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Career Practitioners’ Professional Development Day
You are invited to attend a Professional Development day at our Bendigo Campus on Tuesday 1 August 2017. We are offering you the opportunity to explore the campus and gain insights into three of our courses followed by a Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC) briefing.
On the day you’ll learn about the new majors and career pathways in our Health Sciences degree which is taught in Australia’s largest Rural Health School.
You’ll be the first to know the details of our NEW Bachelor of Biomedical Science. Learn how it can lead to diverse career opportunities in biotechnology and the pharmaceutical industry, or pathway to graduate entry allied health and medicine. Find out how our Biomedicine degree offers a clear pathway to postgraduate research where graduates can contribute to our ground-breaking medical research as part of the La Trobe Institute of Molecular Science and the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research Centre.
You will be introduced to La Trobe University’s new Visual Arts major in the Bachelor of Creative Arts. The session will give an outline of the new curriculum structure and pedagogical philosophy and will discuss how these changes will have a positive impact on students wishing to pursue a career as an artist or arts worker in the sector more broadly.
Date: Tuesday 1 August 2017
Time: 8.45am – 3.00pm
Venue: La Trobe Bendigo Campus
This is a free and fully catered event.
Resources from our 2016 Career Practitioners' Seminar
- Engineering [PDF 4.2MB]
- Arts – the perfect double degree [PDF 2.8MB]
- Criminology [PDF 3.8MB]
- Nursing [PDF 3.2MB]
- Science – working with animals [PDF 2.4MB]
Resources from our 2015 Career Practitioners' Seminar
- La Trobe Melbourne pathways [PDF 1.5MB]
- Science and its impact on the world [PDF 3MB]
- The changing health sector [PDF 1.5MB]
- The new age of journalism [PDF 750KB]
- VCE Plus extension studies [PDF 984KB]
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