Avoid the rush, study mid-year
Picture: Roger Wyman
Tahnee Blight says: ‘‘ TAFE or other registered training organisation students often finish in the middle of the year, so mid-year entry to university can provide convenient timing for a student to progress their studies into their chosen degree at university.’’
Edward Alder, 24, will start a management degree at UniSA next month.
Alder, who returned to Adelaide this year after completing an advanced diploma in hospitality with a Melbourne trainer, hopes the management qualification will increase his opportunities in the hospitality industry.
‘‘( Starting mid-year) has given me a bit more time to set myself up and do everything I want to do without rushing things,’’ he says.
‘‘ I’ve found a rental property and I’ve started doing some full-time bar management work.’’
TIMING: Bar manager Edward Alder is about to begin a management degree at UniSA.