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Programme Selection

Published: 12 April 2016

If you are unsure whether the programme you have chosen is the right one for you then you may need to see a general study advisor who can act as a "sounding board" as you weigh the pros and cons. Of course, it is you who must make the decision about which educational path to take, but it is often good to talk to someone who is objective. Study advisors cannot give you all the answers but we can help you by asking questions and listening to your thoughts and concerns.

Getting to know yourself is a process.  Please do the following tests/self-inventory before you book an appointment.

Remember that a university education opens many doors in the labour market.  Any single programme of study can lead to a number of possible job titles. For many occupations, no specific training is required.  Different programmes can lead to the same job.


Do you have several different interests?

Perhaps you, like many others, find it difficult to choose education because you have several different interests and do not want to "opt out" of something that you are interested in. But having several areas that feel possible can be an asset and shows that you have "multi-competence". This movie can be inspiring

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