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WRED | Resources

 

FOR STUDENTS

WHAT'S YOUR PREFERENCE?

Your guide to:

  • Getting ahead in Year 12
  • Getting into Uni
  • Ways to Study
  • Finding a Program
  • Talks and Open Day
  • University life
  • Keeping informed

FOR TEACHERS and STUDENTS

Prospective Student Office, the University of Adelaide

The Prospective Student Office provides advice to prospective students, local, interstate, international (studying in Australia) about:

  • academic programs available for both undergraduate and postgraduate coursework study
  • application procedures including prerequisite requirements.

The PSO organises target information events, participates in the University Open Day, event hosted by schools and other educational institutions as well as providing individual counselling.

 

Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE)

The University of Adelaide SIFE club’s goal is to achieve positive social and economic outcomes through the free market.  By engaging business, students and the broader community, they can strengthen successful participation in the economy.  They are working closely with local business and community groups to provide ethically and financially sound frameworks for business development.

 

Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation and Innovation Centre (ECIC), the University of Adelaide

The ECIC mission is to encourage entrepreneurship and wealth creation by developing capability in the management (including project management) of innovation and its commercialisation.

We have office locations at the University of Adelaide North Terrace campus, at the University of Adelaide's highly regarded Research Park at Thebarton and at Australian Technology Park, in Sydney. The ECIC, located within the Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences, offers a range of award and customised education programs that focus on entrepreneurship, innovation management, commercialisation and project management.

 

eChallenge Entrepreneurs Challenge

The Entrepreneurs' Challenge (eChallenge) is a business planning competition targeted at tertiary students and run by the Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation and Innovation Centre (ECIC) at the University of Adelaide.

The competition aims to foster the successful development of new ideas into investment-ready, early-stage companies. Many participants have gone on to found successful businesses, proving that the eChallenge can create genuine commercial prospects which help South Australia flourish. For more information, please see overview.

 

SA Young Entrepreneur Scheme

The South Australian Young Entrepreneur Scheme (SAYES) aims to provide young South Australians with the skills and confidence to develop and implement their business ideas.

 

Advantage SA - Speakers in Schools

Advantage SA's Speakers in Schools program features over 400 volunteer speakers from a diverse range of careers and backgrounds who are available to visit schools around the State to share their personal and professional success stories with students.

These inspiring South Australians inform students about the vast range of opportunities available here in our State and encourage them to aim high to pursue their career and lifestyle goals.

Teachers are able to select speakers from a wide range of industries including trades, media, hospitality, defence, mining, resources and many more.

 

Business Enterprise Centres

BEC Australia is a national network of Business Enterprise Centres, which offer business advice and support to small and micro businesses.

 

 

North Resources

Please find below links that you may find relevant to your business studies/career choices.

 

FOR STUDENTS WHAT'S YOUR PREFERENCE?

Your guide to:

  • Getting ahead in Year 12
  • Getting into Uni
  • Ways to Study
  • Finding a Program
  • Talks and Open Day
  • University life
  • Keeping informed

FOR TEACHERS and STUDENTS Prospective Student Office, the University of Adelaide

The Prospective Student Office provides advice to prospective students, local, interstate, international (studying in Australia) about:

  • academic programs available for both undergraduate and postgraduate coursework study
  • application procedures including prerequisite requirements.

The PSO organises target information events, participates in the University Open Day, event hosted by schools and other educational institutions as well as providing individual counselling.


Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE)

The University of Adelaide SIFE club’s goal is to achieve positive social and economic outcomes through the free market.  By engaging business, students and the broader community, they can strengthen successful participation in the economy.  They are working closely with local business and community groups to provide ethically and financially sound frameworks for business development.

 


Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation and Innovation Centre (ECIC), the University of Adelaide

The ECIC mission is to encourage entrepreneurship and wealth creation by developing capability in the management (including project management) of innovation and its commercialisation.

We have office locations at the University of Adelaide North Terrace campus, at the University of Adelaide's highly regarded Research Park at Thebarton and at Australian Technology Park, in Sydney. The ECIC, located within the Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences, offers a range of award and customised education programs that focus on entrepreneurship, innovation management, commercialisation and project management.

 


SA Young Entrepreneur Scheme

The South Australian Young Entrepreneur Scheme (SAYES) aims to provide young South Australians with the skills and confidence to develop and implement their business ideas.

 


Business Enterprise Centres

BEC Australia is a national network of Business Enterprise Centres, which offer business advice and support to small and micro businesses.

 


Western Region Enterprise Day (WRED)

WRED School Competition

WRED 2011 Competition

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Secondary Students

may also use this opportunity to increase their community service hours that may apply to their Personal Learning Plan (PLP)