Monthly Archives: July 2015


University of Otago – NZ


The University of Otago – Quick Facts Founded in 1869, the University of Otago is the oldest university in New Zealand The University of Otago has campuses in 5 main centres throughout New Zealand, with its main campus situated in Dunedin. Dunedin is a coastal city situated in the southern part of the South Island […]

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News from Monash University


News from Monash University Update from the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences Interviews for medicine, physiotherapy, radiography & medical imaging will be held from 5 – 8 January 2016. Students are reminded that to be considered for these courses, they must make their VTAC application by 30 September 2015. These courses cannot be […]

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Medical Imaging Courses in Victoria


Medical Imaging Courses in Victoria Medical imaging technologists operate X-ray and other imaging equipment, such as MRI and Ultrasound, to produce radiographic images which are used in the diagnosis and subsequent management of disease or injury. Below are links to the four specialised medical imaging areas detailed in the Job Guide: Nuclear Medicine Technology Radiation […]

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University of Melbourne – Quick Facts


The University of Melbourne (UoM) – Quick Facts Established in 1853, the University of Melbourne makes distinctive contributions to society in research, learning and teaching and engagement According to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2014 – 2015, the University of Melbourne is ranked No. 1 in Australia, and No. 33 in the world […]

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Career in Audiology


Career in Audiology Audiology is a health care profession involved in assessing, managing and rehabilitating hearing loss and balance disorders. Audiology is a rapidly growing profession and qualified audiologists are in high demand both locally and internationally. To become an audiologist students usually have to complete a bachelor degree in linguistics, physics, psychology, special education, […]

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Tax File Numbers


Tax File Numbers Any student will need at tax file number if he/she starts work (part-time and full-time) and all students planning on a tertiary education require one when they start. Importantly, current Year 12 students are reminded that they cannot enrol in a CSP (Commonwealth Support Place) course at university without a Tax File […]

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Australian Catholic Uni – Early Achiever’s Program


Early Achievers’ Program at ACU As a Year 12 student, do you demonstrate leadership in your school or workplace, coordinate a community initiative, volunteer in a local cultural, sporting or religious group or provide care to someone in need? Australian Catholic University’s Early Achievers’ Program (EAP) recognises a students’ potential to achieve great things. Gaining […]

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Box Hill TAFE


News from Box Hill Institute Courses offered at the City Campus The Box Hill Institute City Campus is conveniently located in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD with easy access to public transport, eateries and shops. As well as delivering hundreds of short courses across a range of interest areas, the city campus offers a number of accredited […]

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Latrobe University – Aspire Program


Aspire – Early Admissions Program at La Trobe The Aspire program is aimed at recognising students who are or actively involved in the positive impact of community service and non-academic school commitments, such as leadership, sport or cultural activities. Applicants for this program will be assessed on these criteria and not just ATAR scores. The […]

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Monash University


News from Monash University ‘At Monash Seminar Series’ 2015 The annual ‘At Monash Seminar Series’ continues into this term! These seminars provide Year 11 and 12 students and parents with an insight into the courses and career options within discipline areas. The seminars are presented by academics in conjunction with current university students and graduates, […]

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