VCA and MCM School Programs
The Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) runs a series of engaging events throughout the year, which have been specially designed for senior secondary school students and their teachers. Details are yet to be finalised, however students are invited to register participation for any of the events in our annual program series via the event listings here. Events will be available in Dance, Film & Television, Music Theatre, Production, Theatre and Visual Arts.
The Melbourne Conservatorium of Music (MCM) also runs a series of events for Year 10-12 secondary school students and teachers can also register to receive more information at this link.
Key VTAC dates for 2017/2018
Applications open: 9am, Monday 7 August 2017
Timely applications close: 5pm, Thursday 28 September 2017
Release of ATAR and VCE results: 7am, Friday 15 December
Release of Round 1 offers: 16 January
*** Please note, some courses close August 31.
Career in surveying?
Considering a career in surveying?
RMIT is offering a series of free workshops and students interested in a career as a land surveyor are invited to attend.
The workshops are practical one-hour sessions and will give students the opportunity to gain insight into the industry and see the current surveying equipment used in the industry including a digital level, total station, GPS and laser scanner.
RMIT teaching staff will be on hand to answer all questions.
Events are held each month at RMIT's Field Station at Yarra Bend and are designed for students in years 10 -12.
Session are being held on:
Registrations are essential. Click the dates for more information.
Early Closure Deadlines
Please click on the link below to find the tertiary courses available in Victoria with early closure dates:
RMIT Nuclear Medicine Hospital
RMIT Nuclear Medicine Hospital Visits
These school holidays we're offering students in years 10, 11 and 12 the opportunity to go behind the scenes in a Nuclear Medicine clinical department in one of Melbourne’s major hospitals, including St Vincent's and the Austin Hospital.
Students can find out more about the important role nuclear medicine technologists play in the diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of disease.
Students will get to see whether a career as a nuclear medicine technologist might be right for them.
When: Tuesday 26th September 10am or 2pm
Where: St Vincent's Hospital in Fitzroy or the Austin Hospital in Heidelberg. Details regarding meeting points will be provided closer to the date.
Cost: Tours are free, but students must register as places are limited.
For further information about this event, please contact Michelle Hammond via email email@example.com.