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Open Days 2018

NSW Universities Open Days 2018
Australian Catholic University Open Day
25 August Canberra
1 September – North Sydney
8 September - Strathfield
http://www.acu.edu.au/student_experience/student_life/experience_uni_before_you_start/open_day

Australian National University Open Day
25 August
JB Chifley Building
http://www.anu.edu.au/study/events/open-day

CSU MyDays
Various dates throughout the year across NSW.
https://futurestudents.csu.edu.au/unilife/social/campus-events/myday

Macquarie University Open Day
18 August
http://openday.mq.edu.au/

Southern Cross University - Open Days
27 July- Coffs Harbour
(including the National Marine Science Centre)
28 July - Lismore
29 July - Gold Coast
www.scu.edu.au

University of Canberra Open Day
25 August
University Drive, Bruce, ACT
https://www.canberra.edu.au/events/

UNSW Open Day
1 September
https://www.futurestudents.unsw.edu.au/open-day

University of New England Open Day & Campus Tour
11 May
2 Hour Campus Tours are available Mon & Fri.
http://www.une.edu.au/study/study-on-campus/campus-tours

University of Newcastle Open Day
4 August - Central Coast
16 August - Port Macquarie
25 August - Newcastle
https://www.newcastle.edu.au/study/open-day

University of Notre Dame Open Day
25 August
http://www.openday.com.au/event/unda/

UTS Open Day
25 August
https://openday.uts.edu.au/

University of Sydney Open Day
25 August
https://openday.sydney.edu.au/

University of Wollongong
11 August
If you’d like to visit UOW before then – we run Friday tours of our Wollongong and South Western Sydney campuses.
https://openday.uow.edu.au/

Western Sydney University Open Day
19 August
https://www.westernsydney.edu.au/openday

 

 

 
September 2018

UNSW Women in Engineering Camp - uploaded 12/9/18
Applications will close 17 October 2018.
Are you a young woman currently in Year 10 or 11 and want a career where you can be at the forefront of positive change for society? Do you enjoy using lateral thinking, creativity and design? Or do you love problem solving, working in teams or have an aptitude for maths and science? Join us for a three day 'camp' and find out about the exciting careers available to professional engineers. Applications for the 2019 camp are now open! The next camp will run Monday 7 to Wednesday 9 January, 2019. Find out more - https://www.engineering.unsw.edu.au/about-us/initiatives/women-in-engineering/outreach/women-in-engineering-camp

UTS Bachelor of Accounting Cooperative Education Scholarship Program - uploaded 12/9/18
Closing date: Friday 19 October
If you are a high achieving school leaver and believe you could be one of Australia’s future business leaders, then the Bachelor of Accounting cooperative education scholarship program has been designed just for you. The Bachelor of Accounting provides you with a multi-skilled accounting degree with strong emphasis on both accounting and financial management, both essential business tools. All students in the course receive a tax-free scholarship worth up to $51,500. Learn more about the scholarship. Find out more - https://www.uts.edu.au/future-students/business/business-courses/undergraduate-programs/bachelor-accounting

J School – study single journalism subjects online in Years 11 or 12 - uploaded 12/9/18
Would you like a taste of journalism? Studying journalism can develop your writing and research skills, as well as introducing you to the exciting world of media. Senior high school students may now apply to enrol in one or two subjects from the Diploma of Journalism. Eligible students will need good grades in English plus strong interest in news and current affairs. Access to a computer and internet are essential. There is a cost of $1,990 per unit. Find out more - https://jschool.com.au/single-subjects/

CSU Bachelor of Communication (Radio) links to regional broadcasters - uploaded 23/8/18
Charles Sturt University (CSU) and ACE Radio Broadcasters Pty Ltd have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to work together to build the future talent base for regional commercial radio. The Regional Radio Endorsement Program is for students in the Bachelor of Communication (Radio) in the CSU School of Communication and Creative Industries in Bathurst. Students will return to their local station for workplace learning, and they’ll gain experience across producing, presenting, and radio sales and operations. Students will be able to complete the course either fully online or fully on campus, or a mix of both. Find out more - http://news.csu.edu.au/latest-news/media-and-communication/csu-ace-radio-mou-to-boost-regional-commercial-radio-talent.

