The Careers Spot

Have you heard about Dūcere? 

Dūcere, The University of Canberra and Antipodeans have teamed up to deliver a groundbreaking program that combines earning a university degree with overseas entrepreneurial and leadership experiences in the US and Asia.

Graduates will be equipped with a leading bachelor degree, practical, transferable and flexible skills, and be exposed to unique experiences in the world’s most successful and fertile start-up ecosystems.

What is Global Game Changers?

  • Headed by The Hon. Julia Gillard, Ducere Chancellor. 
  • Undergraduate degree that incorporates global travel, industry leading networking and applied, real-world learning. 
  • Bachelor of Applied Entrepreneurship or Applied Social Entrepreneurship fully accredited by the University of Canberra, overseas component supported by Antipodeans.
  • ATAR 60+ plus application interview. 

Whether starting a business or pioneering in enterprise, leaders of the future will be entrepreneurial thinkers; Global citizens who are to problem solve, communicate and collaborate; they will be agile and adaptive to the rapidly-changing 21st century economy.

“If you want a university experience that is dedicated to developing the skills sets and attributes required to thrive in this century, then please consider becoming a Global Game Changer.”
- The Hon. Julia Gillard, Chancellor, Dūcere

If you're interested in finding out more, have a look at: https://www.ducere.edu.au/global-game-changers-program/ 

or watch https://player.vimeo.com/video/180265380

or chat with Mrs Bromilow or Mrs Smith.

 

Weekly Career News

Click here for this week's edition of the Weekly Career News.

This weeks topics are:

  • Focus on Open Days
  • Tips on preparing for the UMAT
  • Science news from RiAUS
  • UNSW Co-op Scholarships, worth over $18,000 per year
  • Learn about economics using sport statistics
  • Commerce versus economics 
  • 2017 Medical Research School Quiz - take the 20-minute test
  • New business higher apprenticeship program at Pricewaterhouse Coopers
  • National Youth Science Forum - applications now open for Year 11 students
  • Skill shortage area - Oral Health careers
  • Careers in surveying
  • Focus on forensic science courses and careers
  • The Hotel School Melbourne Information Session
  • Academy of Design Australia folio session for VCE Unit 3-4 Visual Communication Design students
  • Monash University Take Control of Your Future IT Conference
  • UniExperience, University of Melbourne - for Year 11 students. 
  • Upcoming events

 

 

File downloads:
< back to news

Previous Issues