational education and training institution. Scholarship recipients can choose any mode of study – face-to-face or online/by …

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University of Melbourne Hansen Scholarship

The Hansen Scholarship will be awarded to talented undergraduate students whose financial circumstances present a challenge to accessing a first-class education. Recipients will be awarded accommodation, an allowance, and financial and personal support.

Rosemary Bishop Indigenous Education Scholarship

The Rosemary Bishop Indigenous Education Scholarship is available to any Indigenous child from regional, rural and remote communities and towns throughout Australia who will be entering Year 7 in 2023. Scholarships are limited to two children per family.

Atatürk Scholarship

The Atatürk Scholarship was founded in 2020 by members of the Australian Turkish community to provide financial assistance to Australian students of Turkish ancestry who strive to excel in studies, enhancing peace and friendship between all people and all nations. The Scholarship provides financial assistance to students commencing their first year of tertiary study at …

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QUT QIC Indigenous Tertiary Scholarship

The QIC Indigenous Tertiary Scholarship is a key component of QIC’s Reconciliation Action Plan’s focus on employment and the talent pipeline. This scholarship is aimed at supporting and enabling Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students enrolling in and continuing their university education.

WSU Enid Helen Hort and Family Scholarship

The Enid Helen Hort and Family Scholarships are intended to ensure that people of all walks of life have the opportunity to attend University including those who may have experienced financial hardship, or those who may not have come from a privileged background.

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