NSW Youth Advisory Council 2019 - uploaded 23/8/18
The NSW Youth Advisory Council (YAC) plays an important role in advising the NSW Government on issues that are relevant to young people across the state. Membership of the YAC is open to all children and young people between 12 and 24 years of age residing in NSW. Applications are sought from diverse locations, backgrounds and life experiences. The 12 member YAC provides a direct avenue of communication between young people and the NSW Government. The YAC meets regularly throughout the year to provide advice to the Minister responsible for Youth, the Hon. Ray Williams MP and the NSW Advocate for Children and Young People, Mr Andrew Johnson on issues, policies and laws that affect children and young people in NSW.
Who is eligible to apply for the Youth Advisory Council?
All young people living in NSW from 12 to 24 years of age may apply. Applications are sought from diverse locations, backgrounds and life experiences.
What is required of me?
Council members meet once every 4-6 weeks throughout the year to discuss a range of topics and monitor and evaluate polices and legislation affecting children and young people.
Members also consult with children and young people, community groups and government agencies on issues concerning children and young people; and conduct forums, approved by the Minister on issues relevant to children and young people. https://www.acyp.nsw.gov.au/nsw-youth-advisory-council-2019.

University of New South Wales – Engineering Girls Day Out - uploaded 16/8/18
October 5 | Kensington Campus
This is a one -day mini conference for female students in Years 9- 12 to explore different engineering disciplines, meet like-minded friend and be inspired by female role models in the industry.
Find out more - https://www.futurestudents.unsw.edu.au/engineering-girls-day-out

NIDA Undergraduate Applications for 2019 are open - uploaded 30/7/18
NIDA’s three-year practice-based Bachelor courses provide an intensive and immersive experience, as students work together to create, perform and stage full theatrical productions, films, events and exhibitions. Applications are now open and close September 30.
Click on the individual links on the site to apply –
BFA (Acting)
BFA (Costume)
BFA (Design for Performance)
BFA (Technical Theatre and Stage Management)
BFA (Properties and Objects)
BFA (Scenic Construction and Technologies)
Scholarships and bursaries
Find out more - https://apply.nida.edu.au/undergraduate

Community service as important as ATAR for Year 12s in ANU overhaul - uploaded 12/6/18
In a new scheme designed to diversify the university's ranks, school leavers will be asked to meet a minimum threshold of community service and extra-curricular activity such as working part-time, playing sport or volunteering, on top of achieving the right score for their degree.
ANU vice-chancellor Professor Brian Schmidt said students were more than "just a score" and had unique skills on offer from time spent volunteering, working part-time, excelling in sports or performance or participating in student leadership.
You can find out if you meet the tests here - http://www.anu.edu.au/study/apply/new-admissions-for-2020/co-curricular-or-service-requirement.

Australian College of Rural & Remote Medicine – Steps to Becoming a Rural GP - uploaded 12/6/18
Your pathway to becoming a general practitioner will be rewarding.
1. Medical Student
2. Intern
3. Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine Registrar
4. Fellowship Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine
5. General Practitioner
See the full guide - http://www.acrrm.org.au/preparing-for-your-career/becoming-a-rural-general-practitioner/step-by-step-to-becoming-a-gp.

National Art School Open Day - uploaded 12/6/18
September 1 | Sydney
At the National Art School, we believe that an artist’s role is to think creatively and critically about the world through the making of art. We offer you the opportunity to shape your future as a forward thinking artist in a dynamic, supportive and collaborative environment.
Find out more - https://www.nas.edu.au/Whats-On/open-day-2018/.

There are 3 ways to study at UNSW Canberra (ADFA) - uploaded 12/6/18

  • ADFA Trainee Officers study Arts, Business, Computing and Cyber Security, Engineering, Science, or Technology degrees (while receiving military training and subsidised accommodation and living costs)
  • Defence Civilian Undergraduate Sponsorship students study Computing and Cyber Security or specialist Engineering degrees in Aeronautical, Civil, Electrical, or Mechanical (with full tuition fee scholarships and stipends)
  • Non-Defence Undergraduate students study specialist Engineering degrees in Aeronautical, Civil, Electrical, or Mechanical or Engineering / Science double degrees (with paid work experience opportunities).

Our students are provided with a unique study experience, access to custom-built facilities and resources, outstanding industry networks, and graduate with a degree from one of the top universities in the world.
Find out more - http://www.unsw.adfa.edu.au/study.

