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If you would like careers advice please see Ms Binns. You may find the computer links on the upper right of this page of use to you.  For example: in the guides and information folder  there are links to subject choice guides for Year 11 and 12 students about which subjects they should take at school for preparation for different university courses. Auckland, Otago, Canterbury, AUT, Massey and Victoria Universities all have their own links. 

How to Help Your Teen Find Out What Makes Them Tick

As parents we worry about how to help our children make career choices that they will enjoy. Careers NZ have put together a page of guidance information for parents that you may find useful.  Click here to access their page.
Careers NZ have other links for parents such as
Help Your Teen Choose a Career They Love

Online Careers Magazines

The Next Step magazine profiling careers in NZ is available online here. 
JETmag is available online by following this link  JETmag.co.nz 
Leaving School magazine is available online by following this link www.leavingschool.co.nz

 All the students in the senior school receive a paper copy of these magazines. 


Upcoming Dates:

July 1           Many scholarship applications open.

July 3           University of Auckland Parent Information Seminar, Wellington

July 5          Massey Wellington Information evening, 5.00-7.30pm

July 10-13    PIHMS career week

July 10         Experience Waikato Day, Hamilton.

July 11         New Zealand College of Chiropractic Information evening, 7.00pm

July 13         Canterbury University Open Day, Christchurch.

July 13         Auckland University Information Evening, Wellington.

July 14         Lincoln University Open Day, Lincoln, Canterbury.

July 23         Modelling workshop for Kirsty Bunny Models

July 31          Melbourne University representative in school at morning tea, Whina Cooper room.

August 1       Hostel applications open

August 2       Massey Manawatu Open Day- free buses running.

August 1        Canterbury University in school at lunch for course planning.

August 4       University of Auckland Engineering Futures Evening, Wellington.

August 9        University of Auckland Parent Information Seminar, Wellington

August 12        Massey University Auckland Open Day, 10.00am-4.00pm, Auckland.

August 15        Canterbury scholarship applications close.

August 17        Otago University in school at lunch for course planning, MH6

August 20        Massey scholarship applications close.

August 21        Auckland University in school at lunch for course planning, MH6

August 23        Auckland University scholarships close.

August 23        Victoria University in school at lunch for course planning, MH6

August 31        Otago applications for Teacher Education Courses close.

September 1   Wellington Tertiary Education Open Day (Vic, Massey and more) All year 13 attend.

September 2    Auckland University Courses & Careers Day, AUT Live, Auckland.

September 2   Massey University Manawatu Open Day, 9.00am-2.30pm, Palmerston North

September 15 Victoria and Otago scholarships close

September 30  Hostel applications close.

October 19     Victoria University Information Evening 6.00pm-9.30pm, Kelburn.

December 10 Try to make sure you are enrolled for University by now as many limited entry courses close by this date.

December 16  Apply for Studylink by now if required.

Massey University College of Creative Arts (CoCA) Student Experience Day

Due to the number of disappointed students that missed out on the Friday 30th June event the College of Creative Arts are now offering a second opportunity for students to attend an Art and Design Focus Day on Friday 28 July. If you are interested please register .


AUT (Auckland University of Technology)

Student Experience Days – Registrations are open now and students can register for this online HERE

Student Experience Days are being held during the July school holidays and students are able to register themselves to attend whichever day aligns with their subject interest. Student Experience Days are a great way to come on campus, have a look around, meet lecturers and current students, meet other Y13 students who are considering the same pathway and understand more about university life at AUT. Students need to get themselves to and from campus, but once there they will take care of you for the day (lunch is provided).

Art and Design Portfolio Day – Registrations are open now and students can register for this online HERE

This is a chance for students to learn more about AUT’s art and design programmes and receive info around how to format and submit your portfolio when applying for these programmes.

AUT LIVE – Registrations are open now and students can register for this online HERE

AUT Live is our ‘Open Day’ and provides prospective students and their parents with a chance to come onto our campus and learn about everything they offer so you can make an educated decision about your study pathway. This is also held on the same day as University of Auckland’s Open Day (Saturday 2 September) which makes it easy for students and their families to visit both universities on the same day if they would like to.


Studylink (student loan ) Updates

Sign up to Studylink for information and they will email you reminders and guides to the application process later this year.



