PAD: Short Courses, commencing in mid October
In the middle of October, PAD (Production Art Department) will be running two introductory short courses, and one intermediate course, for students who wish to work as artists within the Film and Television industries. To find out more details, go to:
Notre Dame Main round applications
Main round applications open
As you know, applications need to be submitted directly to Notre Dame and not through UAC. Students can use our online form or complete the hard copy form in the Undergraduate Guide. When applying before the completion of Year 12 students are asked to submit final Year 11 and available Year 12 reports.
The Simpson Prize National Competition. Closes 8 November
The Simpson Prize is a national competition for Year 9 and 10 students. The competition encourages participants to explore the significance of the Anzac experience and what it has meant for Australia. Eight winners are chosen from each State and Territory with the opportunity to visit overseas battlefields and participate in Anzac Day commemorations. For more information go to The Prize page.
Question “Allied victory brought an end to war, suffering, and challenges for Australia and its people.”
To what extent do experiences of 1919 support this view?
Do you like geography, maths, IT and the outdoors?
Students put surveying to the test on their work experience placements
For students who love maths, geography, IT or the outdoors, NSW Surveying Taskforce can facilitate work experience placements with local surveying firms. Surveying is undergoing a skills shortage and tertiary graduates enter the profession in high demand. Students can learn about surveying work experience opportunities at
Youth at the Zoo, Cadet Keeper, Community Youth Programs
Taronga’s Youth at the Zoo program (YATZ) gives teens the opportunity to learn more about how our Zoos operate, develop skills for the future and spend time with like-minded people who share a passion for animals.
The Young Endeavour Voyages? Program, Voyages and Dates
The Young Endeavour Youth Development program is internationally recognised in the field of sail training. The experiential program is delivered on board STS Young Endeavour by Navy personnel specifically selected for the program. Over the course of eleven days, youth aged 16 – 23 learn the skills required to sail a tall ship. At the same time they develop attributes that make them more effective leaders, communicators and team members.
Voyages and Dates - https://youngendeavour.gov.au/voyages