Careers News

Applications opening

Applications for study at university in 2022 are opening this Thursday 1 April. Students will be able to apply for undergraduate study as well as Schools Recommendation SchemesEducational Access Schemes and Equity Scholarships.

 

UNSW Law Admission Test (LAT)

LAT is used for selection into UNSW Law double degrees. For students interested in studying law at UNSW, LAT 2021 will be held on Thursday 30 September 2021Registrations open on 3 May 2021 and UNSW will hold an information evening on 6 May. Visit the LAT website or contact UNSW for further information.

 

Unique Student Identifier (USI)

From 2021, students starting higher education will need to have USI to get Commonwealth financial assistance (HECS-HELP). Their USI will be their personal education identifier and stays with them for life. Year 12 students will need to apply for their USI before they commence university. For further information go to https://www.usi.gov.au/

 

University of Sydney Year 10 Information Evenings
Tuesday 20 April
Tuesday 4 May
Thursday 6 May (online)

Join either on campus or online to discover your options at the University of Sydney. Get your questions answered about subject selection, scaling, pre-requisites and assumed knowledge and hear all about university life.

https://www.sydney.edu.au/study/events-for-prospective-students/undergraduate.html?tc=edm|stud|mc-student|edu-staff-hss|%20|

 

UNSW Year 10 Subject Selection and Information Evenings

22 April. 6pm

28 April. 6pm

12 May. 6pm

Get advice and information that is specially tailored for Year 10 students, that will help you navigate the HSC subject selection process, explain how UNSW admissions and scholarship applications work, and give you an insight into university life so that you can get a head start on planning your future.

More details here.

 

University of Sydney Year 12 Information Evening
Tuesday 18 May

Join on campus to find out more about undergraduate course options, admission pathways, scholarships and more. Hear from current students about their university experiences and discover why we’re 1st in Australia and 4th in the world for graduate employability.^

https://www.sydney.edu.au/study/events-for-prospective-students/undergraduate.html?tc=edm|stud|mc-student|edu-staff-hss|%20|

 

Experience UNSW Day’s

Experience UNSW days will take place in the upcoming school holidays across most faculties,

Arts, Design and Architecture – 13 April. 10am to 2.30pm

Business – 15 April. 10am to 2.30pm

Engineering – 14 April. 10am to 2.30pm

Law and Justice – 14 April. 10am to 2.30pm

Medicine & Health – 15 April. 10am to 2.30pm

Go to the UNSW website for further information

 

Register your interest Western Sydney University Free HSC Study

WSU’s free HSC Study Sessions are led by highly qualified and experienced educators who will give you the skills and knowledge to maximise your HSC results. 

Each workshop is an invaluable addition to your school studies, as you will develop a solid understanding of HSC exam techniques, subject knowledge, and HSC preparation skills. 

Register your interest below and WSU will be in touch with more information closer to the event.

https://www.westernsydney.edu.au/future/student-life/events/free-hsc-study-sessions.html

 

Register Your Interest with ACU

Are you considering ACU? In light of current social distancing restrictions, students are interacting with universities online.

https://www.acu.edu.au/study-at-acu/register-your-interest

 

UTS – Year 12 students2022 Bachelor of Accounting Information Webinar

Wed 12 May 2021   6-7pm

The UTS Bachelor of Accounting has the aim of producing potential business leaders of the future via an accounting career.

The main benefits to students who are selected into the Bachelor of Accounting are a tax-free scholarship valued at $54,000, a year of full-time work training, and great career prospects with the major employers who support the course. No BAcc graduate has ever missed out on a job, and these job offers are generally made by April of the students’ third and final year of study. That might be only 3 years away from where you are now.

Other key benefits of this program, that set it apart from cadetships or other co-op courses, are that it takes only 3 years to complete and that students in the course study, work and play together as a close group of friends throughout that time. Email   carin.alberts@uts.edu.au

https://www.uts.edu.au/about/uts-business-school/what-we-do/upcoming-events-and-info-sessions/undergraduate/bachelor-accounting-bacc-uts

 

ANU 2022 – Changes to direct application admissions for 2022

Due to the disruptions caused by COVID-19, ANU has adapted their admissions process for undergraduate study at ANU in 2022.

“We will make offers based on Year 11 results on 9 August 2021, and these will be honoured for study in 2022 as long as students have completed Year 12 with an ATAR.”

Learn more about these changes and how it may affect your application, the co-curriculars and service requirement, or program pre-requisites in our admissions FAQs

These changes do not apply to non-school leavers and/or those who did not study an Australian Year 12 or International Baccalaureate (November Session) program. The information on this page is related to study in 2022. Read in full here:

https://www.anu.edu.au/study/apply/domestic-applications-anu-undergraduate/applying-to-anu-application-details/changes-to

 

University of Canberra Alternative Entry

UC offers a number of entry initiatives that give applicants the opportunity to gain entry via alternative admissions schemes. Go to:

https://www.canberra.edu.au/future-students/apply-now/alternative-entry

 

NIDA Open Day

Save the Date, Saturday 12 June 2021 

This year, NIDA Open Day will take place in person as well as online, with live streamed undergraduate, postgraduate and vocational course talks, alumni panels, workshops and more! The full schedule will be announced in April, register for updates or contact NIDA on 02 9697 7600 or at info@nida.edu.au

 

Nursing Careers

The following information will explain what it is like to be nurse and looks at specialised areas of nursing.

http://nursingcourses.net.au/nursing-in-australia

 

And wait…there’s more!

 

 

Stephen Donlan

Careers Advisor