Year 11 and 12
If Year 11 students wish to discuss career options they are welcome to book an interview with Careers on the interview sheet outside the Careers Office.
Please book in for a compulsory Careers Interview to discuss career pathways after Year 12. Make a booking on the Careers Interview Sheet outside of the Careers Office. Compulsory Careers Interviews will be scheduled on Compass if students have not already booked one.
Work Experience for Year 10’s will be held from Monday 24 June to Friday 28 June, 2019. Students need to explore websites and talk to family and friends of family about opportunities to do work experience.
Students are required to have secured a placement and return their Work Experience Forms to Careers Office by 1 April, 2019. Students will look at work experience options during Pathways classes. Students are welcome to come to the Careers Office to discuss Work Experience options.
15 June 2019 | NIDA, Kensington
From backstage tours to alumni and course talks, free shows, NIDA Open classes and more, we have a jam-packed schedule of events to showcase everything that makes NIDA one of the top 10 drama schools in the world (2018 Hollywood Reporter ranking)!
Find out more – https://www.nida.edu.au/courses/open-day
We know that choosing a university is a big decision. Get all your questions answered at our information evening and save yourself the trip to Melbourne.
Hear everything you need to know about life at Monash. We’ll tell you all about our undergraduate courses, accommodation, scholarships and student life. Hear from a current student or graduate about where their Monash degree has led them.
Tuesday 19 March – Mildura, VIC
Tuesday 14 May – Bendigo, VIC
Wednesday 15 May – Shepparton, VIC
Tuesday 18 June – Ballarat, VIC
Thursday 15 August – Monash Peninsula campus, VIC
Tuesday 20 August – Sale, VIC
Wednesday 21 August – Metro South, Narre Warren, VIC
Wednesday 28 August – Webinar
Monday 2 September – Metro North, Preston, VIC
Wednesday 11 September – Metro East, Box Hill, VIC
Thursday 12 September – Metro West, Laverton, VIC
What can you find out about?
- Our ten diverse study and discipline areas
- Undergraduate course types, such as our comprehensive and specialist courses, double degrees and pathway programs
- International opportunities including study abroad and overseas tours
- How to apply – everything need to know about VTAC, key dates and deadlines
- Scholarships and fees
- SEAS and the Monash Guarantee
- Accommodation options, both on and off campus
If you’re interested in or have questions about a graduate degree, please contact us on 1800 MONASH (1800 666 274).
Saturday, 6 April | 1pm-3pm | Melbourne South East
Sunday 14 April | 1pm-3pm | Ballarat
Get into Med: first steps to becoming a doctor!
Medical school admission is becoming an increasingly difficult task.
The number of medical school places has doubled in Australia and New Zealand over the past 15 years, but as supply has increased, so has demand. As more students become aware of the exciting career prospects of a medical practitioner, medical school competitiveness becomes stronger and stronger.
To obtain the ever-elusive medical school place, students must be well-informed of their personal, philosophical and professional reasons for pursuing medicine.
Get into Med: first steps to becoming a doctor will deep-dive into the world of medical school admissions.
Workshops and Courses
Develop and extend your acting skills within a highly motivated group. Work with industry experts and NIDA tutors in an intensive Residency course exploring core acting techniques and their application to a variety of material.
Week 1: Monday 8 July to Friday 12 July, 10:00am–5:00pm
Week 2: Monday 15 July to Friday 19 July, 10:00am–5:00pm
Application fee: $123.50
Early bird fee: $1,111.50 (includes $123.50 application fee)
Full fee: $1,235 (includes $123.50 application fee)
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