Auckland University Parent Information Seminars

Reminder there are two Parent Information Seminars that the University of Auckland will be holding in Wellington. The first of these is next Monday the 3rd of July and the second will be on Wednesday the 9th of August. This is a great opportunity for students, parents and caregivers to hear information about the programmes we offer, entry requirements, scholarships etc. (and ask lots of questions!).

The venue for both of the evenings will be the Members Gallery at Westpac Stadium.

Please register if planning to attend via the following link: www.auckland.ac.nz/parentseminar


Experience Waikato Day

This will be on Monday 10 July from 1pm - 4.30pm at the Hamilton campus

  • Find out about Waikato's wide range of undergraduate programmes;

  • Go on a tour of campus and the Halls of Residence;

  • Discuss the University of Waikato ‘student experience’ with current students.

Students can register here.

Waikato University is now offering scholarships to students with Level 2 and 3 endorsements with Merit and/or Excellence.

See the table of amounts on offer for 2018 (up to $7000) in the regulations here.


Massey Open Days

Manawatu campus, Wednesday 2nd August

Massey University is providing a bus to transport interested students from the Wellington region to and from the Manawatu campus for their Open Day on Wednesday 2 August. There will be at least one Massey staff member on the bus in each direction and they will provide lunch vouchers for all students.

To book a place on the bus you will need to complete a permission slip and return it to

Barbara Scott B.Scott2@massey.ac.nz before Friday 7 July. Email Ms Binns if you would like a permission slip.

Reminder-Information Evening,  Massey Wellington Campus, Wednesday 5th July

Wellington Campus Information Evening next Wednesday night from 5pm.


Possible GAP Year in Tourism and Adventure

Adventure Guide Internship programme based in Queenstown commencing April 2018

This is a 12 week course focusing on individual skills and group leadership. You would gain New Zealand outdoor guiding qualifications, and on completion will be placed in an adventure tourism roles based in Queenstown - working for companies involved with jet-boating, climbing, hiking, bungy jumping and much more.

This programme is a stepping stone into the adventure tourism industry as a guide or as a GAP year option - offering qualifications and adventure all in one.


Massey University Scholarships

There have been some changes to the scholarships available at Massey for 2018.

9 x Vice Chancellor’s Excellence Scholarships

These are for 3 years at $7000 per year

30 x Vice Chancellor’s High Achievers with Distinction Scholarships

These are for  2 years with $5,000 in the first year and $2,500 in second year. Ten of these are specifically for Maori student and five for Pasifika students. The rest are for students of any cultural background.

60 x Vice Chancellor’s High Achievers Scholarships

These are for 1 year and are worth $3000.

NB: Unsuccessful applicants for the VC Excellence Scholarship will be automatically considered for the High Achiever Scholarship

25 x Sports Academy Scholarships

These are for 1 year and are worth  $5,000



The closing date is the 20th August 2017 for the above scholarships.


The following scholarships will also close on the 20th August 2017:

·         Up to 4 x Massey Accommodation Scholarships

·         Up to 40 x Massey Business School Future Leaders Scholarships

·         Up to 8 x Albany Vice Chancellors Innovation and Academic Excellence Scholarship


Massey University Information Evening

This will be held at The Pyramid at the Wellington campus on Wednesday 5 July from 5.00pm - 7.30pm.  Please register if attending. http://www.massey.ac.nz/massey/about-massey/events/key-dates/information-evenings/information-evenings.cfm


Careers in Chiropractic Information Evening

The New Zealand College of Chiropractic are holding an information evening about their Bachelor of Chiropractic degree on Tuesday 11 July at the Sustainability Trust Eco Centre, 2 Forresters Lane, Te Aro, Wellington from 7.00pm. Please RSVP via email to  admissions.assist@nzchiro.co.nz or phone 09 526 6789.


Projects Abroad- for Years 11 and 12

Spend two weeks volunteering alongside a group of like-minded students from across the globe, while contributing positively to communities in need. This year's trips run from 10 - 23 December 2017 and 7 - 20 January 2018, in Fiji, Cambodia, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Samoa. From Conservation and Medicine to Care and Community work, there's an option to suit everyone. These projects are fully supervised, and consist of a mix of practical volunteer work and cultural activities, so that you can really get to know the local way of life. Sign up individually or with your friends – for an unforgettable summer experience.

