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What I wish I had known in first year uni

What I wish I had known in first year uni

SETTLING IN AT UNI Anna 4/4/2012 

Uni students year round lament the fact that they didn’t quite learn quick enough about just how different uni is to school. How does it work, how do I choose subjects, how do I go on exchange, where can I buy a good ham sandwich, which lectures can I miss, and where can I buy cheap textbooks? Here, students from universities across Australia tell you first-hand what they wish they had known when starting out at uni.

7 Famous Aussies with a Law Degree

7 Famous Aussies with a Law Degree

JOBS & INTERNSHIPS Talisa 20/12/13 

It’s often said that a law degree can ‘take you anywhere’. Well for these 7 Aussies that proved to be the case. Find out which well-known Aussies started their careers as lawyers before moving on to different pursuits and which shirked life in the courtroom altogether to find success in fields like journalism, entertainment and professional sports.

What Subjects Suit Your Personality?

What Subjects Suit Your Personality?

SURVIVING HIGH SCHOOL Courtney 17/12/13 

Choosing which subjects to study can be tough. By now, future year 9 and year 11 students will have already made their subject selections but nothing is yet set in stone! Most schools allow you to alter your subject choices in the first few weeks of the new school year so read our article to see which subjects may best suit your personality.

Congratulations to the Winner of Our Sculpture by the Sea Bondi Student Photography Competition

Congratulations to the Winner of Our Sculpture by the Sea Bondi Student Photography Competition

STUDENT LIFE 17/12/13 

The entries to our Sculpture by the Sea Student Photography Competition: Bondi 2013, proved that there’s a lot of talented people with a camera roaming around. Our judge, head photographer for Sculpture by the Sea, Clyde Yee, had a great time choosing the top three entries. Read on to have a look at the winning pictures and find out what the winners receive.

Win 1 of 5 DVD Packs from Entertainment One Hopscotch

Win 1 of 5 DVD Packs from Entertainment One Hopscotch

MOVIES AND BOOKS 10/12/13 

Win one of five DVD packs worth $59.90. Each pack contains a copy of the newly released films, Now You See Me ($34.95 RRP) and 100 Bloody Acres ($24.95 RRP). Enter if you are keen to see these epic movies become part of your DVD collection or wouldn’t mind getting your hands on what would make a great Christmas present.

Next:2013-An Exhibition of HSC Visual Artworks

Next:2013-An Exhibition of HSC Visual Artworks

We spoke to Cecil Hills High School graduate, Sarah Tleige, whose fantastic work, The Broken Cochlear, is being showcased in the NEXT: 2013 exhibition, at the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre. Sarah gives us some insight into her work and provides a great tip for current year 12 students.

6 Ways to Stay Productive During the Summer Holidays

6 Ways to Stay Productive During the Summer Holidays

SURVIVING HIGH SCHOOL Talisa 6/12/13 

Students who have just started year 12 are usually the only ones who actually need to study during the holidays. The rest of you are faced with a couple of months of free time. If you’re the type who becomes anxious at the prospect of being unproductive for long periods then this article is a must-read.

What Aspiring Entrepreneurs and Do-Gooders Can Learn From Robogals

What Aspiring Entrepreneurs and Do-Gooders Can Learn From Robogals

Did you know What Degree? Which University? is a proud partner of Robogals UNSW? Robogals started off as a small student club at the University of Melbourne and has since expanded worldwide. Quite an achievement for a bunch of undergrads, which is why we reckon there are a few lessons to learn from the organisation.

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What Degree? Which University? is a website dedicated to students, as they figure out the next stage of their lives. Run for school students, by university students, WD?WU? explores the many degree options available at different universities, as well as provides info from students in the know on uni life, student accommodation, careers and lifestyle, to help you decide your future. Read more




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To take this image Muna used a Canon 1000D with the standard EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 lens - his parents bought him the camera after he finished the HSC.

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