GET­TING ON THE RIGHT COURSE

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COURSE OP­TIONS

Ed­u­ca­tion providers of­fer cour­ses and re­sources to help stu­dents tran­si­tion into ter­tiary study. On­line re­sources may cover maps, ac­com­mo­da­tion, coun­selling, ad­vice, and en­rol­ment op­tions. Short cour­ses in ter­tiary or univer­sity prepa­ra­tion can help stu­dents learn or hone skills in es­say writ­ing, note­tak­ing, or ex­ams. Longer pro­grams be­tween six months and a year can help stu­dents de­velop nu­mer­acy, lit­er­acy and com­puter skills.

COST

Most cour­ses and pro­grams do not have tu­ition fees, with places pro­vided by the Fed­eral Gov­ern­ment. How­ever, there may be costs for sta­tionery, in­ter­net us­age and other study ma­te­ri­als.

PAT H WAYS

Some ed­u­ca­tion providers may al­low course and pro­gram grad­u­ates to gain en­try in cer­tain bach­e­lor de­grees.

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