As the end of the year nears, the matrics of 2023 will need to decide on what to study. While there may be endless possibilities, making the “right” choice can be daunting. What career should they pursue? Which path aligns most closely with their dreams, skills and values? How do they ensure that their chosen path won't lead to regrets later?

“For many, this is the first time they are asked to make significant decisions that will shape their futures. While parents can guide the process, ultimately the buck stops with the matriculant who will have to live with the decision, which can easily lead to analysis paralysis on their part,” says Adrian Garden, deputy dean for teaching and learning at The Independent Institute of Education’s Rosebank College...

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