For available projects see http://www.projects-abroad.co.nz/projects/high-school-projects/?utm_source=targeted_newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=main_article_findoutmore&utm_campaign=HSS%2BNewsletter


Massey University Creative Media Production and Commercial Music July Holidays Immersion Workshops  

Three one day workshops will be held during the July school holidays to experience Creative Media Production (CMP) and Commercial Music programmes.  There is a imit of 50 places for CMP and an open number for Commercial Music. These days will include hands-on and engaging workshops along with a tour of the campus and its facilities.  It is free to attend but you must register.

CMP Digital Video Immersion Day registration:  cmp.ac.nz/2017immersion_DV

CMP Game Design Immersion Day registration:  cmp.ac.nz/2017immersion_game

Commercial Music Immersion Day registration:  cmp.ac.nz/2017immersion_music


Student Job Search (SJS)

SJS is an online service that helps tertiary students gain work experience and extra money while studying. Secondary school students who are enrolled in tertiary study for 2017, or who have a letter of confirmation from any NZ Tertiary education provider, can use SJS up to 4 months before they start study. SJS will also be at the careers expo. (Stall 73).

These links may be useful-

Starting study information for students

Student Job Search


Otago University College of Education- application closing date

Applications for teacher education programmes for 2018 are required by August 31, 2017. Applications can be made on their website – otago.ac.nz/education.

PIHMS Career week- careers in tourism and hotel management

The next career week is 10-13 July 2017 (1st week of school holidays)

PIHMS career week provides any student with the opportunity to experience PIHMS, their culture, lifestyle, education and training to see if this is where your future lies


The cost is $199 per person with everything included – Accommodation, all meals & beverages and scheduled activities

Email andreww@pihms.ac.nz to apply for their career week or for more information about PIHMS.

www.pihms.ac.nz/career-week.html  -To apply online.


Go Canterbury scholarship

This scholarship for students attending the University of Canterbury is open to residents of Wellington and Auckland only. The scholarship includes $5000 towards accommodation, a range of personal development workshops and seminars, professional and career development seminars and opportunities and four educational outdoor recreational field trips, unique to the Canterbury region. Applications close 15 august. See www.canterbury.ac.nz/future-students/gocanterbury/ There are many other scholarships available at Canterbury as well  See http://www.canterbury.ac.nz/future-students/fees-and-funding/scholarships-at-uc/


Women in Engineering Information evenings.

Futureintech are holding three information evenings for students in Years  9 – 13 and their parents.

Details are:

1.       WelTec, Petone, on Monday 26 June from 4:30 – 6pm

2.       Pataka, Porirua, on Wednesday 28 June from 4:30 – 6pm

3.       Beca, Wellington, on Thursday 6 July from 4:30 – 6pm

Kennie Tsui, female engineer and Wellington IPENZ Branch Chairperson, will begin the evenings with general introductions

  • ·         a Futureintech Ambassador will give a brief talk about engineering in general

  • ·         Futureintech Ambassadors/women engineers will mix & mingle with students/parents/adults to answer their questions

  • ·         refreshments will be provided

  • ·         the evening will be brought to a close with general information on ‘what next’ E.g. subjects to take at high school, entry requirements for tertiary study.


You may be interested in looking here for scholarships for engineering and STEM subjects.



Engineering Options

Students interested in studying engineering should follow this link to see information about options available.


KBM Model Confidence Workshop

A one day workshop is being held on Sunday 23rd July 2017 that covers; pilates, photographic movement, catwalk, confidence, skin & hair care, makeup and industry information. Photos will be taken on the day by a professional fashion photographer.  Age 14+ boys and girls. Spaces are subject to availability. Please contact Kirsty Bunny on kirsty@kirstybunny.co.nz for more information or to book.  www.kirstybunny.co.nz




Bachelor of Communication Experience Day


University of Auckland Parent Information Seminars

There will be two evenings held in Wellington for parents of students interested in studying at the University of Auckland next year. These will be held in the Members Gallery, Westpac Stadium from 7.00pm on 3 July and on 9 August.


An Engineering Futures Evening will be held on 4 August from 6.00pm Venue to be confirmed.


New degree at Auckland University

Subject to approval Auckland University will be offering a new Bachelor of Global Studies next year. This will be unique to the University of Auckland. They plan to offer four possible majors in this degree: 1. Global Economic and Sustainable development, 2. Global Politics and Human Rights, 3. International Relations and Business, 4. Transnational Cultures and Creative Practice.  The goal of this degree is to prepare students for careers in the public or private sector, local or national government, foreign affairs and diplomacy, NGOs and non-profits, international media, teaching or tourism.


