Higher Education student and parent resources:
ESF is proud of its support to students in determining their pathways beyond school. Each student is an individual with individual aptitudes, aspirations, and achievements. The best approach to career planning is a multi-dimensional one that starts with the student reflecting on achievements, aspirations and aptitudes. This can be done with:
- an interview from a careers and HE counsellor;
- aptitude tests;
- attendance at talks and fairs; and
- searching the internet.
Each school has newsletters and in some cases web materials. Parents and students can contact their schools for more information.