Yearly Archives: 2018


Careers in Victoria Police


Students are eligible to apply at 18 – There is a misconception that young adults do not have enough life and work experience for the role.  To the contrary, a large number of members of the Police Force joined at the age of 18.   Police recruitment staff and psychologists will assess applicants to determine their […]

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Deakin University Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science/Bachelor of Nutrition Science


  Deakin University is currently developing an exciting new combined course offering for 2019 – Deakin’s School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences will offer this double degree, which is the first of its kind in Victoria and will prepare students to combine exercise and nutrition to help the community optimise physical performance and nutrition and […]

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Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Science Courses in Victoria


A Pharmacist supplies, dispenses, and manufactures medicines, whilst a Pharmaceutical Scientist spends more time in the laboratory studying and discovering medicines.  Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Science undergraduate courses for school leavers offered in Victoria include – UNIVERSITY  COURSE VCE PREREQUISITES ATAR FOR 2018 La Trobe University   B – Bendigo Campus   Pharmacy (Honours) Units 3 […]

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CASPer Entry Requirements for Teacher Qualifications


CASPer is an online test designed to assess an applicant’s personal and professional attributes.  CASPer is a requirement of applying to many initial teaching training courses in Victoria – CASPer A number of universities will be requiring students sit the CASPer online test as part of the selection into teaching degrees in 2019.  Students are encouraged to […]

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UAC Schools Recommendation Scheme (SRS)


Students considering applying for a course at an interstate university or campus might like to consider also applying for the Schools Recommendation Scheme (SRS).  The Schools Recommendation Schemes (SRS) enables schools to recommend current Year 12 students – who are also UAC applicants – for early offers of undergraduate admission.   The aim of SRS is […]

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Free TAFE for Select Courses in 2019


From 2019 it won’t cost you any fees to complete a priority TAFE qualification. The tuition free priority course list includes 20 non-apprenticeship courses and 18 courses that provide pathways to apprenticeships (also known as ‘pre-apprenticeships’). The non-apprenticeship courses are: Certificate IV in Accounting and Bookkeeping Diploma of Accounting Advanced Diploma of Accounting Certificate IV […]

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Snapshot of Victoria University in 2018


More than 45,000 students from around the world study at one of VU’s many campuses, with its largest one being Footscray Park – VU Campuses VU has a number of academic colleges including arts, business, education, engineering, law & justice, science, sport and exercise science – VU Academic Colleges VU has very strong industry connections […]

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Career as a Paramedic


The Good Universities Guide states that paramedics provide pre-hospital emergency care, treatment and specialised transport for patients – Good Universities Guide – Paramedic Working as an ambulance paramedic means that no two days are ever the same. What a paramedic does can be as varied as restarting a patient’s heart down to helping solve social […]

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Navy Helicopter Pilot


Experience one of Australia’s most exciting flying jobs, taking part in search and rescue missions, medical evacuations, disaster-relief, and anti-submarine operations. Helicopter Pilots (known in the Navy as Navy Pilots) fly rotary wing aircraft. Helicopter Pilots experience a variety of employment and training environments during their Navy career. These are designed to prepare for roles […]

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News from RMIT 2018


Bachelor of Creative Writing at RMIT Students develop practical and professional skills in creative writing, informed by critical, historical and theoretical knowledge of writing industries, art forms and career opportunities.  These skills include the capacity to experiment, produce, analyse and reflect upon work in a variety of writing styles, techniques and voices. Students learn about […]

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