UOW Information Evenings - Future Student Events
Albury NSW Monday, 1 April 6pm
Wagga Wagga 1 April 6pm
Sutherland 2 April 6pm
Liverpool 4 April 6pm
Wollongong 9 April 6pm
Kogarah 1 May 6pm
Griffith 1 May 6pm
Campbelltown 6 May 6pm
Dubbo 7 May 6pm
Orange 8 May 6pm
Mossvale 14 May 6pm
Canberra 14 May 6pm
Bega 21 May 6pm
Batemans Bay 22 May 6pm
Nowra 22 May 6pm
Loftus 22 May 6pm
The University of Wollongong regularly holds and attends information sessions for prospective undergraduate and postgraduate students. These events are designed to give you the information you need about choosing courses and studying at UOW.
Click here for more information and to reserve a seat.
University of New England Open Day
Students will gain an insight into all aspects of UNE including academic, cultural, sporting and residential life. It's an action packed day with many activities, entertainment, giveaways and demonstrations. Students will have the opportunity to explore degree options that may be of interest to them, meet the lecturers and get a feel for campus life. Some of the activities.
QILT - Australian Universities Compared
Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) website compares Australian universities based on their graduate job prospects ,student satisfaction and retention rates. Thinking about higher education institutions and study areas? Wish you could ask someone about their experience? With QILT, you can do side by side comparisons of the quality of the higher education institutions and the study areas that you’re interested in.
SCU Star Early Offer Program 2020
- Applications open - 1 May 2019
- Applications close - 13 September 2019
- School recommendations close - 27 September 2019
This program allows you to gain an offer into the Southern Cross University course of your choice, based on your high school grades and your school principal’s recommendation. This means that STAR does not take your ATAR/OP into consideration. It’s free to apply through STAR and it’s a simple online application.
UNSW Degrees and Scholarships Info Evening
11 June, 13 June, 20 June
At UNSW Sydney, we know that choosing what to study at university can be a complex decision. That’s why we’re holding the UNSW Degree and Scholarships Information Evening.
UNSW Art and Design Information Evening
This event will focus on our Faculty of Art & Design, hosted at our specialist Paddington Campus. It’s a chance for you and your parents to gain an insight into life as a creative student and what it means to be a practicing contemporary artist, designer, media creator or arts worker in today’s global economy.
Experience UNSW Business Day
21 May. 9.30am to 3.30pm
For Year 11 students
Experience a day in the life of a UNSW Business School Student at Experience Business Day.
Students will take part in interactive business workshops, hear from our current students and get a taste of what life is like at one of Australia's leading business schools.
UTS STEM Day
25 June and 21 November
Years 9 to 12
Take part in hands-on workshops, talks and panel discussions with people in STEM industries. Learn all about study and career options in STEM. This program is free and is for students in years 9–12.
Please register your interest for our STEM Day:
UTS Girls in STEM Day
29 May and 10 October
This one day event provides an opportunity for female students to participate in a range of hands-on activities plus they get an inside look at life as a female student/professional in the engineering and IT industry. Visit the Women in Engineering and IT website for more details.
University of Notre Dame Early Offer Program for 2020
If you will be in Year 12 in 2019, register here to receive the information and application form for the Early Offer Program for 2020. Are you a high-achieving Year 12 student who wants to study at a leading Australian university? Do you want to get a head start on your future? If so, you may be the ideal candidate for Notre Dame’s Early Offer Program. This exclusive program is open to Year 12 students who have demonstrated academic excellence and/or are making a significant contribution to their school or community.
Such an offer means that you can sit your Year 12 exams with added confidence and reduced stress – it’s also a great way for schools to acknowledge their outstanding students.
Phone: 02 8204 4404 . Email: [email protected]
Applications open: 4 March 2019
Applications close: 15 May 2019
Open to Year 12 students who wish to pursue a business career. Cadets combine university study with paid work at UBS, a top-ranking global bank.
Program Director: Alister Wilkinson. Contact: [email protected]
Engineering &Technology Cadetships (ETCAD)
Applications open: 29 April 2019
Applications close: 21 June 2019
For Year 12 students who would like to pursue a career in Engineering and/or Technology. Cadets are placed at Cubic Transportation Systems, a global leader in transport payment and traffic management systems.
Program Director: Alister Wilkinson. Contact: [email protected]
Charles Sturt University Courses Offered Online
Study when and where you like with a flexible online degree from Charles Sturt University (CSU).
Whether you’re balancing work, family or just life in general, we understand that study isn’t your only commitment. CSU’s online courses have been developed to fit into your busy lifestyle. And our tailored support is there when you need it. Choose from over 300 courses from one of Australia’s most experienced online universities.
Meet University of Melbourne for Interstate Future Students
This event is specifically designed to give you a better insight into the Melbourne experience for interstate students.
The day will cover application processes, scholarships, student services, accommodation options and financial assistance. Participants will have an opportunity to ask current University of Melbourne students who have come from interstate about their experience and how they managed the transition.
