|8 Aug 2022|
Build your Career with Visy
Wednesday 10 August 2022, 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Visy is an Australian-owned, global leader dedicated to making serious progress in the sustainable packaging and recycling industries.
With 120 sites throughout Australia and New Zealand, Visy is paving the way for real change in sustainability – and they want to meet you.
Whether you’re the driving force behind your school’s recycling program or have a passion for making a difference, the Early Careers pathways at Visy cater to all. You can join directly from high school or post-degree; Visy meets you where you’re at with a focus on continuous growth and development.
UAC Digital | Let’s Chat – Social Science and Arts
Wednesday 10 August 2022, 6:00 pm
Social Science and Arts degrees cover many different areas of study and specialties – so we want to help you navigate the different degrees and application.
Once the session is over you’ll understand:
And we’ll give answers to the most commonly asked questions!
UAC Digital | Let’s Chat – Law
Thursday 11 August 2022, 6:00 pm
In this session we’ll give HSC students and their parents the information they need when applying for a Law degree in NSW and the ACT. We’ll be joined by university experts to discuss:
And we’ll give answers to the most commonly asked questions!
Avondale University | Open Day 2022
Tuesday 16 August 2022, 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Open Day is your opportunity to experience Avondale. You can choose to come to our all-courses or nursing-specific Open Day events.
By attending our Open Day, you will:
Find out more: https://study.avondale.edu.au/opendayregistration.html
WEP | Student Exchange Info Session
Tuesday 16 August 2022, 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Imagine making friends from all over the world, learning about yourself and the world around you and seeing sights you could only dream of! Find out more about your student exchange opportunities at WEP’s online info session.
UNSW | 2022 Co-op Chat – Business
Tuesday 16 August 2022, 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The world of business spans a huge range of career opportunities from the Finance Sector, Marketing Sector and even the Maths Sector. If any of these sound like an area you might be interested in pursuing for your career join us for a Business Careers Chat!
Hear from industry partners and sponsors, Co-op alumni, and current scholars as they share their experience of working and studying in these Business areas and answer any questions you might have about the experience.
eSafety | Popular Apps Webinar
Tuesday 16 August 2022, 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Learn about TikTok, Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube and help your children stay safe online.
This webinar is designed for parents and carers of young people aged 8 to 13.
It will cover:
Find out more: https://www.esafety.gov.au/parents/webinars
UNSW | 2022 Co-op Chat – Technology
Wednesday 17 August 2022, 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Technology Sector spans a huge range of career opportunities, from software development, digital technologies and cyber security to business process design & analysis, network design, enterprise system development, and beyond. If any of these sound like an area you might be interested in pursuing for your career join us for a Technology Careers Chat!
Hear from industry partners and sponsors, Co-op alumni, and current scholars as they share their experience of working and studying in the Technology sector and answer any questions you might have about the experience.
University of Sydney | Meet Sydney – Armidale
Thursday 18 August 2022, 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Armidale City Bowling Club
Join us for an information evening to find out all you need to know about the University of Sydney!
The session will cover courses, admission requirements, entry schemes/pathways, fees, and scholarships, as well as support available on campus. Uni students and alumni from Regional NSW will share stories, tips on moving away from home and advice about their journey to university and beyond.
PwC | Higher Apprenticeship Information Night
Thursday 18 August 2022, 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
If you haven’t gone to university but want to receive professional training to set you up in the technology industry, join our Higher Apprenticeship Program. And the best part of being a PwC Higher Apprentice? You’ll get to earn an income while learning new skills and receiving two technology qualifications!
Experts will coach you in their field. You’ll learn in a hands-on environment, forming relationships that will set you apart. You’ll tackle varied, challenging work with a tangible impact on the community and business world.
Once you complete the Higher Apprenticeship program, you’ll have the chance to join our Graduate program and continue growing at PwC. In 2022, 90% of the Higher Apprentices were offered graduate roles.
UNSW | 2022 Co-op Chat – Engineering
Thursday 18 August 2022, 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Engineering sector encompasses a huge range of careers and specialisations from Civil, Chemical, Electrical and Mechanical, to Biomedical, and Photovoltaic & Renewable Energy. If you like to design, create and problem solve, and these sound like an area you might be interested in pursuing for your career, join us for an Engineering Careers Chat!
