LIVESTREAM UNSW Undergraduate Info and Insights Week
23 to 25 June
Designed for Year 11 and 12 students, This covers everything from scholarships and admissions to the UNSW student experience through a series of short livestreamed presentations. At the end of each session, you’ll have the opportunity to participate in a live Q&A, where you can get all your questions answered.
Explore the different sessions available below and register for each session that interests you. Please note that you can register for as many of the sessions as you like, but it is required each attendee to register individually.
LIVESTREAM Experience UNSW Science Day
Have you ever wanted to experience what it would be like as a university student conducting research and experiments in a lab or in the field?
UNSW can take take you on a journey through some of the branches of science that you can study at UNSW. You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions and speak to academic staff and current students.
Macquarie University’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Entry Pathway (ASTIEP)
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.
Bond University: 2021 Year 12 Entry
To ensure Year 12 students are not disadvantaged for 2021 entry, Bond University will assess applications based on Semester 1, Year 12 results. Contact Boyd Shacklock at https://bond.edu.au/profile/boyd-shacklock
Learn more at:
Virtual Open Day and On Campus Events at Charles Sturt
Charles Sturt are still making plans for 2020 Open Day – including a virtual event. On campus or virtual (or both!) Open Day will return this year and it’s a great way to find out all there is to know about studying with Charles Sturt. Learn about courses, applying to uni, early entry, living on campus or studying online, as well as what support is available. More info:
Moving to Canberra: your accommodation options (I know there are some of you interested)
24 June. 4pm to 5pm
Are you looking at moving to Canberra to study at the University of Canberra? Have you thought about where you will live? Join the Domestic Student Recruitment team and accommodation provider Unilodge to find out more about your accommodation options.
Study at ACU
Join ACU online to have all your questions about studying at ACU answered. Get helpful advice on how to apply, find out more about non-traditional pathways to uni, explore your postgraduate study options and hear from students about what life is really like at ACU. Register for the webinar series on the ACU website:
ACU Talk with a Occupational Therapist and a Speech Pathologist
17 June. 5pm
Join online to hear from ACU alumni about their experiences improving people’s quality of life. Take part in a Q&A session with graduates to learn about the rewarding and challenging careers of occupational therapists and speech pathologists.
Last year’s panellists were a:
- speech pathologist at a paediatrics private practice
- occupational therapist at a private practice specialising in brain injury.
ACU – I am an elite athlete or performer
Future student applications remain open all year round
The Elite Athlete and Performer Program (EAPP) is designed to give students who are top sporting or artistic performers the tools they need to achieve balance across their active and academic lives.
The program comes with a range of benefits, including:
- adjustment factors to your entry score
- early timetabling
- academic support and flexibility (deferred exams, extensions, special considerations)
- access to financial scholarships and competition/travel grants
- networking and career development opportunities
UNSW FEAS Scheme for Engineering – Keep an eye open on this one
If you are expecting an ATAR between 83.00 and 92.95 and want to study at UNSW, you are encouraged to apply for the Faculty of Engineering Admissions Scheme (FEAS). FEAS is an alternative pathway for students who want to study at UNSW but don’t meet the Guaranteed Entry Rank (GE) of 93.00. FEAS applies to most UNSW Engineering undergraduate programs, including the double degrees with a GE of 93.
UNSW will evaluate your ability in mathematics, physics and other sciences, design and problem solving, as well as attitude and motivation towards engineering studies.
Just remember, an application for the Faculty of Engineering Admission Scheme is not an application to Engineering at UNSW. You will still need to complete a UAC application by the due date. If you need more information on applying for admission to UNSW, visit the Universities Admissions Centre website.
Call 1300 UNI NSW (1300 864 679) or ask a question unsw.edu.au/ask-question
TAFE NSW Scholarships
TAFE NSW has hundreds of scholarship opportunities which are awarded each year. See below
NSW Fashion Design Studio TAFE
Consistently ranked in the top 20 fashion design schools worldwide*.
FDS also has established partnerships with International Design Institutes in India, United Kingdom, The Netherlands, Hong Kong, Sweden and the United States that allow final year students the opportunity to complete a fourth year overseas and gain an international degree. Do design, couture, tailoring, patternmaking and construction, styling or media.
Aunty Elsie Heiss Scholarship for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students
A new opportunity now exists with the Archdiocese of Sydney funding a scholarship program through the University of Notre Dame Australia, see link below.