TAFE NSW OFFERS JASMINE A PATHWAY TO HIGHER LEARNING
With HSC exams only a month away, TAFE NSW graduate Jasmine Fuentes says there’s more than one way to get into the university you want after school and is encouraging anyone with a desire to pursue higher education to consider studying at TAFE NSW.
Inspiring mum of four takes on uni thanks to TAFE NSW
Student of the year and mum of four Nicole Li is calling on people to consider alternate pathways to tertiary study after opening a new chapter of her life with TAFE NSW.
Jake levels up his gaming career with TAFE NSW
St Leonards local and former international sports superstar Jake Meyer is levelling up his game development career dreams thanks to TAFE NSW.
SCHOOL LEAVER GETS SECOND SHOT AT SUCCESS THANKS TO TAFE NSW
A Glenwood local has fast-tracked her way to university after she was diagnosed with a medical condition in her final year of high school, which prevented her from completing the HSC.
TAFE NSW sets Nicole on path to success
Nicole Healey says that a vocational alternative to the HSC has been vital to putting her on the path to success at university.
TAFE NSW helps Lachie pirouette to physiotherapy
Lachie Martin returned to Tamworth to complete a one-year Higher School Certificate (HSC) equivalent course at TAFE NSW which has established a pathway to university to study physiotherapy after a career-ending injury saw him leave the prestigious Australian Ballet School.
How TAFE NSW changed Kyra’s life
Engadine local Kyra Scott says finishing her schooling with TAFE NSW changed her life. Now she’s encouraging any students to consider the range of study options available at TAFE NSW to enhance their career options and experience the same life-changing results.
TAFE NSW Cooma gives Hannah a head start to a career in mental health
A home-schooled Nimmitabel teenager is using a TAFE NSW course to graduate from year 12 without having set foot in a classroom for seven years.
How TAFE NSW 'nursed' Courtney's career to health
After a series of health struggles that rendered her unable to finish her HSC, Courtney Jones thought her dreams of a career in nursing were over. Enter TAFE NSW.