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Bond | Prepare for study in 2021

Online Session for Domestic undergraduate and pathways students   You may have some questions about starting study in 2021and to ensure you have all the answers, Bond invites you to join them for an upcoming online session where a current student and experts will explain everything you need to know about multi-modal learning and how to …

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Bond | Medical Program Information Session

Do you have questions about Bond’s Medical Program? The Bond University Medical Program offers students opportunities to bring to life their ambitions to become outstanding practitioners, thinkers, and leaders, well equipped to deliver evidence-based, patient-centered health care that meets the needs of a diverse community. We invite you to join the Dean of Medicine who will provide an …

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A Career in Architecture

A Career in Architecture

A career in Architecture presents so many opportunities, read about the pathways that could get you there. No time to read, no worries. Here’s a podcast that asks architects from around Australia how they continue to learn and develop their practices in their fast-evolving profession. We found these resources on the Australian Institute of Architects …

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What happens if I start struggling at uni?

What happens if I start failing at uni?

In the news today it was announced that university students who fail more than half their subjects could face losing their government financial support. Nothing is certain yet (it’s been proposed before and hasn’t happened yet). So if you’re thinking about applying to university, then please don’t let this announcement put you off. Read about …

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Changed your mind no problem change your preferences

Changed your mind? No problem, change your preferences

Applying to uni has been designed to be a flexible system (within reason). Universities and admission centres recognise entering into tertiary studies is a big decision and people change their minds for all kinds of reasons. It happens and it’s no big deal, with just a little bit of time and effort you can easily …

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Changing Preferences a Quick Read

Changing Preferences a Quick Read

Congratulations, you’ve made it to the end of year 12 and survived the epic finale of exams and assessments. Now’s the time to enjoy graduation, formals and schoolies, then relax until ATAR / OP results are released. It could be good to take some time to reassess your uni preferences too.   When to leave …

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Discover 10 Cool Courses

We’re pretty spoilt with all the options for education and careers, which is fantastic. It means we can study where we want, how we want and what we want pretty much. But with great choices, sometimes come decisions, and more decisions, which can make for big headaches. It’s common and popular courses that dominate lunch …

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Deakin – Teaching information session

Wednesday 19 September 2019 | 5.30–6.30pm Deakin University Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus An information session providing an overview of the undergraduate teaching courses offered at Deakin: Bachelor of Education (Early Years) Bachelor of Education (Primary) Bachelor of Health and Physical Education. Hear from passionate staff members regarding course selection and entry requirements (including the CASPer …

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Deakin – Teaching information session

Tuesday 17 September 2019 | 5.30–6.30pm Deakin University Melbourne Burwood Campus Come along to this information session for an overview of the undergraduate teaching courses : Bachelor of Education (Early Years) Bachelor of Education (Primary) Bachelor of Health and Physical Education Bachelor of Science/Master of Teaching (Secondary) Bachelor of Arts/Master of Teaching (Secondary). Hear from …

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Deakin – Teaching information session

Tuesday 17 September 2019 | 4–5pm Deakin University Warrnambool Campus Information session for an overview of the undergraduate teaching courses offered at Deakin. Teaching degrees include: Bachelor of Education (Early Years) Bachelor of Education (Primary). Hear from passionate staff members regarding course selection and entry requirements (including the CASPer test), course specialisations and how students …

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Why you should explore scholarships

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 and/or career prospects. Lots of people think that scholarships are only there …

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TAC University Applications for 2020

Already familiar with Tertiary Admissions Centres (TACs), what they do and how they work? Great. For those of you not so sure, TACs are the organisations who process the thousands of applications to tertiary institutions each year. So if you’d like to do further studies after high school, there’s a high chance you’ll be applying …

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UniSA | Magill Campus Day

Wednesday 28 August 2019 | 4.00pm – 8.00pm Magill Campus Visit your future campus and discover everything you need to know about studying at UniSA’s Magill Campus. Find out more about study and career areas for education, languages, psychology, cognitive neuroscience, social work, human services, creative industries, communication and media, journalism, professional writing, media arts, …

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Ace your applications

It’s that time of year, when regardless of your next move after high school, you’ll be needing to start applications. Applications to uni, TAFE, applying for jobs, scholarships, bursaries, or even applying for gap year projects or visas to travel overseas. Here’s our top tips on putting together a great application, that’ll get you noticed …

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UniSA | Mawson Lakes Campus Day

