Film, TV & Radio 2-day Experience
Students who have a high interest in the industry and future aspirations to study film, television or radio in grade 11 or 12 have the opportunity to register to attend the USQ Film, Television and Radio (FTR) Two Day Experience. This is an opportunity, limited to just 56 (21 Film, 25 Television and 10 Radio) school students. Students must register via our website or to find out more information please emailFaculty.firstname.lastname@example.org call 07 3470 4154.
Accelerated Entry Pathway Program
Current Year 12 students (both OP and non-OP) can prepare for undergraduate study by undertaking the free Accelerated Entry Pathway Program (AEPP) at USQ over the summer semester. On successful completion of the AEPP, students will be eligible to apply for a wide range of undergraduate programs at USQ. Please visit our website for key dates and further information. Alternatively phone 1800 803 781 or email@example.com.
McGregor Summer Music Retreat
Now Open for Bookings!
Welcome to our 2019 McGregor Music Retreat... your chance to create, collaborate and connect with other musicians of all levels, and tutors who are experts in their fields.
Observe a class – Monday, 24 September to Friday, 12 October
During the September school holiday period, students can come and sit in on a class of their choice alongside current students to see what university life is really like at Bond.
Students can discover what their passion is through our array of Experience Days. Bond University opens its doors throughout the year to provide Year 11 and 12 students with the opportunity to experience what life is like at Bond both inside and outside of the classroom. During our experience days, students attend sample lectures and participate in interactive workshops as well as access to Bond's learning facilities, our academic and senior staff; accommodation and dining facilities and our current students.
- Careers in Business, Hotel and Tourism Management, Sport Management, Actuarial Science and Commerce – Wednesday, 24 October.
Learn more and register for our Experience Days here.
Vice-Chancellor's Scholarships now open
Students tell us that receiving a Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship is a wonderful thing, not just for the financial support, but also the connections with other recipients and opportunities it brings. Check out the academic, elite athlete and creative industries Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarships now.
Get Ready for QUT—27 and 28 September
With QTAC applications due soon, the September school holidays are a good time for students considering QUT to take a tour of our campuses, hear from current students and attend a seminar about getting into uni. Check the details and register now.
Consider START QUT for uni experience
START QUT, our university experience program for high-achieving students, is currently accepting applications for 2019 from students in Year 11.
Seek approval from Mr Pattearson or Mrs Buksh. Must not interfere with school studies and attendance should be outside school hours.
Entry reminders for creative industries and education courses
Students considering creative industries courses with additional entry requirements must apply, and register for their audition/interview or submit their portfolio, by 5pm on Friday 14 September. Students planning to undertake a teaching course next year must complete a questionnaire and written statement as part of their QTAC application.
UQ College University Prerequisite Course - apply now
UQ College is offering a short, four week Intensive Program to assist any student that requires a prerequisite subject for their desired tertiary program in the QTAC January Major Offer Round.
Courses in Mathematics B, Biology or Chemistry are delivered on the UQ St Lucia campus from Tuesday 20 November - Saturday 15 December for students missing a prerequisite subject.
Successful completion of an individual course will satisfy the relevant prerequisite at UQ. Results will be available in time for the January 2019 QTAC Major Offer Round.
Discover more here.
Queensland Mathematics Summer School - register now
The Queensland Mathematics Summer School at UQ (QMSS) is a five-day program from Monday 21 - Friday 25 January 2019 for mathematically talented Year 10 students planning to study Year 11 Mathematics B (Mathematical Methods) and Mathematics C (Specialist Mathematics) in 2019.
More than just a summer camp, QMSS is an exciting opportunity to meet a wide variety of people who share a common love of learning and passion for mathematics.Students will learn about the beauty of advanced mathematical ideas and be exposed to new ways of thinking.
At QMSS, students can explore undergraduate and even graduate-level topics while building problem-solving skills that will help them in any field they choose to study.
Discover more here.
UQ Key Dates
UQ Academic Scholarships deadline, Friday 16 November
OP Results Advice Night, Monday 17 December