Category Archives: Year 10 Information


Careers in Forensic Medicine


The Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine (VIFM) is hosting a Career Information Afternoon for students in Years 10 -12.  It is aimed at providing an insight into the various career options in forensic sciences.  Speakers include a forensic pathologist, forensic toxicologist, a mortuary technician, a physician from clinical forensic medicine, and a representative from the […]

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Studying at Le Cordon Bleu


  Do you have a passion for cooking? Particularly French cuisine? Le Cordon Bleu, as a culinary arts school that offers courses at more than 29 international schools across 5 continents, and is attended by more than 20,000 students every year.  Students are taught by Master Chefs, of which the majority come from Michelin-starred restaurants or […]

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UHS VCE Expo Evening


Held in EBSS on Thursday 28th July 2016 from 4pm-5pm and 6pm-7pm. Parents and students are all welcome to come along and speak to staff from all Domains regarding the VCE subjects on offer at University High School in 2017, possible future pathways and careers.

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William Angliss Institute (WAI)


Quick Facts about William Angliss Institute (WAI) WAI has a two campuses Melbourne (city and Lilydale), 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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Monash Scholars Program


The Monash Scholars program helps high-achieving secondary school students develop and excel, both academically and personally.  Scholars explore and pinpoint their passions, develop a broad suite of study skills, and gain the confidence to make great course and career choices.  Through the program, they’ll build a personal network of peers and academics that will last […]

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Career as a Stunt Person


Certainly not a job many students enquire about, but one that occasionally does get a mention!  The Good Universities Guide defines a stunt performer as someone who undertakes dangerous or difficult acts for the purpose of entertainment, including replacing film actors in dangerous scenes*.   These might include activities such as high-speed car chases, or jumping […]

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Photographic Studies College (PSC)


Photography Studies College (Melbourne), is a leading contemporary tertiary photography college, located in Melbourne’s vibrant arts and cultural scene, only 5 minutes’ walk from Flinders St Station, close to a multitude of contemporary galleries and cafes.  As a leading Australian multi award winning photography educator with over 40 years of specialised experience our focus is […]

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Job Search & Work Workshop


Knox City Council Youth Services presents ‘A Different Take on Job Search and Work’ Workshop.  This workshop is free and available to young people aged 16 -25 years who live, work, study or have a connection to the City of Knox   The topics in the workshop include: * Resume Writing * Interview Skills * […]

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Forensic Medicine Career Information Session


The Institute of Forensic Medicine is running its first Career Information Session for 2016 on Wednesday 1 April.   The Career Information Sessions have been developed at the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine in response to the large number of enquiries they receive regarding Work Experience.  Due to the sensitive and confidential nature of the work […]

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Experience La Trobe Day 2016


Experience La Trobe is designed especially for Year 10, 11 and 12 students to get a taste of what it is like to be a university student for a day and get the inside scoop on what really happens after high school.  Students may participate in workshops of their choice, find out about student life […]

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