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The Sculpture by the Sea Cottesloe Youth Program is Looking for Members

The Sculpture by the Sea Cottesloe Youth Program is Looking for Members

AROUND TOWN 23/1/14 

If you’re a high school or university student in Western Australia then listen up! Sculpture by the Sea, Cottlesloe is looking for 6 students to join SXS Youth, a new initiative that will allow students to take an active part in Western Australia’s largest, free to the public, sculpture exhibition. It’s a great opportunity for students who aspire to work in the arts and want something great to add to their CV. Read on for more information.

How to Get Into Your Dream Degree if your ATAR isn

How to Get Into Your Dream Degree if your ATAR isn't up to Scratch

SETTLING IN AT UNI Alex 14/12/14 

ATAR results have been released and for some of you, you don’t need to wait for first round university offers to know that you haven’t gotten in to your dream degree. It’s a bummer but don’t lose hope. There are plenty of ways to study what you love! Read on for some advice and inspiration.

Comparing Arts degrees at universities in Melbourne

Comparing Arts degrees at universities in Melbourne

SETTLING IN AT UNI Michelle, Domenique 15/01/14 

Thinking about doing an Arts degree? Struggling to differentiate between the Arts degrees available at different universities? We've spoken to current Arts students from four major unis in Melbourne, to get insider knowledge about what makes each one unique. In this article, we bring you first-hand info about subjects on offer, how they're taught and assessed, and the strengths and weaknesses of Arts degrees at Monash, University of Melbourne, RMIT and Deakin.

Accommodation at and around the University of Adelaide

Accommodation at and around the University of Adelaide

STUDENT HOUSING Simone 12/1/13 

So you’ve decided to go to the University of Adelaide. Party time! But before the party starts, you need to work out where to live while you’re studying, if moving out of home is on your agenda. Well fear not, because there are many diverse options. Uni of Adelaide student, Simone, finely details what accommodation is available, the prices, the locations, and most importantly, whether there is a foosball table.

Comparing Business Degrees in NSW

Comparing Business Degrees in NSW

SETTLING IN AT UNI Melissa 14/01/14 

What's the difference between a business degree and a commerce degree? And what degree at which university is the right choice for you? We've done the research, spoken to the students themselves, and packaged-up all the information you need to compare and contrast business degrees at the major universities in Sydney. Read on to find out each degree's salient features and get feedback straight from the horse's mouth. Et voila! Decision made faster than you can say "the next Steve Jobs".

What you need to know about transferring degrees

What you need to know about transferring degrees

SETTLING IN AT UNI Talisa 14/1/14 

Ever been told your ATAR shouldn’t define your future? Well, it’s true, because transferring degrees once you’re at uni is the most common way to get into the course you want. Knowing the transfer requirements can make the process easier. Not having the right info at hand may see you facing a lot of red tape; or even worse, have your plans for transfer delayed. Find out how the process works and what the experts say to begin planning ahead.

Comparing Law Degrees at Universities in NSW

Comparing Law Degrees at Universities in NSW

SETTLING IN AT UNI Melissa 13/1/14 

So you’ve decided to study law. But what law degree, at which university, is the right one for you? We’ve done some research on your behalf, and spoken to current law students from all major law schools in New South Wales. We've got the low-down on the key features, how subjects are taught and examined, what students loved about their degrees and what could have been better. This article compares and contrasts law degrees in NSW so you can decide which one fits you best.

New Year’s Resolutions Every Student Makes

New Year’s Resolutions Every Student Makes

SURVIVING HIGH SCHOOL Talisa 114 

Most students make similar New Year’s Resolutions each year. We will study more and procrastinate less! We will get better at time management! We will put more effort into assignments! Sound familiar? While these resolutions are popular, many of us only make a half-hearted attempt to accomplish them. Find out what resolutions students are most notorious for making and follow our tips on how actually accomplish them in 2014.

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