Category Archives: Tertiary Information


Snapshot of William Angliss Institute (WAI) in 2018


WAI has a two campuses Melbourne – city and Lilydale (in partnership with Box Hill Institute), as well as a campus in Sydney. It also has joint-ventures with Thailand, Sri Lanka and Malaysia WAI is one of Australia’s largest specialist centres for foods, tourism, hospitality and events training WAI offers a broad range of courses […]

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Mechanical Engineering Degrees in Victoria


Mechanical engineers plan, design and oversee the development, installation, operation and maintenance of machinery. They conduct research to solve practical engineering problems and improve efficiency – Good Universities Guide – Mechanical Engineer   Mechanical engineering is offered at the following Victorian Universities – INSTITUTION VCE REQUIREMENTS ATAR 2018   Deakin University G – Geelong Waurn […]

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Electrical Engineering


Electrical engineers design, develop and supervise the manufacture, installation, operation and maintenance of electrical systems. They work on systems for the generation, distribution, utilisation and control of electric power. They also work on electronic systems used for computing, communications and other industrial applications. (Good Universities Guide). Electrical Engineering involves the design and study of electronics, […]

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Engineers Australia


Engineers Australia is the trusted voice of the engineering profession, which is committed to creating solutions to make the world a better place.  When students are doing their research about studying engineering at university, it is useful to pay attention to which courses are accredited by Engineers Australia.  Completing an accredited course means that graduates […]

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UPDATED: ‘My Melbourne Future’ Series


Senior students should note that during the month of June, the University of Melbourne will be hosting a series of free ‘My Melbourne Future’ Information Sessions at the Parkville Campus from 6.30pm – 8.30pm.  These sessions are aimed at informing prospective students about the courses on offer including exploring majors, breadth options, and electives, etc.  […]

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Deakin Genie


Deakin has been recognised as a global digital leader at the Digital Edge 50 awards for the second year running, with the Deakin Genie digital personal assistant tool for students receiving a 2018 Digital Edge 50 award from the world’s number one ranked media, data and marketing services company. Watch this YouTube clip on how […]

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Sport and Exercise Psychology at UQ


The Sport and Exercise Psychology program offered at the University of Queensland is specifically designed to allow graduates to obtain registration from the Psychologists Board of Queensland and membership of the College of Sport Psychologists within the Australian Psychological Society.  Students might be keen on studying the Master of Applied Psychology (Sport and Exercise) – a specific focus […]

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UMAT2018


Year 12 students planning on applying for UMAT2018 are reminded that applications close on Friday 1 June 2018 at 5.00pm sharp.  For more information, and/or to apply visit UMAT2018.

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Study Cuisine at Le Cordon Bleu


Le Cordon Bleu Australia has been teaching international standard culinary arts and hospitality management programs to domestic and international students since 1992.  With industry trained professional teaching staff and lecturers the Australian campuses offer three unique environments in which to learn the art and mastery of French culinary techniques as well as gastronomy, culture and […]

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Business at Monash means Choice and Flexibility


At Monash, the Business School, prides itself on having lots of choice and flexibility to support students who have many different interests and career aspirations.  Having so much choice can be a bit daunting to navigate, so the Business School has simplified its course structure but still be offering a full complement of diverse business […]

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