University of Melbourne – Interstate Student & Parent Info Day - uploaded 4/6/18
October 5 | Parkville Campus, Melbourne
An opportunity to visit the Campus and speak with staff and current students. Find out more -
https://futurestudents.unimelb.edu.au/explore/events/victoria_and_interstate/victoria/interstate-student-and-parent-information-day-oct

UNSW Law Admission Test (LAT) - uploaded 4/6/18
The Law Admission Test (LAT) is a professionally designed and marked selection test developed to assess the types of aptitudes and skills that are critical to success in the Law program at UNSW Sydney (The University of New South Wales). These aptitudes and skills include thinking critically, analysing material, and organising and expressing ideas in a clear and fluent way. The LAT has been developed by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) in conjunction with UNSW Law and is used for selection into undergraduate level programs in Law. https://latreg.acer.edu.au

Higher Education Admission - QUICK REFERENCE for students and parents - uploaded 4/6/18
The Australian Government,in partnership with higher education institutions, is making changes to the way universities and other providers explain
their admission processes.
https://docs.education.gov.au/system/files/doc/other/ed18-0007_-_he_-_quick_reference_documents_students_and_parents_acc.pdf

National Computer Science School - uploaded 24/5/18
Friday 4 to Sunday 13th January 2019
NCSS is about challenging students to think like computer scientists and providing an intensive programming experience in a university setting. As part of the program, students will go on industry site visits and meet industry professionals in a variety of contexts, including talks, competitions and meals. In 2017, NCSS students visited Atlassian, Google and WiseTech Global. Applications will open in September.
Find out more - http://ncss.edu.au/summer-school/program

Macquarie Global Leadership Entry Program Expansion - uploaded 24/5/18
We recognise students who are engaging with their school and community in service and leadership have diverse interests. So, we’ve decided to open the Global Leadership Entry Program (GLEP) to almost all Macquarie degrees.
Your students can now:
• choose up to five course preferences
• receive multiple offers for different degrees
• apply directly through our application portal
Applications close Monday 27 August, but apply now and you could receive an offer as early as NEXT MONTH. Find out more - https://www.mq.edu.au/study/admissions/entry-requirements/domestic/macquarie-entry/global-leadership-entry-program

 

 

 
October 2018

UNSW Women in Engineering Camp - uploaded 12/9/18
Applications will close 17 October 2018.
Are you a young woman currently in Year 10 or 11 and want a career where you can be at the forefront of positive change for society? Do you enjoy using lateral thinking, creativity and design? Or do you love problem solving, working in teams or have an aptitude for maths and science? Join us for a three day 'camp' and find out about the exciting careers available to professional engineers. Applications for the 2019 camp are now open! The next camp will run Monday 7 to Wednesday 9 January, 2019. Find out more - https://www.engineering.unsw.edu.au/about-us/initiatives/women-in-engineering/outreach/women-in-engineering-camp

UTS Bachelor of Accounting Cooperative Education Scholarship Program - uploaded 12/9/18
Closing date: Friday 19 October
If you are a high achieving school leaver and believe you could be one of Australia’s future business leaders, then the Bachelor of Accounting cooperative education scholarship program has been designed just for you. The Bachelor of Accounting provides you with a multi-skilled accounting degree with strong emphasis on both accounting and financial management, both essential business tools. All students in the course receive a tax-free scholarship worth up to $51,500. Learn more about the scholarship. Find out more - https://www.uts.edu.au/future-students/business/business-courses/undergraduate-programs/bachelor-accounting

J School – study single journalism subjects online in Years 11 or 12 - uploaded 12/9/18
Would you like a taste of journalism? Studying journalism can develop your writing and research skills, as well as introducing you to the exciting world of media. Senior high school students may now apply to enrol in one or two subjects from the Diploma of Journalism. Eligible students will need good grades in English plus strong interest in news and current affairs. Access to a computer and internet are essential. There is a cost of $1,990 per unit. Find out more - https://jschool.com.au/single-subjects/

CSU Bachelor of Communication (Radio) links to regional broadcasters - uploaded 23/8/18
Charles Sturt University (CSU) and ACE Radio Broadcasters Pty Ltd have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to work together to build the future talent base for regional commercial radio. The Regional Radio Endorsement Program is for students in the Bachelor of Communication (Radio) in the CSU School of Communication and Creative Industries in Bathurst. Students will return to their local station for workplace learning, and they’ll gain experience across producing, presenting, and radio sales and operations. Students will be able to complete the course either fully online or fully on campus, or a mix of both. Find out more - http://news.csu.edu.au/latest-news/media-and-communication/csu-ace-radio-mou-to-boost-regional-commercial-radio-talent.