University of Otago Teacher Education Programmes

Applications for teacher education programmes for 2018 are required by August 31, 2017. Applications can be made at their website- www.otago.ac.nz/education


Yoobee School of Design Holiday Course

Yoobee School of Design are running several school holiday courses in these subjects: graphic design, film production, Unity for beginners, digital illustration, animation and web development. For information about dates and costs see http://www.yoobee.ac.nz/study/school-holiday-programmes

Auckland University Scholarships

The applications for the University of Auckland’s four main first-year and entry-level scholarships will be opening soon on the 22nd of May. These are the following:

University of Auckland Top Achiever Scholarships

University of Auckland Māori Academic Excellence Scholarships

University of Auckland Pacific Academic Excellence Scholarships

University of Auckland Academic Potential Scholarships

The closing date for these will be the 23rd of August.

For students who are interested in applying, they have an e-book which outlines each one of these scholarships and the application process. This is at the bottom of this webpage. https://www.auckland.ac.nz/en/study/scholarships-and-awards/scholarship-types/undergraduate-scholarships/entry-level-and-first-year-scholarships.html

Please note that while the dates in this booklet are for 2016, the information will still be useful for prospective applicants.

World University Rankings

Students often ask me which university is ‘best’ for a particular subject. I always say that they should look at the stage three papers on offer in the courses they are interested and to also consider where the university is and if they would want to live there for 3-4 years. Students may be interested in this link where they can search the ranking of a particular subject worldwide. I believe all the New Zealand universities are in the top 50-100 for many subjects. Otago was judged to be among the world’s top 10 universities for the study of Sport and sport-related disciplines, placing 7th internationally. This was the highest ranking achieved by any New Zealand university for any subject area in the 2017 rankings.  https://www.topuniversities.com/subject-rankings/2017


AUT Live Open Day is on Saturday 2nd September in Auckland. Students can register for updates here: http://www.aut.ac.nz/live and then they will be sent details and registration options once this opens. This is a fantastic day where students can attend many different workshops, seminars, talks, and tours.

AUT will be holding an Art & Design Portfolio Day on Thursday 13th July at the city campus and June 21st at  their South Campus. This is for prospective A&D students to meet lecturers and current students, see facilities, learn about projects/current work occurring in the department, and have a chance to learn more about portfolio requirements for the courses. For more info see their Art and Design events page here http://www.aut.ac.nz/study-at-aut/study-areas/art-and-design-at-aut-university-auckland/news-and-events2

Useful links for AUT:

-          AUT Future Students Events https://www.aut.ac.nz/future-students-events

-          AUT Future Students Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AUTFutureStudents/

-          Scholarships http://www.aut.ac.nz/study-at-aut/fees-scholarships-and-finance/scholarships/school-and-community-partnership NB. Scholarship applications will open in June but students can familiarise themselves with the options before then

-          Video content about AUT programmes, services, and communities https://www.youtube.com/user/AUTUniversity


Melbourne University

Following discussions with VTAC, all New Zealand school-leaver applicants for 2018 intakes will be encouraged to apply through VTAC for Melbourne’s undergraduate programs. This will include those with NCEA, A Level and IB results. This change will provide for clearer recruitment messaging - any school leaver, regardless of citizenship, applies through VTAC – and more streamlined Admissions processes. While direct applications will continue to be processed, VTAC will be the preferred method. The Future Students website will be updated to reflect these changes prior to the application period. You can view the 2018 prospectus at https://futurestudents.unimelb.edu.au/contact/brochure There is also one in the careers room.

Otago University

Here are some great sites and resources to help prepare for study at Otago.

Otago Life Website- includes information about getting prepared academically, services, support, finances and accommodation. www.otago.ac.nz/otago-life/index.html

Facebook page for school students- upcoming events, stories of interest, information about study options and more  www.facebook.com/UOLiaison

The My Otago First Year (MOFY) website www.otago.ac.nz/mofy/index.html

includes information about:

  • The differences between high school and university

  • What to expect and how to cope

  • Effective study strategies

  • Where to find information

Student Learning Development- advice and support for first years, study skills, time management and writing advice, peer learning and more www.otago.ac.nz/hedc/students/index.html

International College of Hotel Management (ICHM)

The ICHM is based in Adelaide, Australia. It is the only Swiss Hotel Association school outside Europe. They offer two different courses, a Bachelor of International Hotel Management(SHA) and a Bachelor of Business focused on hospitality management. They have two career weeks this year from 10-14 July and from 25-29 September. Students interesting in this opportunity should collect a brochure from the desk by the carrers display in the senior school foyer. Also see https://www.ichm.edu.au/about/careers/career-weeks


Go Kiwi Go- Global Volunteering Adventures

Go Kiwi Go (GKG) is for anyone aged over 18. The volunteer experience can be from 2-24 weeks.The programmes are designed to support volunteers with an international experience, while building their global competence. As part of the volunteer experience, participants complete the Global Competence Certificate (GCC). See http://www.gokiwigo.org/ for more information.

