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A reminder to Year 12 students who are interested in a business career that Business Cadetship applications close on 17 August 2022. By this date, both your Application Form and School Assessment are due in. You can read more about the program here. Apply online: www.businesscadetships.com.au
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
Thinking of studying Occupational Therapy at CQUniversity? The Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) at CQUni has been recently updated – it’s now a quota course. This means there are a limited number of places available for students each year. Importantly, this also means you won’t be able to apply for this degree through CQUni’s Principal’s
The past couple of years have seen a huge uptake in universities moving their learning online, and it’s an option that’s more popular and accessible than ever. But for some people, it’s not quite the same as being able to attend classes on campus. So what’s the best option for you if you’re looking to
Like to get a taste of university study and life before you finish high school? You can thanks to many universities offering Uni at School programs. These programs let you enrol and study one or more university subjects alongside your regular high school studies. It’s a great way to see what might be in store
2023 applications are now open for Charles Sturt’s Doctor of Medicine, Bachelor of Veterinary Science and Bachelor of Dental Science through UAC. If you’re thinking of studying vet science, you’ll also need to complete this form and a predicted ATAR letter. For the Doctor of Medicine and Dental Science, you must have registered and sat
Did you know there’s a TAFE pathway into paramedicine at VU? Students who complete the Certificate III in Non-Emergency Patient Transport at VU Polytechnic can secure a place in the Diploma of Emergency Health Care and then the Bachelor of Paramedicine, with one year credit – so you can become a paramedic in three years.
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
Vocational Education and Training (VET) opens doors to endless career opportunities. In this video, former VET students look back on their VET journey and how it shaped their successful careers. https://education.nsw.gov.au/public-schools/career-and-study-pathways/educational-pathways-program/resources/my-vet-journey Watch the full video here: https://education.nsw.gov.au/public-schools/career-and-study-pathways/educational-pathways-program/resources/my-vet-journey
What is a USI? A USI is a reference number made up of numbers and letters, that is unique to you. It allows you to create a secure online record of all or any nationally recognised training that you complete. You’ll only ever need to create one USI account, it will be yours for life.
Interested in a career in healthcare? Mater Education, in partnership with Metro North Hospital and Health Service (MNHHS) and Brisbane North West Trade Training Centre, is proud to offer this customised program, which gives school students who identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander the opportunity to explore a range of exciting healthcare career
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