Community service as important as ATAR for Year 12s in ANU overhaul - uploaded 12/6/18
In a new scheme designed to diversify the university's ranks, school leavers will be asked to meet a minimum threshold of community service and extra-curricular activity such as working part-time, playing sport or volunteering, on top of achieving the right score for their degree.
ANU vice-chancellor Professor Brian Schmidt said students were more than "just a score" and had unique skills on offer from time spent volunteering, working part-time, excelling in sports or performance or participating in student leadership.
You can find out if you meet the tests here - http://www.anu.edu.au/study/apply/new-admissions-for-2020/co-curricular-or-service-requirement.

Australian College of Rural & Remote Medicine – Steps to Becoming a Rural GP - uploaded 12/6/18
Your pathway to becoming a general practitioner will be rewarding.
1. Medical Student
2. Intern
3. Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine Registrar
4. Fellowship Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine
5. General Practitioner
See the full guide - http://www.acrrm.org.au/preparing-for-your-career/becoming-a-rural-general-practitioner/step-by-step-to-becoming-a-gp.

National Art School Open Day - uploaded 12/6/18
September 1 | Sydney
At the National Art School, we believe that an artist’s role is to think creatively and critically about the world through the making of art. We offer you the opportunity to shape your future as a forward thinking artist in a dynamic, supportive and collaborative environment.
Find out more - https://www.nas.edu.au/Whats-On/open-day-2018/.

There are 3 ways to study at UNSW Canberra (ADFA) - uploaded 12/6/18

  • ADFA Trainee Officers study Arts, Business, Computing and Cyber Security, Engineering, Science, or Technology degrees (while receiving military training and subsidised accommodation and living costs)
  • Defence Civilian Undergraduate Sponsorship students study Computing and Cyber Security or specialist Engineering degrees in Aeronautical, Civil, Electrical, or Mechanical (with full tuition fee scholarships and stipends)
  • Non-Defence Undergraduate students study specialist Engineering degrees in Aeronautical, Civil, Electrical, or Mechanical or Engineering / Science double degrees (with paid work experience opportunities).

Our students are provided with a unique study experience, access to custom-built facilities and resources, outstanding industry networks, and graduate with a degree from one of the top universities in the world.
Find out more - http://www.unsw.adfa.edu.au/study.

 

 

 
November 2018

J School – study single journalism subjects online in Years 11 or 12 - uploaded 12/9/18
Would you like a taste of journalism? Studying journalism can develop your writing and research skills, as well as introducing you to the exciting world of media. Senior high school students may now apply to enrol in one or two subjects from the Diploma of Journalism. Eligible students will need good grades in English plus strong interest in news and current affairs. Access to a computer and internet are essential. There is a cost of $1,990 per unit. Find out more - https://jschool.com.au/single-subjects/

Community service as important as ATAR for Year 12s in ANU overhaul - uploaded 12/6/18
In a new scheme designed to diversify the university's ranks, school leavers will be asked to meet a minimum threshold of community service and extra-curricular activity such as working part-time, playing sport or volunteering, on top of achieving the right score for their degree.
ANU vice-chancellor Professor Brian Schmidt said students were more than "just a score" and had unique skills on offer from time spent volunteering, working part-time, excelling in sports or performance or participating in student leadership.
You can find out if you meet the tests here - http://www.anu.edu.au/study/apply/new-admissions-for-2020/co-curricular-or-service-requirement.

Australian College of Rural & Remote Medicine – Steps to Becoming a Rural GP - uploaded 12/6/18
Your pathway to becoming a general practitioner will be rewarding.
1. Medical Student
2. Intern
3. Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine Registrar
4. Fellowship Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine
5. General Practitioner
See the full guide - http://www.acrrm.org.au/preparing-for-your-career/becoming-a-rural-general-practitioner/step-by-step-to-becoming-a-gp.

National Art School Open Day - uploaded 12/6/18
September 1 | Sydney
At the National Art School, we believe that an artist’s role is to think creatively and critically about the world through the making of art. We offer you the opportunity to shape your future as a forward thinking artist in a dynamic, supportive and collaborative environment.
Find out more - https://www.nas.edu.au/Whats-On/open-day-2018/.

