Careers News

Term 2 Week 8


How much does it cost to study at Uni? From UAC

Dreaming about attending university but worried about the cost? There are government loans, Equity Scholarships and other kinds of financial assistance to help you with the costs of study.

Western Sydney University Tours Beginning Soon

Western’s highly successful Campus Tours kick off on 17 June.

Students, their parents and families and general public can view state-of-the-art facilities and hear from current students and staff about courses and degrees Western offers. Visit here for dates and campus locations:

Western Sydney University – Open Day

Sunday 15 August, 2021

This is a chance to discover everything Western has to offer. Explore course presentations, meet academics and current students, visit HSC hub and find out all about Western’s early offer pathway, HSC True Reward. For details and to register your interest visit here:

UNSW’s Degrees & Scholarships Information Evenings

Tuesday, 15 June

Thursday, 17 June

This event shares what you need to know about applying for a UNSW degree as a Year 12 student.

Registrations are now open to Year 12s and parents for UNSW’s Degrees & Scholarships Information Evenings. Join us at our Kensington campus as we cover everything to know about finding the right degree for you at UNSW.

Macquarie University’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Entry Pathway (ASTIEP)

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Entry Pathway (ATSIEP) is run by Walanga Muru – Macquarie University. This admissions pathway provides opportunities for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students to study undergraduate level courses at Macquarie University and determines readiness for study or providing advice on alternative opportunities.

Applications are now open to commence study at Macquarie University in semester 1, 2022 (Note: interviews will commence from May 2021). Click here to apply now!

Bond University:  Year 12 early offers for 2022: How it works  

1. Complete Bond’s direct online application, submitting results from your Semester 1 Year 12 report, as well as your Semester 1 and 2 Year 11 reports.

2. Bond University will assess your application and high school grades against the minimum entry requirements for Bond’s undergraduate* and diploma programs.

3. If you meet the entry requirements, you receive an early offer that guarantees entry to Bond conditional on the completion of Year 12 and meeting any subject prerequisite requirements for your program.

4. When you successfully complete Year 12 and pass any prerequisite subjects, your offer becomes unconditional and you are officially a Bondy!

*Note: Bond’s Medical Program is excluded from these revised entry requirements.

CQ Post Year 12 Study Options Webinar

16 June. 4pm

Graduating high school and starting university is an exciting time for Year 12 students and we understand there is a lot of information needed to navigate this transition. Whether you’re a Parent or a student in Year 12, we’re here to help you get all the answers you need.

Join us at our Year 12 Parent Webinar where we will guide you through each step, and arm you with the information and resources you need. This webinar will give you a glimpse of what options students pursue after graduating Year 12 and provide helpful resources on making a career choice. You will also learn where to look for information on courses, entry requirements as well as detailed information about how to apply.

UTS Undergraduate Engineering & IT – on campus tours

Throughout the month of June the UTS Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology will be offering on-campus tours of our Engineering and Information Technology facilities.

Tour dates:

Thursday 3 June: 4.30pm – 6.30pm

Wednesday 16 June: 4.30pm – 6.30pm

Tuesday 22 June: 4.30pm – 6.30pm

Wednesday 30 June: 10.00am – 1.30pm

Check out the state-of-the-art UTS Engineering and IT building! Guided by one of our students, you will explore the facilities and study spaces that are available for engineering and IT students at UTS.

Experience ACU – Canberra

6 July 2021

9:30 am-1:00 pm

Join our free Experience ACU event. Tailored to your study area of interest, these sessions will give you an insight into life as a uni student.

While on campus, you can participate in hands-on workshops, meet staff and current students, and learn about industries and careers while soaking up the campus atmosphere

ACU – I am an elite athlete or performer

The Elite Athlete and Performer Program (EAPP) is designed to give students who are top sporting or artistic performers the tools they need to achieve balance across their active and academic lives.

The program comes with a range of benefits, including:

– adjustment factors to your entry score

– priority class allocation

– academic support and flexibility (deferred exams, extensions, special considerations)

– access to financial scholarships and competition/travel grants

– networking and career development opportunities

The program is administered annually, so all EAPP students need to reapply each year to maintain access throughout their study.

