What do you want to study?
Astronomy includes looking at the celestial bodies, the history of the universe and the study of radiation in space.
Automotive Engineering courses at tertiary level will leave you with a wide range of skills relating to automotive electrical and mechanical engineering.
A degree in aviation includes the theory of flying, aviation laws and regulation and the practical skills of how to fly and aircraft.
Baking courses teach techniques such as how to create cakes, sponges, pastries and rolls, as well as decorating, filling and glazing.
Beauty Therapy looks at all aspects of professional facial and body treatments.
Biochemistry aims to understand life at a molecular, chemical level.
Bioinformatics combines the tools and techniques of mathematics, statistics, computer science and biology in order to understand the biology of organisms.
Biology is the study of living things from animals and plants to micro-organisms.
Biomedical Engineering is the study of applying engineering principles and techniques to medical and biological problems.
Biotechnology is the process of modifying living organisms to make things for human purpose.
A Bricklayer is a craftsperson who is trained in the art of laying bricks and blocks.
Building and Construction courses will leave you with a firm understanding of the building industry and construction methods.
Building science is the study of knowledge that focuses on the analysis and control of the physical phenomena affecting buildings of all kinds.
Business Administration courses are designed to improve your career opportunities in business environments.
Business Studies courses give an overview of many of the core business skills such as accounting, banking, finance, management and commercial law.
Carpentry is the art of a skilled craftsperson that works with timber to construct, install and maintain buildings, furniture and other objects.
Cell and Molecular Bioscience refers to the areas of science that deal with the function of cells as integrated systems at the molecular level.
Chemical engineering is the study of how large amounts of raw materials can be processed into more valuable items through the use of different processes.