CQUni TAFE Online Information Sessions
Join one of our Online TAFE Information Sessions to discover your training options at CQUniversity.
- Tuesday, 7 June, 12 – 1 pm AEST
- Thursday, 16 June, 6 – 7 pm AEST
Discover more about what study options are available to you, support services, apprentice, and trainee information, and how funding options for eligible applicants may dramatically reduce the cost of courses.
By registering to attend a TAFE Online Information Session, we are able to keep you informed about the event, your course of interest, and other study opportunities.
The National Association of Women in Construction will be holding a networking event for high school girls looking at pursuing a trade on the morning of 14 June.
Pop up Polo Rockhampton
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University of New England
UNE has started its EARLY OFFER for University 2023. Please scroll down to read on how to apply as per below:
UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND
UCAT ANZ Advice Night
Current UQ medical students will host a UCAT Advice Night for Year 12 students from regional, rural and remote communities who are due to sit the UCAT ANZ exam during July-August. This exam is a key part of the admissions process for entering the Regional Medical Pathway.
- 25 May – Online – More info
Tertiary Preparation Workshop: Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University
Monday 27 June – Friday 1 July 2022
Our Tertiary Preparation Workshop (TPW) is for students applying for entry to a university music degree and can help prepare them for the theoretical and practical requirements of the audition process.
Dates: Monday 27 June – Friday 1 July 2022
Venue: Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University
Fees: $495 incl GST
Save the date: After the Siren 2022
26-27 July 2022
After the Siren is a free program designed for school-aged elite and developing athletes and covers good role-modelling behaviour, tips on maximising opportunities and preparation for life as an elite athlete.
The program is devised and conducted by Griffith Sports College, a unit within the university that helps elite athletes manage their sports and academic commitments.
Gold Coast campus: Tuesday 26 July 2022
Nathan Campus: Wednesday 27 July 2022
Q and A for high school students
Did you know your students can book their own 30-minute Q&A session to explore study options, access personalised application support and get advice on support services available at Griffith? Video call or telephone appointments are available; our study advisers can answer questions about:
Free resources for students completing the Teacher Personal Statement
The Teacher Personal Statement is a written response as part of the QTAC or UAC application for an initial teaching degree. It can be daunting for some people, so we’ve created resources to assist. Students can download the free ‘Demystifying the Teacher Personal Statement Fact Sheet’, for tips and tricks on completing their application, and watch a video from Education Head of School, Prof. Donna Pendergast.
Attend University in your final years of high school
The Griffith Business School offers year 11 and 12 students the opportunity to study a first-year university course and (upon successful completion) gain credit towards a degree.
With the tuition fee covered by the university, the program lets students sample university life at Griffith, learn from industry leaders in business and stretch their academic boundaries.
Browse the four business courses on offer and apply now for Trimester 1 or 2.
Griffith Film School Games Design Experience Week
27 June – 1 July 2022
Griffith Film School Experience Week is tailored to Year 11 and 12 students considering study in games design, animation, or film and screen media. The animation and film places filled fast, but there are still spaces available in games design. During the week-long program, participants will learn theoretical and practical skills from our industry-connected teaching team.
Registrations now open for games design experience week, 27 June – 1 July 2022. Cost: $295
Griffith Chemistry and Physics at-school courses
Griffith University Sciences offers online courses that high school students can start in Year 11 and complete in Year 12. These university-level courses cover many of the topics taught in senior Chemistry and Physics, providing additional resources to extend learning in senior science subjects. Students who pass receive credit for Griffith University first-year science courses, and adjustments towards their selection rank.
STEM Ambassador Program 2022 registration now open
You can partner with Griffith University through the STEM Ambassador Schools Program to develop an individual strategic STEM Action Plan, designed to engage your students and school community in STEM. STEM Ambassador schools receive priority access to some of our most coveted events of the year. Combine that with access to the academics, resources and connections of Griffith University and you have yourself a winning partnership.