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Welcome to 2020The St Peter's Careers Website is a valuable resource for all students, teachers and parents/carers.
Information is updated regularly and includes a weekly STP Careers Newsletter that contains exciting career development opportunities for students.
UCAT for medical, dental and clinical sciencesUAC Registration for UCAT is open now and closes at midnight on 18 May 2020. University Clinical Aptitude Test (UCAT) UCAT is an admissions text required for entry into most medical, dental and some clinical sciences degree programs. Students interested in these courses need to check the course description to see if the course they’re interested in requires them to sit UCAT.
Work experienceAll work experience is temporarily suspended due to the corona virus.
Essential Energy Apprenticeships
Essential Energy apprentices: live and work right across regional, rural and remote NSW – we currently have apprentices in more than 50 towns, from Albury to Tweed Heads, to Broken Hill and many places in between.
We are excited to welcome 29 new Apprentices in 2020. They will all undertake a four-year program, combining formal training with on-the-job experience and covering all aspects of operating a modern electricity network.
See the STP Careers Newsletter 12 March 2020 for details
UNIVERSITY APPLICATIONS THROUGH UAC
UAC COVID-19 UPDATE
24 MARCH 2020
Applications for semester 1, 2021 will open on Wednesday 1 April as scheduled.
Year 12 students will be emailed their UAC PIN on 1 April. Further advice regarding special arrangements for Year 12 students will be made available in the coming weeks and months as we work with universities, NESA and other stakeholders to ensure that no student is disadvantaged in relation to university entry in 2021.
Nursing ScholarshipsNursing Scholarships in Australia
Choosing to study a university degree can be one of, if not the most significant financial investment you will make. It will often determine who you will be, and the career pathway you will take. Making this decision is hard enough, than having to worry about how you will finance your nursing education. The government offers a number of ways for you to support your studies, the most common of which is a student loan. Numerous institutions from around Australia offer a range of different nursing scholarships that can help you pay your tuition fees.
Maximise your video conferencing outcomes.Access this link for tips on how video conferencing/ zoom protocols.
Apprenticeships- Work for NSWSydney Trains Apprenticeship applications for 2021 will open in July and be advertised on Work for NSW. (STP Careers Newsletter April 2)