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So you just received a scholarship – how should you spend the money? We have some tips to help you get the most bang for your buck.
Hobbies can be more than just fun – they can help you become more productive and teach you valuable skills as well.
Small talk can be daunting for some, but sharpening your communication skills is important for your future – get some tips in this blog.
Find out what it takes to work on a cruise ship in this Workplace Spotlight – explore skills, tasks, jobs, and Career Clusters.
Apprenticeships are a powerful tool to address skill and job shortages – see the benefits and advantages for both workers and employers.
The Transgrid Civil Engineering Scholarship fund will support 100 Charles Sturt engineering students over four cohorts with $20,000 each over four years. All students applying to study engineering at Charles Sturt are encouraged to apply for these scholarships and the
If you live in an eligible low-socioeconomic area, receive an offer from UNSW and enrol for Term 1 2024, you will be eligible to receive the $10,000 UNSW Advantage Award to support you in your first year of studies. Low-socioeconomic
This award was established in 1999 to support academically excellent Year 12 students who intend to enrol at the University of Newcastle in the year following their Higher School Certificate (HSC) studies. The award does not require an application as
Young Reporters for the Environment (YRE) is a program designed to empower young people to take a stand on environmental issues they feel strongly about and give them a platform
Sponsored by the University of Sydney, the Sleek Geeks Science Eureka Prize encourages students to communicate a scientific concept in a way that is accessible and entertaining to the public
The bioregion that encompasses Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica and New Guinea possesses a unique natural heritage stretching back more than 80 million years, to the break-up of the great southern
Inspire creativity at this year’s Very Short Film Festival, where budding filmmakers and storytellers discover their unique voices. With a dedicated junior category, we invite high school and primary students
Women are under-represented in STEM success stories. Let’s change that! Create a 3-minute video about the STEM achievements of an Australian woman and share your video for the chance to
Introducing our Summer School program – an exciting two-week design adventure that propels you into the heart of design. Get ready for an immersive experience where you’ll acquire essential knowledge and foundation design skills, preparing you for further studies and
The Rising Stars Camp is a three-day camp for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in Year 10. This is an all-inclusive three-day camp to further develop leadership skills and experience Macquarie University. The camp is held from December 5-7
Learn how you can apply the science of positive psychology to unlock your children’s potential and improve their wellbeing. In this 2 hour webinar, you’ll learn how to: Help leverage your child’s unique strengths and specific interests, Create sensory friendly spaces
At the Young Space Explorers event, students in Years 9, 10 & 11 have the opportunity to dive into a wide range of activities, from crafting lunar tools to unravelling meteorite mysteries, assembling mini rovers, and embarking on virtual space
Preparing for your exchange program is an important part of the process and is vital to continued program success. At these online meetings, an experienced high school exchange advisor will share an overview of high school exchange programs with Southern
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