There are 3 ways to study at UNSW Canberra (ADFA) - uploaded 12/6/18

  • ADFA Trainee Officers study Arts, Business, Computing and Cyber Security, Engineering, Science, or Technology degrees (while receiving military training and subsidised accommodation and living costs)
  • Defence Civilian Undergraduate Sponsorship students study Computing and Cyber Security or specialist Engineering degrees in Aeronautical, Civil, Electrical, or Mechanical (with full tuition fee scholarships and stipends)
  • Non-Defence Undergraduate students study specialist Engineering degrees in Aeronautical, Civil, Electrical, or Mechanical or Engineering / Science double degrees (with paid work experience opportunities).

Our students are provided with a unique study experience, access to custom-built facilities and resources, outstanding industry networks, and graduate with a degree from one of the top universities in the world.
Find out more - http://www.unsw.adfa.edu.au/study.

 

 

 
Websites

ATARs for 14 health courses around the country - added 16/8/18
We all know how much time students can spend looking up ATAR information online. That's why My Health Career has created a listing of ATARs for every course around Australia for 14 health professions. Follow the link to find out what the ATARs are for everything from physiotherapy to optometry, nursing to dietetics.
https://www.myhealthcareer.com.au/atar-and-op-list-of-all-courses-in-Australia

Building the cyber security workforce - added 16/8/18
Cyber security is now one of the most rapidly growing industries globally. The threat posed by the perpetrators of malicious cyber activities has spurred governments, the private sector and the research community to invest in cyber security products and services to the tune of around US$250 billion by 2026.
https://www.gooduniversitiesguide.com.au/education-blogs/guest/building-the-cyber-security-workforce-australia-needs

Australian Jobs 2018 - added 30/7/18
Australian Jobs is one of the country’s foremost jobs publications. It provides an easy-to-read overview of industry and occupation trends in the labour market, and is designed to meet the needs of students, career advisers, people looking for work and those involved in the national employment service, jobactive.
This year’s edition has identified four key trends:

  • Labour market conditions are strong — employment is up by a robust 403,300 over the year to January 2018.
  • Young people are benefiting from the strong labour market conditions — industries with large numbers of young workers include Retail Trade (around 386,000), Accommodation and Food Services (385,000) and Construction (175,000).
  • Australia’s industry structure is changing — today, more than three in every four Australian workers are employed in a service industry, with much of the growth driven by Health Care and Social Assistance.
  • There are now more jobs for higher skilled workers — the majority of employment growth over the past five years has been in occupations that generally require post-school qualifications, and this trend is likely to continue.

The full report and a series of data snapshots is available on the Australian Jobs page. Download the Report - https://docs.jobs.gov.au/system/files/doc/other/australianjobs2018.pdf

The Good Universities Guide – Education and Training for a Dentist - added 12/6/18
To become a dentist, you usually have to complete a degree in dentistry, dental science or dental surgery at university. Alternatively, you can complete a degree in a related field followed by a postgraduate qualification in dentistry, dental surgery or dental medicine.
Prerequisite subjects, or assumed knowledge, in one or more of English, mathematics, biology, chemistry and physics are normally required. Entry is highly competitive, and you usually need to sit the Undergraduate Medicine and Health Sciences Admission Test (UMAT) and attend a structured interview. You may also be required to complete a structured oral assessment. Universities have different prerequisites, and some have flexible entry requirements. Contact the institutions you are interested in for more information.
Find out more - https://www.gooduniversitiesguide.com.au/careers-guide/browse/dentist.

From UAC - How to get into Medicine - added 4/6/18
Entry into undergraduate medicine degrees is highly competitive. Take these steps to make sure your application is considered. Read the article - https://www.uac.edu.au/media-centre/news/how-to-get-into-medicine

Secondary School Courses and Studying in the USA - added 4/6/18
US colleges and universities take a holistic approach in reviewing a student’s application for admission.
Find out more - http://www.internationallyeducated.com.au/single-post/2018/05/14/Secondary-School-Academics-HSC-and-IBDP-Course-Selection-and-Studying-in-the-USA

Dos and Don'ts of HSC Subject Selection from Uni of Sydney - added 4/6/18
Starting uni seems so far away - yet here you are choosing your HSC subjects so that you can achieve an ATAR and apply to do a degree at uni. So how do you make the right choices for you? And should you worry about subject scaling?
Read the article - https://sydney.edu.au/campus-life/student-news/2018/03/06/dos-anddonts-of-hsc-subject-selection.html

HSC Maths Course Selection Advice from UNSW - added 24/5/18
How to make the right choice at High School to prevent issues later. Read the advice - https://www.maths.unsw.edu.au/highschool/hsc-course-selection

