Monthly Archives: February 2016


VCE Parent Information Evening


The VCE Parent Information Evening is scheduled for Wednesday, March 2 at 7pm in EB10, The Elizabeth Blackburn School of Sciences. Students are most welcome to attend with their parents if they wish, however, all Year 12 students will receive the information regarding tertiary applications during an assembly later in the year. Whilst all VCE […]

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VET Courses – Last date to withdraw from a VET course


Friday 26th February is the final date for students to be able to withdraw from VET Courses. Fees will be charged to students if they withdraw after this date. Please see Ms Sipsas prior to Friday 26th February if you have any questions regarding withdrawing from a VET Course.

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NURSING AND/OR MIDWIFERY DEGREE COURSES


UNIVERSITY VCE PREREQUISITE SUBJECTS ATAR FOR 2016 ENTRY ACU Midwifery (Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or at least 25 in English other than EAL) 75.35 (M) Nursing (Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or at least 25 in […]

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Engineering (Architectural Engineering)


Architectural Engineers integrate essential building systems into architects’ plans to meet project design, safety and environmental goals.  The Bachelor of Engineering (Architectural Engineering) is a 4-year course that will appeal to students interested in a course that focusses on sustainable building design concepts and includes an appreciation of architectural design.  The initial focus is on […]

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News from Monash University


‘Inside Monash’ Seminar Series 2016    Get the inside story of what it’s really like to study at Monash. You’ll hear from a current student, a past student and an academic. It’s the best 90 minutes you could spend researching your course. Bring along your parents too! The Inside Monash Seminar Series commences in March! […]

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News from ADFA


The Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA) develops and educates the future leaders of the Navy, Army and Air Force. You can see exactly what could be in store for your students with our new ADFA virtual tour. In this immersive experience, you get to see where midshipmen and officer cadets live, study, train and play. […]

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Important Update from the University of Sydney


The University of Sydney is introducing mathematics course prerequisites for some courses from 2019 to help students thrive in their science, technology, engineering and mathematics related degrees and prepare them to tackle future career challenges.  This means that current Year 10 students need to note this important change.  The minimum maths requirement will be mathematical […]

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Veterinary Science Open Day 2016


  Prospective students, parents, children, animal lovers and veterinary science buffs — we welcome the whole community to our annual Open Day.  The Open Day is an opportunity for prospective students and their parents to speak with veterinary staff, meet current students and learn about the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine graduate program.   Date:               […]

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Environment & Sustainability at Swinburne University


  Preserving the earth begins with an understanding of the current landscape. The environment and sustainability courses offered at Swinburne are an exploration into what it means to champion and sustain the earth for future generations.  Courses are deigned to provide foundational knowledge and practical skills through an emphasis on conservation, land management, horticulture, renewable […]

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Work Experience Opportunity with a Surveyor


Interested in Geography, Maths, IT and the outdoors? If this sounds like you, why not try out Surveying with a work experience placement. Register your details here and we’ll make enquiries on your behalf. You could also ring your local Surveying firm and ask if they have any placements available.  Students keen on finding out more […]

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