Are you interested in a career in environmental, food, biotech, or laboratory science-related fields? Our science programmes can be the start of your exciting study journey with options starting in Semester 2.
Deciding what you want to be or do after school can be scary. At Wintec, we talk to students every day who are dealing with this challenge, and we have developed a range of resources and programmes below to help you make the big decisions.
Explore the options below to discover our resources.
Use our Future You tool to discover what job or career could be right for you, and which programmes of study can take you there.
Experience what a job or programme could be like at one of our STAR taster courses.
Spend a day being a student at Wintec.
For those 16-19 ready to leave school, you may be eligible to study one of our foundation courses for free.
Take a tour of our campus and facilities.
We have regular information sessions, taster days and other events. Check out what's available and book in.
Choosing your school subjects
So it is time to choose your subjects, and like many people across the country, the endless options can give you a headache. Do not stress; you are not alone and have plenty of options. If you are a few years off finishing school, try keeping your subjects as broad as possible. If you can, we recommend studying maths, English and science to keep your options open as you move closer towards study after high school.
If you realise in your final year of school that you have not taken all the subjects you need to get into the course you want to do, do not panic. Talk to the Careers Advisor at school, or contact our Wintec recruitment team to discuss what your options are.
Do you have a question?
Please get in touch - we are happy to help.
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Are you interested in a career in horticulture or landscape design and construction? Our programmes can be the start of your exciting study journey.