Monthly Archives: February 2016


Digital Design


JMC Academy is pleased to introduce the new Diploma and Bachelor Digital Design courses!  The focus is on a combination of the love of design with the passion of discovering and creating new technology.  It is all about the design of The Web, Apps, Spaces and Experiences.  Students will learn to communicate their ideas and […]

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Bachelor of Global Studies Seminar


The Bachelor of Global Studies is designed for those who aspire to be leaders in making social change, this course enables students to find creative ways to tackle challenges facing cultures and communities throughout the world. Students keen on learning more about the Bachelor of Global Studies are encouraged to attend this free seminar. Following […]

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Careers in Event Planning


The Job Guide indicates that an event planner or event coordinator plans and organises special events, including parties, wedding receptions, product launches, banquets, meetings, conferences and conventions.  Successful event planners – enjoy working with people good organisational and time management skills have very attention to detail good interpersonal and supervisory skills good communication skills neat […]

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Environment and Sustainability


The advantages of studying the environment and sustainability at ANU: With a student to academic ratio of 10:1 students quickly build important relationships with their lecturers, get more out of their classes and make friends easily. Students will engage with guest lecturers who are at the forefront of their fields. Located in Canberra, ANU has unparalleled connections to government […]

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William Angliss Institute


  William Angliss Institute will partner with Box Hill Institute to deliver vocational and higher education programs at the reopened Lilydale campus from February 2016. Programs that will be delivered from this year include: Certificate III Commercial Cookery Certificate III in Tourism Diploma of Hospitality Diploma of Travel and Tourism New Bachelor Degrees from 2016 […]

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Aviation


Flight Academy Australia (FAA) is offering a workshop program that will run from 30 March – 1 April 2016 to students with an interest in aviation. Some flight schools present flight training as a recreation rather than a career. At FAA, we are offering students an opportunity to sample the world of aviation by participating […]

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Medical Program Update – Bond University


  Bond University is committed to easing the shortage of Medical Practitioners in Queensland and Australia and offers the Bachelor of Medical Studies (BMedSt) and the Doctor of Medicine (MD).  All students selected for entry into the Medical Program will have to complete both the BMedSt and MD to be eligible for registration as a medical practitioner in any […]

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ANU Tuckwell Scholarship


  Australian National University (ANU) launched the Tuckwell Scholarship Program in 2013.  Receiving a Tuckwell Scholarship – valued at $20,000 per year up to five years – is not just about a students’ intellect. It is also about their desire and determination to use their natural abilities to realise their full potential so that they […]

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Victoria University Science and Technology


Victoria University’s science and information technology courses provide qualifications that give students direct access to the careers and industries they want to work in.  The science courses provide a unique preparation for professional scientific careers, with an emphasis on the analytical techniques and equipment used by industry. Students have access to state-of-the-art laboratories (such as […]

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UHS Careers 2016


Welcome to the 2016 school year. Most of you may be aware that Ms Moylan and Ms Walker retired at the end of last year. Ms Sipsas been appointed as the Careers Co-Ordinator and Ms Rebecca Jepson has been appointed as the MIPS/Work Experience Co-Ordinator. The Careers office is located in the VCE Area and all students are welcome to […]

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