Confused about how UAC preferences work? Follow these steps and you could end up with more than one Charles Sturt study offer to choose from! Continue reading UAC preferences: what you need to know
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Soft skills are at the heart of modern careers. (Just ask Google. When they identified the top seven skills needed to succeed in their company, the list was entirely made up of, you guessed it, soft ones). And that’s true … Continue reading Soft skills – the future, right now
Are you at the tail end of your gap year? Whether you’ve been travelling around the world, building your soft skills or working to save some money – it’s safe to say that study may not have been at the … Continue reading From gap year to uni: how to ease into study
The ATAR is a rank – not a mark The Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) is a number between 0.00 and 99.95 that tells you where you rank in your age group in your state. It’s pretty simple, really. Zero … Continue reading What is the ATAR? Your guide to getting into uni
The working world is changing rapidly. Automation, globalisation and flexibility will drive that change. Thanks to technology, workers of the future will complete fewer manual tasks. They’ll also spend more time on building relationships. Solving strategic problems. Thinking creatively. Plus, … Continue reading 4 must-have skills for future generations
Major study. Minor study. GPA. UAC. SSAF. ATAR. We know university-speak can look like its own language sometimes. It kind of is – a language to a world that can open doors to your dream career. Being fluent in ‘uni-speak’ means … Continue reading University speak: What do all those words they use at university mean?