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Experience La Trobe


Registrations for the popular Experience La Trobe series are now open. Details are as follows: Melbourne Campus Date: Thursday 31 March 2016 Time: 9.30am – 4.00pm Location: West Lecture Theatres Bendigo Campus Date: Friday 1 April 2016 Time: 9.30am – 3.00pm  This is a free event and the lunch is provided! Workshops are already filling up […]

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Introduction to VTAC Sessions


VTAC Introductory Sessions will be held from Monday 7th March until Thursday 24th March in the VCE Study Area. All year 12 students are required to attend ONE session. Students must sign up for their session on the sheet located on the noticeboard outside the VCE Office. These sessions are extremely important and compulsory for […]

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Easter Holiday Program


Students might like to consider participating in one of the following programs taking place throughout the upcoming Easter holidays –   Werribee Open Range Zoo’s Keeper for a Day program – Werribee   Healesville Sanctuary’s Vet for a Day program – Healesville VET for a Day   Healesville Sanctuary’s Keeper for a Day program – […]

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RMIT News


  RMIT has an exciting simple-to-use online tool allowing students to create their own personalised RMIT course brochure in minutes. International and local students can use My Brochure to explore RMIT’s vocational, undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Potential students can then add relevant extra information (from facilities to funding) before their personalised brochure is emailed to them.   For […]

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Swinburne University’s Design Factory


  Swinburne Design Factory is part of the Global Design Factory Network – a global network of universities offering innovative education, research and partnerships. This network brings together students, industry and researchers to co-create for extraordinary results. The aim is to turn ideas into reality.    The projects offer students new and unique experiences, challenging […]

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Lattitude Global Volunteering


Lattitude Global Volunteering (formerly Gap Activity Projects) has been offering international volunteering and gap year projects for 17-25 year olds, for over 35 years.  A diverse range of projects are on offer in Asia/Pacific, or further afield in Europe, the Americas and Africa. Lattitude Volunteers… are not tourists; they immerse themselves in the local culture, […]

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GAP Medics


    GAP Medics programs offer students interested in healthcare a genuine insight into the hospital work of doctors and nurses in Tanzania, Zanzibar, Thailand and the Czech Republic. Gap Medics are offering an exciting project for students that are looking to apply for university courses in medicine, nursing, dentistry or midwifery.  Gap Medics is a […]

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Health Degrees Overview


MEDICINE AND DENTISTRY – It is possible to study medicine/surgery at Deakin (Geelong), Monash (Clayton and Gippsland), and Melbourne universities. Of course, many interstate universities also offer medicine, and it is possible to study it in New Zealand (eg University of Otago in Dunedin) and have the qualification recognised in Australia. NOTE: Be aware that […]

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What are some of your alternatives upon leaving school?


Many students will want to pursue university study. Research shows that those who have a university degree are (on average) less likely to be unemployed and are likely to earn more during their lifetimes than those who do not. Others will want to complete a vocational course (VET) like hospitality, childcare or graphic design. Another […]

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Important Update from the University of Sydney


The University of Sydney is introducing mathematics course prerequisites for some courses from 2019 to help students thrive in their science, technology, engineering and mathematics related degrees and prepare them to tackle future career challenges.  This means that current Year 10 students need to note this important change.  The minimum maths requirement will be mathematical […]

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