If you’ve ever considered a career in the movies, then making your own film at Village Roadshow Studios has to be the ultimate. Ethan Abraham attended a film making camp during the school holidays with New York Film Academy Australia after winning a competition through the Gold Coast Careers Festival.
Recently the Mobile Hub checked in at the Gold Coast Airport to Airways Aviation, one of the largest and most successful flight schools in Australia. Along with being a leading pilot training academy, Airways Aviation also provides a Cert 3 course in Ground Operations and Services for local high school students.
Jason loves the Gold Coast so much that he has no hesitation in recommending it as the ideal study destination. One of the real attractions in returning to the Gold Coast for Jason is the opportunity to live in a city where he feels at home among the locals. “I enjoy learning and living with locals, rather than moving to another place and hanging out with just Chinese friends, so I’m really looking forward to the new experiences and friendships I’ll make this time around.”
A group of international and local high school students had a taste of tertiary life this week at Bond University by engaging in a number of academic challenges. The High School to University Experience is a partnership between Bond University and local Education Queensland International schools, funded through Study Gold Coast’s Vision 2020 initiative. The experience is designed to give secondary students an idea of what studying at university on the Gold Coast is like.
The Gold Coast is the second largest council region in Australia and as such commands a massive budget and a lot of responsibility to its rate payers.
If you ever have any student life questions or are simply looking for an awesome space to hang out and study in, check out the Gold Coast Student Hub.
It’s not a vocation they teach at university (yet), but that doesn’t mean you can’t make a career from being a You Tuber.
Lyon’s cultural reputation is often framed by its cuisine and gastronomy, so when one of its native born sons moves half way across the world he carries a certain weight of expectation about his appreciation of fine food.
This year’s International Student Leadership Forum held in Brisbane welcomed over 100 Queensland students from 40 countries over two days in October to address leadership, community and cross-cultural engagement.