Making a career decision as a teenager can be overwhelming and anxiety producing.
For those students who do not wish to confine themselves to one subject area at university and are looking for a more holistic type of education a Liberal Arts and Science programme could be a great option.
For our Class 12 students this has been a busy semester; alongside their academic commitments and Extracurricular activities
Visiting a university campus is very important: it is a way to verify your assumptions about that school, city, region, or country; to ask important questions; to let the school know of your interest to attend there; and to try to get a sense of your comfort level there.
So we all know that the way we think is vital to our success in life. But what mindsets are the most helpful?
Today Ibu Sarah would like to share 10 resources that your family may find useful in the transition between school and further education.
Dyatmika University Fair
Last week around 40 parents of students in Classes 9 to 12 joined me in the School Library to learn more about Bridge-U, the new online careers and university platform that their children now have personalised access to.
After another outstanding year of A Level results from our Class 12 graduates, many are saying their final farewells, collecting their study visas and heading off to start a new adventure at universities around the world.
apan has one of the most competitive university admissions processes in the world. There are hundreds of Japanese universities: public, private and national. Each university requires at least one round of exams prior to admission. The most prestigious universities, such as the University of Tokyo, often schedule multiple rounds of exams.
Taking A Gap Year
The university options in the United States are numerous and extremely varied with more than 4,000 public and private institutions. Students need to research beyond name recognition to really get a sense of the university and whether it would be a good fit – academic, social and financial – for them.
Spotlight on New Zealand