Tips To Survive The Exam Period

Tips To Survive The Exam Period

Students feeling the pressure of the exam period may find themselves compromising their main life needs to get by, but this can harm their results in the end.
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  • Overseas Students Have Their Own Ombudsman

    13:42' 10-08-2017

    Overseas Students Have Their Own Ombudsman

    An Ombudsman helps people who have problems with Australian businesses and government agencies. There are different Ombudsmen for different businesses and parts of government.

  • Social Media Platform Key To Industry Learning

    13:49' 09-08-2017

    Social Media Platform Key To Industry Learning

    A newly developed learning platform, called Opentute, uses social media methods for learning and engaging with industry.

  • Schools Failing To Prepare Young Victorians For Work

    20:01' 03-08-2017

    Schools Failing To Prepare Young Victorians For Work

    Over three quarters (76%) of young Victorians believe their schools or universities have failed to prepare them for the world of work, according to the latest research from youth career coaching firm, TwoPointZero.

  • Funds Will Help Students To Financial Literacy

    19:48' 31-07-2017

    Funds Will Help Students To Financial Literacy

    The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) considers being MoneySmart is a core life skill, and has developed the MoneySmart Teaching program to develop consumer and financial literacy capabilities in young Australians.

  • Students Offered A Voice For Engagement

    20:07' 24-07-2017

    Students Offered A Voice For Engagement

    The Victorian Student Representative Council (VicSRC) is partnering with the State Government to help make student voice a priority, and empower students to fully participate in school life.

  • Conference Opens The Door To International Careers

    15:18' 20-07-2017

    Conference Opens The Door To International Careers

    International students who are looking for advice or ideas about their future career would be well advised to attend the 13th International Careers Conference in Melbourne on 25 August.

  • International Graduates Are Finding Employment

    15:21' 17-07-2017

    International Graduates Are Finding Employment

    Many students come to Australia from overseas to complete their education, in the hope of increasing their job chances. A recent study shows that this is generally successful.

  • Australia Is Far Behind In Second Language Learning

    15:14' 17-07-2017

    Australia Is Far Behind In Second Language Learning

    Few people would be surprised that one in four Australians do not speak English at home, as recent Census statistics show. Australia owes much of its development to waves of migration throughout the last century.

  • Software Company Partners With Melbourne Business School

    18:26' 07-07-2017

    Software Company Partners With Melbourne Business School

    Analytics software company Zetaris has announced its partnership with the Melbourne Business School (MBS), as a Corporate Member supporting the activities of the Centre for Business Analytics, usually known as “The Centre”.

  • Three Skills Kids Need In The Climate Change Age

    18:33' 03-07-2017

    Three Skills Kids Need In The Climate Change Age

    The United Nations defines climate change as the biggest challenge facing humanity. Australian not-for-profit organisation Planet Ark Environmental Foundation has prepared a report, sponsored by Toyota Australia, to identify the crucial skills students will need most to tackle climate change, and other global challenges, in the future.

  • Another Chance For Western Suburbs Students

    14:56' 03-07-2017

    Another Chance For Western Suburbs Students

    Western Chances scholarships are awarded to talented and motivated young people in Melbourne’s west who work hard and are recognised by their nominators, teachers, lecturers and the wider community. A new round of applications will open on Monday 17 July.

  • Learning To Code Can Help Your Job Chances

    14:59' 28-06-2017

    Learning To Code Can Help Your Job Chances

    A computer can only achieve a result or perform an action by following a path of “yes” and “no” decisions. Each command that a computer follows is a unique combination of these decisions, in a chosen order, like a set of rules. Computer coding is used to write that set of rules, the program.

  • Plan Properly To Win A Scholarship

    15:36' 21-06-2017

    Plan Properly To Win A Scholarship

    Scholarships provide valuable extra study assistance, and are also a bright star on your CV. However, they are in limited supply, so you have to get your application right if you want to win one. Lucie Towers, of Insider Guides, provides some useful tips on how to do this.

  • Australian Unis Hold High World Ranking

    15:22' 19-06-2017

    Australian Unis Hold High World Ranking

    The QS World University Ranking places five Australian universities among the top 50 higher education institutions in the world, according to a recent report, with seven in the top 100.

  • Bold Education Vision For The Inner West

    15:24' 15-06-2017

    Bold Education Vision For The Inner West

    A new learning precinct will link, expand and upgrade schools across Melbourne’s inner western suburbs, integrating learning at all levels from early childhood to university.

  • Update Your Study Load To Avoid Debts

    19:51' 08-06-2017

    Update Your Study Load To Avoid Debts

    A new payment review introduced by the Government last July has saved thousands of students from falling into debt.

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