Monthly Archives: July 2018


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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Snapshot of The University of Melbourne (UoM) in 2018


Established in 1853, the University of Melbourne makes distinctive contributions to society in research, learning and teaching and engagement UoM is consistently ranked among the leading universities in the world, with international rankings of world universities placing it as # 1 in Australia and # 32 in the world (Times Higher Education World University Rankings […]

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Career in Event Planning


The Good Universities 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 every attention to detail good interpersonal and supervisory skills good communication skills […]

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News from ACU


Bachelor of High Performance Sport The high performance industry is a global, multi-billion dollar entity employing sport scientists, coaches, strength and conditioning professionals, and high performance managers and analysts.  At the heart of this industry is the conditioning of the athlete, with the aim of optimising individual and team performance, and keeping them at the […]

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REMINDER: Inside Monash Seminar Series 2018


The remaining Inside Monash Seminar Series take place this term!  These seminars provide VCE students with an insight into the courses and career options within discipline areas.  The seminars are held in various locations across the Caulfield, Clayton, Peninsula, and City campuses, and seminars with the same title have the same program.  All seminars commence […]

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Reminder: Scholarships at Bond University


Bond University offers an extensive scholarship program to both domestic and international students, with values ranging from 25% scholarships to 100%. Year 12 students are reminded applications for the 2019 Scholarship Program have already opened, and close on 31 July 2018. Remember to visit Bond University Scholarships for a comprehensive list of scholarships, including sport […]

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