There are many different reasons to go to university. Some careers, like psychologists and lawyers, require a university qualification. But no matter what career you're interested in, university graduates have a much higher rate of employment and receive higher salaries.
Many of our students also go to university as a way of adding to the knowledge they gained throughout their senior secondary studies. For example, if you undertook Art in years 11 and 12, you may wish to continue this subject at uni.
Most importantly, you'll graduate with a range of skills that will really set you apart. University students learn how to think critically and flexibly, as well as becoming self-disciplined – which are all great assets for any future career.