Year 11, 12, 13 students interested in Robotics, Embedded design and problem solving.

WelTech are running a non-unit  standard course designed to inspire the learners and assist them in their choice of future careers.

The course introduces students to the field of robotics, embedded design, pneumatics, and covers

basic principles of mechanical construction programming of a robot VEX1Q, printed circuit board design and manufacturing, learning Eagle, CAD, PCB router,embedded design, Arduino, pneumatics in robotics and controlling pneumatic equipment.

The couse is in the school holidays at the end of Term 3 (for 4 days)

10, 11, 12, 13 October , Tuesday – Friday. 9am – 3pm at the WelTec Petone campus and costs $400. Contact Andrea Adams if interested. andrea.adams@weltec.ac.nz

Studylink (Student loan scheme)

The studylink website has been updated. Click here to go to the Starting Study page.

JETmag Latest Edition

The latest edition of the JET (jobs , education and training) mag is available online here. This is also permanently linked at the top of this page.

Occupational Outlook

If you have no idea what career path to take you may find it useful to look at this website and get the app. http://occupationoutlook.mbie.govt.nz/  It is a great tool for exploring study and career options, with extensive information on labour supply and demand in over 100 occupations in New Zealand. The app outlines how to enter each role, how many are studying in related fields, how many are employed, and what the average incomes are. It also outlines what are the prospects of getting a job in that occupation once you have completed the qualifications required.

Projects Abroad Overseas Volunteer programmes for Year 11 &12 Students

Projects Abroad offers a range of two week programmes for students in Years 11 and 12. The Summer projects for 2017/18 are based in Cambodia, Fiji, Nepal, Samoa, Sri Lanka and Thailand. The projects are a safe, sustainable and worthwhile way for students to discover the world around them and to learn more about their own strengths and capabilities. Visit www.projects-abroad.co.nz for more information. There are also leaflets about these trips on the careers stand in the senior school foyer.


University of Buckingham Medical School (UK)

The University of Buckingham independent Medical School in the UK have no cap on international students and accept direct applications throughout the year. Unlike other medical schools in the UK, where they have a September entry, their entry is in January each year, and the programme is 4.5 years rather than 5 years. This is due to a different start time and also because they have shorter holidays throughout the year, including summer time.

January 2018 entry

They are accepting applications for the January 2018 entry from 1st October 2016 until 31st August 2017.

For more details, please, see page 6 of their Prospectus. For details of the admissions process see

pages 10-11 of the Prospectus.

Entry requirements

Level 3 NCEA with good grades, particularly in Biology and Chemistry.

For country-specific requirements, please see the Entry Requirements Document.

Medical students whose native language is not English must hold an IELTS UKVI or Academic Certificate of 7.5 with a minimum of 7 in each component. If you are a national of one of the following countries you will be exempt from providing an English Test Certificate: Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, The Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Canada, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, New Zealand, St Kitts and Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, and USA.


The University of Buckingham is a not-for-profit educational charity that receives no government subsidies. Tuition fees for the 2018 intake will be £36,200 per annum for both home and overseas students.*All fees are subject to annual increase

UMAT preparation

In New Zealand students applying for medical school must sit a UMAT examination in the year they apply for medical school (usually the end of their first year of study at university) Students may  choose to sit this examination as a practice in Year 13 (although the grade will not count toward their final application.) There are several organisations that offer support in preparing for UMAT and this one (MedEntry) has sent me some information, available via the link.


Where To Next?

Careers NZ have put together a range of information sources to help parents and students consider what to do when they leave school. It is called ‘Where To Next’ so have a look.  

University Scholarships

There are many undergraduate scholarships that are not specifically for any one NZ university and several for prestigious overseas universities. Many of these applications close on December 1st. Please check the lists at the following link to see if you should consider applying for any of these.



