Monthly Archives: August 2015


National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA)


National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) The National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) is an internationally recognised institute that offers education and training in a range of courses including acting, writing, staging, movement, voice, costume, and production design.   All application, audition, interview and project requirements for NIDA’s tertiary programs are now available on the […]

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Mechanical and Electrical Engineering


  Difference between Electrical and Mechanical Engineering? Students often ask what the difference is between electrical engineering and mechanical engineering. There are many explanations regarding the difference and the summaries below should provide some clarification. Actually Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering are near polar opposites in the engineering world. Mechanical Engineering is based on the […]

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News from University of Tasmania


News from the University of Tasmania (UTAS) Relocation Scholarship The University of Tasmania (UTAS) also invites the best and the brightest from across Australia to apply for a Relocation Scholarship. The scholarship is designed to encourage high achieving interstate students to study Law at the University of Tasmania by assisting with the financial costs of moving […]

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Careers in Psychology


APS Careers in Psychology Seminar Each year the Australian Psychological Society runs a free careers seminar for aspiring psychologists. Students will gain an insight into several specialist areas of psychology. Details of the event are: Date    Saturday Sept 12 Time   1-4pm Lecture Theatre 3, Building B, Level 1, Room 77, Deakin University, 221 Burwood […]

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DOXA Cadetship Program


  DOXA Cadetship Program This program is targeted towards young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. The cadetship can be applied to young people attending any university in a wide range of fields including science, engineering , law, accounting, finance, commerce, architecture, construction, marketing, human resources, arts, communications, psychology and information technology.   Young people gain professional development, […]

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Too Many Lawyers – Futureproof your degree


Too Many Lawyers – Futureproof your degree An interesting article from the Sydney Morning Herald: http://www.smh.com.au/national/tertiary-education/too-many-lawyers-futureproof-your-degree-20150730-ginpjh.html

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Urban and Regional Planning


Career in Urban and Regional Planning Urban and regional planners (often also called Town Planners) develop policies and plans for the use of land and resources. They advise on the economic, environmental, social and cultural needs of particular localities or regions as they relate to the built environment and the community. They also work on […]

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Work Experience Opportunities 2016 Zoos Victoria has developed a secondary school Work Experience program to inspire the next generation of youth to be inspired to work with wildlife. Each year, Zoos Victoria selects a limited number students as part of their work experience program to gain experience at one of Victoria’s three zoos; Healesville Sanctuary, […]

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Education at Deakin Uni


Associate Degree in Education The Deakin University Associate Degree of Education is a two year, full time program specifically designed for students who would benefit from a supported entry to tertiary study. The course provides a pathway into university and articulates into the Bachelor of Education (Primary) with up to 18 months credit for prior learning. […]

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The University of Wollongong (UOW) Bachelor of Pre-Medicine, Science and Health


Bachelor of Pre-Medicine, Science and Health The University of Wollongong (UOW) offers a 3-year Bachelor of Pre-Medicine, Science and Health as a pathway to graduate medical studies. The course is designed to give high-achieving students an excellent preparation for graduate medical studies at UOW or other institutions. The strengths of the course are: A Foundations […]

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