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The latest Callistemon newsletter (18th October 2012) is available from our Newsletter page here.

 

Next Thursday, 2 August, is the Year 10 Course Counselling day.  Year 10 students are only required to attend school at their appointment time on the day. 
 
It is important that all Year 10 students seeking enrolment in a Year 11 program at the College in 2013 attend their appointment.  Students considering a course elsewhere next year must attend.  Non-attendance on the day may affect a student’s course and/or subject selections.
 
Appointment times have been distributed to students.
 
It is requested that parents or a guardian attend with students. 
Course counselling interviews will be held in Rooms C5, C6 and C7 at the college. 

The 24th May Callistemon Newsletter is available for download here

Find all the latest news from Grades 5 and 6 here.

Find out all the details on University and TAFE Open Days in our Careers section. 

                      INSTITUTION

DATE

TIME

CONTACT DETAILS

Australian Catholic University

Melbourne Campus

Ballarat Campus

 

Sun 12 August

Sun 26 August

 

9am – 4pm

10am – 3pm

 

1300 ASK ACU

www.acu.edu.au/openday

Australian National University

Sat 25 August

9am – 4pm

www.anu.edu.au/OpenDay

Deakin University

Warrnambool Campus

Geelong Campus (Waurn Ponds & Waterfront)

Melbourne (Burwood) Campus

 

Sun 12 August

Sun 19 August

Sun 26 August

 

9am – 2pm

9am – 3pm

9am – 4pm

 

1800 334 733

http://www.deakin.edu.au/openday/

La Trobe University

Albury-Wodonga Campus

Shepparton Campus

Mildura Campus

Bendigo Campus

Melbourne (Bundoora) Campus

 

Sun 5 August

Fri 10 August

Fri 17 August

Sun 19 August

Sun 26 August

 

10am – 2pm

3pm – 7pm

3pm – 7pm

10am – 4pm

10am – 4pm

 

1300 135 045

 

www.latrobe.edu.au/openday

Monash University

Gippsland, Berwick, Peninsula Campuses

Parkville, Clayton & Caulfield Campuses

 

Sat 4 August

Sun 5 August

 

10am – 4pm

10am – 4pm

 

1800 666 274

www.monash.edu.au/openday

Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE (NMIT)

NMIT Super Thursdays – all campuses

Thurs 21 June

Thurs 20 September

Thurs 18 October

Thurs 15 November

Thurs 29 November

Thurs 13 December

9am – 7pm

9am – 7pm

9am – 7pm

9am – 7pm

9am – 7pm

9am – 7pm

 

9269 8400

Email: course-enquiries@nmit.vic.edu.au

www.nmit.edu.au/superthursday

RMIT

City, Bundoora & Brunswick Campuses

 

Sun 12 August

 

10am – 4pm

9925 2260

www.rmit.edu.au

Swinburne University

Lilydale, Prahran, Hawthorn

 

Sun 19 August

 

10am – 4pm

 

1300 275 794

www.swinburne.edu.au/openday

University of Ballarat

Mount Helen Campus; SMB

 

Sun 26 August

 

10am – 3pm

1800 811 711

http://www.ballarat.edu.au/future-students/open-day

University of Melbourne

Parkville & Southbank Campuses

 

Sun 19 August

 

10am – 4pm

 

1800 801 662

http://openday.unimelb.edu.au/

Institute of Land and Environment – University of Melbourne

Burnley Open Day & Pruning Day

VET Open Day, University of Melbourne Veterinary Hospital 250 Princes Hwy, Werribee

 

 

Sun 15 July

Sun 25 March

 

 

11am – 3pm

10am – 3pm

 

 

As above

Victoria University

Footscray Park only

 

Sun 24 June

 

10am – 4pm

9688 4110

http://www.vu.edu.au/events/open-day-2012

William Angliss Institute of TAFE

 

Sun 5 August

 

10am – 4pm

9606 2111

http://www.angliss.edu.au/Open-Day-5-August

 

 

What happens on an Open Day?

On Open Day you can visit an institution when it’s at its best. Everyone is there – academics, lecturers, current students and information officers. More importantly, you can talk with academics, lecturers and current students about what certain courses are actually like, and what is required to get into them.

Who should attend an Open Day?

Anyone who is considering studying at a tertiary level in the next few years should attend.

 

Why should you attend an Open Day?

Apart from the opportunity to obtain course information there are many other reasons why attending an Open Day is a good idea:

·     You are going to feel more comfortable arriving at a university or TAFE institute on the first day of classes if you have been there before.

·     What is really involved in the course or courses you are interested in?

·     If you have to move away from home, where are you going to live?

·     Will you be happier studying in a large metropolitan institution or a smaller, perhaps rural institution?

·     What does the place ‘feel’ like? Is it a bustling environment with lots of activity or a quieter, more relaxed campus set in landscaped grounds?

·     How are you going to get there? Is it close to public transport or should you start saving now for a car?

If you don’t know the answers to any of these questions, then you should attend an Open Day!

How to make the best of Open Days

To make your Open Day visits fun and informative, here are some pointers:

·     Write down a list of questions you would like to ask about particular courses

·     Be there early. Crowds tend to develop as the day progresses

·     On arrival, get a map from a central point and ask for directions to the relevant faculties or schools

·     Ask questions!

·     Don’t spend the day collecting printed information only. Use the opportunity to speak directly with academics before applications close

·     Introduce yourself to selection officers if you feel it is appropriate, but don’t be pushy

·     Check out the residential colleges, if available. After all, it is you that will be living there.

·     Walk around the campus. Have a good look! See what sporting facilities and other services are available.

·     Enjoy the visit!

Not everyone can attend every Open Day and various Institutions hold their Open Days on the same date!  If you can’t attend an Open Day and you are interested in a particular institution, you may visit at other times. If you wish to speak to a particular person, it is essential to make an appointment first.

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