The University of Melbourne would like to invite students to attend our Information Day for interstate students and their families at our Parkville campus on Monday 2 October 9:00am – 5:00pm.
The day will focus on aspects of the university that are of greater concern to interstate students such as the application process, scholarships, student services, the student experience and accommodation options. Participants will have an opportunity to ask current University of Melbourne students who have come from interstate about their experience and how they managed the transition. The program will also include a campus tour and residential college tour. Lunch will be provided on the day.
Register for STAR Early Entry before 15 September to gain an early offer to study with Southern Cross University based on your school principal’s recommendation. You can register online and there are no application fees. If successful you will receive your offer to study with Southern Cross University ahead of the crowd. You won’t need to wait to find out your Year 12 results before you start making plans for university! Step 1: Download your STAR Early Entry Student Advice Guide. Step 2: Choose your course by visiting Southern Cross University’s course options or talking with our Future Students Team. Step 3: Click on the Register Now! button below and complete your STAR Early Entry registration nominating your first and second course preferences. Step 4: If successful, in October/November you will receive an offer to commence study in 2018. The offer will be sent to the email address you supplied in your registration – use your private email not your school email address. Accepting is easy! Your offer will contain a link, just click on this link to accept and enrol in your course. If you would like help with course selection or completing your STAR registration, reply to this email or call us on 1800 626 481.
Year 12 students in Mr Mark Lockett’s Engineering Technology class were presented with the benefits of pursuing a career in engineering by visiting Head of Department Professor Roger Lumley from La Trobe University, Melbourne.
Professor Roger Lumley has degrees in Metallurgy and Materials Engineering, and is a registered (chartered) Mechanical Engineer. In addition to being a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering, he is also a Fellow of the Institute of Engineers, Australia. He is a member of Materials Australia, and internationally recognised in both research and industry for his work in materials engineering and his contributions to manufacturing industries. He has over 20 years’ experience in manufacturing, R&D and project management. He is an advocate for Australian manufacturing and industry based R&D.
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