Avoid the rush, study mid-year

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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.

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