Hear from industry partners and sponsors, Co-op alumni, and current scholars as they share their experience of working and studying in the Engineering sector and answer any questions you might have about the experience.
University of Sydney | Pathways to Global Literacy
Wednesday 24 August 2022, 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm
You’re studying Society and Culture, or History, or a Language at school, and wondering how you can build on this at uni. You’re interested in a particular part of the world that resonates with you. Sounds like a match? If so, Area Studies may be for you. Area Studies combines different perspectives to focus on one particular region, such as Asia, Europe, Latin America or the Middle East, in its own terms. Area Studies allows you to study past and present society and culture in these regions. This webinar will provide an overview of Area Studies and its benefits, and will introduce a sample of our many Area Studies offerings.
Life after school: Broaden your horizons with Macquarie
Thursday 1 September 2022, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Do you think a career in financial services is all about spreadsheets and dusty calculators? Think again!
We’re Macquarie – and we will show you everything a future career in banking and financial services has to offer.
At Macquarie, we’re building a better future – whether that’s accelerating the green energy transition, helping sustain global food supplies, financing social housing projects, investing in essential infrastructure or designing tomorrow’s technology solutions – and we need YOU to help us do it.
If you’re in Year 11 or 12, wondering about life after school, allow us to show you what a career with Macquarie can look like. Join us for this immersive virtual event where you’ll get to hear from (and ask questions!) key members of our team as we explore:
Just who Macquarie are, what we do, and how we’re making a difference.
The diverse career paths available for young people.
The study subjects and degree programs we look for and how they align with our roles.
Our top tips for making the most of the time you have now for future success.
Where a career with Macquarie could take you.
This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone keen to explore a future in financial services and gain exclusive insights on planning your journey from one of the industry leaders.
Sydney Design School | Info Session
Wednesday 7 September 2022, 6:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Sydney Design School
Find out everything you need to know about our flexible courses and career support. Our Director, Amanda Grace will introduce you to our unique philosophy, passionate Educators and industry focused approach to learning.
You can also join an on campus session live online via Zoom if you would prefer to stay at home.
Find out more: https://sydneydesignschool.com.au/information-sessions/
ACU | Talk with Nurses and Midwives
Wednesday 5 October 2022, 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Caring for others gives more than it takes. A career in nursing or midwifery means a career helping others.
Join us online to hear from ACU alumni about their experiences working as nurses and midwives. Take part in a Q&A session with our graduates and learn what it is like working on the frontline and using your skills to help people when they need it the most.
SCU | Q & A Webinar
Tuesday 11 October 2022, 6:00 pm
Join our Q & A webinar. We will walk you through the process of applying, accepting your offer and enrolling to study at Southern Cross. You will hear from study experts and current students about popular pathways into university, Southern Cross Model, student support, studying online and graduate employment outcomes.
Find out more: https://www.scu.edu.au/info-sessions/
NIE | UCAT and Pathways into Medicine Webinar
Wednesday 12 October 2022, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Are you currently studying in years 10, 11 or 12? Are you considering a career in medicine or dentistry? If you have answered yes, then you may need to sit a compulsory entry exam known as UCAT (Undergraduate Medicine and Health Sciences Admission Test) before you can apply to certain universities.
The National Institute of Education (NIE) is proud to present the free information seminar all about UCAT and the undergraduate pathways into medicine, dentistry, and some other health science programs. This is not a sales/advertising/promotional seminar. The session is packed with invaluable information during which we will be covering the following topics and more.
This forum is an excellent opportunity for teachers, students, and parents to find out about the UCAT and to have their questions answered by an expert who has been working in the field since 1999.
UNE | Science @ Central
Wednesday 17 August 2022, 2:00 pm - Saturday 20 August 2022, 2:00 pm
National Science week is Australia’s annual celebration of Science and Technology. Running each year in August, it features more than 1000 events around Australia.
This year’s National Science Week theme is “Glass: More Than Meets the Eye”. Join the UNE Discovery team during National Science Week for some hands-on science play!
Come and look at the world a little differently through one of our microscopes or magnifying glasses. Explore our biological, ecological and geological specimens.
