Save Money On College Textbooks

Save Money On College Textbooks

College textbooks put a strain on a student’s tight budget every semester. Here are some smart strategies from Insider Guides to help you get your textbook costs down.
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  • YouTube Channel To Guide Students

    15:00' 07-02-2019

    YouTube Channel To Guide Students

    For international students in Australia, it is not just their courses which present a challenge.

  • Boot Camp For Computer Coders

    14:13' 07-02-2019

    Boot Camp For Computer Coders

    Monash University will host a boot camp in May to introduce computer coding skills to interested students.

  • Students Make The Perfect Tutors

    02:52' 07-12-2018

    Students Make The Perfect Tutors

    Most students need a little extra income to help with their living expenses. Although there is a good range of unskilled casual work available, offering your service as a part-time tutor is probably the job that fits best with your study life.

  • New Training Chances For Geelong Students

    19:53' 09-10-2018

    New Training Chances For Geelong Students

    The new Geelong Tech School, officially opened this week at The Gordon Institute’s Geelong campus, will give more than 20,000 students from 23 schools access to the latest technology and programs.

  • Return Of Trade Papers Gives Hope To Apprentices

    14:47' 18-09-2018

    Return Of Trade Papers Gives Hope To Apprentices

    The Victorian government will bring back the formal recognition of trade apprenticeship by Trade Papers, for apprentices who have successfully completed their training over the last five years.

  • Test Your Basic Financial Literacy

    15:20' 10-09-2018

    Test Your Basic Financial Literacy

    In the HILDA survey, only 24% of people aged 15-24 answered these five questions correctly, compared with 55% for those aged 55-64.

  • More Support For Adult Learners

    15:04' 10-09-2018

    More Support For Adult Learners

    Victoria’s adult community education sector will be able to provide more people with the foundation skills they need to get a job or undertake further training under a new state government program.

  • Students Ready To Hit The Stage Again

    15:14' 03-09-2018

    Students Ready To Hit The Stage Again

    Thousands of Victorian students have been perfecting dance moves, memorising lyrics and tuning instruments to prepare for this year’s Victorian State Schools Spectacular.

  • Helping Our Students Aim For Zero

    14:57' 29-08-2018

    Helping Our Students Aim For Zero

    A world-first road safety education complex has opened at the Melbourne Museum to start Victorian students on their journey to becoming safer drivers.

  • New Rules For Student Loan Scheme

    14:32' 21-08-2018

    New Rules For Student Loan Scheme

    The Federal Government’s plan for a more sustainable higher education student loans scheme has passed the Parliament, by one vote.

  • Students Spend A Week On Mars

    14:36' 20-08-2018

    Students Spend A Week On Mars

    Victoria’s next generation of scientists, astronomers and engineers got some real hands-on experience of working in the space industry during Science Week (11-19 August).

  • Events To Support And Help Students

    17:57' 06-08-2018

    Events To Support And Help Students

    International Students have many needs, ranging from finding suitable work to making new friends, getting assistance with resumes, or simply improving their language skills.

  • Young Leaders To Explore Indonesia

    18:31' 23-07-2018

    Young Leaders To Explore Indonesia

    Victorian students will soon have the opportunity to travel to Indonesia for an immersion experience that will prepare them to live and work as future leaders on a global scale.

  • Tertiary Education Framework Under The Spotlight

    18:49' 17-07-2018

    Tertiary Education Framework Under The Spotlight

    An expert panel has been asked to review Australia’s Qualifications Framework (AQF), the national policy for regulated qualifications in Australian education and training. The review will ensure it continues to meet the needs of students, education providers and employers.

  • Video Game Aims At Serious Schooling

    20:20' 16-07-2018

    Video Game Aims At Serious Schooling

    The Office of the eSafety Commissioner has launched a new video game, designed for students to play in the classroom to help encourage digital intelligence and online safety skills.

  • Life Skills For Students Far Away From Home

    19:33' 11-07-2018

    Life Skills For Students Far Away From Home

    Young people studying far away from home need to know important life skills for their comfort and safety.

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