INTEC Education College Open Day December 2016

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Updated 10 Mar 2020

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Business. Accountancy. Engineering. A-Level. Diploma. Studying abroad.

It can be perplexing with all the countless options that are available: pick a route that’s familiar, or take a path that’s less travelled? Choose something that’s considered the “safe” option, or aim for the stars and study something you’re truly passionate about?

As an SPM student who just wants some room to breathe after a draining marathon of examination papers, perhaps you don’t have the luxury of having the time to think about what your career pathway will be like.

But that’s okay because thankfully, INTEC will be having an Open Day to guide you!

When and where?

Happening on the 3rd of December 2016 (Saturday), from 9am to 2pm at INTEC Education College, explore your study opportunities ranging from A-Level and Australian Matriculation to professional accountancy courses like ACCA and ICAEW.

Why should you attend?

With “Fly High” as the theme, the sky is truly your limit for your career.

With alluring topics and discussions like “Why SACE International for Pre-U?”, “A-Level Is Really the Choice!” and “Why Choose Germany to Be an Engineer?”, coordinators and scholar representatives will be present to answer all your doubts and questions, as well as to ensure that you make the right decision to peak in your career.

Of course, it’s not just all dull and boring. There will also be activities and game booths available to liven up the atmosphere. Food trucks will be present to provide refreshments and you’ll also get a comprehensive tour around the campus.

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