Special Notice to all Year 12 Students / Parents / Guardians

Dear Parent / Guardian / Student,

Parents and students are reminded of the deadlines for making your application for admission into a TAFE or University course via a VTAC Application for 2018.

VTAC APPLICATIONS CLOSE:   Thursday 28 September 2017 (5:00 pm)

SEAS Applications Close:    Tuesday 10 October 2017 (5:00 pm)

Scholarships via VTAC:  Friday 13 October 2017 – (5 pm)

VCE results & ATAR via On-line: Friday 15 December 2017 – (7:00 am)

VTAC Change of Preferences Period:  20 November to 20 December 2017 (12.00 noon).

VTAC First Round Offers: On-line:  Tuesday 16 January  2018. 2:00 pm. (On-line / E-mail)

However you are advised that students should complete an application by the end of Term 3 – Friday 22 September, so that if you have any difficulties making your application we can provide some assistance.

Remember: Students MUST pay the VTAC Application Fee ($35.00) before VTAC will forward your application to a tertiary institution.  We recommend you pay as soon as you complete your application.  Final Closing Date to pay VTAC is 28 September 2017. Failure to pay the VTAC Application Fee will negate your application and Selection Officers will not be able to consider you for a course.

All students are strongly encouraged to make a VTAC Application as it increases your career and employment opportunities. Once your VTAC Application is made you are able to concentrate on your final assessments and revisit (change) your VTAC course preferences once the exams are completed and you know your results (12 December).

Students should receive your ATAR Score and individual study scores on Friday 15 December and will have until Wednesday 20 December to Change  VTAC Preferences if you wish.

On-Campus Accommodation:  You Need to Apply before the end of the school Holidays in September, Most accommodation applications are done online. See various institution websites

Thinking of Having a Gap Year:  Well do you have a Job ?  If not think Again.  Start Applying!

If you are looking for Employment – Apply before the end of the year – after the exams. Register with Westvic or any other Employment Agency such as WDEA.

South West TAFE – Apply Directly to the Institute.  Many applied courses available such as:  Aged Care, Agriculture, Arts, Business, Community Services, Nursing, Childcare, Tourism, Events, Maritime, Environment, Hairdressing & Beauty, Trades (Automotive, Building, Electrical,  Engineering, Plumbing).

If you have any questions please contact me directly on 55 644 406. Please keep this for your reference.

Peter Bollard

Careers Practitioner

RMIT SNAP (Schools Network Access Program)

SNAP is one way RMIT ensures a diverse and inclusive student population.

SNAP students can receive priority access to RMIT Courses through a Bonus on your score of up to 20 points. or Equivalent extra consideration towards selection tasks such as folios or interviews.

Who Can Apply for SNAP ?  Any Year 12 Student.

How do you apply for SNAP ?  Students apply via VTAC Website under SEAS.  Schools will then endorse SNAP students according to a criteria including:   Aptitude, Study Skills, Self-Management, Aptitude for course and related careers. Students need to obtain a SNAP Application from Mr Bollard once they have decided upon their VTAC course application. (Early August).

Universities and Higher Education Open Day Calendar for 2017

Dear Students, Parents & Guardians

Please see the Universities and Higher Education Open Day Calendar for 2017 below.
Many Open Days are conducted in August each Year and students from Year 10 to 12 are encouraged to attend at least some each year.  Please note Deakin Warrnambool Open Day is Sunday 5 August.  A great opportunity to see first hand what Deakin has to offer.

