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University Open Days 2016
Sunday 24th July: Murdoch University
Sunday 31st July: Curtin University
Sunday 14th August: University of Western Australia
Sunday 14th August: Edith Cowan University (Mt Lawley) and WAAPA
Sunday 21st August: Notre Dame Fremantle
TISC Applications now open
It is strongly suggested that Year 12 students attend the TISC presentation at the College during P3 (all students scheduled to attend) before starting to their University Application through TISC.
- Complete the Registration Status Check
- Once logged in, follow step by step instructions on the Welcome page.
- Please remember that there are closing dates in applying to university. The TISC calendar will advise you of the dates. These dates are absolute.
- Your application is considered for admission only after you have paid the application fee.
- Make sure you read your coversheet. Your coversheet will advise you of the documentation that is to be submitted by you in support of your application.
- Once the payment has been processed you will be able to amend your preferences and change your contact details. Any other information cannot be changed. If you find that you have forgotten to add something or made an error, you will have to submit the changes in writing to TISC. Be aware that TISC is under no obligation to accept payment of applications if received after the required date. Applications that have not been paid are considered invalid and will not be included in university offers.
Early Offer Engineering Courses at Curtin, UWA, Murdoch and ECU
Curtin, ECU, Murdoch and UWA are conducting a trial of issuing early offers for engineering courses to current Year 12 students, based on predicted ATARs.
What are the criteria for getting an early offer?
You ll need a predicted ATAR above a certain level, and confirmation that you re enrolled in courses that are likely to satisfy the universities English competence and course prerequisite requirements.
Can I still apply for other courses?
Of course. You can put in all your preferences from 4 July, if you want, or just put in an engineering preference to participate in the trial. Or you can wait. Just get an application in before 30 September, so you don t have to pay a late fee.
Do I have to apply early?
No, you don t. If you don t want to participate in the trial, you don't have to apply early. Even if you do want to take part, you ve got plenty of time to put in an application. It's not first come, first served, so you don't have to rush to submit an application the moment they open.
How do I get an early offer?
Apply via TISCOnline.
List the course you d like an early offer for as your 1st preference (you can always change preferences later).
Get a letter from your school stating your predicted ATAR and confirming which Year 12 courses you re currently enrolled in.
Scan the letter and send it to:
TISC will send it on to the university concerned.
Once the university has checked that you meet the criteria for an early offer, they'll send you an email with details of the offer.
What kind of offers are they?
The offers in this trial are conditional offers. They let you know that the university will be happy to have you as a student, however you will still need to meet certain requirements in your final results for the offer to be confirmed. Those conditions will be laid out in the offer you receive.
If you satisfy the conditions of the offer, you ll receive a confirmation offer in Main Round (18 January).
Do I have to accept the offer?
That s completely up to you. As this is a trial, we don't want to limit your options in any way. So whether you accept the early offer or not, it won t affect your chances of getting an offer in the main round.
Universities may ask you to accept the offer via their website, so that they can invite you to various activities. Even if you accept the early offer, you are still in the running for offers as usual in January. You can add preferences (for most courses), delete preferences and rearrange your preferences until 11pm on 5 January 2017.
Murdoch University: Media Portfolio Prep Day
27th September, 2016 at Murdoch University, Hill Lecture Theatre
Are you a Year 12 student wanting to study an Arts course at Murdoch University?
Come along to our Media Portfolio Prep Day and find out how you can gain entry to Murdoch by showcasing your work. Participate in creative workshops conducted by our industry-experienced academics, get feedback on your work and learn how to compile a stunning portfolio for submission to Murdoch.
As a portfolio applicant, you will be assessed on your motivation and potential for creative aptitude, rather than by your ATAR results. You can apply by portfolio for any of the following courses:
English and Creative Writing
Games Art and Design
Theatre and Drama
To register your interest email email@example.com or register online at Murdoch Future Students.
Curtin UniReady Enabling Program
UniReady is free to Australian and New Zealand citizens, and Australian permanent residents. It s designed to help you gain entry into a range of Health Sciences, Humanities or Curtin Business School undergraduate courses.
UniReady is for you if you meet at least one of the following criteria:
missed out on Curtin s minimum ATAR; or
completed year 12 but did not take WACE exams or equivalent; or
did not successfully complete your high school studies;
This year, for the first time, there is a capped number of places in the UniReady Enabling Course and it is first in, best dressed. So applications need to completed early to secure a place.
UniReady semester one and two
UniReady is a one-semester (12 weeks, plus orientation and exam week) program offered in first and second semester, either on campus at Bentley, fully online, or a combination of both.