Have you ever wondered where rainbows come from? Come and create one with our glass prisms. Or become a light bender with some glass lenses. And while you’re at it, why not make glass sing! There will be short activities, science experts to answer your questions, and most importantly, some National Science Week fun.
WSU | Free HSC Study Sessions
Monday 26 September 2022, 9:30 am - Friday 30 September 2022, 4:30 pm
From 26-30 September 2022, Western Sydney University is offering a range of online study sessions to assist Year 12 students in their preparations for the HSC.
Delivered by highly qualified senior teachers, 26 free sessions across 14 key HSC subject areas, the sessions will include content analysis, tips and strategies, and a detailed exploration of key syllabus and curriculum areas. Students will also have the opportunity to sit a practice exam and deconstruction, with feedback and advice from experts.
ACU Accommodation Award for High Achievers
Value: 20% accommodation fee remission
Open/Closing Dates: August 1, 2022 – March 1, 2023
This accommodation scholarship supports high-achieving students undertaking undergraduate studies at ACU.
UOW the Illawarra Centenary of ANZAC Scholarship
Value: $5,000 AUD per year
Open/Closing Dates: July 21, 2022 – December 9, 2022
The Illawarra ANZAC Scholarship is offered to assist students from the Illawarra (Wollongong, Shellharbour, Kiama) with their academic goals whilst undertaking studies at UOW. Applicants must have a connection to the Australian Defence Force, with either themselves, a parent or grandparent having served in an operational or peacekeeping role. Operational service with the Army Reserve qualifies.
UNSW Yiu-Cheung Medical Gateway Scholarship
Value: $10,000 AUD
Open/Closing Dates: July 14, 2022 – September 30, 2022
The purpose of the Scholarship is to award a scholarship to a student enrolled through the Gateway Medicine Pathway or any successor scholarship scheme at UNSW for students from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Macquarie Business School Academic Excellence Scholarship
Value: Up to $10,000 AUD per year
Open/Closing Dates: April 4, 2022 – February 3, 2023
The Macquarie Business School Academic Excellence Scholarship will recognise your potential and provide you with financial support as you study business at Macquarie University.
Elevate: Boosting women in STEM scholarships
Value: Up to $82,000 AUD
Open/Closing Dates: July 29, 2022 – September 30, 2022
In addition to providing financial support, the program aims to address gender inequities in STEM through fostering more women-led industry-academia collaborations in applied research and business, growing professional skills of women in STEM and by propelling women into leadership.
Find out more: https://www.atse.org.au/career-pathways/elevate/
Maths Modelling Challenge 2022
Ever wondered the maths behind how a pandemic spreads? Or the environmental impact of getting a lift to school? Or do you want to find out the link between climate change and your WhatsApp messages?
Put your analytic brains to the test, working in small groups students have 3 real world mathematics challenges to choose and work through. Celebrating mathematics and the spirit of competition, this event aims to help high school students develop positive attitudes towards analytical thinking and mathematics that can assist in future careers.
The challenge is open to years 7 – 12 with entries welcome from all teams across year levels. There are no minimum team requirements per school entry. Enter a class in all year levels or just one, whatever works for you!
Join in and explore how mathematical modelling can show us not only how the world around us works – but how it can help to change it.
Entries close 26 August.
The Bond University Film & Television Awards (BUFTA) is one of the premier film competitions for High School students around Australia. BUFTA gives Year 11 and 12 students the chance to win a full scholarship to study a Bachelor of Film and Television at Bond University.
There are no themes to adhere to, no objects you must use, no-one else’s message to relay, simply let your imagination and ambition be your guide. There are eight categories that can be entered into, so grab your camera and go.
Entries are open until 15 September.
Find out more and enter here: https://www.bufta.com.au/
Anthology Magazine Poetry Prize 2022
Established to recognise and encourage excellence in the craft of poetry writing and to provide a platform for publication, the Poetry Award is open to original and previously unpublished poems in the English language.
Entries are invited from poets of all nationalities, living anywhere in the world. Poems submitted must be on the theme of ‘Dreams’ and should not exceed 40 lines. There is no limit to entries per person.
The winner will receive a €500 cash prize and the chance to see their work published in a future issue of Anthology. The winner will also receive a one-year subscription to Anthology magazine.