Maxima Indigenous Traineeships and Apprenticeships
An amazing and comprehensive site to support indigenous youth into employment, training, apprenticeships and traineeships. Call for more information to:1300 669 859
Steps to Becoming an Australian Apprentice
Apprenticeships are a great way to earn money while learning a trade! Getting started in an apprenticeship can seem a little daunting, but it can be broken down into four easy-to-understand steps. Research; Preparation; Job Hunting and Sign-up. If you would like to learn more about each step, plus heaps more useful information, visit
Sarina Russo Apprenticeships
Want an apprenticeship? Register to view the job board. Incentives and allowances for apprentices also explained.
Vantage Automotive Apprenticeships
Mechanic, Auto electrician, parts, body repair and painting.
As a leading training provider for the retail motor industry, Vantage Automotive's Apprentice Learning Division offers an unrivalled range of motor industry qualifications.
NSW Apprenticeships See Growth
It’s interesting to note apprenticeships in New South Wales increased by 1,394, that’s 3 percent. The biggest shifts were in the traditional trades - Automotive up by 3 percent, Building and Construction by 2 percent and huge growth in Utilities and Electro-Technology at 8 percent. Visit:
WPC Group - Apprenticeships & Traineeships
Automotive, Hospitality, Business, Carpentry Electrical, Fitter Welder, Horticulture
WPC Group not for profit specialises in Apprenticeships & Traineeships. We discuss apprenticeships and traineeships with students, and can assist with mock interviews, resume writing and preparing students for the workforce. Today, we employ and train more than 650 apprentices and trainees through national programs.
Why Owen Chose a Trade Apprenticeship
Owen Isedale started his trade apprenticeship at school. He’s now a carpenter who loves his work and has plans for his own business. With skilled workers in-demand across NSW and fee-free apprenticeships available, there’s never been a better time to do a trade. Read Owen’s story and see how VET opens doors to opportunity in the construction and infrastructure industry
NIDA Work Experience 2019
Apply by 30 March
NIDA offers courses in a wide variety of professions that are involved in the theatre, film and TV.
Our work experience program offers interested year 10 and 11 students the chance to spend a week with us at NIDA to observe and, where possible, participate in classes.
Our programs will not only give you a taste of what it’s like to study at NIDA but also an opportunity to see what skills and tasks the career you are thinking about involves.
Blue Mountains Hotel Career Focus Days
- July 16-18
- November 12-14
- November 26-28
CFD is a 3-day residential program for students considering a career in the hospitality industry, designed for those aged 16 and over. This program gives prospective students insight into what it’s really like to study at BMIHMS and is held at both our Practical Learning Centre (Leura Campus) and Executive Business Centre (Sydney Campus).
Australian Theatre for Young People - School Holiday Program
15 to 18 April - Burn the Seats - Escape rooms
Choose your own adventure and live action role playing! Increasingly audiences love to be physically involved in the story and become the focus of the action.
23 and 24 April - Year 9 to 12 Monologue Technique - Learn all this and more and sharpen up your monologue before your next audition or performance. Perfect for participants getting ready for their IP performances this year.
Flight Centre Travel Academy - Diploma and Short Courses Info Sessions
Register to be notified about forthcoming information sessions below. Our Information Sessions have been designed to give you all of the information you need to get started on your study journey with us. At these sessions, you can find out more detail about our courses, check out our campus facilities and meet with our facilitation team. It's our business to prepare you with the knowledge and skills you need to succeed in the travel and tourism industry.
The Australian College of Physical Education Campus Tours
Health, Sport, Dance
Tuesday and Thursday's every week.
10 Parkview Drive, Sydney Olympic Park
We’d love to show you around our purpose-built campus in the heart of the Sydney Olympic Park. Tours run regularly. To lock in your place, select an upcoming tour date and time now. We look forward to meeting with you. To lock in a day and time simply fill out the form below. If you have any other questions, call us on 1300 302 867, email [email protected], or make an enquiry
Music for Film and TV at AFTRS
15 and 16 April
AFTRS, Building 130, The Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park
Learn how to create music for film and TV in this challenging and rewarding two-day course, under the guidance of a professional Screen Music Composer. Using AFTRS’ state of the art film and music facilities you will have experience of scoring your own short piece of film.
Video Editing at AFTRS
23 and 24 April
AFTRS, Building 130, The Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park
Are you interested in learning how to edit your own videos? This hands-on practical course will teach you the basics of editing using Adobe Premiere Pro, part of the Adobe Creative Cloud suite. It is not recommended if you already have a strong familiarity with Premiere Pro.
AFTRS HSC Video Intensive
15, 16, 17 April
AFTRS, Building 130, The Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park
This course is a skill and story development workshop for emerging filmmakers tackling an individual project for the HSC. The workshop helps you hone your screen skills to create a high quality year 12 video project. HSC subjects that video can be used in include English Extension, Visual Art, Design and Technology, and Drama.
Commercial Pilot - BASAIR Career Free Info Seminar
19 March, 17 April, 22 May, 18 June. 7.00pm to 8.30pm
628/23-25 Airport Avenue, Bankstown Airport
Learn about a career as a Commercial Pilot at one of our free information seminars. Register at:
Work Experience with NSW Fire and Rescue
The Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) Work Experience Program provides participating students with an overview of the roles of FRNSW and its firefighters. Through this program, school students gain insight into FRNSW and develop employment related skills.
Country Education Foundation Uni Survival Guide
Accommodation, part time work, health services and support advice for country students.
Country Education Foundation Grants
Your local Country Education Foundation (CEF) supports youth in your area through financial grants for education and employment expenses. Our grants contribute towards apprenticeships, traineeships, cadetships, diplomas, certificate level studies, university qualifications or employment.
Great website on all career fields and pathways on the land, environment and agriculture. Explore career options, scholarships and internships on offer.
Northern Rivers Careers Expo
9 and 10 May. 9.30am to 1.03pm
Goonellabah Sports & Aquatic Centre, 50 Oliver Avenue, Goonellabah.
Apprenticeship Organisations, Career Pathway Advisers, Employers, Tertiary Education, Training Providers, Universities and Volunteer Organisations. A one-stop-shop for anyone wanting to begin or grow their career.
Youth at the Zoo Applications Open Soon
Due to the popularity of the program, applications are opened twice yearly, in May and November. To receive information about the next round of applications, you must first join the waitlist for the Sydney or Dubbo program.
- Please add your name to the waitlist for the May 2019 intake by using the Sydney Waitlist button using the link below .
Taronga’s Youth at the Zoo program (YATZ) gives teens the opportunity to learn more about how our Zoos operate, develop skills for the future and spend time with like-minded people who share a passion for animals and conservation.
Career Pathways of an Environmental Engineer Webinar
This thirty-minute webinar will delve into the career paths taken by environmental engineers.
Our Host will ask the big questions of our early career panel members including:
- Why they chose environmental engineering
- How they got there
Discover Engineering Day – Engineers Australia - Three Sessions
11 March - Chatswood High
- Why be an engineer?
- What do engineers do?
- Examples of engineering projects.
- How do you become an engineer?
Discover Engineering Day will include activities aimed at giving high school students a taste of skills required for the engineering profession as well as guest speakers from university students and engineers.
8 May – ANSTO
25 June - - The Kings School
Discover Your Career in Tourism and Hospitality
Your online source for starting and enhancing your career in Hospitality, Tourism, Events, and Travel. Discover how we can help with career information, training opportunities, exclusive job vacancies, apprenticeships, and industry news and tips.
How to Survive Year 12
The thought of embarking on your final year of school can trigger a range of emotions — excitement, nervousness, stress, nostalgia, anxiety, sadness or just impatience to get out into the world. Whether you’re excited to have taken the next step or are just hanging out for the end, we provide some tips to help you get through Year 12.
Au Pair in America - GAP Year Opportunity
Being an Au Pair with Au Pair in America is the perfect way to use your childcare/babysitting hours to have the most amazing experience in the USA. A cultural exchange with a difference; you will live with an American family and immerse yourself in everyday American life.
Challenges Abroad Australia International Volunteering
Overseas internship opportunities in education, business or health. We offer exceptional opportunities to further your life skills and to create incredible experiences, all while helping disadvantaged communities around the world. Our challenging treks and volunteer projects take you to some of the world’s most extraordinary places: from the lost Inca city of Machu Picchu in Peru, to the peak of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.
AFS Overseas Student Exchange
99 world wide destinations. Live with a new family in another country. Enjoy different traditions. Take time to appreciate, value and deepen your insights about other perspectives, cultures, religions and important world issues. Go to a new school, learn a new language and find ways to connect with people from other cultures and backgrounds–skills that you’ll take back home and use for a lifetime.
Projects Abroad Information Sessions
19 March. 6.30 to 7.30pm
Sydney Central YHA, 11 Rawson Place, Sydney
We believe that international volunteering and internships provide a defining experience for young people as they move from adolescence into adulthood, and we know that the work we do transforms communities.
Find out more about student exchange opportunities at WEP Info Session.
WEP Australia is holding free student exchange information sessions around New South Wales this term. There is a location near you. WEP information sessions are the perfect starting point on any student's exchange journey. SMS 'RSVP' to 0428 246 633.
Defence Events and Information Sessions Near You
4 March - Sydney – Defence Info
5 March – Canberra – Women in the Defence Force
5 March – Sydney – Army Reserve
5 March – Adamstown – Army Reserve
5 March – Gold Coast – Army Female Priority Careers
5 March – Port Macquarie – Army Reserve
5 March – Tamworth – Army Reserve
5 March – Erina – Army Reserve
Applying to the Australian Defence Force Academy
Applying for ADFA is a competitive, dual application process that can take up to 12 months. It's preferable you apply in Year 11, but you can still apply in Year 12. Follow this link and the steps given to guide you along the right pathway.
All types of teaching careers and those in high demand, salaries and high demand locations. Explore the different types of teachers in NSW public schools and find out which classroom teaching or specialty area appeals to you.