'ASPIRE' Early Entry Scheme from La Trobe
- Aspire applications are open and available for applications via the La Trobe website
- The Aspire webpage has been updated to help you navigate through the page more efficiently
- Aspire application has also been updated with a 'save and exit' option for students and greater user experience
- Aspire Webinars will be available for students each month during the application cycle with the first session happening on 11 of May (updated regularly on the La Trobe webpage)
- Applications close on 31st August 2020
UNE Guaranteed Offer / Early Entry Scheme
The University of New England will guarantee Year 12 students an offer to start university in 2021 based in part on the School’s recommendation and other criteria.
Richmond Institute of Sports Leasership
Richmond Institute of Sports Leadership with Swinburne University is a unique program aimed at developing the next generation of leaders within the sports industry. To find out more, click here.
Your Fed Future - Federation University
Everyone’s career pathway is different. Whether you don’t achieve the ATAR you were hoping for, or you’re returning to study for a career change, join us to learn which pathway options suit you, including TAFE courses available and several fast track options for gaining entry into university degrees. Also hear from a current student about their transition from TAFE to university.
This week: Your Pathway - Your Future
13th May, 6 pm to 6.30 pm
Details and Registration here.
Destination Monash 2021
During these challenging and changing times, we have developed Destination Monash 2021 as a resource to help you navigate towards studying at Monash and your dream career.
As new information becomes available, we’ll be here to answer your questions and assist you to explore your options. Destination Monash 2021 will be the place you can come back to for updates, support, advice and event information throughout the year.
Monash University Year 10 Guide
It’s an exciting time in your life as you enter the final years of secondary school and start to consider what your future might look like. At Monash, we’re here to help. We can offer you quality teaching, fantastic facilities and great career outcomes. As well as studying your course of choice, you’ll have opportunities to enhance your learning experience through studying abroad, getting involved in clubs and societies, or completing work placements as part of your studies. There’s so much we can offer you – let’s get started
VTAC DatesThe VCAA has confirmed that VCE results will be released to students on Wednesday 30 December at 7am. The ATAR will be released to students at the same time: 7am, Wednesday 30 December 2020.
The release of VCE results and ATAR before the end of this year provides students with a substantial opportunity to change their preferences while allowing VTAC to provide January offers on a similar schedule to previous years.
After the release of results at 7am on Wednesday 30 December, students will have until 12pm, Monday 4 January to finalise their preferences prior to the January round. Offers will be released to students on Thursday 14 January.
To provide further opportunities to students, the first February round of offers has been moved to the first day of the month. Students who wish to change their preferences after the January offer round can do so until 12pm, Thursday 21 January, and offers in this round will be released on Monday 1 February.
Monash University Year 10 Guide
It’s an exciting time in your life as you enter the final years of secondary school and start to consider what your future might look like. At Monash, we’re here to help. We can offer you quality teaching, fantastic facilities and great career outcomes. As well as studying your course of choice, you’ll have opportunities to enhance your learning experience through studying abroad, getting involved in clubs and societies, or completing work placements as part of your studies. There’s so much we can offer you – let’s get started.
Learn all about Surveying online with RMIT University
One hour, one workshop, and one more chance to learn about surveying and its study options!
The RMIT Experience Surveying Day has been running monthly for a number of years now. With the COVID-19 pandemic keeping teachers, students and university staff indoors, the RMIT team have redeveloped their workshop. The class is ready to stream online, so students can participate from any location.
This online class is held from 2pm-3pm AEDT on the last Tuesday of each month, and is ideal for students in years 10, 11 or 12 who love maths, geography, STEM subjects and the outdoors. It breaks down the ins and outs of surveying technology and study pathways.
The next workshop is on Tuesday May 26th at 2pm and students can register for a free spot in the workshop now. Click below to learn how...
RMIT Events Online
Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions, many RMIT events have been postponed, cancelled or moved online.
COVID-19 and VTAC Arrangements for 2020
This is the link: http://vtac.edu.au/update-covid-19
Accept no substitutes!