Entries close 31 October 2022.
goIT Girls – Virtual Work Experience Program
The goIT Girls program is a week-long work experience program aimed at female students in Years 10 and 11. At TCS, we are empowering Australian students with the skills they need to be ready for the workplace of the future.
Participants will meet senior executives from our company and from our client organisations. These executives will provide insight into the various STEM roles that exist across the business spectrum, with the hope of inspiring a new generation of innovators, problem solvers and technology professionals. The aim is to provide insight into the existence of gender occupational stereotypes in the technology industry in order to challenge and eventually overcome them.
goIT Girls has four areas of focus:
This is a free program for students in years 10-11 enrolled in Australian schools. The program is aimed at young women who are curious about a career in technology. Students do not need any prior experience with technology to participate.
Program dates for 2022 (held online from 9:30am – 1:30pm AEST):
Grandshake Virtual Work Experiences
Grandshake offers a ton of awesome Virtual Work Experience programs for young people across Australia aged 14-19. These programs are a great way to get a taste of your dream career, all from your own home. And they help you learn some valuable skills along the way as well.
The programs run all year, during school and the holidays, so you can sign up to start at any time. The programs typically run for four weeks, with a 2-4 hour commitment per week. Best of all, they’re totally free.
Take a look at some of the programs you can explore:
Top 5 Jobs for Night Owls
Do you dread waking up at the break of dawn? Think working from 9 to 5 might not be for you?
Don’t worry – there are plenty of jobs out there for those who are more active at night. We’ve listed our top 5 below.
1. Security Guard
A job as a security guard often means you’ll be staying up late, protecting places like nightclubs and business while they’re closed, as well as going over security footage.
You’ll need to be fit and strong for this job, and be okay with working on your own for long periods of time.
Want to know more about becoming a security guard? Take a look at our Security Industry Job Spotlight.
2. Nurse or Paramedic
Health emergencies can occur at any time of the day or night, so nurses and paramedics need to be on call at all times.
Although this can be a physically and emotionally draining job, it’s also extremely rewarding, and best suited to those passionate about helping others.
3. Call Centre Agent
A job as a call centre agent is easy to start with no qualifications required. Call centres are often open all hours, ready to receive calls from clients from around the world.
You’ll need to be patient and a great communicator.
Interested? Check out our Call Centre Agent Job Spotlight.
4. Freelance Writer
Although writers might not have to work at night, the flexibility to choose your own hours can be a great bonus. Writing is also a varied career, with options in journalism, copywriting, or even creative writing.
Though having flexible work hours is nice, you’ll need to be disciplined and stick to your schedule.
You can find out about career pathways in writing in this Job Spotlight.
5. Air Traffic Controller
Just like most of the things on this list, air travel doesn’t stop at night. As an air traffic controller, you could be called in to work shifts overnight.
If you’re focused and a quick-thinker, looking for a job that can take you anywhere in the world, this could be perfect for you.
Read more about a career in Air Traffic Control in our Job Spotlight.
Study Overseas – information from the Australian Government
The Australian Government has put together some information for students planning to Study Overseas – there are lots of useful tips, advice and links to resources that could help you to make it all happen.
What you need to know about Co-op Scholarships
Successfully applying for a co-op scholarship could do much more for you than simply covering your costs.
Premium scholarships with extra value
Scholarships are generally sums of money donated to applicants who meet the eligibility requirements specific to that scholarship. There are thousands available in Australia.
They could really make a difference to your tertiary education experience by removing financial pressure and other barriers that could otherwise prevent you from achieving your goals. Or they could help you start your working life with less debt than you’d otherwise have.
How great is that?
Co-op Scholarships go the extra mile. Not only do they provide some financial benefit (or in some cases a lot), they could also provide you with amazing extras such as:
Who can apply for a Co-op Scholarship?
Each scholarship is unique to the institution or provider, so you’ll have to check that you’ll meet the eligibility requirements before you spend time applying.
Co-op scholarships are generally open to high achievers. If you think that doesn’t sound like you, it’s still worth checking – merit isn’t just given for amazing academic results, although it is often a pre-requisite.
Some scholarships will accept applications from people who’ve been recommended by their school for their outstanding contributions. Others want to reward individuals who’ve worked hard and made a difference with community involvement, or perhaps have shown great potential with their leadership abilities.
