Careers News – HSC Subject Upcoming Events
10.09.18
HSC Subjects  (Key Learning Areas)

CAPA

Dance, Drama, Music, Visual Arts

Creative Careers in IT and Design Information Night

26 September between  5.30 pm to 7.30 pm – Level 2, 7 Kelly Street, Ultimo

Come along and learn about the exciting career opportunities within design, animation, film, games and IT. Join us and book today at:

https://www.ait.edu.au/information-night

NIDA Applications

Closing 30 September

Thinking about a career in the performing arts? The National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) is accepting applications for the 2019 intake to its world-class higher education performing arts courses. There are greater opportunities than ever before for a career in creative industries with VET Diplomas, Bachelor and Masters degrees.

https://apply.nida.edu.au/

AFTRS Bachelor of Arts Screen

Applications close 12 November

The Australian Film Television and Radio School’s Bachelor of Arts Screen: Production is designed for students with a passion for storytelling and a commitment to a career in the screen industries. Students will become mutli-skilled screen storytellers with skills in all creative roles. More:

https://www.aftrs.edu.au/award-course/bachelor-of-arts-screen-production/


JMC Creative Industries High School Workshops

October School Holidays – 561 Harris Street, Ultimo

JMC Sydney will be holding 6 Introductory Workshops. These High School Workshops are inspired by JMC’s creative courses. Tickets are now available and 2 of the workshops have already sold out! Workshops are for High School students in years 9-12 and are $50 (including lunch).

https://www.jmcacademy.edu.au/events/upcomingworkshops

Maths

Introduction to Actuarial Science

The Australian National University is running a special version of its popular Introduction to Actuarial Science course for Year 11/12 students in Australia from Term 4 2018 to Term 1 2019. The course is a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) and is free for all students. For more information:

https://www.edx.org/course/introduction-actuarial-science-anux-anu-actuarialx-1

PDHPE

Community and Family Studies, PDHPE

Endeavour College of Natural Health – Webinar – Studying Online

20 September 2.00 pm – Online

Tune in as current Acupuncture student Jess shares her experience with studying online at Endeavour College of Natural Health.

https://www.endeavour.edu.au/events/21186

Science

Senior Science, Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Environmental Science, Physics

 New Biomedical Science Degree 

Students in the Bachelor of Biomedical Science will now be able to tailor their degree towards a specialisation by completing a Sub Major in their final year. Options include Cellular Pathology, Microbiology and Host Responses or Biochemistry and Molecular Diagnostic. See our updated course guide:

https://www.uts.edu.au/sites/default/files/2018-08/uts-science-ug-course-guide-2019-version2.pdf

Study Medicine – Free Trial

A new free trial feature has been added to Study Medicine. See how medical degree and degrees leading to medicine are structured and compare degrees to maximise your chance of becoming a doctor using Macquarie University as an example:

https://www.studymedicine.com.au/

See also the latest listing of deadlines (September) for all medical programs in Australia:

https://www.studymedicine.com.au/deadlines/

You can find Study Medicine on Twitter, Facebook or email: admin@studymedicine.com.au

HSIE

Aboriginal Studies, Ancient History, Business Studies, Economics, Geography, Legal Studies, Modern History , Society and Culture, Studies of Religion

 UTS Bachelor of Accounting Scholarship Program

19 October

Closing date for the 2019 intake for the UTS Bachelor of Accounting Cooperative Scholarship Program. More information, email carin.alberts@uts.edu.au . Online applications at:

https://www.uts.edu.au/future-students/business/business-courses/undergraduate-programs/bachelor-accounting

Introduction to Actuarial Science

The Australian National University is running a special version of its popular Introduction to Actuarial Science course for Year 11/12 students in Australia from Term 4 2018 to Term 1 2019. The course is a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) and is free for all students. For more information:

https://www.edx.org/course/introduction-actuarial-science-anux-anu-actuarialx-1

Career Edge at TOP – Business and Law

At Top Education Institute (TOP), we encourage our students to participate in work placements during the course of their study with us. After completion of their studies with us, our students will be in a position that will enable them to be better equipped and stand out in today’s highly competitive job environment. Want to know more about our programs? Contact us! 9209 4888. E: info@top.edu.au

TAS

Agriculture, Design and Technology, Engineering Studies, Food Technology, Industrial Technology, Information Processes Technology and Technology, Software Design and Development, Textiles and Design

 CyberTaipan – Australia’s Youth Cyber Defence Challenge

CyberTaipan is open to anyone in years 7-12 with an interest in cyber, defence, puzzles and code breaking. CyberTaipan is a national high-school aged cyber defence competition. Teams compete in online rounds for the top placement within their state or territory and the chance to compete in the National Finals Competition in March 2019. Information and registration at

https://www.austcyber.com/cybertaipan/

Conservation Volunteers

Do you love the outdoors? Do you care about our natural environment? Join us as a volunteer on any of our hundreds of conservation projects Australia wide. Anyone can get involved. You don’t need any prior skills or experience, just a reasonable level of health and fitness. Here is what is happening in NSW.

Bookings.conservation volunteers.