Study Options

Study-care is partnership with many education providers all around the world, so that our students have more options to choose the best. Different levels of education such as

English course

  • General (for communication)
  • Academics (pathway to academic study such as colleges, universities)
  • Business (for business contexts such as working environments)
  • IELTS, CE – Cambridge English, PTE…(for many purposes including college and university pathway)

High schools

There are many options for students to choose such public schools, private schools (including religious schools, and boarding schools). It depends on specific needs of individuals for reputation, locations, services, facilities, and religions; our counsellors will guide you to choose the most suitable schools.

Vocational courses or TAFE (Technical and further education)

(Certificates (I, II, III, IV) to Diploma, and Advanced Diploma)

Known as VET courses (Vocational Education and Training), are more training and practical courses offered by accredited educational providers. These qualifications concentrate on a strong practical applications and focuses on building specific skills and knowledge.

VET courses are the best choice for those who wish to find a job and they are highly recognised and demanded from employers these days.


Why choosing VET courses:

  • More career oriented flexible time table (good for studying and working).
  • Affordable tuition fees with instalment payments (2-3 months per instalment).
  • Highly demand in some industries such electronic, beauty, chef, hospitality, graphic design, carpenter, and teaching….
  • VET courses might be integrated and substitute a higher education pathway.

Higher education:

  • Diploma, Bachelor, Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma, Master, and PhD.
  • The general higher education courses in a university, college, or Institute of Technology usually includes significant theoretical and abstract elements, as well as applied aspects (although limited offerings of internships or SURF programs attempt to provide practical applications).

Why choosing higher education:

  • Experience in a rich cultural and social environments in colleges and universities.
  • Form and develop critical thinking.
  • Increase earning potentials.
  • Increase in job promotion opportunities.
  • Attain rewarding career and lifestyle.
  • It’s an opportunity to look at what kind of person you are, what kind of life you want and how you can achieve your goals in the real world.
  • Higher education helps you develop qualities that employers value, such as problem-solving, critical thinking, and communication skills.
  • A higher education qualification is necessary for some careers – such as medicine, dentistry, chartered engineering and architecture. For some professions – like law or speech therapy- you will need an additional postgraduate qualification before you can practise.

You don’t need to have academic qualifications to go into higher education. Some universities are prepared to accept life and work experience as an alternative to formal qualifications. They may take your work experience into account if you apply to do an Access course, a foundation course or foundation year.