For Year 10 students

MyCareerMatch Presentation

This Year 10 presentation is designed to complement the Personal Learning Plan (PLP) by looking at personal attributes which impact on students' career decision making. We also introduce students to university study and things to be taken into consideration when looking at tertiary study as an option. 

Content includes:

  • Self-discovery, self-improvement and study tips
  • What to consider when exploring careers
  • Prerequisites/assumed knowledge and subject selection
  • A day-in-the-life of a current student
  • Overview of pathways and university entry requirements

Include MyCareerMatch into your year 10 presentation FREE through UniSA sponsorship 

MyCareerMatch™ is an online career profiling tool delivering personalised career reports to students outlining information about their personality style and providing a list of career options complementary to their natural strengths and talents.  MyCareerMatch is available for schools to use free-of-charge through UniSA sponsorship.

View a sample report

For Year 11 students

Transition Presentation

This interactive presentation is designed to test student knowledge about university study including what university life is like and the differences between school and tertiary learning. We discuss things to consider when researching and choosing a university degree as well as:

  • Tips on what to look for when planning their career
  • Understanding university – what university is really like
  • Assist with narrowing down study career options
  • Overview of alternative entry pathways into university
  • Transitioning to Year 12 and how to help prepare for life beyond school

For Year 12 students 

Admissions Presentation

This presentation offers a comprehensive overview of study options at UniSA and covers information from the student experience, to the applications and admissions process, including adjustment factors and pathways.

Content includes:

  • New at UniSA
  • UniSA program information and entry requirements
  • How to apply – the SATAC application process and key dates
  • Pathways, guaranteed entry and back-up plans 
  • Student life – opportunities and support services 
  • Scholarships and accommodation