Attend UniSA Whyalla Campus Open Day and explore the range of degrees and pathways on offer at SA’s No.1 University for graduate careers*. Visit your future campus at Mawson Lakes and explore the world of engineering, information technology, science, environmental science, aviation, mathematics and education. Campus Day is your chance to discover everything you need about …

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Discover CDU

Explore behind the scenes at our CDU Casuarina Campus. Chat to lecturers to explore your next degree, Vocational Education and Training possibilities and career options. Connect with student ambassadors to find out what its like to study at CDU and take part in the interactive activities and workshops. Find out how to get involved and …

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Flinders University | Open Days

Here’s your opportunity to experience life and learning at Flinders. Get hands-on with a range of exciting interactive activities, demonstrations, campus tours and more than 140 information sessions over two eye-opening days. Make yourself at home in our Student Hub and Plaza, the heart of the Bedford Park campus. Talk to lecturers and current students …

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This week’s Open Days

If you haven’t already been to an Open Day, or you haven’t found the perfect course or Uni for you yet. Don’t worry, there are still more happening this week.   NSW: La Trobe University | Sydney Open Day Thursday 22 August | 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm CQUni Sydney – Open Day Thursday 22 August | …

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Mackay Careers Expo

Wednesday 7 August 2019 | 10am – 6pm Mackay Multisports Stadium The Mackay Careers Expo is a great chance to get hands on with the businesses and organisations that can help you begin or grow your career journey! For more information go to http://www.mackaycareersexpo.com/#mackay-careers-expo

Ready to leave school?

If you’re about to leave school and begin the next chapter of life, it can be exciting and of course – a little bit daunting. Here’s our top things to consider, if you haven’t already.   Money: Whether you plan to start working straight away, get an apprenticeship or traineeship, or plan to do further …

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2020 QTAC Guide to Further Study

QTAC’s guide for Year 12 students planning on going on to further studies, is available now. It covers all the information you’ll need about applying to Uni through QTAC. Courses that are available, as well as how to understand the course guides and entry requirements. It also lists all the institutions that you can’t apply …

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TAC Opening Dates 2019

If you’re looking at applying to Uni in 2020, and you want to apply through one of the Tertiary Admission Centres (TAC), you’ll be able to get your applications started, or done, really soon. Open dates Queensland Universities, apply through QTAC from Thursday 1 August 2019. For Universities in New South Wales and the ACT, …

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Early offer closing dates 2019

If you’re interested in applying to Uni and receiving a conditional offer* before you’ve sat your exams, then there’s still chance to apply to some of the early offer schemes around Australia. * A “conditional offer” means it’s based on your predicted ATAR / OP score. It’s not guaranteed, you’ll have to achieve your predicted …

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Geelong TIS | Information Event

Friday 26 July 2019 | 9.30 – 2.45pm | Deakin Uni Yr 12 students attend a presentation about VTAC and transitioning to tertiary education after high school, then have an opportunity to meet and gain information from a range of tertiary institutions. This session runs for about 1 hour in total. For more information or …

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Deakin – Nursing and Midwifery Course Information Session

Thursday 25 July 2019 | 6–8pm Saturday 27 July 2019  | 2.30–4.30pm Building BC, Level 2 (please visit reception for allocated room), Deakin University, Melbourne Burwood Campus Explore our purpose-built learning spaces with state-of-the-art equipment, designed to replicate clinical settings. Hear from our passionate academic staff about our high quality and patient-centred approach to nursing …

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Deakin – Nursing and Midwifery Course Information Session

Thursday 25 July 2019  | 6–8pm Saturday 27 July 2019  | 2.30–4.30pm Costa Hall, Deakin University, Geelong Waterfront Campus Explore our purpose-built learning spaces with state-of-the-art equipment, designed to replicate clinical settings. Hear from our passionate academic staff about our high-quality and patient-centred approach to nursing education, and hear from our students about why they …

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VU Guaranteed Program

Victoria University’s VU Guaranteed program offers Year 11 and 12 students from partnership schools a guaranteed place at Victoria University (VU) or Victoria University Polytechnic (VU Polytechnic), before your final Year 12 exams. How does it work Check you’re eligibility (current Year 11 or 12 student at one of the partnering high schools) Apply Receive …

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UTAS | High Achiever Program

UTAS – High Achiever Program is for high achieving high school students. You’ll get to: do University units to complement and extend their TCE studies contribute towards the calculation of your Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) credit towards a UTAS degree, giving you the option of accelerating through their degree, or taking on additional subjects …

