Opportunities and Events

This year, the annual Frank Archibald memorial lecture will be focused on ‘Cementing Indigenous Leadership in Higher Education‘ and will be presented by Professor Michelle Trudgett, Pro Vice-Chancellor Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education, Strategy...

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Are you a female enrolled in a Bachelors of Masters course? Are you intending to work in the domestic violence area of practice? If this sounds like you, you may be eligible for the Sabine...

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We are launching our Online Orientation LIVE sessions, starting tonight at 7:30pm (AEDT)! Live sessions will continue throughout the week, from Monday 12th October to Thursday 15th October, so please check out the full Orientation schedule and note the key dates...

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World Mental Health Day may be over, but it doesn’t mean you can’t keep up the good work! Our Student Access & Inclusion team has put together a list of some ideas for paying it...

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Applications are now open for the Australian War Memorial’s Summer Vacation Scholarship Scheme and close at 5 pm Eastern Standard Time on Friday 23 October 2020.  The Australian War Memorial provides Summer Vacation Scholarships for history...

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ERG is currently looking to speak with (4) university students from regional / rural NSW to be part of an on line forum starting next Monday 21st September 2020 which will include Year 12 students...

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Tonight at 7pm, join us for a FREE live webinar aimed at reducing the confusion felt when experiencing depression or helping a loved one through their battle. Speakers will include Dr Adam Hamlin – Senior...

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The tUNEup from home vacation program is an effective booster for beginning students AND for more advanced students experiencing difficulties with writing and referencing (e.g. paraphrasing, academic writing style, plagiarism, paragraphs, sentences, grammar, punctuation), study skills and...

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Applications for the Dr William Hunter Scholarship are open now! Applicants must be in their second year or above of an undergraduate medical, allied health or nursing degree at any Australian university, and cannot currently...

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Are you interested in becoming a maths teacher? Do you need a career change and are interested in trying something new?  Teach.MathsNOW is a scholarship which encourages students to study to become a mathematics teacher...

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RAS Foundation Rural Scholarship applications close 7 September 2020 – achieve your dreams today! There’s only a few days left to apply for a 2021 RAS Foundation Rural Scholarship for students of any age across...

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 The School of Law, UNE presents the 2020 Kirby Seminar series: A Stolen Life: The Bruce Trevorrow Case Via Zoom Webinar Monday 7 September 2020 at 1pm AEST.  If you are interested in attending, please...

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Applications for the 2021 future teacher scholarship programs are now open. Each year, the NSW Department of Education offers a range of scholarship opportunities for university students enrolled in initial teacher education programs.  These scholarships...

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PASS sessions are starting up again after the mid-trimester break! Make sure to get involved and join a session, it is never too late to start! What is a PASS session? PASS (Peer Assisted Study...

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As part of UNE’s commitment to a culture that values reporting and finding suitable resolutions, we are offering a new simplified way of lodging a complaint, grievance, or compliment. Grapevine is an online platform that allows...

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