|Early Childhood Education||Tuesday, 16 March||5.30pm – 6.00pm|
|Law, Criminology and Legal Services||Wednesday, 17 March||5.30pm – 6.00pm|
|Creative Arts, Screen Media, and Animation||Thursday, 18 March||5.30pm – 6.00pm|
|Building Design, Building Surveying, Construction Management and Engineering||Tuesday, 23 March||5.30pm – 6.00pm|
|Science: Biomedical and Health Sciences||Wednesday, 24 March||5.30pm – 6.00pm|
|Primary and Secondary Education||Thursday, 25 March||5.30pm – 6.00pm|
|Community Development, Social Work, Youth Work and Criminal Justice||Tuesday, 30 March||5.30pm – 6.00pm|
|Information Technology and Cyber Security||Wednesday, 31 March||5.30pm – 6.00pm|
|Sport, Exercise Sciences and Outdoor Leadership||Wednesday, 7 April||5.30pm – 6.00pm|
|Business||Thursday, 8 April||5.30pm – 6.00pm|
|Tourism, Hospitality and Event Management||Tuesday, 13 April||5.30pm – 6.00pm|
|Nutrition||Wednesday, 14 April||5.30pm – 6.00pm|
|INSTITUTION||COURSE||MAJOR STUDIES IN 2021|
|Federation University||Bachelor of Information Technology (Games Development)||3D Modelling & Animation, Agile Coding, Big Data & Analytics, Cloud & Enterprise Computing, Communications & Technology, Computer Games Design, Data Modelling, Game Development Fundamentals, Game Programming, IT Problem Solving, IT Professional Engagement, IT Project Management Techniques, Mobile Development Fundamentals, Networking & Security, Professionalism & Entrepreneurship, Systems Modelling, Understanding the Digital Revolution, User Experience, Web Design.
|RMIT University||Diploma of Digital Media Technologies||Animation (2D), Animation (3D), Audio and video production, Augmented Reality (AR) design, Cinema language, Design for mobile devices, Digital imaging, Digital media, Games design, Graphic design, Interactive media, Interface design, Mixed Reality design, Motion graphic design, Scripting and development, Social media, Virtual Reality (VR) design, Web design.
|Bachelor of Design (Games)||3D animation, 3D design, Arts (contemporary), Computer graphics, Computer programming, Digital animation (games), Digital art and design, Digital imaging, Entrepreneurship, Games design, Games development, Games programming, Games technology, Graphic design.
|Swinburne University||Diploma of Digital and Interactive Games||2D animation, 2D concept art, 3D animation and modelling, Digital imaging, Game theory and design, Games development, Project management.
|Bachelor of Games and Interactivity||3D modelling and animation, Audio and video production, Game design, Games development, Games technology, Narrative design, User experience design.
|Bachelor of Games and Interactivity/Bachelor of Animation||2D and 3D production techniques for animation, 3D modelling for objects and environments, Acting for animation, Action analysis and locomotion, Behaviour and motivation in games, Character and environment design, Character animation, Development and pre-production, Digital game prototyping, Genre and the moving image, History of animation, Pervasive game design, Physics of games and animation, Principles of game design, Production and post-production, Production management for animation, Screen writing, Sound design and acquisition, User-centred design and evaluation, Writing and directing for animation, Writing for interactive narratives.
|Bachelor of Games and Interactivity/Bachelor of Computer Science||Cybersecurity, Data science, Games and interactivity, Games development, Internet of Things, Network design, Software design, Software development.|
|INSTITUTION||COURSE NAME||VCE PREREQUISITES||MAJOR STUDIES IN 2021|
|BOX HILL INSTITUTE||Bachelor of Biosecurity Science||Units 3 and 4: satisfactory completion of any English; Units 3 and 4: satisfactory completion of any Mathematics.||Biosecurity Science (Lilydale Lakeside campus)|
|LA TROBE UNIVERSITY||Bachelor of Agriculture||Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or at least 20 in English other than EAL; Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 20 in any Mathematics.
