Category Archives: Year 12 Information


Extension Studies at RMIT


RMIT University – Higher Education Studies RMIT’s Higher Education Studies in the VCE allows Year 12 students to undertake university subjects while completing their VCE. These courses are VCAA-accredited towards VCE results and students may be eligible for credit in a related RMIT program. Students will get a taste of university life, they attend lectures […]

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Extension Studies at Monash Uni


Monash University – Extension Studies Monash Extension Studies allows high achieving Year 12 students to get a taste of university before finishing school – and be rewarded for it. Students complete a pair of first year university subjects as part of their final year school studies, allowing them to extend and enhance their learning in […]

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Extension Studies at Latrobe Uni


La Trobe University – VCE Plus Program VCE Plus is an opportunity for high achieving VCE students to complete two first year university subjects and have them recognised as part of their VCE. Students enrolled in VCE Plus choose a pair of first year university subjects to study whilst completing Year 12 (one subject per […]

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Extension Studies at Deakin University


Deakin University – VCE Extension Studies VCE Extension Studies program offers students studying VCE Health and Human Development and VCE Psychology the opportunity to take on two university units and start their Deakin University experience sooner. The two university subjects are Health Practice & Research for students who have completed, or will studying concurrently, VCE […]

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Scholarships Resource


See link below for lots of other scholarship opportunities – also posted on COMPASS on 15/9/2015 http://unihighcareers.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Scholarships-Resource-Version-22016.docx    

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VTAC Year 12 – important dates


Reminder: VTAC 2015 Key Dates   Timely applications through VTAC Wednesday 30 September 2015 SEAS applications close Tuesday 6 October 2015 Scholarships through VTAC close Friday 16 October 2015 Also, students applying for courses that have extra requirements (i.e. submitting a folio, a pre-selection kit, arranging an interview, etc.) are reminded that failure to meet the […]

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Want a job in hospitality?


Junior Food & Beverage attendants Pastuso is Australia’s first Peruvian Restaurant, Cevicheria & Pisco Bar Immediate start Work in a buzzing Latin American restaurant Pastuso is recruiting for Junior Food and Beverage attendants with a drive to develop their skills and knowledge in a vibrant and energetic environment Are you looking to develop your career […]

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RMIT News


PATHWAYS – Like other universities, RMIT offers pathway programs to help you reach your study and career ideas. You can often transfer from one program to another, with recognition of your existing skills and knowledge. More information see: https://www.rmit.edu.au/study-with-us/applying-to-rmit/local-student-applications/pathways/recognised-pathways/ COMPUTER SCIENCE AND IT ANIMATION – Choosing the right computer science and IT degree depends on […]

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Deakin University


HEALTH SCIENCES AND PUBLIC HEALTH AND HEALTH PROMOTION – an information night is being held for these courses. When/Where: 4.30-6pm, Thurs 17 Sept, Melbourne Burwood campus; 4.30-6pm, Wed 16 Sept, Geelong Waterfront campus. Bookings: http://www.deakin.edu.au/health-social-development/short-courses/short-course-details/school-events/prospective-student-events. PATHWAYS TO DEAKIN – Deakin has several pathway options for those who do not obtain the required ATAR for the […]

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University of Melbourne


THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE – Many are aware that Melbourne operates on a different model from other Victorian universities. Students who study there start with a degree in either Agriculture, Arts, Biomedicine, Commerce, Environments, Fine Arts, Music, Oral health or Science. Once the initial degree is completed students can head into the workforce, do a […]

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