The students at Nagle College have access to a careers counsellor who is able to provide advice, suggest links and resources and provide support when preparing applications for scholarships and traineeships.

The careers counsellor works closely with the Year Co-ordinators and organises visits from post school educational institutions and employers. She organises attendance at the Careers Market. The careers counsellor regularly posts messages and shares ideas on Google Classroom. Students and parents/caregivers are encouraged to make appointments with the careers counsellor to discuss post-school options.

Below are some links that may be useful: 


NSW Education Standards Authority

UAC – Universities Admissions Centre

UMAT Information

Year 12 students who wish to sit the Undergraduate Medicine and Health Sciences Admission Test this year, can collect a copy of the Quick Reference Guide.

University Information

ACU Early Achievers’ Program

AccessACU – Entry Bonus Scheme


Australian Defence Force Academy

Charles Sturt University


New CSU Health facilities the best in Australia

Students interested in pursuing a degree in health will be interested to know that Charles Sturt University now boasts brand new facilities at the Albury-Wodonga Campus for Allied Health. Program Leader for the Occupational Therapy Course at the School of Community Health, Dr Michael Curtin, has been informed that the community health teaching labs and skills centre are the best in Australia. “We were informed by the accreditation body for Occupational Therapy Australia that the University’s facilities are the best they have seen in the country, which means our students are accessing first class learning spaces during their time at CSU,” Dr Curtin said.

For more information on degrees in Allied Health visit


Orange Dental Clinic opens wide

The Charles Sturt University (CSU) Dental and Oral Health Clinics in Orange and Wagga Wagga are now open to the public. Providing general and specialist dentistry services to the Central West, the CSU Dental and Oral Health Clinic, featuring state-of-the-art equipment, aims to service the oral hygiene needs of the local community while providing valuable clinical experience for the University’s dentistry students. “By the end of 2010, patients will have the opportunity to have simple procedures completed by CSU dentistry students if they choose to do so,” said Dr Sabrina Manickam, senior lecturer at the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences.

To find out more about degrees in Dentistry and Health Sciences, visit


Variety of scholarships on offer

Studying at university can be financially difficult for many students but Charles Sturt University (CSU) tries to lessen the burden by offering many undergraduate scholarships. The Charles Sturt Foundation provides over 200 undergraduate scholarships at the Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange and Wagga Wagga campuses of CSU.

Most of these scholarships are funded by individuals or organisations that hold a strong belief in supporting the University and its students.

As well as the Foundations Scholarships, CSU offers a range of equity and merit-based scholarships. These include residential school equity grants, excellence scholarships, science scholarships, and they also have a number of partnerships and pathway scholarships for CSU/TAFE study pathways.

“Students can also apply for Professional Placement Equity Grants,” explains CSU’s Access and Work Manager Debra Johnson. “These are a CSU initiative to assist undergraduate students who must complete a compulsory professional placement as part of their course requirement."

For more information on the scholarships available at CSU visit

List of Universities


Macquarie University


University of Canberra


University of New England


University of Newcastle


University of New South Wales

UNSW events open to the public can be viewed on the events calendar found at


University of Sydney


University of Technology – Sydney


University of Western Sydney

For information regarding scholarships visit



For details about course options visit TAFE online, phone 131 870 or sms 0428 423 102.

College Information


St Patrick’s Institute of Education


William Blue College of Hospitality Management or 1300 851 237.

A Typical Day in the Life Program:
Ever wondered what it would be like to be a manager in the hospitality industry, the largest and fastest growing industry in the world? Experience a  Day in The Life at William Blue College of Hospitality Management to explore this exciting industry and the many career paths available. Visit or 1300 851 237 for details.


Martin College of Business, Technology and Design or 1300 762 129.


CATA Design School

Contact for more info.


Billy Blue College of Design   or 1300 851 245.


Australasian College of Natural Therapies or 1300 017 267.

Government Information Sites


For information regarding your entitlements at work visit
Fair Work Infoline: 13 13 94  Monday – Friday 8.00am – 6.00pm local time.

Apprenticeships and Traineeships

NSW Government Department of Education and Training - Apprenticeships and Traineeships or 13 28 11.