Big News for Careers at St Bede’s this week - we have finally got our Careers Website up and running!
Check it out via the link below:
St Bede's College - Careers Website Link
Interested in going to the University of Otago or the Otago Polytechnic?
OPEN DAYS ARE NOW AVAILABLE
University of Otago Virtual Open Day
- Date: Thursday 23 July 2020, 3:30–7:30pm
The Virtual Open Day will invite you to enter the ‘virtual expo hall’ where you will have access to all the information you will need on studying at the University of Otago. This includes:
- Over 100 short presentations from academic programmes and courses
- A live chat with University of Otago staff to answer all your questions
- A virtual campus tour
- Snippets from each of the 15 residential colleges
- Information on scholarships and other key services available to students
Dunedin On-Campus Open Day
This is a Day you can go down and explore both Otago University and the Otago Polytechnic.
- Date: Monday 10 August 2020 9 – 3.30pm
On-Campus Open Day is your opportunity to come down to Dunedin, check out the University, explore Otago Polytech and to discover for yourself what life is like as a student in Dunedin:
- Take a campus tour
- Tour our residential colleges
- Check out presentations about a wide range of subjects offered at Otago
- Talk with staff from across the University at the Expo
More information, click the link
If you are heading to Victoria University of Wellington, check out the key dates and information below:
Don't forget the University of Otago Radiation Therapy option…
NZ College of Chiropractic - Open Day/Information Evening
Saturday 25 July – 12-30pm to 3-30pm
Location still to be announced
This will give you and your family some insight into a career in chiropractic
Take a tour of the campus, meet the faculty and students and watch a chiropractor in action.
AUT Art & Design Online Information Sessions
There are two sessions:
Are you interested in a career in art and design?
AUT’s Art and Design Information Day is an event designed for students who intend to apply for Art and Design’s undergraduate programmes. This year, they are taking the event online on Thursday 9 July, allowing students to get all the information they need from the comfort of their home.
There will be two sessions throughout the day, with options specific to each major to choose from. Lecturers will give general information about the courses and will also advise on how to submit an electronic portfolio.
This event is for anybody interested in a Bachelor of Visual Arts which has pathways in Photography, Paint/Print and Sculpture, or our Bachelor of Design with majors in Communication Design, Interaction Design, Digital Design, Fashion Design, Industrial Design, or Spatial Design. It’s also an opportunity to find out more about their interdisciplinary minors.
Ms Jan Kershaw
TIC Careers Education & Guidance