Having grown up in a UK orphanage for nearly a decade, Sara Charleson says she’s no longer scared of anything. However, the trainer and assessor at Aurora Training Institute Gold Coast will admit she’s slightly nervous at being a South East Regional Finalist in the Queensland Training Awards.
In 2020, the standard pathway to tertiary study for Queensland Year 12’s will change from the Overall Position (OP) to the Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR). Students entering Year 11 next year will be the first to graduate under the new Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) system.
One of Australia’s brightest and youngest Motorsport stars is taking the opportunity to drive his educational journey further on the Gold Coast thanks to TAFE Queensland.
Mumbai authorities look at the Dharavi slum and see an eyesore of ragtag huts and open sewers. Dhruv Arora sees architectural inspiration and a holdout of authentic Indian culture in an increasingly Westernised city.
Southern Cross University is offering student-led pedorthics appointments to the public, for an affordable fee.
Southport Sharks have shown a commitment to supporting and enhancing the student experience on the Gold Coast over a number of years.
For Gold Coast businessman Vincent Fletcher, investing in recent university graduates is a win-win for everyone at software company CartonCloud. The same goes for CartonCloud’s diverse workplace, where staff from all cultures and backgrounds feel welcome and part of the team.
Jake Goodall, Secondary Student- Trinity Lutheran College
Do you plan to keep studying on the Gold Coast after high school?
At the moment I really don’t know where I want to study, I’m looking at going into performing arts or medicine (opposite ends of the spectrum, I know!).
We all know the saying ‘don’t judge a book by its cover’. A Gold Coast university is taking the phrase to a new level of awareness via a unique social experiment to challenge prejudice and social stigma.