You can learn more by visiting elite athlete and performer support.

Elite athlete and performer support

UNSW Faculty of Engineering Admission Scheme

Keep an eye open on this one!

Undergraduate Alternate Admissions Pathways

At UNSW Engineering we strive for a better world, driven by our graduates who are passionate in creating solutions for humanity through their diverse perspectives.   

We know that things don’t always go to plan, and we recognise that your passion for Engineering and your performance in relevant subjects may not be reflected in your ATAR. We are pleased to offer you the Faculty of Engineering Admissions Scheme (FEAS) to give you the opportunity to demonstrate your passion for engineering and performance in relevant subjects to support your ATAR.   

FEAS is an alternative pathway for students who want to study at UNSW but don’t meet the Guaranteed Entry Rank (GE).You should apply for the Faculty of Engineering Admissions Scheme if you’re expecting an ATAR between 83.00 and 90.95 and want to study at UNSW. FEAS applies to most UNSW Engineering undergraduate programs, including our double degrees with a Guaranteed Entry Rank (GE) of 91. Students who are applying for the Bachelor of Food Science (Hons) program can submit a FEAS application with an ATAR of 80 and upwards.

UNSW Girls in Engineering Cybersecurity Workshop July 2021

When we think of security, most of us would automatically think about anything that locks. With the increased reliance on technology, cybersecurity is becoming a hot industry. Our GIE Club Cybersecurity workshop will be taking place in the second week of the winter school holidays, so fill out the Expression of Interest form below to receive an email when registrations open to make sure you don’t miss out!

University of Sydney – Become a Dalyell Scholar

23 June. 4pm

Our Dalyell Scholars stream gives high-achieving students access to a range of enrichment opportunities that will challenge you alongside your talented peers.
Join us online to learn about the exciting opportunities available to our Dalyell Scholars, including engaging in experiences that will enhance your academic abilities, develop leadership capabilities and expand your global network.

The University of Melbourne Webinar – Career Conversations: Psychology

8 June. 4pm – 5pm

Join Dr Simon Cropper, Graduate Diploma in Psychology Course Coordinator, as he guides you through what psychology looks like today (we’ll give you a hint – it’s more than just clinical psychology) and the many options that are available to students who are fascinated by psychology. We hope this webinar will help you choose the pathway that is right for you. Simon loves taking questions from the audience, so there will be opportunity for a Q and A.

This webinar will discuss opportunities for graduate study. If you are interested in undergraduate study, please see information about our undergraduate degrees.


TAFE NSW – TAFE NSW Degrees Scholarships Program

2022 TAFE NSW is excited to announce the launch of its inaugural Degrees Scholarship Program for 2022! Five generous scholarships are on offer for students who will commence studying their bachelor degree next year. Application dates and further details will be released soon.  Register your interest to be the first to hear :

Secure the future with a TAFE NSW Bachelor of IT Degree (Network Security)

The rise of cybercrime has created an unprecedented demand for professionals who can secure and monitor IT systems and protect personal and organisational privacy in cyberspace. The Bachelor of Information Technology (Network Security) will allow you to develop your skills in communication, problem solving and critical thinking.

This degree prepares students to sit for recognised industry certifications (such as CISCO, CCNA, and CCNP).

Alternatively, you can complete a Diploma of Information Technology by completing all first year subjects in the degree.

NSW Fashion Design Studio TAFE

With a list of alumni that reads like a ‘who’s who’ of Australian fashion, the TAFE NSW Fashion Design Studio (FDS) in Ultimo is a “fashion school of excellence.” Consistently ranked in the top 20 fashion design schools worldwide*, FDS has over 60 years of creating fashion design excellence.

FDS also has established partnerships with International Design Institutes in India, United Kingdom, The Netherlands, Hong Kong, Sweden and the United States that allow final year students the opportunity to complete a fourth year overseas and gain an international degree.

