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Setting up for HSC Success (Year 11 & 12)

In 2024 we’re excited to be partnering with InspirationED to provide additional HSC support for Year 12 students. We invite Year 11 and 12 students and their families/carers to register and join us for our Setting up for HSC Success Webinar in March.

Embark on your HSC journey with confidence through our “Strategies for HSC Success” webinar, tailored for Year 11 and 12 students. Led by a Senior HSC Marker, this session delves into effective study techniques, exam hacks, and strategies for excelling in HSC assessment tasks. Whether you’re beginning your HSC preparations or seeking to enhance your performance, our webinar is your gateway to unlocking academic success with expert insights and practical advice.

Webinar details:

Setting up for HSC Success (Year 11 & 12)

Time: 7.00pm-8:30pm

Date: Wednesday 27th March

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Medicine Information Evening

Online | Tuesday, 12 March (6 – 7pm)

Are your Year 11 and 12 students interested in studying Medicine at UNSW? They can join our Medicine Information Evening to find out detailed information on the application and admissions process. Attendees will hear from our expert panel of academic staff and current students and get all of their UNSW Medicine questions answered.

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As technology advances and our world faces new challenges, Australia’s intelligence and cyber capabilities are increasingly important – and jobs in cyber security and tech are crucial to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all Australians.

We recently asked our audience some questions about careers in cyber security and signals intelligence, as well as the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD), who work in the foreign signals intelligence and cyber security space.

87% of respondents said they had never heard of the Australian Signals Directorate and 91% said they don’t know what the ASD do to protect Australians. However, 35% of people we asked said they would be interested in a career in cyber security or signals intelligence.

Additionally, 44% of people said that unique, challenging and rewarding work is the most important thing when choosing a career, more than a competitive salary (24%), broad career paths (11%) and getting real-world experience (21%). Working at ASD ticks all those boxes.

As the Australian Government’s cyber experts, ASD uses tech in unexpected ways to help ensure Australia’s national security. Whether it’s in foreign signals intelligence, cyber security or offensive cyber operations, a career at ASD provides so many opportunities for growth.

It’s an exciting, rewarding career path that makes a huge difference to the lives and security of Australians (even if we’re unaware of it).

ASD’s apprenticeship and cadetship programs provide amazing opportunities for school leavers to start their career with unique and meaningful work.

So, if your son is curious, imaginative and ready to take on any challenge, or has shown interest in IT, computing or cyber security, it’s worth talking to them about opportunities to start their career at ASD.

Applications are open now until 7 April 2024. You can learn more about ASD’s entry-level programs here.


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Upcoming Webinars

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Unlock your smile! | Wednesday 6 March 4–4.30pm

Your students can discover the exciting world of Oral Health and Dentistry with our experienced faculty team. Hear from them about the cutting-edge curriculum and world-class teaching facilities at Australia’s first dental school. This webinar is designed for year 11 and 12 students from all backgrounds in Australia and provides a unique opportunity to discover their potential for a rewarding career in Oral Health and Dentistry.

Studying science at Sydney | Wednesday 13 March 4–4:30pm

Are your students aspiring scientists keen to explore their tertiary study options? Encourage them to join our academic expert to learn about studying science in the vibrant scientific community at the University of Sydney. This session will cover the wide range of science major options, advanced study options, flexible and specialist degree pathways, research opportunities, industry engagement and exciting student life.

Day in the life of Sydney student | Wednesday 13 March 5–5:30pm

Are your students interested in what is it like to study at the University of Sydney? They can join us to discover first hand from a student what a day in the life of at Sydney looks like, learn about study load, clubs and societies, support offered, internships, work placement and so much more.

Upcoming Events & Engagements

Year 10-12 Info Nights | Tuesday 12 March – Tuesday 26 March

Your students can discover why the University of Sydney is the right place for them at our Information Nights for year 10 to 12 students held across Sydney.

They’ll have the chance to speak with current students and alumni from the area who have undertaken a variety of degrees from across the University and learn about admission requirements, entry schemes, pathways, fees, scholarships, financial assistance and support services from our expert staff and UAC representative.

Year 10 students joining us will take part in a separate interactive session that aims to help link personal interests and skills with careers and courses with a focus on selecting the right subjects for senior high school. Registration links for each event are here.

Sydney Royal Easter Show science stall | Friday 22 March – Tuesday 2 April

School tickets for the Sydney Royal Easter Show are now available. Come visit the University of Sydney stall at the Sydney Royal Easter Show! Hear about our heat-resistant crops, field drones and robotics, cattle wellbeing technology and more from our agricultural scientists! For keen high school students, chat to us about the best of both worlds agriculture study in Sydney and in our regional campuses. Join the show through the designated school days or see their website for more school engagement. For more information, visit here.

All Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students Welcome!

In 2024 the Indigenous Recruitment Team will have a variety of on campus and in school opportunities for Indigenous Students. If your school would like to be involved please get in touch with our team. For more information on our programs you can visit our website via this link 


We’re holding a Parent Information Session to keep parents in the know 

We’d love your help to keep parents and guardians informed about their child’s options when it comes to their studies after high school!

We’re holding a Parent Information Session soon to ensure parents are equipped with the knowledge to help support their child through their senior high school years. In this online session, we’ll cover accommodation options, scholarship information, campus life, support services plus our team will be there to answer any questions too.

This event is coming soon, we’ll keep you updated!

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Medicine Information Night is on soon  

Any students interested in a career in rural or regional medicine? Come to our online medicine information night and discover everything you need to know about our five-year undergraduate entry degree – the Doctor of Medicine.

Attendees will get to know our School of Rural Medicine team, have questions answered and hear from our current students about their experiences studying medicine.

Wednesday 20 March 2024, 6.00-7.30pm

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