So school is finally over, and most of your results may be in by now, so what to do now? Let us help you...
You have been working so hard, it’s time to relax! The sun is shining and school has broken up for summer, so get on that beach and enjoy yourself!
Think about what you want to do in the future
Not many people know exactly what they want to do in the future in regards to their career, so if you are looking for further study, the best advice we can give you is to study something you enjoy! This way it is more likely to lead to a career you will enjoy and you will be more willing to work hard on a subject you find interesting. Follow your passion!
Take our Quiz 'What should you study?' to find out what course best suits you!
Start to look at Universities
See which universities have the courses available for what you are thinking of studying. If you really have no idea, going for a broader course that covers a lot of different topics can be really helpful so you can figure out which path you would like to take. Attend their open days, information sessions and follow their social media. This way you can see what is going on and get a look at the kind of work their students are currently creating. Register for JMC Academy’s Open day in January if you are interested in studying in the creative Industry in Animation, Audio, Digital Design, Contemporary Music & Performance, Songwriting, Game Development, Entertainment Business Management or Film & TV.
Applications & Scholarships
If you are still unsure, enquire and ask to speak to the student recruitment advisors who will talk you through your options. Many universities have Scholarships, so if you are worried about money, make sure you ask which scholarships are available and how you can apply for them. JMC Academy have recently announced 3 APRA/AMCOS sponsored Song writing scholarships available to year 11 and 12 students! Take a look at all of the scholarships available at JMC Academy here…
Best of luck in the future!
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