The students were treated to two informative presentations on Wednesday, 10 May 2017. One of the presenters was from The University of Arts London. This university is in the top 6 universities in the world for art and design. They offer an extensive range of courses in art, design, fashion, communication and performing arts and their graduates go on to work in and shape creative industries worldwide. The other presentation was from Lattitude Global Volunteering which is one of the largest international volunteering organisations in the world, supporting around 1000 young people globally every year. They offer students the possibility of taking a gap year where they can have time and space to think about what their next steps will be after school all while helping others around the world and gaining valuable life and work experiences.
Worldwide Med – A free resource for aspiring medical students.
Recently launched by a medical graduate from The University of Sydney, Worldwide Med is an online platform that aims to help prospective medical students make better decisions about studying Medicine in Australia and around the world.
Univeristy Admission Centre (UAC) Uni Open Days Listing 2017
All the Open Days in one handy place for 2017.
University of New South Wales (UNSW) Art & Design Student Parent Information Evening
22 June. 6.00pm to 8.00pm
UNSW Art & Design, Paddington.
Student Parent Information Evening is a chance for you and your parents to come along and hear about what it means to be a practicing contemporary artist, designer, digital creative, animator, filmmaker or curator. You will learn about the exciting career options and pathways available to you.
The University of Notre Dame Doctor of Medicine Information Session
9 May. 6.00pm
160 Oxford St, Darlinghurst Contact: 02 8204 4404 or email email@example.com
The University of Notre Dame Young Achievers Early Offer Program
Applications for the 2018 Young Achievers Early Offer Program will open soon. Applications will close at the end of July so there’s plenty of time to submit your application. Applications can be submitted once you receive your mid year Year 12 report.
Applicants are able to apply in one of four categories:
- Category One: Commitment to community and/or church
- Category Two: Commitment to and excellence in cultural pursuits
- Category Three: Commitment to and excellence in sporting achievements
- Category Four: Academic Excellence
Register now to receive the information when applications open.
University of Sydney Your Path to Uni
25 May. 6.00 to 8.00pm
Park Royal Hotel, Parramatta
21 June. 6.00 to 8.00pm
Whitlam Library, Cabramatta
Meet University Staff and Students
University staff and current students will be on hand to answer questions and discuss options about available degrees and careers – and anything else you want to know!
Year 10 Subject Selection Seminar
Subject selections and ATAR, a presentation on mathematics, subject selection and useful resources.
Year 11 and 12 Parent Seminar
A seminar for parents and carers of Year 11 and 12 students on how to support your child through the HSC. It will focus on support services, mental health and resilience, finances, and ATAR – as well as university applications and transition admission, scholarships and alternative pathways.
Discover further study pathways available to you after your undergraduate degree and speak to our advisers about the different postgraduate qualifications including PhDs, Master’s degrees, Graduate Diplomas and Graduate Certs.
University of Technology Sydney (UTS) Discover Nursing & Midwifery
15 June – Discover Nursing. 5.30pm
12 July – Discover Nursing. 5.30pm
Western Sydney University Mid-Year Information Day
20 May. 10.00am to 2.00pm
Parramatta City campus, 169 Macquarie Street, Parramatta
A great opportunity to speak one-on-one with academics about your options and to get a feel for campus life.
Western Sydney U Day
Senior high school students can experience a day at Parramatta South campus on
Australian National University (ANU) Maths Day
Young maths enthusiasts from across the region find out how their numbers measure up when they battle it out in a test of mind and muscles. Teams of five Year 12 students take part in mathematical challenges designed to build teamwork skills and promote a love of maths.
ANU languages showcase fro Year 10, 11 and 12
31 May. 10.00am to 3.00pm
Designed to give students a taste of the languages we offer through short presentations and interactive activities. Learn more about life as an ANU student by hearing from some of our current language students.
Language majors include: Ancient Greek, Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), French, German, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Persian, Sanskrit, Spanish, Thai, Urdu, and Vietnamese.
UMAT Preparation Workshops
Established in 1999, the National Institute of Education (NIE) conducts UMAT Preparation courses aimed at developing the knowledge, skills and strategies required to maximise your entry potential. NIE is supported by expert staff and advisors including teachers accredited by the Department of Education and Training, a range of Health Care Professionals, Social Workers, Academics and Practicing Clinicians. Our UMAT teaching staff have all sat the UMAT and have an academic background directly relevant to the three respective sections of the UMAT.
Sydney– 9 April, 20 May or 12 July
Newcastle –1 July
Canberra –30 April or 13 July
Preparation for the UMAT Test.
