If you are in matric and still unsure about what to study next year, you can consider doing an academic bridging year in your field of interest.
A Johannesburg-based career advisor, Professor Zak Nel believes this will allow you to constructively explore your options while gaining new skills and knowledge.
Nel has been providing career counselling for approximately 40 years and advised matriculants to think of their first year after school as a key building block to help establish their career path.
“The gap between school and tertiary education is huge, causing thousands of students each year to fall by the wayside. Many first-year students experience problems adapting to the…
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