A few wise words of encouragement: "Check it out and don't be afraid...There's really no harm in looking."
On-the-job training provides a good alternative to university study for many and is helping to plug skill shortages in many sectors.
An apprenticeship and career in the trades is just as financially lucrative across a lifetime as a university degree, according to a new report by economic think tank BERL.
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Jody Hopkinson weighs opinion on the Government’s new fees-free tertiary education policy.
Diana Clement talks to Teagan Hansen, one of around 900 AUT students who are recipients of the many types of scholarships available.
ANNIE GRAHAM-RILEY looks at why graduates in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects are in such hot demand.
Annie Graham-Riley looks at the new bite-sized qualifications that look set to change the relationship between work and study.
We've heard plenty about efforts to make science, technology, engineering and mathematics - or STEM - a more diverse space and one that appeals to tomorrow's bright minds. Are they working? Jamie Morton talked to one of our best known role models for science, University of Auckland microbiologist Dr Siouxsie Wiles.