Interior Design Industry Insights - added 18/5/18
Nina Starkey is a commercial and residential interior design lecturer gives some insight into what’s really exciting about the interior design industry at the moment and some other great tips. Read the article - http://www.billyblue.edu.au/news-events/blog/entry/nina-starkey-our-commercial-and-residential-interior-design-lecturer-at-our-brisbane-campus-gives-us-some-insight-into-what-s-really-exciting-about-the-interior-design-industry-at-the-moment-and-some-other-great-tips

Mathematics - added 3/5/18
It is essential to an increasing number of jobs and growing industries, and it is imperative that students are made aware of what these jobs are, and the kind of skills that they employ.
The following profiles highlight mathematically capable professionals from across Australia, who have all undertaken careers in which an understanding of mathematics is absolutely essential.
http://choosemaths.org.au/careers/.

ART/WORK - added 12/3/18
ART/WORK Online follows the career and study pathways of seven individuals working across varied roles in the visual arts sector: the curator, arts worker, artist, gallerist, art installer, educator, and conservator. See their stories - http://www.artmuseum.qut.edu.au/schools/watch-listen.jsp.

Becoming a dentist - added 12/3/18
This article from The Footnotes provides information about the different study paths you can take to becoming a dentist. Check it out – http://thefootnotes.com.au/how-to-become-a-dentist/.

SkillsOne: Community Services and Healthcare Videos - added 12/3/18
These videos give insights into the huge variety of work, study and career options in the community services and healthcare industry.  http://www.skillsone.com.au/category/community-services-healthcare/.

A career in sports psychology - added 1/3/18
Read this profile to find out what sports psychology is and how you could pursue a career in it. Check it out – https://careerswithstem.com/profiles/sport-psychology/.

What is it like to be a nutritionist? - (added 21/2/18)
Read the article here – http://this.deakin.edu.au/career/what-its-really-like-to-be-a-nutritionist

Find a Biology Career - (added 4/12/17)
Take this quiz if you’re interested in biology but aren’t quite sure how this translates into a career. Find out about different career pathways in biology. Take the quiz – https://careerswithstem.com/which-biologist-are-you/

Volunteering is an asset to your resume - (added 4/12/17)
A Deloitte Impact Survey shows that employers are more likely to be impressed by your resume if it includes volunteering experience. You can check out the details of the research here. You can find a volunteering opportunity at Seek Volunteer – https://www.volunteer.com.au/

What’s it like to be a clinical exercise physiologist? - (added 14/9/17)
http://this.deakin.edu.au/career/whats-it-really-like-to-be-a-clinical-exercise-physiologist

Become an architect - (added 29/8/17)
Architects deal with many of the critical issues in today's society. They push boundaries when it comes to living, investigate new technologies and materials, and help ensure that what we build is environmentally sustainable. Importantly, they design not just for today, but for future generations.
http://www.architecture.com.au/architecture/national/becoming-an-architect

Six Things You Need to Consider When Picking a Degree - (added 7/8/17)
http://thefootnotes.com.au/5-things-you-need-to-consider-when-picking-a-degree/

Should I study Law if I don't want to become Lawyer? - (added 7/8/17)
http://thefootnotes.com.au/should-i-study-law-if-i-dont-want-to-be-a-lawyer/

Careers in Sport- (added 7/8/17)
This website is for anyone interested in a career in sport and fitness. There is information about recommended qualifications and pathways, along with a list of available positions and courses.
http://www.sportspeople.com.au

Charles Sturt University HSC Guide For Students - (added 7/8/17)
CSU have put together a comprehensive free website to help NSW senior students with their HSC. It includes lots of study guides, resources, and tips, as well as specific subject study information across English, Maths, Science, HSIE, PDHPE, Creative Arts, Technology and Languages (click here). http://libguides.csu.edu.au/HSC/home

Year 13 - (added 2/8/17)
Year 13 is an online resource which provides advice and information on life after high school. The website provides information on a number of topics including apprenticeships, gap year programs, job vacancies, studying, and
internships.
https://year13.com.au

Australian Government Cadetships, Scholarships and Work Experience Opportunities - (added 1/8/17)
The Australian government has a number of cadetship, scholarship, and work experience opportunities within Australian Government departments and agencies. To view these opportunities, visit:
http://www.australia.gov.au/information-and-services/jobs-and-workplace