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Get Uni Credits at high school

Some Universities across Australia have designed programs for high school students to take part in. They could encourage you to pursue a Uni education, see whether you like a course you have in mind (or not) and make your transition from Year 12 into Uni easier. Some of the courses will even give you credits …

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Curtin | Innovative Schools Consortium

Curtin University offers the Innovative Schools Consortium program. Designed to give high achieving students the opportunity to attend workshops, seminars and academies that result in a record of achievement that will count towards Curtin’s entry requirements and allow opportunities for accelerated entry into Curtin. Students must be enrolled on the ACES program, which requires your …

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ANU Extension Program

The Australian National University offers the ANU Extension Program (formally known as ANU Secondary College). It’s a program designed for year 11 and 12 students in ACT schools and colleges. You can enrol in an ANU academic award program and study courses in: Astrophysics Biodiversity Chemistry Discovering Engineering Physics Special mathematics Indonesian Japanese Chinese If you …

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Loddon TIS | Information Event

Monday 22 – Thursday 24 July 2019 | 9.30 – 2.45pm | Charlton, Mildura, Swan Hill, Kerang and Echuca/Moama Yr 12 students attend a presentation about VTAC and transitioning to tertiary education after high school, then have an opportunity to meet and gain information from a range of tertiary institutions. This session runs for about …

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Campus Tour – ECU South West

Tuesday 16 July 2019 | 11am – 12pm ECU Campus Bunbury Join this guided and check out the facilities at the Bunbury campus and in some of the schools. To register go to https://www.facebook.com/events/297012867632582/

ECU Campus Tour – Joondalup

Wednesday 10 July 2019 | 11am – 12pm Joondalup Campus Join a guided tour and check out the facilities on at the Mount Lawley campus and in some of the schools. To register go to https://www.facebook.com/events/2010727095892982/

ECU Campus Tour – Mount Lawley

Tuesday 9 July 2019 | 11am – 12pm Mount Lawley Campus A guided look at the facilities around the campus and in some of the schools. Register at https://www.facebook.com/events/385476285605517/  

Swinburne – Discover Design

Tuesday 9 July 2019 | 9am- 4pm to Friday 12 July  2019 | 9am – 2pm Innovation Precinct, FS401, Swinburne University of Technology Discover Design is a creative school holiday program for Year 10–12 students who would like to learn more about design careers, courses and pathways. Participants will develop a design portfolio, broaden their problem solving and …

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VU | Sport & recreation career information for Year 9–11 students

Wednesday 26 June 2019 | 9.30am – 2pm | Footscray Park Campus Are your Year 9, 10 or 11 students interested in sport-related careers? Bring them along to our information day on 26 June for inspiration, information and hands-on activities. To register & for more information go to https://www.vu.edu.au/about-vu/news-events/events/sport-recreation-career-information-for-year-9-11-students

How to become a Surgeon

How to become a Surgeon

What do they do? Surgeons perform surgery to correct deformities, repair injuries, prevent and treat diseases, and improve human functioning and appearance. If you have a steady hand, an inquiring mind, and work well under intense pressure then surgeon might be the career for you.   Duties:  examine patients to determine medical state, necessity of …

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University of Melbourne | My Future in Engineering

Tuesday 25 June 2019 | 6 – 8pm B117 Theatre, Glyn Davis Building (Melbourne School of Design), Parkville Campus The My Future in Engineering course information evening is your opportunity to: Chat face-to-face with University of Melbourne staff Hear from current students about uni life Explore topics such as breadth options, electives, internships, studying overseas, scholarships and …

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2019 Western Victorian Careers Expo

Tuesday 25 June 2019 | 9.30am – 2.00pm | Wimmera Events Centre, Longerenong The Western Victorian Careers Expo is country Victoria’s largest careers expo. A one-stop-shop of vocational information to Western Victorian students, school leavers, job seekers, career changers, those returning to work and people considering further study or training. For more information go to …

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North East TIS | Information Event

Friday 21 June 2019 | 10am – 1.15pm | Cathedral College Wangaratta Yr 12 students attend a presentation about VTAC and transitioning to tertiary education after high school, then have an opportunity to meet and gain information from a range of tertiary institutions. This session runs for about 1 hour in total. To register or …

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University of Melbourne | My Future in Biomedicine

