A week of seminar classes for students from Queensland University of Technology will start on Tuesday.
Key points:Students are required to register for classes in their first year of universityThe seminars will be held in the student union of the university.
Key items to keep in mindThe seminars are designed to help students to:Plan their career, understand what they want to do and prepare for itThe first seminar will be on Thursday and the second on Monday.
Students will be required to attend each seminar class in their second year of study, which starts on Tuesday, as well as their first.
They will then be required, to complete a survey, to take part in a research project and to complete an assessment at the end of the semester.
Students are expected to meet their professors in person and complete an oral report on the seminar on their own time.
Students can register for one seminar class or four seminar classes per academic year.
“It is very important that students come to terms with their options in life, their options of how to achieve their aspirations and achieve what they believe in,” Professor Simon Fraser said.
“The seminar will allow them to do that.”
Students who wish to be part of the study abroad programme will need to have completed their final year of coursework at Queensland University.
They are also required to have a GPA of 2.7 or higher, a score of at least 80 per cent in the required subjects and a minimum ACT score of 28.
Students who want to study abroad for the first time will need permission from the university to do so.
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