Monthly Archives: September 2015


Band Workshops for VCE Students


Box Hill Institute presents a free band workshop to help prepare students for their VCE music performance assessments.  Monday Sept 28, 10am-4pm.  to inquire or register, email c.ellis@boxhill.edu.au or call 92869729          

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Guaranteed ATARs at ANU


Guaranteed ATARs at ANU in 2016 ANU has decided to provide domestic students with guaranteed ATARs for 2016 entry. Obviously, all prerequisite and additional selection criteria also apply. Some of these include – Program Title Guaranteed ATARs for Main Round 2016 B Accounting 86 B Actuarial Studies 95 B Advanced Computing (Honours) 90 B Arts […]

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Pathways to University


Pathways to University There are many different ways to get to the same destination, and that applies to university too. Sometimes students do not quite meet the entry criteria to go straight into a university course – maybe their ATAR was not high enough, or they did not attain the minimum study score in a […]

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Studying at Le Cordon Bleu


Studying at Le Cordon Bleu Do you have a passion for cooking? Particularly French cuisine? Le Cordon Bleu, as a culinary arts school that offers courses at more than 29 international schools across 5 continents, and is attended by more than 20,000 students every year. Students are taught by Master Chefs, of which the majority come […]

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Deakin Uni – Associate Degree of Arts


The Deakin University Associate Degree of Arts 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 either the Bachelor of Arts or the Bachelor of Criminology with credit for prior learning. The Associate […]

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Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Dental Surgery and Doctor of Physiotherapy


At the University of Melbourne, The Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Dental Surgery and Doctor of Physiotherapy have very specific prerequisites which must have been completed prior to commencing these graduate programs.   Students considering applying for one of these courses and wanting to make sure that their undergraduate degree does include these prerequisite subjects and […]

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Monash Uni – Science Precinct Guided Tours


Due to the increased interest after the recent Open Day, the Faculty of Science at Monash University has decided to run a series of Science Precinct Guided Tours in the upcoming school holidays. There are numerous days and times available, and to register for one of these tours, visit Science Precinct Tours

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KEEPER FOR A DAY AND VET FOR A DAY


KEEPER FOR A DAY AND VET FOR A DAY – If you want to know what is takes to work in a zoo, caring for an array of different animals, then consider one of these holiday programs: Keeper for a Day at Werribee Open Range Zoo, Sept 22, 24, 28 & 30; Healesville Sanctuary, Sept […]

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Want to keep up-to-date with Uni of Melbourne


If you want to keep up-to-date with Melbourne, subscribe to MY Melbourne. Every month, current students contribute to My Melbourne so you get the inside story of what it’s really like being a student at Melbourne. Go to http://blogs.unimelb.edu.au/mymelb.

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Victoria University News


EXPLORE VU SERIES – Discover opportunities at VU at Explore VU. These are evening sessions (6.30-8pm) exploring Health and Biomedicine (3 Sept), Law and Justice (8 Sept), Education (10 Sept), Exercise and Sports Science (15 Sept), Arts (17 Sept), Business (22 Sept) and Engineering and Science (24 Sept). Info: 1300 842 864. Book: www.vu.edu.au/news-events/events/explore-vu-series. NEW […]

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