Monthly Archives: May 2016


News from the Australian National University


Degrees for High Achievers Roadshow in Melbourne    ANU will launch its Degrees for High Achievers Roadshow in Melbourne on Monday 9 May 2016, from 5.30pm – 7.00pm! The evening will present options for intellectually curious and driven students who want to study a degree that allows them to explore. Students are encouraged to attend […]

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Law at Swinburne University


Swinburne’s law school offers an undergraduate program that focuses on commercial law with emphasis on intellectual property law, and it is the only degree in Victoria with this specialisation.  Swinburne is offering its Bachelor of Laws – a 4-year program – for the first time in 2015.  Focused on commercial law, with a distinct emphasis […]

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Interstate Law Experience Day


Interstate Law Experience Day Victorian VCE students have an excellent opportunity to find out first-hand what studying law at Bond is all about!  They will discover ethical topics with our professors and legal specialists, engage in legal scenarios in moot court rooms.  Students get to fly up to Bond University for the day and the cost […]

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La Trobe Hallmark Program


The La Trobe Hallmark Program is a program for high-achieving students who are passionate about learning. This program provides students with opportunities to work in cross-disciplinary teams on some of the world’s most pressing issues with access to and mentoring by leading researchers. Enrichment activities, such as an international study tour, are made possible through […]

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Monash Scholars Program


The Monash Scholars program helps high-achieving secondary school students develop and excel, both academically and personally.  Scholars explore and pinpoint their passions, develop a broad suite of study skills, and gain the confidence to make great course and career choices.  Through the program, they’ll build a personal network of peers and academics that will last […]

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National Youth Science Forum


The National Youth Science Forum helps students moving into Year 12, who wish to follow careers in science, engineering and technology by introducing them to research and researchers, by encouraging the achievement of excellence in all their undertakings, and by helping to develop their communication and interpersonal skills. It also fosters discussion of, and interest […]

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