Careers University News
17.08.18
Important dates and events at Universities

Macquarie University Students and Parents Night

Wednesday 5 September at Brisbane Water Secondary College Woy Woy Campus.

The night will officially begin at 5.30 pm (please arrive at 5.15 pm to be seated).  There will be a presentation followed by perusal of information stands on each area of study and the opportunity for individual advice.

Order of proceedings

5:15 pm – Guests start to arrive

5:30 pm – Guests seated

5:40 pm –  Presentations begin

6:15 pm – Official presentations conclude and advising begins

7:00 pm – Evening concludes

Free event but registration essential.

Click here to register


Maximise Your ATAR

Enrol now in Sydney University HSC preparation courses see the link below

 


Macquarie University Global Leadership Entry Program

Macquarie’s students are global citizens, deeply engaged with the world and the big issues shaping the future of society. Our Global Leadership Entry Program (GLEP) supports and inspires global leaders of tomorrow.

If you’ve already made a head start – kicking goals at school and making a positive change in your community through leadership and service – then apply for GLEP to be eligible for an early offer for your dream course .

We look for students who have made an active and significant contribution to society at large, who show initiative and commitment.  Click here for more information.


Business or Law Future Students at ACU – Strathfield Open Day

8 September 9.00 am-2.00 pm

Students seeking early entry into a 2019 business or law degree at ACU, including double degrees, can apply now for the Passion for Business (P4B) or Passion for Law (P4L) programs. Online applications should include a 200-300-word submission on why you are passionate about Business or Law, and your aspirations for a career in the field.

ACU – Passion for Business     OR     ACU – Passion for Law


ATARs for 14 Health Courses Around the Country

We all know how much time students can spend looking up ATAR information online. That’s why My Health Career has created a listing of ATARs for every course around Australia for 14 health professions. Follow the link to find out what the ATARs are for everything from physiotherapy to optometry, nursing to dietetics.

My Health Career Website


Impact – ACU’s New Content Hub Now Available

Filled with information including research reports, academic papers and case studies, ACU’s new Impact content hub is a free online resource covering topics as diverse as career advice, world events, lifestyle, study, topical issues and advice for anyone considering academic study.

ACU Impact Hub


Apply Now for MIT Business or IT

Applications now open for 2019. All HSC students must apply through UAC. Entry Requirement: successful completion of the HSC. Bachelor of Business (Major in Accounting, Management or Marketing) UAC Code 570110. Bachelor of Networking UAC Code 570130. For more information contact Bridget at MIT Sydney – bspinks@mit.edu.au or 8267 1451.

 


The Big Meet 2019 – Save The Date

29 March 2019 – 11.00 am to 2.00 pm    Darling Harbour

Every year Australia’s leading employers travel the country looking for high quality graduates and undergraduates. The Big Meet is your opportunity to meet up to 100 of these organisations in one day and in one location. These organisations are offering a range of options including graduate employment, voluntary work, gap years, international internships, vacation work, postgraduate education, teaching, travel and overseas opportunities. Whatever your interests, The Big Meet has something that will meet your needs.

The Big Meet


Bachelor of Information and Communication Technologies (Health Information Management) BICT(HIM)

The increase in electronic health records requires accurate and efficient capture, maintenance, security and reporting of health data. The BICT(HIM) course will provide the knowledge and skills required to build software and undertake roles related to classification, coding and management of health information in healthcare setting. Course Contact: Anupama Ginige: j.ginige@westernsydney.edu.au


Macquarie University –STEM Boot Camp – NSW

Register by 28 September

8 October. 10.00 am to 7.00 pm – Australian Hearing Hub, Macquarie University, NSW

Are you a Year 9 or 10 school student who has a passion for Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM)? Do you want to tackle the challenges we face as humans and make a difference to society?

Stem Boot Camp


Anthropology Day

RSVP: 3 September

13 September,  10.00 am to 12.30 pm – 280 Pitt Street, Sydney

Students can explore career paths with anthropology, compare undergraduate courses at all the university stalls, gain tips on university admission and interact with students who are currently studying anthropology.

Anthropology Day


Study Medicine – New free trial feature added. You can now use and see Study Medicine in action.

Use Study Medicine to review Macquarie University’s medical degree and compare its paths to medicine with ANU. Study Medicine’s visual format, detailed degree information, degree application process commentary and unique Comparator helps students optimise their chance to be accepted into medicine. Facebook , Twitter or email Jennifer: admin@studymedicine.com.au

Study Medicine


Virtual Visits – Mathematics Careers

Have a University of Sydney mathematics researcher take over your classroom digitally for an hour! The Virtual Visit includes an overview of the career pathway of a mathematics researcher, open Q&A session and fun hands-on puzzles. It is a free program! For more information or to register a class, please visit:

University of Sydney Virtual Visit


Indigenous Early Entry Scheme – University of Newcastle

17 September

The University of Newcastle Law School is offering Indigenous students the opportunity to gain early entry to our Law degree. Recognising the need to increase the representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the Australian legal profession and allied fields, Newcastle Law School is inviting Indigenous students currently preparing for their Higher School Certificate to apply for entry to the Bachelor of Laws (Honours) Combined for 2019.

Not only will students receive early entry into this degree, they will have access to:

  • A guaranteed place in University Accommodation at the Callaghan Campus
  • A pre-law orientation program
  • A mentoring scheme pairing new Indigenous students with more senior Indigenous students and legal practitioners
  • Support services available via the Wollotuka Institute

Applicants must remember to also apply through UAC.

Newcastle University Indigenous Law Early Entry Scheme