How to get the most out of your first year of nursing school - (added 1/8/17)
http://sydney.edu.au/nursing/about/news-events/news/things-ive-learned.shtml

A career as a vet - (added 25/7/17)
This website gives an overview of the career of the veterinarian and the salary range that a new graduate might expect. The site also provides a list of Australian universities that facilitate the Bachelor of Veterinary Science.
http://essendonvet.com.au/careers/a-career-as-a-veterinarian

My Health Career: How Long Does It Take to Become a Fully Qualified Doctor - (added 25/7/17)
https://www.myhealthcareer.com.au/medicine/how-long-does-it-take-to-become-a-doctor

Women in STEM - (added 25/7/17)
This collection of videos and articles from Australia’s Science Channel is a good starting point for any girls who need some extra inspiration to pursue study or a career in a STEM field. See inspiring and interesting stories from women who work in science, technology, engineering and maths.
https://www.australiascience.tv/theme/women-in-stem/

Psychology, Nursing or Social Work? - (added 25/7/17)
This article from The Footnotes interviews different people at the beginning of their careers to give you some insight into studying and getting a job in psychology, nursing and social work.
http://thefootnotes.com.au/psychology-nursing-social-work/

Careers with Maths: Stories - (added 13/6/17)
Read this story of where a career in maths can take you.
https://careerswithstem.com/profiles/campaign-manager/

Is multitasking a good idea? - (added 13/6/17)
Do you try to watch TV while you study? What about reading your notes with music playing and while messaging your friends? This article lets you know why multitasking might not be such a good idea.
https://www.myhealthcareer.com.au/business-of-health/the-impact-of-multi-tasking

Careers with STEM - (added 15/5/17)
This website is a great resource for anyone interested in pursuing a career in a STEM field. Find out where maths, science, engineering, code, health and more could take you, and learn about possibilities you didn’t know existed.
https://careerswithstem.com/

University of Sydney Medicine - (added 15/5/17)
See 5 short videos and study pathways:
http://sydney.edu.au/medicine/study/md/index.php

Physics World Careers - (added 8/5/17)
This publication provides information about careers in physics. You can see what jobs graduates are doing and find out about employers who take on physics graduates.
http://blog.physicsworld.com/2017/02/07/your-future-with-physics/

OC Tours
OC Tours runs school tours, small group and personalized tours, and volunteer programs in rural Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar. Their volunteer program places students in teaching projects in rural schools, and is intended for school leavers interested in volunteering during their Gap Year. For more information visit: http://www.octours.com.au.

Go Overseas
Go Overseas is a website that allows you to find and compare overseas programs. Every organisation and program has been reviewed by students who have participated in that program. There are also over 300 articles on travel available as well as customized country guides. http://www.gooverseas.com/

Careers in Mathematics
Visit the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute’s website to view a range of career profiles from apprentice chefs to Electricians to Nurses where mathematics is a necessary part of their everyday jobs. http://mathsadds.amsi.org.au/

UNSW: Canberra Non-Defence Undergraduate Engineering
From 2017 certain UNSW Engineering programs at Canberra will be open to non-defence applicants. To find out more about studying engineering with UNSW in Canberra as a non-defence student follow the link below.
https://www.unsw.adfa.edu.au/study/undergraduate/non-defence-applicants

University of Sydney Equity Scholarships
The University of Sydney offers Equity Scholarships for students commencing in 2017. These are applied for via UAC’s website. Scholarships include University of Sydney Bridging Course Scholarships, Burton Educational Trust Scholarship, Rural Sustainability Scholarships, Environmental Sustainability Scholarships, The William John and Lizzie May Sinclair Scholarship, Roy Frederick Turner AM Scholarship, Graham Daniels Scholarship in Engineering and Information Technologies, Peter Giles Memorial Scholarship in Pharmacy, Commonwealth Indigenous Scholarships, and University of Sydney Accommodation Scholarship.
http://sydney.edu.au/scholarships/prospective/equity.shtml

ADFA Education Award
For current Year 11 students: Award presented to Year 12 students in recognition of leadership potential, and academic and sporting achievements exhibited during Year 11. Award comprises of laptop and certificate along with plaque of recognition for your school. For eligibility and application:
http://www.defencejobs.gov.au/education/adfa/howToApply/educationAward.aspx

Air Force Jobs with just 1 or 2 Year’s Commitment
Pick one of these exciting roles and you'll have the freedom to join the Air Force for just one or two years. No strings attached.
Read more at http://www.defencejobs.gov.au/airforce/one-and-two-year-roles/

