Monthly Archives: March 2017


VCE Parent Information Evening


The VCE Parent Information Evening will take place on Thursday 2nd March at 7pm in EB10, the lecture theatre on the ground floor of the Elizabeth Blackburn School of Science building on Story Street. The presentation by the Principal, the Heads of Sub-Schools and the Careers Coordinator will take approximately one hour. There will be a panel […]

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Architecture, Construction & Surveying Courses in Victoria


Listed below are some single undergraduate degrees in architecture, building & construction, and surveying.  To find out about all architecture, building & construction, and surveying courses on offer (including double degree options) at both TAFEs and universities, visit VTAC.  Students are encouraged to explore pathway courses to these degrees.   INSTITUTION COURSE VCE PREREQUISITES 2017 ENTRY REQUIREMENTS […]

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Swinburne University


Swinburne is student-focused and aims at students being engaged in their learning; be exposed to innovative teaching, and given thorough preparation for the workforce Swinburne ranks in the top 3% of universities in the world – in the top 400 in the world, and since 2015, has been ranked in the Times Higher Education 100 Under […]

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Travel and Tourism


William Angliss Institute’s Skills and Jobs Centre will be holding an industry insight into the travel and tourism industry. This free event is designed for anyone interested in pursuing a tourism career who would like to gain first-hand knowledge about the industry from special guests, including Qantas cabin crew staff and William Angliss Institute experts. […]

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News from the University of Melbourne


‘Make it Possible with Melbourne’ Series   Senior students should note that during the months of May and June, the University of Melbourne will be hosting a series of free ‘Make it Possible with Melbourne’  Information Sessions (formerly known as the Focus On Series) in the early evening aimed at informing prospective students about the […]

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Careers in Forensic Medicine


The Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine (VIFM) is hosting a Career Information Afternoon for students in Years 10 -12.  It is aimed at providing an insight into the various career options in forensic sciences.  Speakers include a forensic pathologist, forensic toxicologist, a mortuary technician, a physician from clinical forensic medicine, and a representative from the […]

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ADF GAP Year


The ADF Gap Year program provides an opportunity for young Australians, who have finished Year 12 (or equivalent) and are aged between 17 and 24, to experience military training and lifestyle whilst gaining new skills and pay over their Gap Year.  The life skills and job training that students acquire during their Gap Year experience […]

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