Beyond School Study Guide'Beyond School Study Guide' Please click for this resource. https://www.studyassist.gov.au/BSSG'
Swinburne 2021 Early Entry ProgramA different way to enter university that will not depend on your ATAR. For Semester 1, 2021 only.
The Swinburne 2021 Early Entry Program is a unique opportunity for current Year 12 students to receive a conditional offer based on a recommendation by the school, and not based on an ATAR.
Apications open early August 2020 but interested students are invited to register their interest and receive regular updates - register here
News from RMIT University
RMIT is excited to introduce a series of webinars that provide students and parents information on its wide range of study areas. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions to RMIT staff and students about the courses they might be interested in.
Bond with Bond Webinar
Discover the Bond University Difference
At Bond University, students enjoy small classes, world class facilities and are immersed in an environment with endless possibilities. Whether that be leadership opportunities, international exchanges, internships, social clubs, and a strong sporting culture. Students keen on finding out more are encouraged to connect to an online presentation on Wednesday 22 July at 6.00pm to discover why Bond University has ranked #1 for Student Experience in Australia for the last fourteen years in a row.
http:// Bond with Bond Webinar
Applying Directly to the University of Notre Dame
We know that you’re a person, not a number. That’s why our unique admissions process goes beyond a single score. We are interested in the person. We consider your academic record and your personal qualities, your gifts and talents, your motivation to study, and your contribution to community life.
The University of Notre Dame is accepting direct applications from Year 12 students and if students choose to apply now, they will be required to provide:
Final Year 11 and available Year 12 reports; other supporting documentation you would like considered (this may include certificates, awards or references that demonstrate your achievements), and in the application provide details regarding what is motivating you to study the degree you have chosen, and about your interests and achievements.
Find out more at Applying to Notre Dame
News from Monash University
Register for these webinars at Inside Monash Webinars
The following webinars will take place in August and students can register for any of the three. The webinars will take place from 6.30pm – 8.00pm AEST but please check the times when registering.
- Upcoming Information Evening Webinars
Tuesday 11 August Register here Wednesday 12 August Register here Tuesday 25 August Register here
There are a number of webinars scheduled for September too. To find out more, visit Information Evening Webinars
Federation University Course Guide 2021
Please click on this link for the electronic version of the 2021 Course Guide for Federation University
TIS Important Upcoming Webinars 4pm-5pm
The new Tertiary Information Service (TIS) upcoming webinar schedule is as follows-
Please visit the TIS website for log-in details for follow their events on Facebook:
- Year 10 Subject Selection on Wednesday 24th June at 4pm-5pm
- VTAC Applications on Wednesday 29th July at 4pm-5pm
- SEAS and Scholarship Applications on Wednesday 26gh August at 4pm-5pm
- Transition to University /Moving Away from Home on Thursday 1st October at 4pm-5pm
VTAC Preparation Information
New Exercise and Sports Science/Nutrition Science
From 2021, ACU will be offering the new double degree in Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science/Bachelor of Nutrition Science. This course is is ideal for students who are passionate about fitness and creating a better life for others. The Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science/Bachelor of Nutrition Science will uniquely equip graduates to become experts in professions related to both exercise/sport science and nutrition science. Graduates will capitalise on the synergies between the two fields of study to promote optimal health and nutrition through the lifespan.
VCE entry requirements are: Units 3 and 4 – a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or at least 25 in English other than EAL and a study score of at least 25 in one of Biology, Chemistry, any Mathematics, Physical Education, Physics or Psychology.
Graduates of this double degree will be eligible to apply for further study in nutrition research or in dietetics to become an accredited practising dietitian. In addition, they will be eligible to apply for further study in exercise science/sports science research and clinical exercise physiology to become an accredited exercise physiologist, or further study in high performance sport.
Find out more at Exercise and Sports Science/Nutrition Science
Charles Sturt Advantage Early Offer ProgramThe Charles Sturt Advantage is our way of recognising Year 12 students who demonstrate to us how you’ve displayed resilience, empathy and a commitment to creating a world worth living in (like your motivation to study your chosen degree) – the soft skills we know give them the edge!
Earlier this year, this Early Offer Program was advertised, and CSU is hosting an online information session on Tuesday 23 June 2020 at 6.30pm which might be of interest to some students. Register here.
Students can apply for a wide variety of undergraduate courses for 2021 via the Charles Sturt Advantage program. Applications are open and will close 31 August 2020.
Visit Charles Sturt Advantage.
Stem Hub a digital platform connecting students and industry. This hub is open to all university students and graduates from any universities who have studies science, technology, engineering, and/or mathematics. Students who sign up get access to leading industries and potential future employers. Current senior students planning to study in one of these fields are encouraged to browse this link and flag this platform as a valuable resource once at university.
Careers in Real EstateWorking in the real estate profession offers students the opportunity to achieve high levels of personal satisfaction and career success. In general terms, estate agents lease, manage, appraise, buy and sell residential, rural, commercial and industrial property or business on behalf of clients. The first step in establishing a real estate career is to become an agent’s representative. Agent’s representatives perform a variety of real estate roles under the supervision of a licensed estate agent. Students who are interested in completing a course to become a real estate agent, might like to browse the following link that addresses a number of FAQs - Student Information
For more information about careers in real estate and the Real Estate Institute of Victoria (REIV) visit REIV
News from La Trobe UniversityStudent Excellence AcademyThe La Trobe Student Excellence Academy provides support and enrichment opportunities that expand the study and employment advantages to current students. Current senior students are encouraged to browse the link included to learn more about the advantages of being part of this program should you enrol at La Trobe UniversityLa Trobe Accelerator ProgramStudents with a keen interest in entrepreneurship, new business start-ups, etc. might be keen on learning more about the La Trobe Accelerator Program which is open to current La Trobe students and connects participants with mentors, resources, seminars, and workshops, enabling them to succeed in their new endeavours. Participants have the opportunity to do internships, and receive business development support, and start-up teams may be awarded $10,000 as seed-funding for their new business.
Students are encouraged to browse the above link, and also visit the Frequently Asked Questions link which provides very detailed information
What does an Otolaryngologist d
The Career Cornerstone website indicates that an otolaryngologist is a head and neck surgeon who provides complete medical and surgical care for patients with diseases and disorders that affect the ears, nose, throat, the respiratory and upper alimentary systems and related structures of the head and neck. An otolaryngologist diagnoses and provides medical and/or surgical therapy or prevention of diseases, allergies, neoplasms, deformities, disorders and/or injuries of the ears, nose, sinuses, throat, respiratory and upper alimentary systems, face, jaws, and the other head and neck systems. Head and neck oncology, facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, and the treatment of disorders of hearing and voice are fundamental areas of expertise. According to the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, to become an otolaryngologist, one must have medical and surgical training and experience as part of the selection into the training.
Vic Uni Guaranteed
VU Guaranteed offers Year 11 and 12 students from key partnership schools a guaranteed place at Victoria University (VU) or Victoria University Polytechnic (VU Polytechnic), prior to completing Year 12. VU Guaranteed exists to ensure that, if you’re willing and motivated to study, you can gain guaranteed access to a course that will help take you to your chosen career path
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