How to get into a better-paid job or good uni without an ATAR, in the shortest possible time...
Wondering whether you'll get the ATAR you desire this year?
It really doesn't matter what ATAR you get..
What matters is whether you want to go to uni, get a job, or do both... and how soon you want to get there.
If you want to go to uni... stop worrying!
There's a smarter way to get into the uni of your choice AND to ensure you get a job faster than your peers, after your degree.
After all, that's the purpose of your degree isn't it? To get a job when you finish uni?
Spend 12 months studying at Australian Business Academy...
100% of our students who have wanted to go to uni, have received entrance into their 1st or 2nd choice, most with significant credit.
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This includes UNSW, USYD, UWS, ANU, UC, UTS, Macquarie and more...
But why is it smarter?
Why wouldn't I just go straight to uni if I get an offer?
Great question... here's why...
1. At ABA in just 12 months you gain at least one qualification
- Which means, you don't risk getting 2 years into a degree to realise it's not for you or not what you thought it would be and having nothing to show for the time you've invested
2. Through ABA you gain experience and access to jobs before, during or after uni
- University is designed to help you prepare for a job, however you don't gain experience whilst you study which is why gaining employment straight out of university is more difficult.
- In 2009, only 79.2% percent of bachelor degree graduates seeking full-time employment were in full-time employment within four months of completing their degrees. 97% of ABA graduates* on the other hand, who wanted jobs, have found jobs within 12 weeks of graduating.
- If you go to uni after ABA you'll be more employable than your peers going for the same jobs at the end of your degree as you'll have experience and an extra qualification that they won't.
- You can even use your ABA qualification to help you get a job in the field whilst you complete your degree so you will already have secured a future before graduating, not to mention making your university studies more relevant whilst you study them.
3. You get a rate of return on your time and money invested in studies, faster
- The 2009 average salary of both VET graduates and university graduates was approximately $48,000. The difference is, ABA takes less than half the time, and up to a third of the investment that it takes complete a university degree.
For those who want jobs... now is the time for you to act.
Don't start a dead end job that in 12 months you'll be hating and wondering how on earth you're ever going to progress.
Spend just 12-18 more months studying at Australian Business Academy and follow in the footsteps of our Alumni...
97% of our students who have wanted jobs found them within 12 weeks of graduating.
We run nationally accredited and recognised courses in Management, Marketing, Graphic Design, Business Administration, IT, Sport and Recreation, Travel and Tourism, Accounting and Human Resource Management.
Our classes are small, the level of support is high and personal, and our facilitators are from the industry.
Whilst you're here you'll get experience whilst you're studying and full-time classes are usually only 2-4 days a week.....
AND we have VET FEE-HELP so you can study now and pay later...
Click the button below, or enter your details at the bottom of the page to find out more about our courses, or call us on 1800 063 049 to chat to one of our friendly and experienced Course and Careers Advisers...
We can help you figure out whether we have the right courses environment to help you succeed...
The decisions you make at the end of this year will lay the foundations for your future success and pathway options...
Make sure you seriously consider ABA so that you make an informed decision about this important next step in your future.
For you to make an informed decision, you need to have enough information. If you haven't got an ABA info pack, or visited our campuses you should do it this week. You have everything to gain, and nothing to lose by getting this information immediately.
Note: The graduate salary stats, if you'd like to read about them are from December 2009 Gradfiles, A Snapshot of Employment Outcomes of Recent Higher Education Graduates by Graduate Careers Australia. They are also drawn from from December 2010, Australian vocational education and training statistics: Student outcomes 2010 by the National Centre for Vocational Education and Research (NCVER).
*student who have completed an ABA internship