All applicants will need to apply via TISC as well as complete an eProfile. Please visit the TISC website to find out how to apply.
Please note, your application will only be considered if you complete both the TISC application and the eProfile. It is advised that you complete both as soon as you can.
If you have any issues with the TISC application please contact TISC directly, as they are separate from UniReady and will be able to provide you the most accurate advice.
For the exact closing dates and application fees, visit the TISC calendar.
Applications open: 4 July 2016
Applications close: 23 January 2017*
Semester One, 2017 eProfile
The eProfile consists of multiple choice questions and two short answer questions. In order to complete the e-Profile you must have a TISC ID number. Please ensure the TISC ID number and personal information you provide is accurate or we will not be able to accept your application.
Submit your eProfile
If you have any issues with the e-Profile, please contact UniReady as soon as possible by emailing UniReady@curtin.edu.au (including a screenshot of your issue if possible) or calling 9266 7632.
Notre Dame Early Offer Program 2017
Notre Dame University acknowledges and rewards the achievements of outstanding students through the Early Offer program by simplifying their access to university. Students who have a predicted ATAR of 90+ (or 93+ for Law & Physiotherapy) are encouraged to apply for this early offer by contacting Mrs Burke at Corpus Christi College. If a student is successful and accepts their Early Offer, it would in no way prohibit them from applying and accepting an offer from another university.
Applications are now open and close on Friday, 29 July, 2016, for study beginning in 2017.
University Scholarships Opening Soon
Curtin University: http://scholarships.curtin.edu.au/
Murdoch University: http://our.murdoch.edu.au/Student-life/Finances/
Edith Cowan University: http://www.ecu.edu.au/scholarships/overview
Defence Force Gap Year 2017
The ADF Gap Year program is an excellent way for students to experience military life and to gain a greater understanding of what s involved. On completion they can continue serving in the Navy, Army or Air Force, or offer the skills and experience they have acquired to an alternative career path.
In 2017 there are 11 roles to choose from ranging from admin to artillery, and flight crew to logistics.
Details of all the Gap Year roles are available at defencejobs.gov.au/gapyear
Employment commences early 2017. Applicants must have completed Year 12 and be aged between 18 and 24 as of 1 April 2017 (Navy), 31 May 2017 (Army), or 7 April 2017 (Air Force).
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The College has been informed of the Chartered Accountants Scholarship Fund 2017.
Applications for this open on 10 October, 2016 and close on 8 January, 2017.
Students in Year Twelve can apply, as can university students who are undertaking a business degree (as long as they meet the criteria). Please click on the link below to access information.
Chartered Accountant Scholarship INFORMATION
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A teen s job is to transition into an adult. This is a complex task, which often brings emotional turmoil. During this time, teens have the daunting task of learning to balance their own emotions.
Emotions lead to behaviour. Because teens are still learning to manage their emotions, they can be vulnerable to making undesirable behaviour choices:
alcohol abuse, illicit drug taking, smoking, harmful eating patterns, aggression, violence, self harm, suicide attempt
The problem is, these behaviours work by providing temporary relief of emotional pain, so they are reinforced and more likely to be repeated.
But short term strategies are not always so great in the long term.
And that s where you, as a parent or guardian, can help.
Maya Manning, Clinical Psychologist, will be running a series of parents workshops, from July to October 2016. During these workshops parents will learn:
what are emotions?
why are emotions important?
how to help your teen manage excessive emotionality
how to help your teen decrease unhelpful coping behaviours
how to help your teen increase helpful coping behaviours
2016 Workshop information:
1-3pm at St Catherine s College, The University of Western Australia, Perth.
Dates: 30 July, 13 August, 27 August, 8 October, 15 October, 22 October.
Attendance is $175 per person, or $300 per couple. Afternoon tea included.
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When: Thursday 18th August (Week 5)
Where: Corpus Christi College
Time: 8:40am – 3:15pm
The carnival is an excellent opportunity for students to participate with enthusiasm, show pride for their House and appreciate the excellence of the top athletes at the College. Parents and family are very welcome to attend and experience the Corpus spirit. We always appreciate the support given by parents which ensures a positive and enjoyable experience for all.
A reminder that attendance at the carnival is compulsory and all students are expected to participate in either the main or minor carnival. Any non-attendance or non-participation requires a letter to the House Coordinator prior to the event. Non-participants are expected to assist with the running of the Carnival on the day. Participation at Inter-house events is part of the graduation expectations of Senior School students and absences are not tolerated.
Pre Carnival events will be taking place at the following times: