To submit expressions of interest for a team contact Mr Olsson.
Army in Motion: Maritime, Technical, Trade, Hospitality and Support Overview to be held in Townsville with 10 Force Support Battalion (10FSB) on 23-27 August at Lavarack Barracks.
The application date for this program has been extended until Sunday 1 August 2021 any interested students aged 15 and over are encouraged to apply. You can find the details of this placement by clicking on the following link:
A number of Defence Work Experience opportunities are now open for applications:
- ADF Research and Science Program – Enoggera
- Army Familiarisation – Enoggera
- Navy Overview – Cairns
- Armoured Cavalry – Townsville
- Army Infantry – Townsville
- Army Aviation – Oakey
- Cyber Security and Robotics – Canberra
- Military Law – Townsville
See link for more details and to apply.
On Campus – 8 August
Virtual from 12 July
Mackay 7 August
Bundaberg 14 August
Rockhampton 22 August
Gladstone 2 September
On Campus, Brisbane 7 August
Career Videos for Year 10s
We’ve developed a series of short animations that explain different careers. These animations cover information on what to expect in that career, the skills needed, and the future job outlook.
They also point students in the right direction when deciding what discipline they might like to study, along with the pre-requisite subjects they’ll need to study in their senior years of school.
We’ve included some examples below, for the full suite visit the website.
Post Year 12 Study Options Webinar
In case you missed our Post Year 12 Study Options Webinar in June, we’ve included a link to the recording below.
The webinar covers what options students can pursue after graduating Year 12 and provides helpful resources on making a career choice. We also include where to look for information on courses, entry requirements as well as detailed information about how to apply.
After the webinar, we put together a cheat sheet based on the links and resources we used in the presentation, and also the questions we received during the session.
CL91 Bachelor of Nursing
The application portal for this course is currently closed to manage 2021 admissions. However, students wishing to apply to this course under the Principal’s Recommendation Scheme can submit an application after Sunday, 1 August 2021 through the portal. Applications for 2022 through the TACs is available per relevant TAC open dates.
CG95 Bachelor of Paramedic Science
This course is now a quota course meaning admissions are limited to the number of placements available. As a quota course, the Bachelor of Paramedicine is no longer eligible for the Principal’s Recommendation Scheme. Applications for the January 2022 offer round are due Thursday, 9 December.
Applications close 24 September
The Scholarship is to assist and encourage a meritorious student for the duration of their studies, for whom educational opportunities are limited because of financial need.
The aim of the Scholarship is to advance the interests of young Catholics and to assist them in the choice or pursuit of a career.
The student will have demonstrated drive and commitment to achieve academically, despite financial hardship in order to continue their studies at an Australian university or college.
Bond University Scholarships are now open. Bond offer scholarships, valued up to 50% of tuition fees for any single undergraduate degree (excluding the Medical Program) or 100% tuition for any diploma program, are awarded to Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander students who have demonstrated extracurricular involvement, leadership potential and academic achievements.
Study Areas include: Actuarial Science, Architecture and Built Environment, Business and Commerce, Communication and Creative Media, Health Sciences, Hotel and Tourism, International Relations and Humanities, Law, Social Sciences, Psychology and Counselling and Sport.
CSIRO Young Indigenous Women’s STEM Academy (YIWSA)
On behalf of the CSIRO Young Indigenous Women’s STEM Academy (YIWSA), I would like to bring to you attention this fantastic opportunity for Young Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander women in Secondary School.
IWSA are currently recruiting young women with an interest in STEM in the following year levels and regions:
Year 8: Brisbane west (includes Ipswich, Lockyer Valley and Toowoomba)
Year 11: Nationally
All Academy activities are completed outside of school hours and will compliment what they are learning at school.
The Academy provides a holistic, streamlined approach improving young women’s access to STEM opportunities and careers. Participation in the Academy commences before students choose critical high school subjects ensuring study and career progression into STEM fields. The program has been designed to combine STEM extension activities and individualised support for participants. The individualised support will be provided in the form of specialist STEM activities, mentors and peer networks. An important part of the work that we do when a student joins the academy, is building a strong and respectful relationship with the school community so together we can work alongside the young women and their families into the future.
For program information and how to apply, please visit the YIWSA website.
Charles Allan Seymour Hawker Scholarship
The C.A.S. Hawker Scholarship commemorates the achievements of one of Australia’s most respected pastoral pioneers who served in the First World War and went on to become a distinguished scholar and leading figure in the Federal Parliament, prior to his tragic and untimely death in the Kyeema aircraft accident in 1938.
The Scholarship is available to Australian undergraduate and post-graduate students.
Scholarships are valued at up to $60,000 and contribute to the cost of residential fees at either:
- Burgmann College, Canberra ACT
- St Marks College, Adelaide SA
- Roseworthy College, Roseworthy SA
- Robb College, Armidale NSW
- Trinity College, Cambridge UK
- Marcus Oldham College, Geelong VIC
Applicants must be Australian citizens.
The majority of scholarships are awarded to students entering their first year of University.
Successful applicants are those who most convincingly demonstrate their potential as a future leader, the contribution they have made to their school and community and their academic ability, in keeping with the example C.A.S. Hawker set as a leader and his contribution and service to Australia.
USQ Academic Excellence Scholarships in 2022
With $29,000 up for grabs to those graduating high school in 2021, USQ offers not only a quality education and career prospects but also amazing scholarship opportunities to new students in 2022. With no application process and eligibility across all bachelor’s degree programs, high-achieving Year 12 students are encouraged to put USQ first on their QTAC application to ensure their eligibility for the suite of Academic Excellence Scholarships. Visit our scholarships website to see the eligibility requirements of the scholarships as well as what else is on offer.