Last Wednesday students interested in medicine and dentistry as a career were treated to an after school workshop on the UCAT, one of the three requirements for undergraduate Medicine and Dentistry courses in Australia. Students attending practiced some typical questions and received some practical tips on how to go about preparation for the test, which is sat when students are in Year 12.
Applications for the 2020 UCAT have opened and more information on local and interstate universities who require this test for medical school entry are featured in the latest newsletter.
Also, for budding journalists there is a writing and publishing opportunity not to be missed with the Youth Press Club.
For students interested in studying in the UK and USA, research is all important! Details of a UK/USA Tertiary Expo is in the Siena Career News this week.
Students interested in a career with Victoria Police will be happy to see an article that covers entry requirements and details on how to apply.
I am often asked about careers in Forensic Science and in this week’s edition of Siena Career news there are links to the Forensic Institute and information about a specific university degree in Forensic Science.
Gap years are popular and there are many organisations that offer a variety of Gap Year experiences, including teaching English in overseas schools, outdoor education roles in Canada, building projects in Cambodia to name a few. Check out some of the best GAP year projects in this edition of the Career News.