Thursday 20 June 2019 | 6 – 8pm Kathleen Fitzpatrick Theatre, Arts West, Parkville Campus Biomedicine is a discipline concerned with the processes and systems that create, sustain and threaten life. Our Bachelor of Biomedicine prepares you for the challenges of healthcare delivery and biomedical research. The My Future in Biomedicine course information evening is your opportunity …

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Electrician

  What do they do? Electricians plan, install, maintain, repair, test and commission electrical and electronic equipment and systems for industrial, commercial and domestic purposes. Everyday Australians wouldn’t have access to the lights, televisions, appliances and equipment that are essential to modern life without them. If you enjoy working with your hands, being out and …

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University of Canberra Vice-Chancellor’s International Poetry Prize

The University of Canberra Vice-Chancellor’s International Poetry Prize celebrate the significance of poetry around the world, this prize is administered by the  International Poetry Studies Institute (IPSI), and has been an annual event since 2014. You don’t have to be a student or applicant to UC to enter, but you do have to be aged 18 …

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UC Starter Pack

Thinking about applying to UC? If you are and you accept an offer with them, remember to enter this great competition. You could win $4,000 goodies. Wouldn’t that be a brilliant start to Uni life. Here is some of the swag: MacBook Pro 13 inch 128GB + Microsoft Office personal Club Lime 12 Month Multi …

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University of Melbourne | My Future in Law

Wednesday 19 June 2019 | 6 – 8pm David P. Derham Theatre, Melbourne Law School, Parkville Campus The My Future in Law course information evening is your opportunity to: Chat face-to-face with University of Melbourne staff Hear from current students about uni life Explore topics such as breadth options, electives, placements, studying overseas, scholarships and research opportunities …

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City TIS | Information Event

Monday 17 and Tuesday 18 June 2019 |  9.30am – 3pm | RMIT Swanston Campus Yr 12 students attend a presentation about VTAC and transitioning to tertiary education after high school, then have an opportunity to meet and gain information from a range of tertiary institutions. This session runs for about 1 hour in total. …

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Peninsula TIS | Information Event

Tuesday 4 June 2019 | 9.45am – 2.30pm | Monash Uni, Peninsula Campus Yr 12 students attend a presentation about VTAC and transitioning to tertiary education after high school, then have an opportunity to meet and gain information from a range of tertiary institutions. This session runs for about 1 hour in total. For more …

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TIS Information Event

Monday 3 June 2019 | 9am – 3pm | Box Hill Institute, Lilydale Yr 12 students attend a presentation about VTAC and transitioning to tertiary education after high school, then have an opportunity to meet and gain information from a range of tertiary institutions. This session runs for about 1 hour in total. A collective …

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2019 Greater Western Sydney Careers Market

Wednesday 22 May & Thursday 23 May 2019 | 9am to 2pm both days Penrith Valley Regional Sports Centre, 30 Herbert Street, Cambridge Park, NSW The Greater Western Sydney Careers Market offers students the chance to explore and speak with the professionals from Universities, Registered Training Organisations, Apprenticeship Centres, Group Training Organisations, Private Colleges, Professional Associations and …

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UCAT ANZ

The University Clinical Aptitude Test is a compulsory test that you’ll have to sit in order to apply for some degrees in the fields of medicine or dentistry. If you’re thinking of applying to Uni fin 2020 for a degree in one of those fields, you should check their entry requirements to see if the …

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Statistics about Medicine

Everyone knows that getting into Medicine at Uni is really competitive, but what else do you know about it?   There are 21 University Medical Schools accredited by the Australian Medical Council (AMC) in Australia.   Becoming a Doctor requires grit and determination. It’ll take you on average 10 years after leaving high school to …

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Veterinarian

  What do they do? Veterinarians (Vets) are doctors of animal health. They prevent, diagnose and treat diseases and other health issues in animals. Working in small clinics, emergency and specialty hospitals, zoos and aquariums, wildlife parks, universities, research facilities, pet food and drug manufacturing companies, conservation and government organisations. Are you passionate about animals …

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Antipodeans

From helping build greenhouses in Peru, to providing primary health care in remote Laos or learning rope-weaving in Northern Thailand. There are lots of programs and destinations to choose from. High School Expeditions, Schoolies Unearthed and University Placements—empower students to take ownership and embrace a world beyond their own borders in ways your average beach trip can’t. Offering …

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OP to ATAR – what it means

Overall Position (OP) is being phased out and the Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) will be introduced for students commencing Year 11 in 2019, who will graduate from the end of 2020 (starting tertiary courses from 2021). The ATAR is used in other states and territories already and will bring Queensland in line with them. …

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