Competitive but worth the rewards
These esteemed scholarships are highly sought after, so the applications can be highly competitive – but they are definitely worth your time applying.
Many of these programs have a 100% success rate for employment upon graduation.
You might receive an income while you’re still studying at uni, as some internships are salaried.
If you don’t leave university with a job already lined up, the fact that you received a Co-op Scholarship will look fantastic on your resume, could appeal to potential employers, and may have provided you with relevant work experience and useful industry contacts.
In other words, you’ll definitely be ahead of the pack.
There are benefits to just applying for a co-op scholarship
Putting yourself forward for Co-op Scholarships and completing the application will give you invaluable experience in completing intricate applications and doing well at interviews.
Your confidence could receive a little boost knowing that you’re considered eligible, that your application was considered, and that you put yourself outside your comfort zone and survived intact.
In some cases, if your application isn’t successful but the panel were impressed by your application, they could suggest alternative scholarships and programs to apply for.
Even if you don’t exactly meet the eligibility requirements but you’re close, you’ve excelled in some areas and your application really stands out, providers might just bend the rules for an outstanding candidate…it could be you.
So what’s the catch?
If you’re granted one of these highly prized Co-op Scholarships you’ll be expected to take your studies seriously.
You’ll have to make sure you stay on track and achieve your predicted ATAR results (or better).
Once you’ve enrolled at university and started your course, you’ll have to maintain the required GPA in order to keep the scholarship. You might even have to comply with other requirements, e.g.:
Help out at orientation week
Commit to helping out on campus
Active involvement within your chosen department
Attending all additional programs and events that you’re entitled to
Get help finding out more about Co-op Scholarship programs
At Study Work Grow we’ve done the research for you and put it all in one easy to read place; our updated guide contains:
You can find all of this information and more in our Co-op Scholarships Guide.
Frequently asked questions (FAQs) about Co-op Scholarships
What ATAR do I need to be eligible for a co-op scholarship?
How are co-op scholars selected?
Can I defer my Co-op Scholarship?
Applying to University in the UK from Australia
If you’d like to study in the UK, there are a few things that you’ll need to know.
Step 1 – Find out about Student Visa requirements
It’s a great idea to start by looking at the UKCISA (UK Council for International Student Affairs) website. They specialise in providing advice and information to international students.
You’ll have to make sure that you meet the requirements for a Student Visa and are eligible before you apply.
Make sure that you only take advice about your student visa from lawyers authorised by a designated professional body (for example, barristers, solicitors and legal executives) or advisers regulated by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC).
Step 2 – Will your Australian results qualify you to apply?
As a general guide, universities look for qualifications that are equivalent to the British high school A-levels. This usually means finishing Year 12 and receiving your high school certificate.
Each university you apply to will look at your results (including ATAR and individual subject results) and use them to determine the equivalent UK results. For example, the London School of Economics considers an ATAR of 96 to be equivalent to an A-level grade of AAB.
Similar to universities here, some degrees might also have pre-requisite subjects (such as Biology for medicine).
A portfolio may also be required for some art and design courses.
Step 3 – Make sure your studies will be officially recognised
Check if the University you’d like to study at provides officially recognised degrees on the gov.uk website here: https://www.gov.uk/check-university-award-degree.
Step 4 – Apply
The UK has a centralised applications system over there that’s a little like our TACs here in Australia (UAC, VTAC, QTAC, SATAC, TISC). It’s called UCAS (the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) and is generally the easiest way for you to get into a UK-based institution.
You can apply for up to a maximum of five universities through this one online portal.
You can read a detailed guide on how to apply through UCAS here: https://www.ucas.com/undergraduate/applying-university/filling-your-ucas-undergraduate-application
If you’re applying through UCAS, you’ll need to include a personal statement as part of your application. The personal statement is one of (if not the most) important parts of your university application in the UK.
It’s a chance for you to tell the unis about yourself and why you should study with them. Keep in mind that you will only submit one statement that goes to all the unis you apply to.
See some tips on writing a personal statement here: https://www.ucas.com/undergraduate/applying-university/writing-personal-statement/how-write-personal-statement
You’ll also need to include a reference in your application. This is a written recommendation from a teacher, careers adviser, or professional who knows you academically. Everyone needs a reference unless you get permission from your chosen universities and colleges.