 

University & Higher Education Open Days 2017
Australian Catholic University
Melbourne campus Sunday 13 August (10am-4pm)
Sunday 13 August (10am-4pm)
Ballarat campus Sunday 27 August (10am-3pm)
http://www.acu.edu.au/99146
Australian Maritime College
Launceston campus Saturday 12 August (10am-3pm)
Box Hill Institute
Box Hill campus Sunday 27 August (10am-3pm)
Lilydale campus Sunday 20 August (10am-3pm)
http://www.boxhill.edu.au/events/
Charles Sturt University
Campus tours
http://futurestudents.csu.edu.au/unilife/campuses/campus-tours
MyDay http://csu.edu.au/myday
Collarts (Australian College of the Arts)
South Melbourne campus Saturday 5 August (10am-3pm)
http://collarts.edu.au/open-day/ Saturday 20 January 2018 (10am-3pm)
Deakin University
Warrnambool Campus Sunday 6 August (9am-3pm)
Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus Sunday 20 August (9am-3pm)
Geelong Waterfront Campus Sunday 20 August (9am-3pm)
Melbourne Burwood Campus Sunday 27 August (9am-3pm)
http://openday.deakin.edu.au/
Endeavour College of Natural Health https://www.endeavour.edu.au/events
Federation University Australia
Camp Street Sunday 27 August (10am-3pm)
Mount Helen (Ballarat) Sunday 27 August (10am-3pm)
http://federation.edu.au/openday
Footscray City Films
Footscray campus Sunday 20 August (1pm-4pm)
http://footscrayfilms.com.au/open-day/
Gordon (The)
City (Geelong) Sunday 6 August (11am-3pm)
Holmes Institute
FashionMasters campus Telephone: (03) 9945 9511
http://www.fashionmasters.com.au
Holmesglen
All campuses Open days are run throughout the year
http://www.holmesglen.edu.au/open
JMC Academy
Melbourne campus 12 August (10am-4pm)
http://www.jmcacademy.edu.au/events/open-days/register-for-our-next-open-day-2017-1
La Trobe University
Albury-Wodonga Saturday 12 August
Bendigo Sunday 27 August
Melbourne Sunday 6 August
http://www.latrobe.edu.au/openday
LaTrobe College of Art and Design
Collingwood Sunday 20 August (11am-4pm)
http://www.latrobecollege.edu.au
Longerenong Ag College http://www.longy.com.au
Macleay College
City Tuesday 4 July
https://macleay.edu.au/events/career-taster-day-melbourne/
Marcus Oldham College
Waurn Ponds (Geelong) Sunday 13 August (10am-2:30pm)
http://www.marcusoldham.vic.edu.au
Melbourne Polytechnic
Preston Sunday 20 August (10am-3pm)
https://www.melbournepolytechnic.edu.au/open-day/
Monash University
Caulfield Sunday 6 August (10am-4pm)
Clayton Sunday 6 August (10am-4pm)
Parkville Sunday 20 August (10am-3pm)
Peninsula Saturday 5 August (10am-3pm)
http://www.monash.edu/open-day/
Moorabbin Flying Services
Ground Theory Centre Thursday 3 August (12pm-4pm)
http://www.mfs.com.au
Navitas College of Public Safety
City Sunday 13 August (10am-2pm)
http://www.ncps.edu.au/information-session-registration-form/ Thursday 7 December (6pm)
Photography Studies College
Melbourne Sunday 13 August (10am-3pm)
RMIT University
City Sunday 13 August (10am-4pm)
Brunswick Sunday 13 August (10am-4pm)
Bundoora Sunday 13 August (10am-4pm)
http://www.rmit.edu.au/events/all-events/rmit-open-day
SAE Creative Media Institute
SAE Melbourne Saturday 5 August (10am-2pm)
https://sae.edu.au/news-and-events/events/
Swinburne University of Technology
Hawthorn Sunday 30 July (10am-4pm)
http://www.swinburne.edu.au/openday
University of Melbourne (The)
Parkville Sunday 20 August (10am-4pm)
http://openday.unimelb.edu.au
Victoria University
Footscray Park Sunday 20 August (10am-3pm)
http://www.vu.edu.au/openday
William Angliss Institute of TAFE
City Sunday 13 August (9.30am-3pm)
https://www.angliss.edu.au/openday

Snowboard Internships – Interested ?