Discover ADFA
This interactive video will help potential applicants understand what ADFA is really like.
http://www.defencejobs.gov.au/campaigns/discover-adfa/

UNSW Art & Design: Being a Student at UNSW Art & Design
UNSW Art & Design has created this one-minute video that encompasses everything that goes into the creative intensity of student life at UNSW Art & design.
https://www.artdesign.unsw.edu.au/whats-on/news/being-student-unsw-art-design

2018 ADF Gap Year Intake
Students interested in taking an ADF Gap Year in 2018 can register their interest to receive an email as soon as the 2018 details are available.
Entry requirements:

  • Australian Citizen or hold Permanent Resident status
  • At least 17 years old (on entry)
  • Completed Year 12
  • Reasonably fit and healthy, with an acceptable Body Mass Index.

http://www.defencejobs.gov.au/education/gap-year/

Australian Institute of Architects NSW
The Australian Institute of Architects NSW provides a range of resources for students interested in the industry. Information about events, studying architecture at university and more can be found at the website.
http://www.architecture.com.au/nsw/

A Future in Chemistry
Find out about more about careers, degrees and vocational training in chemistry.
http://www.rsc.org/careers/future/student-home-page

Aotearoa Leadership Tour
The Aotearoa Leadership Tour is put on by UN Youth Australia and is for young Australians to learn about indigenous rights, culture and reconciliation on a tour of New Zealand. Applications for 2017 are now open.
https://unyouth.org.au/event/aotearoa-leadership-tour/

ADFA
Australian Defence Force Academy applications are now open for 2018. While this may seem like a long way away, the application process can take 3–12 months depending on your circumstances. To avoid having to do the application when you are busy with year 12 exams, think about starting your application soon!
http://www.defencejobs.gov.au/education/adfa/how-to-apply/

UTS Year 12 Bonus Points Scheme
The bonus points scheme provides a maximum of 5 bonus points to students who achieve sufficient results in certain HSC subjects and have a minimum ATAR of 69, or interstate equivalent. Bonus points are automatically applied to offers through UAC.
https://www.uts.edu.au/future-students/undergraduate/high-school-students/year-12-bonus-scheme

CSU: Bachelor of Clinical Practice (Paramedic)
For students wishing to become a paramedic this course can be studied at Bathurst or Port Macquarie. It can be studied either full or part time. For further information, follow the link below.
http://www.csu.edu.au/courses/bachelor-of-clinical-practice-paramedic.

The University of New England Early Entry Program
UNE’s Early Entry program allows Year 12 students to gain a place at UNE before ATARs are released. Selection for the program is based on an applicant’s ability to work and learn independently, as well as their overall potential for academic success.
http://www.une.edu.au/study/study-on-campus/get-early-entry/about.

Careers in Nuclear Medicine
Nuclear Medicine is an exciting branch of medical radiations that uses radioactive materials in the form of radiopharmaceuticals to generate images that are used to diagnose diseases and in the form of radioisotopes to treat disease or relieve pain.
http://www.nuclearmedicine.org.au/

Gap Medics International Medical Work Experience
Shadow doctors, nurses, midwives or dentists in hospital for 1–8 weeks.
http://www.gapmedics.com.au/

UNSW Elite Athletes and Performers Bonus Point Guide
Information can be found by clicking on this link: https://www.futurestudents.unsw.edu.au/sites/default/files/uploads/EAP%20Web%20Guide%202016.pdf.

ISV High School Program
ISV's High School Program allows secondary school students to combine volunteering and adventure travel to Thailand, Vietnam, Costa Rica or South Africa. Students live, travel and learn in another country whilst making a positive contribution to communities and environments through volunteering. Download the ISV High School Booklet that details departure dates and itineraries: http://www.isvolunteers.org/high-school-program.

Antipodeans Abroad: Schoolies Unearthed
Schoolies Unearthed is a 10-day journey overseas where secondary school graduates have the chance to embrace their independence and travel to Borneo, Thailand or Indonesia. Students will explore the country whilst helping others and contributing to a local community development project. Find out more by contacting Mr Ned Murphy at ned@antipodeans.com.au or (03) 9827 9541 or visit: http://www.antipodeans.com.au/Programs/Expeditions-and-Tours/Programs/Unearthed.htm.

Andrea Pinnock
Careers Adviser