Win a day's work experience at Australia's #1 breakfast show, Sunrise, in Sydney. Watch the show go to air, meet the on-air presenters, and then have a one-on-one meeting with the Executive Producer. This money can’t buy career experience and will show any budding journalist, TV enthusiast or business, marketing, communications student what really happens in the lucrative and high profile world of morning TV. The prize also includes $250 towards airfares and accommodation in Sydney. You can purchase a ticket at two upcoming Women's College events – In Conversation with Amanda Johnston-Pell and Paula Wilton – Thursday 20 May [...]
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Online Auction….Bids Now Open to win a Private Lunch with Dr Sallyanne Atkinson AO The highest bidder will enjoy a two-course lunch with Sallyanne Atkinson prepared by our Executive Chef and served in a private function room at The Women’s College. The prize remains valid until 30 November 2021. This is a great opportunity for an aspiring business person to get up close and personal with Brisbane's first female Lord Mayor (1995-1991), former Senior Trade Commissioner to Paris, Special Representative for Queensland in South East Asia and Member of three committees for Australian Olympic bids. Dr Atkinson also served as The Women's College [...]
A special fundraising Formal Dinner will be held on Thursday 20 May to launch the Alumnae Awards prize. Join 2021 Alumna of the Year winner, Amanda Johnston-Pell and 1990 Student Club President, Paula Wilton, for the inaugural ‘In Conservation’ series. Listen to interesting stories and conversations about ‘advice I would give my younger self’ from two alumnae who resided at The Women’s College in the late 1980s. Book a table of friends from your alumna year group and enjoy a two-course dinner - https://www.womens.uq.edu.au/event/in-conversation-with/
The Women's College will pay tribute to Dr Maureen Aitken, Principal 1991-2008 at a High Tea on Saturday 17 April. Dr Aitken passed away in 2020 and the College will launch a special scholarship in her honour at this event. Further details - https://www.womens.uq.edu.au/event/tribute-dr-aitken-maureen-high-tea/
Congratulations to the 2021 Women's College Alumnae Award winners - Phoebe Thomas - Young Alumna Award, Suzanne Bosanquet - Community Alumna Award, Phoebe Young - Inspirational Alumna Award and Amanda Johnston-Pell - Women’s College Alumna Award.
Applications for residency at The Women's College are now open for 2022. For details about the application process, click here - https://www.womens.uq.edu.au/apply-womens-college/
As part of Women's College commitment to our community's health and safety we monitor the COVID-19 situation closely and follow all the relevant advice from Queensland Health. Review the 2021 COVID Safe Future_March 2021 Roadmap which is aligned with the Queensland Health Roadmap. Please note that an emailed was sent to students and parents on Monday 29 March 2021 regarding the three-day lockdown in Greater Brisbane from 5:00pm Monday 29 March until Thursday 1 April 2021.
Welcome to the 52nd edition of Eeyore - 2020 Student Yearbook! This historic publication symbolises the value of tradition and history at Women’s and provides a special link between past and present Woozas. Read the flipbook version below or download a pdf - 2020 TWC yearbook
Welcome to the first issue of Wooza. A recruitment magazine for future residents, Wooza, has been designed specifically for high school students in Year 11 and Year 12. It will be published annually and released in the lead-up to The Women's College Open Day. This first issue is a mini-mag and provides an insight into life at The Women's College and the activities with which residents are involved. There are endless opportunities to broaden your network and gain the most from your university education while living at Women's. We focus on how to extend those opportunities for residents to ensure [...]
Welcome to our first edition of FREDA....Freda in honour of our founding Principal, Anna Frederika (Freda) Bage. It's wonderful to reconnect with our alumnae through our new digital magazine and share with you the happenings and events around Women's College. To read our digital flipbook version (once opened click the fullscreen icon), and ensure you download the issuu app - https://issuu.com/womens/docs/freda_alumnae_magazine_issue_01_june_2020 Or download this pdf version - FREDA Alumnae Magazine_Issue 01 June 2020