Sydney on 8+9 April, 10+11 April, 12+13 April, 24+25 April, 3+4 June, 1+2 July, 22+23 July
Coffs Harbour and Armidale. 8+9 July
Vantage Automotive Apprenticeship Vacancies
Volvo, Skoda, Audi, Volkswagon apprenticeships across NSW.
(02) 8014 8990 or firstname.lastname@example.org
NSW Country Apprentice Scholarship
This Scholarship offers financial assistance to eligible country NSW apprentices to support their apprenticeship training. At least 10 Scholarships are awarded each year. At least two of these are awarded to apprentices of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander background. Value to $15,000.
Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School (BMIHMS) Career Focus Days
11 to 13 July
7 to 9 November
28 to 30 November
A 3 day residential program for students considering a career in the hospitality industry, designed for those aged 16 and over. This program gives prospective students insight into what it’s really like to study at BMIHMS and is held at both our Practical Learning and Executive Business Centre.
Contact T +61 2 9307 4600 or email email@example.com
Whitehouse Institute of Design 2017 Graduate Exhibition & Parade
28 November. 11.00am for 12.30pm runway show.
Bookings open in September .
2 Short Street, Surry Hills
Celebrating design thinking, creativity and innovation, showcasing the work of graduating students from across Creative Direction & Styling, Fashion Design and Interior Design disciplines.
JMC Academy Info Session
17 May. 6.00pm to 7.00pm
561 Harris Street, Ultimo, Sydney
Animation, games design, digital design, film, sound, song writing and music performance.
Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE) Graduate Success Stories
St Patrick’s Institute of Education Info Days
11 June. 11.00am
17 September. 11.00am
12 November. 11.00am
Diplomas in Business Admin, Business, Marketing & Communication, Leadership & Management. University pathways to Notre Dame, ACU, CSU & UNE.
Bedford College Open Days
Glebe Campus Open day. 2 September. 9.00am to 3.00pm
Norwest Campus Open Day. 9 September . 9.00am to 3.00pm
Business, Child Care, Management, Community Services.
Throughout the year, Bedford College also conducts private tours of the college campus for interested students, families, and teachers. Booking times for tours are available on 1300 174 174.
Sydney Meet the Business Leader
17 May. 4.30pm to 7.30pm
Luna Park Sydney, Crystal Ballroom, 1 Olympic Drive, Milsons Point
You have big dreams. You’ve also got some big decisions to make. Engaging with successful people can be helpful, even inspiring. That’s why we’re bringing together some of the most successful Chartered Accountants in the country in one room. You will have the opportunity to ask questions and seek advice about the exciting possibilities a career in business offers.
Sydney Writers’ Festival student sessions
22 May – Walsh Bay
25 May – Parramatta
SWF and NESA present Student Sessions, a full day of events for Years 9–12 students, featuring some of the world’s most engaging minds speaking on topics linked to the NSW school curriculum, including a Shakespeare expert, a renowned economist and a leading writer on climate change.
More info: https://www.swf.org.au/studentsessions
HSC in July Holidays
Preliminary Subject and HSC Subject study preparation lectures.
The School For Excellence (TSFX) Exam/Study Tip 1
The School For Excellence (TSFX) provides educational services designed to help students maximise their Year 11 and 12 scores.
Illuminate Nextgen Challenge
Central Coast . 8 to 12 May
Newcastle. 15 to 19 May
Dubbo. 13 to 16 June
The flagship education program of illuminate Education & Consulting is the nextgen Challenge, where we put students into teams to develop a business that solves a problem in our community in five days. To prove the effectiveness of the business, students have to produce a business plan with two years of financial forecasting, deliver a sales pitch, create elements of a marketing strategy including radio and newspaper advertisements, all while undertaking a number of smaller challenges along the way.
Lattitude Global Volunteering
Lattitude Global Volunteering (formerly known as Gap Activity Projects) is an international youth development charity. Their mission is to educate and develop young people worldwide by providing inclusive opportunities for them to make a positive difference to the lives of others through a challenging and structured international volunteering experience in a culture and community different from their own.
WEP Student Exchange Scholarships
WEP Australia, a not-for-profit student exchange organisation registered with the NSW Education Department, is now accepting applications from year 9 and year 12 students wishing to spend a semester or year overseas from January 2018 onwards. For more information, please visit www.wep.org.au, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1300 884 733.
Get your School Involved World Challenge
Educational expeditions to over 40 destinations around the world. From the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas to the lush Amazon rainforest and the scorched deserts of Africa, they have the expertise to take you there. They create bespoke expeditions abroad, tailored precisely to your team’s objectives, or you can choose from our range of pre-crafted itineraries.
Minerals Tertiary Education Council
Maybe you’re a high school student trying to figure out what you might like to study at University. MTEC.org.au is here to help – from offering useful resources through to connecting you with your peers and other professionals within Australia’s minerals industry.
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