EA Ski and Snowboard instructor internship positions for 2017 and 2018 are now open for applications at all locations in Europe, the USA, Canada and Japan. These instructor internships provide full training, accommodation, exams, lift passes and a guaranteed job offer at the end.   Students considering a career in the snow industry should get in touch with our experienced training consultants to discuss their training, visa and working options. The courses with Educating Adventures have been in operation at over 24 resorts around the world for 10 years, and with a 99% pass rate maintained each season AND the guaranteed job offer, it is a great career pathway program.   Program Requirements:

  • Intermediate to advanced skiing or snowboarding ability
  • Genuine interest in snow sports
  • Positive attitude and good work ethic
  • Ability to work as part of a team

We have put together this link for interested students to get further information, so please forward this to anyone who may be interested in this program. Alternatively, if you would like to respond to this email I can answer any questions you might have.   Warm Regards,

Chris Hazeldine Training Program Coordinator Educating Adventures Limited

E: sst@educatingadventures.com

W: www.educatingadventures.com   United Kingdom +44 (0) 20 7193 2647

Educating Adventures Limited

The air holidays and flights advertised on our website are ATOL protected by the CAA. Educating Adventures Limited ATOL number is ATOL 9231.

CAREERS EXPO 2017

Warrnambool & District Careers Teachers Association

Presents

CAREERS EXPO 2017

Monday 31 July – Warrnambool College, Grafton Rd, Warrnambool 

Wednesday 2 August – Emmanuel College – Ardlie St, Warrnambool 

Monday 7 August – Brauer College – Carumut Road, Warrnambool 

Session 1: 7.15pm – 7.55pm, Session 2: 8.00pm – 8.40pm, Session 3: 8.45pm – 9.25pm

Including over 30 different Career Presentations each night. Presenters will discuss their day to day job, why they choose this field, trends in the future, promotional opportunities, what they like and dislike about their occupation.  Wide range of diverse fields include:  Medicine, Law, Apprenticeships, Nursing, Pilots, Social Welfare, Teaching, Multi media, Performing Arts,  Aged care, Emergency Services, Environment, Hospitality, Police, Physiotherapy, Engineering, Business & Accounting, Art & Design, Fashion Industry, Tourism, Sporting Industry, and many more !

Students & Parents will have the opportunity to choose up to 3 different career field each night. Booking sheets for each night will be distributed to students in Years 9 to 12 in the coming weeks.  You will complete he Booking sheets and return them to the college before the end of term 2. 

Wednesday 9 August – Kings College, Balmoral Road, Warrnambool (6:00pm to 8:00pm)

Including Sessions on Tertiary Education – University & TAFE, Financing Tertiary Study, Gap Year Job Opportunities, Employment Agencies, Tertiary Education Providers such as Deakin University, Federation University, ACU, JMC Academy etc

Students & Parents will be able to attend 2 or 3 information sessions and talk to various providers in a supermarket session.

The Warrnambool Careers Expo has been running every second year for over 30 years and has generated a great deal of positive and enthusiastic feedback. The most important aspect about the program is that it is delivered by current and passionate representatives of their chosen profession, who provide a realistic and practical view of their own occupation and career pathway.  It is one of the BEST things you can do with your child while attending secondary school. Don’t Miss it !!

UMAT = Undergraduate Medical and Health Sciences Admissions Test.

All students wishing to apply for an undergraduate Medicine (Monash Uni) or Dentistry & Oral Health (LaTrobe Uni)  must sit the UMAT on Wednesday 26 July 2017.  

Students need to Register by 2 June 2017 and Warrnambool students usually sit the test at the Geelong Test Center. You can sit the test in Melbourne if it suits you better.  Test Fee = $250.00, Concession Fee of $150.00 if eligible.

The UMAT Test is made up of 3 distinct parts and is a prerequisite for most medical courses across Australia.  UMAT does not endorse any UMAT prep courses and provide previous test questions at a cost.

Students / Parents need to read the UMAT Information Booklet – available from Mr Bollard at the Careers Centre.  If you have any questions please contact Mr Bollard directly – 55644 406

SPECIAL NOTICE TO ALL YEAR 12 PARENTS / GUARDIANS

Dear Parent / Guardian / Student,

Parents and students are reminded of the deadlines for making your application for admission into a TAFE or University course via a VTAC Application for 2017.