No matter what area of fashion you want to be involved in – be it design, couture, tailoring, patternmaking and construction, styling or media – FDS gives you the skills, experience and exposure you need to be a cut above.

Culinary Apprentice Mentor Program

HTN have successfully employed, mentored and supported more than 12,000 apprentice chefs to date so we are very well positioned to provide a proven, specialist mentoring service to apprentice chefs employed across NSW and the ACT. This will be experienced Chef Mentors providing onsite support and industry advice to apprentice chefs in order to improve the apprenticeship completion rates associated with the hospitality industry. CALL 1300 139 108.


AIE Open Day

15 August

Discover the courses designed to get you started in game development, 3D animation, film and visual effects at the AIE Open Day on Sun 15th August, 2021. AIE will be running this event on campus and online.

AIE Campuses in Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Canberra will be open for you to check out the facilities, meet our teachers and see our student work. We will also be holding a livestream of our Open Day for prospective students interested in studying online.

We will be covering everything you need to know about the:

– careers in games and VFX that we train students for;

– studios and industries that we work with;

– courses we offer – from beginners to professional mastery, and;

– the software, skills and knowledge we teach.

AIE’s Open Day will also include presentations on entry requirements and how to apply. Find out how AIE can get you into a creative career.

Short Courses Le Cordon Bleu Sydney

Le Cordon Bleu Australia offers a range of one and two day culinary discoveries for those with a passion for the art of cooking. These culinary workshops give home cooks, aspiring chefs and food enthusiasts hands-on opportunities to learn the techniques and skills to create professional dishes in the home environment.
Le Cordon Bleu Gourmet Short Courses are non-accredited / non-award courses. These are not CRICOS registered courses and cannot be offered to an international student on a student visa. Participants receive a Certificate of Participation from Le Cordon Bleu CordonTec.

Le Cordon Bleu High School Residential

6 to 8 July

We’re opening our doors to high school students in Years 11 & 12, to experience a ‘day in the life’ at one of the world’s leading culinary and hospitality institutions to provide a taste of what a future career in global hospitality will be like.

Meet lecturers and Le Cordon Bleu professionals, hear from industry experts, discover what Le Cordon Bleu hospitality management degree programmes involve and experience hands-on culinary arts with our chefs.

Inquire now about this residential designed to take your passion for hospitality, gastronomy and management to the next level …and join us at Le Cordon Bleu Sydney!


Physical Aptitude TestFireFit Training Guide from NSW Fire and Rescue

As firefighters, we put life first and we train to get it right.

Firefighting is a physically demanding occupation. Tasks include carrying heavy loads including personal protective equipment, handling temperature extremes, variable terrains and confined spaces, all of which impose unique physical and physiological demands upon firefighters.

The FireFit Training Guide is based on an eight to 12-week program, depending on each individual’s fitness level, and is available to help eligible candidates prepare for the Fire and Rescue NSW Physical Aptitude Test (PAT)*.

We have created a series of exercise focused videos called “Train Like a Firefighter” that will show you how each exercise relates to the physical demands required of firefighters.

Eligibility Quiz for the NSW Police Force

Take the quiz to see if you may be eligible to commence an application to the NSW Police Force.

AFP Recruitment Public Group Facebook

If you are keen to join the Australian Federal Police Force, join this group and keep an eye on developments here.

Careers in the Thoroughbred Industry

Wanting to pursue a rewarding career with thoroughbreds? Watch this very useful video.

UN Youth – Junior Leadership Weekend Registrations for 2021 Express Your Interest

September 2021
Sydney Academy of Sports and Recreation, Narrabeen

If you are interested in Junior Leadership Weekend 2021, please complete the Expression of Interest Form.

Are you in Years 7 – 8 and passionate about making change in your community? Come to Junior Leadership Weekend 2021!

In September 2021, more than 100 students from across NSW will come together to take part in Junior Leadership Weekend. You will learn about leadership, diplomacy and advocacy in the context of a yet to be revealed theme of international importance. You will form connections and friendships with a diverse array of students and work with them to deliver change in your local communities, and beyond.