Attending university is an exciting step in life. It can also be a daunting one, particularly if you are going to uni as a mature student. There’s a preconception that undertaking university studies after taking time off can make excelling in your studies more difficult than heading straight into study
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The transitional period from school to work can be a daunting time for our youth. Our exhibitions help students explore a wide range of academic and career opportunities to discover a future that is right for them.
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What does twice-Nobel Prize winner Marie Curie, Hollywood actress Hedy Lamar, and children’s author Beatrix Potter have in common? They were all women working in STEM – science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Curie pioneered radioactivity. Lamar was both a movie star and scientist: creating the wireless technology we use today
If your ATAR score is too low for your desired course, you may be feeling slightly disappointed about your chances of studying your chosen profession. However, this isn’t an uncommon predicament for people, and there are actually plenty of ways to get into uni without an ATAR. 4 tips to