School communities around Australia can increase understanding about the issues surrounding bullying, harassment and violence, hear others' stories, find out about resources, and share strategies and success stories across the nation.
A range of concessions is available from the South Australian Government. Find information on concessions and entitlements you may be eligible for by selecting one or more of the available options.
Use the Course Search to find courses offered by approved Australian universities and higher education providers. The Course Search allows you to compare courses by provider, approximate course fees and entry cut-offs.
Cybersmart provides activities, resources and practical advice to help young kids, kids, teens and parents safely enjoy the online world. Cybersmart also offers training and resources for schools and materials for library staff.
Try your hand at exciting experiments and activities at home or at school with everyday equipment. Mix some slime, build a rocket or make sultanas dance!
The National Youth Alcohol campaign 'Drinking nightmare' aims to contribute, along with a range of initiatives, to a reduction in harms associated with drinking to intoxication by young Australians.
Provides information about Queensland car, motorbike and heavy vehicle licences.
iPhone, iPod, iPad and Android - Offers students and Australian apprentices a simple way to do their Centrelink business on the go using their iPhone. Connecting with Centrelink just go easier.
In addition to the Endeavour Awards, there are a number of other scholarships which enable Australians to study overseas. There are also scholarships sponsored by foreign governments and other international organisations.
MyUniversity provides students with a broad range of information about Australian universities and other higher education providers. You can search thousands of Australian courses and compare details such as fee and entry requirements, search for and compare information on Australian universities and find information on postgraduate research.
The Parliament and Civics Education Rebate (PACER) provides a subsidy for schools travelling more than 150 kilometres to visit Canberra as part of a civics and citizenship education excursion. The excursion should be attended by students in Year 4 to Year 12.
The Questacon Smart Moves program is an outreach program, developed for secondary schools students, that creates an awareness of innovation, technology and entrepreneurship amongst young Australians.
Information for students about Australian Government assistance for financing tertiary study. Includes links to study options, subsidised fees and government loans (HELP), loan repayments, scholarships and additional student income support options such as Youth Allowance, ABSTUDY, Austudy, Rent Assistance and Fares Allowance.
Studying overseas as part of your university or vocational course brings a range of benefits that you will enjoy long after you complete your studies. International study enriches your academic or training experience through exposure to different teaching styles and environments, a diversity of students and new places to live and travel.
Learning doesn't have to stop when you leave school. Read about getting organised to pay for your education so that you have time and energy left over for your learning. Includes information about student costs, fee and income support, studying and working, studying and superannuation.
The Real Game Series is a collection of six levels of experiential, engaging and highly effective programs to help students see the relevance of their programs of study to their future career plans.
Learn how to manage your money so that you can do the things you want. Includes links to tools and quizzes to help Under 25's with personal finances.
VET FEE-HELP is a student loan scheme for the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector that is part of the Higher Education Loan Program (HELP). VET FEE-HELP assists eligible students undertaking certain VET courses of study (diploma, advanced diploma, graduate certificate and graduate diploma courses) with an approved VET provider, to pay for all or part of their tuition costs.
Year 12 - What Next? is a guide to help Year 12 students plan their post-school education and training. It tells you about working life in the future, course options and other places where you can get planning help and advice.
Youth.gov.au is the central hub of government information for young people.