Don't let the college application process throw you into panic mode.

Follow these easy guidelines to help you decide

on the best college that suits your needs.


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Financial preparation

Furthering your studies can be costly, especially if you don’t plan ahead. Financial preparation for college is essential if you want to step into college straight out of high school.

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How to choose a course?

There are many factors to consider when choosing a college course. First, you need to look at job availability. Make sure the career you want to pursue offers ample job opportunities.

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Which college to study at

Do you know which college to study at? Well, if you haven’t decided yet, don’t stress. One of the best ways to find the perfect college is to consider your needs, time, money and future goals.

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Are you ready for college?

Many students think college is a place where you hang out with friends and plan your next party. This is far from the truth.

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The college application process can be confusing. What is the cut-off date for registrations? How much money do you have to pay up front? What documents do you need to apply for college?

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Did you know?


Early action

Getting into college is not as difficult as you might think. If you are serious about getting a college education, submit your college application form early and ensure you meet the course entrance requirements.  
You are in charge
Remember, you are in control of your future. Stay focused on what’s important to you and what you want to achieve with your college education. By taking control and planning ahead for your college assignments and exams, you should have no problem passing your college course.  

You are unique

Choose a college that meets your personal and educational needs. Don’t worry about how “famous” the college is. Put effort in and take advantage of all the opportunities you get. Once you graduate, you will realise that your hard work was all worth it.    

You're not alone

If you need help choosing a college or deciding on what you want to study, speak to your family, friends, or a school counselor. They might be able to help you identify the right college and course for your future career goals and that meet your financial circumstances.