Comprehensive career guidance services are offered.
The emphasis is on the importance of personal decision-making skills and the associated acceptance of responsibility.
The prospective student is, however, supported in this process by professionally qualified staff members who make use of a variety of techniques, including psychometric testing, career information and interviews.
A fee will be charged for the career guidance programme.
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