WHERE TO START
ELIZABETH COLLEGE GUIDE
Download our guide to find out about all EC has to offer
Check the important enrolment dates for your school
2021 STUDENT GUIDE
Download the subject guide to help you plan your course of study.
Want An Amazing Year 11 And 12 Experience?
Hear from one of our high achievers, Billie Rafferty, about what makes Elizabeth College so special.
Our Supportive College Environment
The staff in Student Services have your back – whenever you need extra support.
EXPERIENCE IT ALL
HOBART CITY PARTNER SCHOOLS
Ogilvie High School’s Big Picture Learning is an innovative alternative to mainstream education. Students are supported to explore their interests and passions, combining academic work with real-world internships, and to plan their own pathway to employment, further study or enterprise opportunities. For more information and to receive an application package, contact Ogilvie High School on 6228 8800 or by email: email@example.com.
Find out about Big Picture Learning at Ogilvie High School
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Courses at the New Town High School (NTHS) campus are designed around project-based learning methods and are delivered in a purpose-built building, rich in technology and set up as a MAKER Space. For more information please contact New Town High School: 6278 0400, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or go to https://newtownhigh.tas.edu.au/year11and12 to express your interest.
What is VET?
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One of our Vocational Education and Training courses at Elizabeth College is your pathway to further education, employment or training. Choose from Construction, Automotive, Tourism, Community Services, Sport and Recreation, Kitchen Operations, Hospitality, Retail Cosmetics, Business and Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways. They all count towards your Tasmanian Certificate of Education, too.
Interested in enrolling in a VET program at Elizabeth College?
- Complete a preliminary enrolment during the specified enrolment sessions.
- Attend a suitability interview with the VET coordinator to find out more about the program and to check the course is suitable for you to be successful.
- If suitable, enrolment process will be finalised.