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    Default Diploma in counselling

    Has any one done this externally? I need to start using my brains again and as I can't get hecs need something I can pay off monthly

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    How come you can't get hecs

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    I am also looking into some tafe cert iv and diploma programs at the moment. Seem to be different ways of help with funding them.
    My friend did masters of counseling if you have a bachelors degree there might not be too much price diff between this and a diploma and higher qual

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    Because I am from nz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patience Belmont View Post
    Because I am from nz.
    If you have a uni course you are interested have a look at studying externally through a NZ uni. When I did my uni exam which I sit at the closest uni to me because I study through an interstate uni, there was a whole heap of NZ uni students doing their exams as well. I was chatting to a girl and she goes through the NZ program.

    ETA the one that the NZ students seemed to be studying through was Massey. She was studying externally through NZ as she was unable to get HECS here in Australia.

    Good luck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheerilee View Post
    If you have a uni course you are interested have a look at studying externally through a NZ uni. When I did my uni exam which I sit at the closest uni to me because I study through an interstate uni, there was a whole heap of NZ uni students doing their exams as well. I was chatting to a girl and she goes through the NZ program.

    ETA the one that the NZ students seemed to be studying through was Massey. She was studying externally through NZ as she was unable to get HECS here in Australia.

    Good luck!
    Thanks for that that sounds really helpful


 

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