VTAC APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Thursday 29 September 2016 (5:00 pm)
SEAS Applications Close: Tuesday 4 October 2016 (5:00 pm)
Scholarships via VTAC: Friday 14 October 2016 – (5 pm)
VCE results & ATAR via On-line: Monday 12 December 2016 – (7:00 am)
VTAC Change of Preferences Period: 21 November to 20 December 2016 (12.00 noon).
VTAC First Round Offers: On-line Monday 18 January 2017. 2:00 pm. (On-line / E-mail)

However you are advised that students should complete an application by the end of Term 3 – Friday 16 September, so that if you have any difficulties making your application we can provide some assistance.

Remember: Students MUST pay the VTAC Application Fee ($32.00) before VTAC will forward your application to a tertiary institution. We recommend you pay as soon as you complete your application. Final Closing Date to pay VTAC is 29 September 2016. Failure to pay the VTAC Application Fee will negate your application and Selection Officers will not be able to consider you for a course.

All students are strongly encouraged to make a VTAC Application as it increases your career and employment opportunities. Once your VTAC Application is made you are able to concentrate on your final assessments and revisit (change) your VTAC course preferences once the exams are completed and you know your results (12 December).

Students should receive your ATAR Score and individual study scores on Monday 12 December and will have until Tuesday 20 December to Change VTAC Preferences if you wish.

On-Campus Accommodation: You Need to Apply before the end of the school Holidays in September, Most accommodation applications are done online. See various institution websites

Thinking of Having a Gap Year: Well do you have a Job ? If not think Again. Start Applying!

If you are looking for Employment – Apply before the end of the year – after the exams. Register with Westvic or any other Employment Agency such as WDEA.

South West TAFE – Apply Directly to the Institute. Many applied courses available such as: Aged Care, Agriculture, Arts, Business, Community Services, Nursing, Childcare, Tourism, Events, Maritime, Environment, Hairdressing & Beauty, Trades (Automotive, Building, Electrical, Engineering, Plumbing).

If you have any questions please contact me directly on 55 644 406. Please keep this for your reference.

Peter Bollard
Careers Practitioner

Year 12 Students Transition Program: 2016

VTAC APPLICATIONS REGISTRATION:

All Year 12 students seeking to apply for University or TAFE for 2017, should have Received their copy of the VTAC guide by now.  If you have not done so – Contact Mr Bollard ASAP.  The guides where distributed to students  last week at a special assembly where the VTAC application process was explained.

Most students will be able to complete their VTAC Application at home, but  we will run lunchtime workshops for students to attend so that all can be registered and have at least 1 preference on the system before the closing date.

A parent / guardian  presentation was conducted last week, to explain the VTAC process, how to apply for SEAS and scholarships, accommodation we will also look at issues such as Funding Tertiary study, Gap years, Finding employment etc.  It was close to a full house – so if you could not attend please contact me for an outline.

VTAC APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Thursday 29 September 2016 (5:00 pm)

However students are advised that you should complete your application by the end of Term 3  – Friday 16 September. This is to ensure that any problems encountered can be dealt with by school staff, well before the Closing Date.  For example – sometimes Birth Dates and names do not match

VCE Results & ATAR Scores: Monday 12 December 2016 at 7:00 am (Website service).

VTAC Change of Preferences:  21 Nov to 20 Dec 2016 – 12:00 noon. (FINAL)

VTAC  First Round Offers:  Monday 18 January 2017. (Online – E-mail)

What is SEAS ? (Special Entry Access Scheme) – an opportunity for THE APPLICANT TO PROVIDE COURSE SELECTION OFFICERS WITH OTHER (relevant) INFORMATION WHICH MAY ASSIST THEM IN DETERMINING WHO WILL RECIEVE AN OFFER FOR THEIR COURSE.

SEAS is the umbrella program run by most institutions for applicants who have experienced educational disadvantage.

