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University of Sydney – Economics HSC Study Tips Webinar
1 June. 5.30pm
Dr Shauna Phillips will provide practical advice on preparation for the HSC Economics exam. This will include study tips, advice on exam techniques, how to interpret questions and how to clearly demonstrate your understanding of economics. Dr Phillips has decades of experience teaching across a wide range of subjects in economics.
Reminder – UNSW Law Admission Test
The LAT 2020 will take place on Tuesday 29 September 2020.
Standard registrations close at 5:00pm Friday 14 August 2020.
The LAT is a written test that allows candidates to demonstrate their aptitude and skills for studying Law at UNSW. LAT results will be considered in addition to the ATAR (or equivalent academic result) in the UNSW selection process to differentiate amongst the many high achieving Law applicants. Completion of the LAT will enable UNSW to gain a more rounded view of a candidate’s capability to study Law; it will also give applicants the opportunity to demonstrate further their suitability for the Law program at UNSW. Register here:
University of Sydney Upcoming Events
Year 12 Information Evening
- Tuesday 9 June
For more information and to register your attendance, visit:
University of Wollongong Year 12 Online Information Evening
16 June. 6pm
These interactive online events are designed to answer all the common questions that students have about starting university study. UOW academics, support staff and current students will be on-hand to make sure you have all of your questions answered at the one time in the one place. Register below for the event that suits you.
- Important dates and key things to remember
- Your ATAR and selection rank (and what it means)
- UOW Early Admission
- UOW scholarships
- UOW accommodation
- Your options if you don’t get the ATAR you need
- Student life at UOW
Macquarie Leaders and Achievers Early Entry Scheme Webinar
Monday 1 June 2020, 5pm
Find out how you could have the opportunity to receive an early offer through the Macquarie Leaders and Achievers Early Entry Scheme. You’ll hear directly from Macquarie students as they discuss the application process, key dates and how the scheme recognises your academic and community achievements.
Macquarie Uni Early Entry Update – New degrees available through the schemes:
– Leaders and Achievers
- Bachelor of Clinical Science
- All undergraduate degrees apart from the Co-op programs will now be available through the Macquarie Leaders and Achievers Entry Scheme
– Schools Recommendation Scheme
- Bachelor of Clinical Science
- Bachelor of Actuarial Studies
- Bachelor of Actuarial Studies double degrees
- Bachelor of Marketing and Media
- All courses now available through SRS except Co-op programs
UTS Support your UAC application with the Engineering and IT Questionnaire
Closes 17 December
If you fall short of the ATAR by 1–3 points, UTS will still consider your application if you complete the questionnaire and demonstrate a strong motivation to study engineering or IT.
It takes just 20 minutes to complete, so give yourself the best chance to get into your preferred course at UTS.
UTS 10 Adjustment Points to Women in Engineering IT and Construction
If you’re female and have applied for selected engineering, information technology or construction project management courses, you’re eligible to receive 10 adjustment points.
These adjustment points are automatically applied (no additional application required) and contribute to your selection rank.
Eligible engineering, information technology and construction project management courses are:
- Bachelor of Information Technology
- Bachelor of Computing Science (Honours)
- Bachelor of Information Systems
- Bachelor of Science in Games Development
- Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
- Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Diploma in Information Technology Professional Practice
- Bachelor of Information Systems Bachelor of Business
- Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
- Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Bachelor of Arts in International Studies
- Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Bachelor of Creative Intelligence and Innovation
- Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Diploma in Professional Engineering Practice
- Bachelor of Engineering Science
- Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) B Arts in International Studies
- Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) B Business
- Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) B Science
- Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) B Medical Science
- Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) B Creative Intelligence and Innovation
- Bachelor of Construction Project Management
- Bachelor of Construction Project Management Bachelor of Arts in International Studies
UTS – Discover what Flexible Engineering at UTS is all about
28 May. 4pm
Not sure which engineering major to choose? The Flexible Engineering course is just that – flexible! Once you’ve completed core engineering subjects, choose a major or choose your own blend of compatible subjects.
The best Australian universities to study health services and support (Good Universities guide)
A career in health services and support is a rewarding experience as it makes a big difference in people’s lives. Whether it’s a position as a dental assistant, anaesthetist or carer, there are plenty of job opportunities in health services, as it’s one of the fastest-growing industries.
Find the Australian universities’ specific strengths, offering insight to support and guide decision-making when choosing a university. View the rankings in terms of how each university performs overall, or you can narrow down by field of study and state.
Good Universities looked at which universities with undergraduate health services and support degrees performed best in full time employment, teaching quality and graduate salary.
ACU Open Day Dates
Open Day is your chance to find out everything you need to know about studying at ACU before you enrol. You’ll be able to check out the campus, meet staff and students, discuss entry pathways, and talk to experts about your study options and career goals.
Open Day gives you the opportunity to ask teaching staff any questions you might have about your dream course, the application process, pathway options, entry schemes and more.
Chat to current students and discover the facilities your new campus has to offer. And sit in on information sessions from each of the faculties to find out more about the courses you’re interested in.
Saturday 1 August
North Sydney Campus
Saturday 5 September
Saturday 12 September
Open Days, Charles Sturt University
From interactive tours and information sessions, find out all about Charles Sturt Uni at Open Day.
Orange – Sunday 2 August 2020
Wagga Wagga – Sunday 9 August 2020
Albury-Wodonga – Sunday 16 August 2020
Bathurst – Sunday 23 August 2020
Port Macquarie – Sunday 30 August 2020
Dubbo – Saturday 5 September 2020