Category Archives: Tertiary Information


News from Flinders University


News from Flinders University Pathway to Graduate-Entry Doctor of Medicine Flinders is introducing new opportunities to study graduate entry Medicine with up to 75 percent of places reserved for Flinders students. In addition to the undergraduate pathway, places will be reserved for:   25 students from the Bachelor of Health Sciences, Medical Science, Paramedic Science, […]

read more

Navitas College of Public Safety


News from Navitas College of Public Safety (NCPS) NCPS has an informative website and it really showcases the college and the two-year Bachelor of Criminology and Justice degree.   Features of the website include –   Staff profiles – where students can learn about some of the NCPS staff and hear about the experience they have […]

read more

News from Deakin University


Course Updates from Deakin University Commencing Trimester 1 2016, all four engineering courses will be offered at the (Melbourne) Burwood Campus for the first year only. The remainder of these courses will have to be completed at Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus, or via the Cloud. Find out more at Engineering Commencing Trimester 1 2016, the […]

read more

Pathways to University


PATHWAYS TO UNIVERSITY – Some students who would like to study at university do not obtain a high enough ATAR to access their preferred course. What happens then? Many universities offer pathways into university. For example, Deakin has Deakin College, Monash has Monash College, La Trobe has La Trobe Melbourne and Swinburne has UniLink. These […]

read more

RMIT News


SEPTEMBER HOLIDAY SHORT COURSES – Those on offer are: Ableton Live Music (Music software program), Audio Production – Studio Recording, Production, Lighting for Live Events, Food Photography and Folio Preparation in Photography. Information: 9925 8111, enquiries@rmit.edu.au and www.shortcourses.rmit.edu.au – get in early! WOMEN IN ENGINEERING EVENT – For National Engineering Week, RMIT is hosting an […]

read more

Monash University News


‘AT MONASH’ SEMINAR SERIES CONTINUES – The series continues with: Theatre, Performance and Music on 18 August, Science on 27 Aug, Teaching on 1, 3 & 8 Sept, and Engineering on 17 September; all seminars are 6.30-8.00pm; Info/Reg’n at: www.destination.monash.edu/at-monash.   MEDICINE, NURSING AND HEALTH SCIENCES FACULTY UPDATE – To be considered for Medicine, Physiotherapy […]

read more

Health Science Degrees


Health Science Degrees Below is a list of many health science degrees offered at Victorian Universities. For a comprehensive list of health sciences courses, including double degrees, on offer at both TAFEs and universities, visit VTAC.   INSTITUTION COURSE VCE PREREQUISITES MAJOR STUDIES CHARLES STURT Health and Rehabilitation Science n/a Health sciences, Human biology, Rehabilitation. […]

read more

News from RMIT


News from RMIT University New Courses in 2016 Bachelor of Engineering (Automotive Engineering) (Honours)/Bachelor of Industrial Design (Honours) The Bachelor of Engineering (Automotive Engineering) (Honours) and Bachelor Industrial Design (Honours) is a specialised program that addresses the ongoing demand for automotive engineers with an industrial design background. The engineering component of the program will give […]

read more

News from University of Melbourne


News from the University of Melbourne Fine Arts Degrees Year 12 students applying for the following Fine Arts courses at the University of Melbourne for 2016 are encouraged to take note of extra-requirements for eligibility to be selected. All applicants must submit their Supplementary Application Form (available from their VTAC User Account) by the dates […]

read more

University of Otago – NZ


The University of Otago – Quick Facts Founded in 1869, the University of Otago is the oldest university in New Zealand The University of Otago has campuses in 5 main centres throughout New Zealand, with its main campus situated in Dunedin. Dunedin is a coastal city situated in the southern part of the South Island […]

read more