It allows selection officers to grant extra consideration for course entry to applicants, but is NOT USED AS A REPLACEMENT for course entry requirements. If a student does not complete the extra requirements for a course, then having a SEAS application will not help. Students will still need to attend all interviews, sit any required tests, submit all required folios, and fill in all required forms, regardless of the SEAS application.

Specific questions about how SEAS is used in selection for specific courses should be directed to the institution. REMEMBER THAT ALL APPLICANTS ARE SELECTED IN A COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT. Fulfilment of all course eligibility requirements (with or without SEAS) does not guarantee an offer.

SEAS Categories (4):

  1. Personal information and Location.
  2. Difficult family circumstances.
  3. Disadvantaged socio-economic background.
  4. Personal disability or medical condition.

Warrnambool students are all eligible for Category No 1:  Rural Background.

Not all institutions recognise all categories. VTAC’s website with SEAS link will provide an overview of the categories recognised by participating institutions. SEAS will boost your eligibility for entry, just by using Category 1 by about 5 or 6 points.

For all the latest Careers information and links to some fantastic web resources – Please visit the Careers Blog located on the College Home Page: http://wblcollcareers.global2.vic.edu.au/


Warrnambool College Transition Program:

This year we have conducted lunchtime sessions for year 12 students on the following

23 February – JMC Academy Presentation – Provider of Specialist Media, Arts, Graphics, Music programs.

22 March – Deakin University Nursing Programs – Registered Nursing and Midwifery Course and Careers

12 April – Gap year Programs – Philippines – What to do in a Gap Year? Volunteering Overseas.

20 April – Presentation by the International College of Hotel Management.

10 May – Deakin University Business & Law Programs – Why do Business & Law ?  Career pathways.

17 May – Occupational Therapy – Ex Student from LaTrobe University outlined the many transition issues she encountered from leaving home and moving to Melbourne.  Along with how the course operated, her clinical placements, accommodation, and finally how she has now returned to work locally with Moyne Health Services.

24 May – Australian Defence Forces – Careers in Trades with the ADF.

14 June – How to use the VTAC Website !  Researching Courses and Careers.

12 July – Psychology and Psychophysiology courses at Swinburne – Presentation by Year 3 Ex Student – Marli Culkin

19 July – Ex-Students from University of Melbourne discussed their transition issues including why they chose to do a Science or Psychology course. How the Unimelb course system works to you favour, living on campus, finding jobs in Melbourne and  future plans.

11 August – VTAC Briefing for Students.  Why apply ?  How to apply, How to pay online; What is SEAS and Why it is important;  How to apply for scholarships;  VTAC Deadlines.

16 August – Ex  Students explain how they were successful in applying for scholarships.  Tips for new players, and why you should apply, how to prepare for scholarship interviews.

16 August – Uni SA, Introduction to the university and what they have to offer in the region and in Adelaide.

23 August – Deakin University – Warrnambool Campus – advantages of studying at home. Accommodation options and Pathways Courses.

29 August – Federation University, Courses and Pathway Options.

30 August – VTAC and SEAS Workshops.

5 September – South West TAFE – Courses, Apprenticeships and Pathways

6 September – Deakin University Accelerated Learning Program for gifted students (SEALP).

4 October – How to Successfully Apply for a Gap year Job ?

Plus VTAC Workshops at lunchtimes for those students who need assistance.

 

Tertiary Institutions Open Days – 2016

 