Student Loans

Students thinking about further study after they leave school have a lot of decisions to make.

StudyLink’s website is a great place to visit to get you thinking about what it will cost to live and study. How much money you may need to support yourself could surprise you.

You can sign up to receive emails from StudyLink. This way you won’t miss out on important information, like when to apply and documents you need to send.  

I encourage students and parents to check out www.studylink.govt.nz.

Please note there is a folder on this page of Studylink information.

Parents Guide- Auckland University

Auckland University have written a parents' guide designed to help parents support your daughter’s decision making. It contains many answers to your questions about studying at Auckland University.

See: https://cdn.auckland.ac.nz/assets/central/for/future-undergraduates/parentsguide/Parents%20Guide%202016%20Web.pdf


careers websites
1. government careers website.url.url
2. Massey University careers website.url.url
3. No major dramas.url.url
4. Just the job.url.url
5. Futureintech course finder.url.url
7. Occupational outlook.url
8. school connect.url
9. Future me quiz CPIT.url
10. profile builder.url
My Career Match
givMe /Breakout. Search engine for scholarships..url
11.Courses at Canterbury
Futureintech student's page
Tenancy services- flatting guidelines
NZ skills in demand
Digital Careers
Just the Job videos
School leaver
CV builder
Guides and information
1. Guide to Job Hunting (University of Canterbury careers).url.url
2. UMAT practice.url.url
4. Feedback about careers in IT.docx
5. UMAT.url
6. Subject guide Victoria University school subject recommendations.url
8.subjects Canterbury University school subject guide.url
3. University of canterbury career guides.url
beginners guide social media booklet
Latitude GAP years brochure
Top jobs in 2015
Waikato interactive tour
Canterbury University videos
Next step careers magazine
12 AUT
9. Otago subject guide
Financial Survival Guide
Parent's guide (Auckland University)
Parental role in careers for their children
7. Subject guide Auckland
Employability survey- Victoria
Why study STEM subjects video
Massey subject guide 2018
Otago Uni Careers page
Engineering options
Overseas applications- non USA
2. UK university application information.url.url
6. converting NCEA to Australian entry scores.docx
NZ_INF_SHEET for Cambridge
Health Care for NZ students studying in Australia
Australian Universities Information
Changes to Australian fees and student loans for NZers.
US Universities
1. Search for courses.url
2. how to apply video.url
USA sports
5. ACT for USA.url
USA Application process
Admissions Process
Financial assistance
Sports scholarships
sports scholarships- more detail
Standardized testing info USA
Study in America
Useful websites for US study
IM Topics
1_Your Learning Mindset_Video Transcript.pdf
2_How Your Brain Works_Video Transcript.pdf
3_Positive Classroom Learning_Video Transcript.pdf
25_Academic Excellence_Video Transcript.pdf
26_Relaxation and Balance_Video Transcript.pdf
27_Review and Rewrite Your Notes_Video Transcript.pdf
28_Memory Techniques_Video Transcript.pdf
4_Approaches to Studying_Video Transcript.pdf
Watching the study skills films on clickview.docx
IM Worksheets
1_Your Learning Mindset_Student Worksheets.pdf
2_How Your Brain Works_Student Worksheets.pdf
3_Positive Classroom Learning_Student Worksheets.pdf
4_Approaches to Studying_Student Worksheets.pdf
25_Academic Excellence_Student Worksheets.pdf
26_Relaxation and Life-balance_Student Worksheets.pdf
27_Review and Rewrite Your Notes_Article Activity Sheet b.pdf
27_Review and Rewrite Your Notes_Article Activity Sheet.pdf
27_Review and Rewrite Your Notes_Student Worksheets.pdf
10. _Memory Techniques_Student Worksheets.pdf
Watching the study skills films on clickview.docx
IM Audios
1. Your Learning Mind-set.mp3
2. How Your Brain Works.mp3
3. Positive Classroom Learning.mp3
4. Approaches to Studying.mp3
25. Academic Excellence.mp3
26. Relaxation and Life-balance.mp3
27. Review and Rewrite Your Notes.mp3
28. Memory Techniques.mp3
Watching the study skills films on clickview.docx
Career games
1. career games .url
2. Could this be your life.url
3. Holland hexagon.url
Victoria's Financial survival guide
oompher videos
oompher web series
AUT Science 21 videos- careers using science
science 21 videos
World University Rankings
World University Ranking by Subject