RMIT - Discover What's Next Webinar Series
RMIT University will be hosting a series of Discover What’s Next webinars aimed at providing students and parents with information on the wide range of study areas at the university. Students will have the opportunity to ask questions to RMIT staff and students about the courses they might be interested in. The webinars will take place from 9 June – 30 July 2020 and commence at 6.00pm, and students can register for as many as they wish.
The webinars are -
All You need to know about RMIT Tuesday 9 June Register Art, Design, and Architecture Thursday 11 June Register Communications, Journalism, and Media Thursday 18 June Register Business and Law Tuesday 23 June Register Engineering Thursday 25 June Register Flight Training and Aviation Tuesday 30 June Register Science Thursday 2 July Register Computer Science and Information Technology Thursday 9 July Register Fashion Thursday 16 July Register Health and Biomedical Sciences Thursday 23 July Register Education and Social Sciences Tuesday 28 July Register Property, Building and Construction Thursday 30 July Register
ACU - Talk with Industry Specialists
Talk with Industry events, a series of webinar panel discussions featuring ACU graduates across a range of different professions. Get helpful advice and find out what it is really like to work in your area of interest. Students are encouraged to join the webinars to:
• hear from ACU graduates about their work experiences
• get tips and advice for pursuing a career in an area of interest
Business and IT Professionals 2 June - 5pm Register Lawyers 3 June - 5pm Register Occupational Therapists and Speech Pathologists 17 June 5pm Register Exercise Science and Physiotherapists 1 June - 6pm Register Arts Graduates 18 August - 5pm Register Nurses, Midwives and Paramedics 17 September - 6pm Register Teachers 30 September - 6pm Register
La Trobe Aspire Program for Year 12
Aspire Applications now open
Applications open - 20 April 2020
Applications close - 31 August 2020
Conditional offers released - Mid September
We have detailed information below regarding Aspire - however if you would like assistance with your application please contact the Careers Team.
What is Aspire?
The Aspire Program admission criteria considers details of your community engagement or volunteerism.
You’re required to provide information about the length and frequency of your community service or volunteering experience, as well as a total 400-word description of your involvement and impact.
Your application should respond to the following admission criteria:
- Indicate the length of time involved in community engagement and/or volunteering.
- Indicate the frequency of involvement in community engagement and/or volunteering.
- A 200-word description of your involvement in community service and/or volunteerism.
- Describe how you’ve been involved in community service/volunteerism.
- A 200-word description of the impact of your community service and/or volunteerism.
- Describe the impact of your community service and/or volunteerism in the community, including (but not limited to) individuals and groups.
- Describe how your community service and/or volunteerism has impacted your personal development including your own learning and skill development.
The written section of the application should be no more than 400 words.
This sample Aspire application [DOC 12.5KB] provides insight into what constitutes a good application.
ACU - Community Achiever Program for Year 12
Have you volunteered in a sporting or cultural group, parish or community service activity? ACU's Community Achiever Program is designed to acknowledge commitment to local communities.
Regular volunteer work in your community - through a social justice organisation, sporting, performance, cultural or religious group - may be rewarded through the Community Achievers' Program with entry into an undergraduate degree at ACU with reduced minimum entry scores.
A successful application means you could receive an offer as early mid October to study at ACU.
Who can apply?
Anyone applying for a Bachelor degree at ACU with a history of regular voluntary experience in the designated categories. Remember: the experience must have been voluntary, so ACU will not consider community involvement undertaken as part of your schoolwork, work experience or paid employment.
- Open - 10am 1 May 2020
- Close - Midnight 12 August July 2020
- Offers will be released mid October 2020
Tax File Numbers
Most students need a tax file number (TFN). This is essential for their employment, deferring university fees or applying for Centrelink benefits.
View a short video about applying for your TFN.
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