Institution Campus Date Time Further information
Abbey Road Institute https://abbeyroadinstitute.com.au/en/book-a-visit
Academy of Design Australia Melbourne 7 August 2016 9am – 5pm http://www.academyofdesign.edu.au/news/Events/Open-Day-August-2016.aspx
Academy of Information Technology http://www.ait.nsw.edu.au/
Academy of Interactive Entertainment Melbourne 14 August 2016 19 November 2016 10am – 3pm 10am – 3pm http://www.aie.edu.au/openday
Australian Catholic University Melbourne Ballarat 14 August 2016 28 August 2016 10am – 4pm 10am – 3pm http://www.openday.acu.edu.au/
Australian College of Applied Psychology Melbourne 14 August 2016 10am – 2pm http://www.acap.edu.au/future-students/info-sessions/
Australian College of Sports Therapy City 31 July 2016 14 August 2016 22 September 2016 10am – 4pm 10am – 4pm 4pm – 6pm http://www.sportstherapy.edu.au
Australian Guild of Music Education By appointment – http://www.guildmusic.edu.au
Australian Institute of Music Melbourne 13 August 2016 10am – 3pm http://aim.edu.au/events
Australian Maritime College Launceston 7 August 2016 10am – 3pm http://www.amc.edu.au/openday
Australian School of Management Perth 3 September 2016 10am – 1pm http://www.asm.edu.au
Bendigo TAFE Bendigo Echuca Charleston Road http://education.bendigotafe.edu.au/ExperienceDays2016
Billy Blue College of Design Melbourne http://www.billyblue.edu.au/news-events/upcoming-events
Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School Leura 3 September 2016 10am – 2pm http://www.bluemountains.edu.au/openday2016
Box Hill Institute Box Hill Lilydale 28 August 2016 21 August 2016 10am – 3pm 10am – 3pm http://www.boxhill.edu.au/events/
Charles Sturt University https://futurestudents.csu.edu.au/unilife/campuses/campus-tours/book-a-tour
Chisholm Dandenong 20 August 2016 11am – 3pm studentrecruitment@chisholm.edu.au
Collarts (Australian College of the Arts) South Melbourne 6 August 2016 https://collarts.edu.au/
CQUniversity Melbourne Virtual Open Day On-campus and Distance Education 6 August – 10 September 2016 http://www.cqu.edu.au/opendays
Deakin College Burwood Geelong Waterfront and Geelong Waurn Ponds 28 August 2016 21 August 2016 9am – 4pm 9am – 3pm http://openday.deakin.edu.au/
Deakin University Warrnambool Geelong Waurn Ponds and Geelong Waterfront Melbourne Burwood 7 August 2016 21 August 2016 28 August 2016 9am – 3pm 9am – 3pm 9am – 4pm http://openday.deakin.edu.au/
Eastern College Australia Mulgrave 10 September 2016 11am – 1pm http://eastern.edu.au
Elly Lukas Beauty Therapy College http://www.ellylukas.edu.au/
Endeavour College of Natural Health City http://www.endeavour.edu.au/events
Federation University Australia Camp Street, Gippsland, and Mount Helen (Ballarat) Berwick 28 August 2016 17 August 2016 10am – 3pm 4pm – 8pm http://federation.edu.au/openday
Footscray City Films / Footscray City College Footscray 21 August 2016 1pm – 4pm http://footscrayfilms.com.au/tafe/open-day/
Gordon (The) City (Geelong) 21 August 2016 11am – 3pm http://www.thegordon.edu.au
Goulburn Ovens Institute of TAFE http://www.gotafe.vic.edu.au/courses/information-sessions/
Health Skills Australia Melbourne 10 August 2016 6pm http://www.healthskills.com.au/studying-at-hsa/information-evening-registration/
Holmes Institute http://www.holmes.edu.au/
Holmesglen Chadstone City (St Kilda Rd) Moorabbin Waverley http://www.holmesglen.edu.au/students/open_days
JMC Academy http://www.jmcacademy.edu.au/events/open-days/register-for-our-next-open-day-2016-(1)
Kangan Institute Broadmeadows Docklands 29 July 2016 4 August 2016 10am – 2pm 10am – 2pm http://realeducation.kangan.edu.au/GPExperienceBroadmeadows2016 http://realeducation.kangan.edu.au/GPExperienceDocklands2016