Find out more about references here: https://www.ucas.com/undergraduate/applying-university/how-get-ucas-undergraduate-reference
Because Australian schools run on a different schedule to schools in the UK (their academic year begins in September and ends in June/July), you’ll need to manually submit your results to the universities once you receive them. Some universities will ask for your results as soon as you submit your application, while others may conduct a preliminary assessment before asking for proof of your results.
If you haven’t received your results yet, you’ll need to supply predicted results instead.
Part of your application might include attending an interview. This is an important step in the process, so being prepared is crucial.
You can find out more about the interview process here: https://www.ucas.com/undergraduate/after-you-apply/undergraduate-interview-invitations
Like here in Australia, you’ll need to get your applications in on time. Late applications aren’t accepted, so if you miss out you’re going to have to wait until next year (which isn’t the end of the world as you’ll be able to take your time choosing subjects, work to save up some money, or take a Gap Year).
Applications are open now for 2023 study – they opened on 17 May this year.
Once you’ve submitted your UCAS application, you can track your progress here: https://www.ucas.com/undergraduate/after-you-apply/tracking-your-ucas-application
Once your application has been processed by the university, they will send you an offer. It can either be conditional (you need to meet extra requirements before it becomes certain), unconditional (you’re in as soon as you accept), or unsuccessful (unfortunately you didn’t get in during this round of applications).
Find out more about the different types of offers: https://www.ucas.com/undergraduate/after-you-apply/ucas-undergraduate-types-offer
Step 6: If you don’t get an offer you can still apply though Clearing
If you didn’t get an offer from any universities, all is not lost. UCAS has a process known as Clearing – a way for universities to fill any spots they have remaining after offers have been sent.
Once Clearing applications open (usually around July) search on the UCAS website for any courses available in Clearing, then either express your interest or contact the university directly to discuss your options.
Find out more about Clearing: https://www.ucas.com/undergraduate/results-confirmation-and-clearing/what-clearing
Step 7: Research and apply for any Scholarships, grants, and bursaries for international students
Just like here in Australia, universities and other providers in the UK offer a variety of scholarships and grants to help you fund your studies.
To find scholarships, the best place to look is on the website of the university you’re interested in or contact them directly.
See more about scholarships and financial support: https://www.ucas.com/finance/scholarships-grants-and-bursaries/scholarships-grants-and-bursaries-eu-and-international-students
Step 8: Plan where you’ll be living
If you get into a uni in the UK, the next thing you’ll need to do is find accommodation. Like here in Australia, you can choose between on-campus accommodation at the university, or private accommodation somewhere else.
UCAS has lots of great resources on finding accommodation here: https://accommodation.ucas.com/
Before you start your applications, attending open days is a great way to get a feel for a university and ask any lingering questions you might have. Even if you’re on the other side of the world, you can always attend a virtual open day from the comfort of home.
Find open day events in the UK (including virtual) here: https://www.ucas.com/undergraduate/what-and-where-study/events-and-open-days
The same as here, in the UK lots of universities allow you to apply directly as well. If you know where you’d like to study, hop onto the uni website and look for their applications pages or head for the international students’ pages.
Contact them for more details about the process and what you’ll need to do to apply. They’re there to help you and will often have students who’ve been through the process to advise you.
Get tips and advice from other Australian Students who’ve studied in the UK from the British Council on their website: https://study-uk.britishcouncil.org/
Lots of universities have their own international student teams who you can contact for more help and advice.
You can also use services like AUG to find out more information; for a fee they can help you to apply as well.
Have you always dreamed of travelling overseas and experiencing new things? Through a Student Exchange Program, you could have the opportunity to study and live in another country.
What is Student Exchange?
As the name suggests, Student Exchange gives you the opportunity to travel to another country and attend school there – and in return, a student from the country you’re visiting will live and study in Australia.
You’ll attend school and learn just like the other students, and experience life with a host family. You can study overseas from as little as four weeks all the way up to an entire year.
Where can I go?
There are lots of countries you can choose from – you’ll need to check with your school or private provider. The most popular destination countries for Australian and New Zealand students include USA, UK, Germany, France, Japan, Italy, Canada, Belgium, Spain and Argentina.