If you’re getting ready to transition from high school to further studies amidst COVID-19, you probably already anticipated a more stressful year than usual. The pandemic, the lockdown, and the economy wobbles have added a few more worries. So, how should you be preparing for uni?
If your child is getting ready to transition from Year 12 to tertiary studies, there’s understandably an extra layer of anxiety in your household amidst COVID-19. Here's how you can help them navigate the many opportunities still available to them.
Finishing year 12 can be very exciting and a little confronting. If you’re considering your options, going to university is a great choice – but it’s not the only choice. Here are five options you could consider.
Your desire to study doesn’t have to be held back because you think you can’t afford it. Let's remove the mystery about study expenses, find out what to budget for, and look at options to reduce your costs.
We’ve all had to face quite a few changes in 2020. If you’re a year 12 student, you probably had a pretty good idea of how you wanted 2021 to look. Perhaps that’s no longer possible in quite the same way. Here's some advice on how to cope with a change of tertiary study plans.
It can be daunting wondering how you’re going to pay for university study and the costs that come with taking time to study, such as child care or reduced working hours, but there is help out there for you.