La Trobe Melbourne Melbourne (Bundoora) 7 August 2016 10am – 4pm http://www.latrobemelbourne.edu.au/openday
La Trobe University Albury-Wodonga Bendigo Melbourne Shepparton Mildura Sydney 15 August 2016 14 August 2016 7 August 2016 5 August 2016 17 August 2016 4 August 2016 http://www.latrobe.edu.au/openday
LaTrobe College of Art and Design Collingwood http://www.latrobecollege.edu.au/
Longerenong College Longerenong 14 August 2016 10am – 3pm http://www.longy.com.au
Macleay College City 6 August 2016 https://macleay.typeform.com/to/cGQ2IX
Marcus Oldham College Waurn Ponds (Geelong) 14 August 2016 10am – 2.30pm http://www.marcusoldham.vic.edu.au
Melbourne Institute of Technology http://www.mit.edu.au
Melbourne Polytechnic http://www.melbournepolytechnic.edu.au
Monash College Clayton 7 August 2016 10am – 4pm http://www.monash.edu/open-day/
Monash University Peninsula Caulfield and Clayton Parkville 6 August 2016 7 August 2016 21 August 2016 10am – 3pm 10am – 4pm 10am – 3pm http://www.monash.edu/open-day/
Moorabbin Flying Services Flight Operations 14 August 2016 10am – 2pm http://www.mfs.com.au
Navitas College of Public Safety City 14 August 2016 10am – 2pm http://www.ncps.edu.au/information-session-registration-form/
Northern College of the Arts and Technology Preston 10 September 2016 12pm – 4pm http://ncat.vic.edu.au/ncat-blog
Oceania Polytechnic Institute of Education City 7 August 2016 10am – 4pm http://www.opie.vic.edu.au
Photographic Imaging College http://www.pic.org.au
Photography Studies College Melbourne 14 August 2016 10am – 3pm http://psc.edu.au
RMIT University Melbourne City, Brunswick and Bundoora 14 August 2016 10am – 4pm http://openday.rmit.edu.au/
SAE Creative Media Institute Melbourne 6 August 2016 11am – 3pm https://sae.edu.au/news-and-events/events/melbourne-campus-open-day-6-august-2016/?date=2016-08-06&id=558
Sage Institute of Education http://www.sage.edu.au/contact-us/
Southern School of Natural Therapies Fitzroy http://www.ssnt.edu.au/about/ssnt-events
Swinburne University of Technology Hawthorn 31 July 2016 10am – 4pm http://www.swinburne.edu.au/openday
Torrens University Australia Melbourne http://www.torrens.edu.au/about/events
Tractor Design School Melbourne Sydney 14 August 2016 27 August 2016 10am – 4pm 10am – 4pm http://www.tractor.edu.au/events/tractor-melbourne-open-day http://www.tractor.edu.au/events/tractor-sydney-open-day
University of Melbourne (The) Parkville 21 August 2016 10am – 4pm http://openday.unimelb.edu.au
VFA Learning http://www.vfalearning.vic.edu.au/
Victoria University Footscray Park 28 August 2016 10am – 3pm http://www.vu.edu.au/openday
Victorian Institute of Technology Melbourne Culinary Training School (Abbotsford) http://www.vit.edu.au/contact-us/
William Angliss Institute of TAFE City 14 August 2016 10am – 4pm https://www.angliss.edu.au/openday
WYN Institute Melbourne http://wyn.edu.au/

 

Veterinary & Agriculture Science Open Day – Unimelb – Werribee Campus

Date: Saturday, 19 March 2016
Time: 10:00am – 3:00pm
Venue: 250 Princes Highway, Werribee Victoria 3030

  • Explore our popular Bachelor of Agriculture, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and Diploma in General Studies programs
  • Discover masters and higher research programs in the veterinary, agricultural and food sciences
  • Attend course information lectures
  • Discuss a range of other careers in science, veterinary nursing and equine studies with other education providers
  • Tour our world-class Veterinary Teaching Hospital*
  • Receive course advice from University of Melbourne staff
  • Meet our academic staff and current students
  • Feast at food stalls and support our student interest groups
  • More Details and Tour Bookings – See:  http://fvas.unimelb.edu.au/werribee-open-day-2016