||Agribusiness, Agricultural biotechnology, Agricultural marketing, Agricultural science, Agriculture, Agronomy, Animal and plant biology, Plant and animal production, Soil science.|
|Bachelor of Agriculture & Technology||Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or at least 20 in English other than EAL.||Agronomy, Sports turf science and management, Viticulture and winemaking.|
|MARCUS OLDHAM COLLEGE||Bachelor of Business (Agriculture)||n/a, but completion of Year 12, the ATAR, and participation in an interview are all considered for selection.||Agriculture, Farm Management and Agribusiness.|
|Bachelor of Business (Agribusiness)||n/a, but completion of Year 12, the ATAR, and participation in an interview are all considered for selection.||Agribusiness.|
|UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE||Bachelor of Agriculture||Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or at least 25 in English other than EAL; Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in one of Maths: Mathematical Methods or Maths: Specialist Mathematics or at least 30 in Maths: Further Mathematics.||Agricultural economics, Plant and soil science, Production animal science.|
|WILLIAM ANGLISS INSTITUTE||Bachelor of Food Studies||n/a, but completion of Year 12, the ATAR, and participation in an interview are all considered for selection||Agriculture and Farming Systems, Culinary Artistry, Culture and Cuisine, Diet and Health in Society, Economics and Global Impacts, Food Movements and Social Change, Food and Gastronomy in Literature and Media, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Sensory Education.|
Female Yrs 10 & 11: Robogals Monash Hackathon - Robogals Monash is holding a virtual Hackathon event Yrs 10&11 students! This event will be held over two weekends at the start of March. Students will be working in teams to develop a solution to the given prompt around designing a smart home and present them to a panel of judges. Prizes will be awarded to the highest scoring teams! This is a great opportunity for students to problem solve for a real-life issue as well as develop highly relevant industry skills not taught in the classroom. Students will be introduced to challenges that engineers may face and will utilise creative and analytical thinking to design their solution. Participants are not expected to have any prior experience with hackathons– all students will be guided by Monash's wonderful partners from KPMG and Jacobs who will run masterclasses to support participants in developing their ideas! For more information (event listing via Facebook),click here.
|INSTITUTION||COURSE||MAJOR STUDIES IN 2021|
|Deakin University||Bachelor of Film, Television and Animation||Animation, Directing, Documentary and experimental filmmaking, Editing, Entertainment production, Film, Film and Television production management, Film studies, Lighting and cinematography, Media, Motion capture, Narrative, Photography, Producing, Production design, Project management, Quality Management, Screen culture, Screen production, Script writing and storyboarding, Sound recording and editing, Soundtrack design and mixing, Stop-motion animation, Television, Television studio production, Verbal communication.|
|Film and Television Production||Broadcasting, Camera Operation, Camera and Lighting, Cinematography, Directing (Film), Directing (Television), Documentary Production, Film Audio, Film Composition, Film Editing, Filmmaking, Industry and Professional Development, International Cinema, Lighting Design, Mise en scene, Motion Graphics, Multi-cam Broadcasting, Music Videos, Popular Culture, Post Production, Producing (Film), Producing (Television), Screen History, Screen and Genre Studies, Screenwriting, Short Films, Sound Design, Sound Recording and Design, Television Broadcasting, Television Studio Production.|
|Bachelor of Design Arts (Filmmaking & Photography)||Animation, Art and photography (history), Art direction, Cinema studies, Computer graphics, Digital Photography Composite Photography Digital Post Production Visual Storytelling with Moving Image Portfolio Photography Industry Practice in the, Digital art and design, Digital media, Digital narrative, Digital photography, Digital video, Film and media studies, Filmmaking, Image processing, Interactive multimedia, Media communication, Media studies, Multimedia presentation, Photographic art direction, Photography (visual and conceptual development), Photomedia, Video, Visual communication.|
|Screen and Media (Film and Television Production)||Cinema studies, Computer animation, Computing (audiovisual), Digital audio and video production, Digital media, Digital television production, Digital video, Digital video camera techniques, Directing (Television), Editing, Film, Film and media studies, Film and television, Film and television (production), Film and video, Lighting, Management, Media, Production lighting, Production planning, Production processes, Recording/mixing processes, Screen production, Screen studies, Screenwriting, Scriptwriting, Sound recording and production, Television and broadcasting, Television production, Video, Video technical direction.|
|SAE Creative Media||Bachelor of Film (Post-production or Production)||Post-production, Production.|
|Swinburne University||Bachelor of Film and Television (Honours)||Cinematography and lighting, Digital post-production techniques, Documentary production, Film and television production, Genre and the moving image, Hollywood cinema, Motion graphics, Photography, Post-production and digital outcomes, Post-production and editing, Production management, Production techniques, Screen literacy and contemporary cinema, Scriptwriting and directing, Sound design and acquisition, The Australian Screen.|
|Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media - Film and Television Stream||Cinematography, Colour grading and post-production processes, Conceptualisation, Cultural research and interpretation, Directing, Editing, Lighting, Non-Linear editing, Production planning and management, Production processes, Scriptwriting and development, Sound recording and production.|
|Bachelor of Screen Production||Digital narratives, Digital video and audio, Experimental screen production, Global screen studies, Image making for narrative and storyboards, Introduction to digital imaging, Media and social impact, Production for digital platforms, Screen franchising and innovation, Sound design and acquisition.|
|University of Melbourne||Bachelor of Fine Arts (Film and Television)||Actor direction, Film projects, Screen studies, Screenwriting.|
Yrs 9-12: New RMIT Bachelor of Business Innovation and Enterprise - Right now, business is changing exponentially. Disruption is the new normal, and businesses are under intense pressure to embrace digital transformation, new ways of working and to leverage opportunities to provide an outstanding customer experience in a new globalised economy. This year, RMIT introduced a degree in business innovation and enterprise aimed at preparing students to develop skills in preparation for careers that may only just be emerging. This degree is both multi-disciplinary and flexible, allowing students to develop their own capabilities in preparation for a career as a business professional linked to technology. Students will be able to build their own degree by choosing specialisations or continuing to develop breadth across the disciplines as the degree progresses. Major studies on offer for specialisation include: Artificial intelligence, Blockchain technologies, Critical and design thinking, Cybersecurity, Decision making, Digital business, Global and remote leadership, International business, Legal business/Digital contexts, Professional capability development, Project management, Social enterprises, Stakeholder relationship development. Find out more about the Bachelor of Business Innovation and Enterprise by clicking here.
15yrs & above: Defence Work Experience - The Defence Work Experience Program is pleased to advise that they are undertaking planning for activities to take place in 2021. Defence is committed to providing a national work experience program designed to demonstrate the wide variety of interesting careers available within Defence, ease the transition of students into the workplace; and contribute to the development of the skills of young Australians. As placements are planned and confirmed, they will be advertised through the “Placements” tab. Please note that Sirius College will not approve any requests for placements in Semester 1; Semester 2 placements can be applied for at this stage, but are subject to college COVIDSafe plans. To learn about the opportunities available through the Defence Work Experience program, click here.
Yr10 (EMC, MFC & KBC) & Yr12: Last Roll Call question submission - The Last Roll Call is the annual Sirius College event wherein recent alumni come back to share what steps they've decided to take. Whether they go into further education, training, travel or work, they have all made decisions about their future. This year, it will be held next Thursday February 11. This event features a panel of three alumni (2010, 2015 and 2020) who will answer questions asked by Sirius College students. You can click here to anonymously submit questions you would like the alumni to answer. Examples: "What's the best way to do well in English?", "How do you manage stress?" or other questions. For more information on this year's event, click here.
Yrs 9-12: Chiropractic, Osteopathy & Remedial Massage Courses in 2021 - According to the Good Universities Guide, Chiropractors diagnose and treat health problems related to the nervous, muscular and skeletal systems, particularly the spine, without the use of drugs or surgery. They adjust patients' spine or other joints to correct joint dysfunctions interfering with proper nervous system control and integration of body function. Osteopaths diagnose, treat and provide preventative advice about disorders that affect the body's musculoskeletal system, using manual techniques to alleviate stresses and dysfunction to improve the body's function. They treat patients using a variety of manual techniques, such as soft tissue stretching, muscle relaxation, gentle mobilisation or manipulation. Massage Therapists assess and treat the soft tissue of the body for therapeutic purposes.They administer treatments to promote relaxation, improve blood circulation and relieve muscle tension. There are courses in Victoria that prepare students for careers in these three disciplines, and some of these are listed below. For a comprehensive list of these offered by all institutions, as well as similar courses, browse VTAC.
|INSTITUTION||COURSE||VCE REQUIREMENTS||ATAR 2021|
|Chisholm TAFE||Satisfactory completion of a Year 12||n/a|
|RMIT||Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or at least 25 in English other than EAL.||60.90|
|Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or at least 25 in English other than EAL.||60.60|
|Satisfactory completion of a Year 12||n/a|
|Victoria University||Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or at least 20 in English other than EAL; Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 20 in one of Biology, Chemistry, any Mathematics or Physics.||60.65|
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