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Please use the LINKS below for the latest information from the Universities. Advertisements will be added throughout each month which contain important dates and latest news.

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University Information 

Below is a static landing page for University information which will remain here all year.

TISC

VIP update and date reminder

Please read.


TISC

Find information out about Univeristy applicaitons and ATAR.

https://www.tisc.edu.au/static/home.tisc

FInd prerequisiteis for course;

https://www.tisc.edu.au/static/guide/prerequisites-index.tisc

Find information about sepecific course and ATAR cut offs.

https://www.tisc.edu.au/course/course-list.tisc

TISC releases a guide every year for year 12's.



WA Universities

University Online Content - In response to the COVID-19 situation, the Future Student Engagement teams at Perth Universities are currently unable to physically attend any high school events. They are working on digital resources to ensure you continue to receive information on future study options. The following online resources are available:


       

View our important dates information and read about other admission considerations such as information for domestic students with overseas qualifications, indigenous support, and elite athlete, coach and performer support.

Visit the CQU for more information about what courses and they offer and how to apply.


Live and pre-recorded webinars

After successfully testing WebEx presentations we can now offer our presentations to your students via live video or as a pre-recorded video. If you have any questions or would like to book a session please contact us at prospectivestudentservices@curtin.edu.au

High School Resources

This dedicated page provides resources to all the key questions we receive from high school students around admission pathways, study areas, scholarships, how to apply and understanding prerequisites. This will be a key resource for you to distribute to students with everything they need in one place.  Visit the high school resources page


Book a phone call

Book a phone call Students can book a scheduled individual phone call with one of our Future Student Engagement Coordinators through the Book an Appointment form.
Coordinators: Laura, Julie, Michelle and Amy
Email: prospectivestudentservices@curtin.edu.au
Phone: +61 8 9266 3990


One-on-one Year 12 appointments

We are here to give Year 12 students advice on admission pathways, courses and the TISC application process. Students and their parents can book an appointment and a member of our friendly Future Student Engagement team will reach out to them via phone or video call.

Pathways Wizard

Our Find Your Pathway tool gives you a simple display of common Year 12 profiles and matches our recommended admission pathways. This tool can be promoted to your students and their parents’ to help them understand the range of alternative entry pathways available.

FAQ Page

Our FAQ page covers responses to common questions from students. future.connect.curtin.edu.au

NEW Year 10 Guides

Our Year 10 guide is now available online. The “Need help deciding what to study” tool on page 2 is a great resource for your Year 10’s ahead of deciding what they want to study. It also shows the subject pre-requisites for specific courses for the upcoming subject selection period (from page 11).

2020 online publications

       


Early entry

If you are successful in an early entry offer you can also apply through TISC and at the end of it all then TISC will override the early offer application. So if you apply for Bachelor of Commerce for early offers and receive an offer but then apply for Bachelor of Science in TISC, then the final offer will be Bachelor of Science.

Contact Future Students for more information

Zoom

We are busy exploring virtual options including being able to provide Zoom presentations and chats with students. Please feel free to contact us for a booking at futurestudentevents@ecu.edu.au.

If you would like to book an event for after the 30 June, go for it. Although we don’t know what lies ahead, we can plan and adapt those plans in the future.

As always, please do not hesitate to contact me at b.haworth@ecu.edu.au or my direct line is 6304 5363.

We hope you, your family, colleagues and students stay safe and healthy at this time.

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ECU is here to help!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NjAqg_GXoso&feature=youtu.be

      

Uni Safety Net - follow the link for more information about gaining an offer at Murdoch

https://www.murdoch.edu.au/study/2021-admission-pathways

We will still be running our Open Nights, however they will all be online. Students can access these via the events website

https://www.murdoch.edu.au/events

We’re also putting together some resources for students regarding admissions and pathways, courses, and other generic uni information. Once we have all of that up, I will pass it along to the schools!

 

    

We do have a number of online resources located here on the Notre Dame Website – https://www.notredame.edu.au/about/campuses/careers that you can provide to your Year 12 students. In addition to what is currently there we are also developing additional content and resources for this page over the coming months for both students and careers coordinators.

We’ll be running a variety of our events via online web formats such as Webinars, information on these will be available here on the events section of the Notre Dame website – https://www.notredame.edu.au/events. The next main one is our Online Information Night taking place in May.

We are also providing schools the opportunities to book in online webinar presentations so that one of our advisors can present directly to students via ZOOM. You can make a booking on the Notre Dame website here - https://www.notredame.edu.au/about/campuses/prospective-students or if you email me through a day and time I can arrange it on our end.

  

New entry options for Year 12s

We appreciate that the global COVID-19 pandemic is causing a lot of uncertainty at the moment, particularly for students who will be completing Year 12, and we can assure you we are working on ways to support them. These include opening up a variety of alternatives for students hoping to apply to UWA.

That's why we are pleased to announce that we will now be offering three different ways for current Year 12 school leavers in Australia to apply for admission to our main undergraduate degrees – the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Biomedical Science, Bachelor of Commerce, and Bachelor of Science for 2021 entry. We have made this change so that during this challenging time students are provided with more certainty, support and options should they wish to pursue a UWA degree.

  1. ATAR-based entry  Although it is too early to know if there will be any changes to Year 12 exams, we will still offer our standard entry pathway.

  2. Predicted ATAR entry UWA will provide an offer based on a student’s predicted ATAR from the end of Year 11. We may require a diagnostic interview to identify any additional support they may need, including bridging units, once they arrive at UWA.  At this stage Year 12 students must still sit their Year 12 exams and, when results are released, if their ATAR is higher than their predicted ATAR, they can update their application if they’d like to change their course.
  3. Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) In recognition of the unique set of challenges Year 12 students are facing this year, 18 and 19-year-old students who are taking insufficient ATAR-based subjects or are not taking ATAR, will be eligible to sit the STAT test and a diagnostic interview as above.

The Predicted ATAR entry pathway is not applicable for Direct Pathways to Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy and Podiatry.  The STAT test pathway is not available for any Direct Pathways or the Bachelor of Philosophy. The application process for these courses will be communicated shortly.

We’ve responded as quickly as possible so we can put Year 12 students minds at ease during this time of unprecedented uncertainty, more information on the 2021 admissions pathways for Year 12 students will be announced soon and students can register here to stay up-to-date. If you have any questions on the entry pathways, please contact Rick Ackerman (Manager, Assessments).

Please know that our Future Students Centre is here to support you during this time and answer any questions you may have. 

Phone: 131 UWA (131 892)

Enquire online:

The following career education resources are designed to support educators, parents and students and their learning communities during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.

https://myfuture.edu.au/footer/assist-others/career-exploration-at-home#/

Students can use their School email accounts as their username when logging in or signing up. 


(Private Provider)

Advice from the UCAT Consortium and Pearson VUE is that UCAT 2020 will be proceeding as usual in July.

MedEntry has recently published a comprehensive 'Medical Entry Handbook' which you can access at:

https://www.medentry.edu.au/resources/info/teachers

If you would like a printed version of the handbook, please let us Mr Wright know. 

Also find our free, online UCAT Bootcamp helpful, which can be accessed at:

https://www.medentry.edu.au/resources/ucat/free-bootcamp



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