Monthly Archives: September 2015


Scholarships Resource


See link below for lots of other scholarship opportunities – also posted on COMPASS on 15/9/2015 http://unihighcareers.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Scholarships-Resource-Version-22016.docx    

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VTAC Year 12 – important dates


Reminder: VTAC 2015 Key Dates   Timely applications through VTAC Wednesday 30 September 2015 SEAS applications close Tuesday 6 October 2015 Scholarships through VTAC close Friday 16 October 2015 Also, students applying for courses that have extra requirements (i.e. submitting a folio, a pre-selection kit, arranging an interview, etc.) are reminded that failure to meet the […]

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Interested in Fashion & Styling?


Interested in Fashion & Styling? This information is for students in Years 11 and 12 looking to pursue a career in fashion. The Stylist Short Course from the Melbourne School of Styling will give young women and men a behind-the-scenes, warts-and-all insight into what it takes to make styling their career. Seasoned stylist Bianca Christoff […]

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Want a job in hospitality?


Junior Food & Beverage attendants Pastuso is Australia’s first Peruvian Restaurant, Cevicheria & Pisco Bar Immediate start Work in a buzzing Latin American restaurant Pastuso is recruiting for Junior Food and Beverage attendants with a drive to develop their skills and knowledge in a vibrant and energetic environment Are you looking to develop your career […]

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RMIT News


PATHWAYS – Like other universities, RMIT offers pathway programs to help you reach your study and career ideas. You can often transfer from one program to another, with recognition of your existing skills and knowledge. More information see: https://www.rmit.edu.au/study-with-us/applying-to-rmit/local-student-applications/pathways/recognised-pathways/ COMPUTER SCIENCE AND IT ANIMATION – Choosing the right computer science and IT degree depends on […]

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Australian Catholic University


TEACHING AT ACU – ACU offers alternative pathways into a number of their degrees. For example, there are several options for becoming a teacher. See: www.acu.edu.au/pathways BACHELOR OF DIGITAL MEDIA – A new degree in 2016. It will enable students to work across a range of careers by developing skills in video and audio production, […]

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Deakin University


HEALTH SCIENCES AND PUBLIC HEALTH AND HEALTH PROMOTION – an information night is being held for these courses. When/Where: 4.30-6pm, Thurs 17 Sept, Melbourne Burwood campus; 4.30-6pm, Wed 16 Sept, Geelong Waterfront campus. Bookings: http://www.deakin.edu.au/health-social-development/short-courses/short-course-details/school-events/prospective-student-events. PATHWAYS TO DEAKIN – Deakin has several pathway options for those who do not obtain the required ATAR for the […]

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University of Melbourne


THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE – Many are aware that Melbourne operates on a different model from other Victorian universities. Students who study there start with a degree in either Agriculture, Arts, Biomedicine, Commerce, Environments, Fine Arts, Music, Oral health or Science. Once the initial degree is completed students can head into the workforce, do a […]

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Monash Uni News


CHANGES AT MONASH – Monash is offering a revitalised course portfolio. Popular double degrees are still available, and students can still commence specialist studies from first year. Go to www.study.monash to find out about all Monash courses and a full list of majors and specialis-ations. You can make course comparisons, and find the right course […]

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Year 12 News


YEAR 12 NEWS – apply for courses through VTAC (www.vtac.edu.au). Once you have applied, you can change your application as you wish. The fee goes from $29 to $95 if you first apply after 30 Sept. The first round of offers of places will occur on 18 January, 2016. You can adjust your preferences after […]

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