You finished your Matric Certificate, and you passed! Congratulations! But now you have found out that the course that you want to study needs maths for you to be able to register – what now? Do not panic! There are ways for you to finish your maths and catch up the studies you need to be able to enrol for the course of your dreams.
Which Courses Need Matric Maths?
There are many courses that you will need to have Maths to be able to enroll for. If you wish to apply for any of the below courses you will need to have Maths or Maths Literacy on your Matric Certificate.
- Accounting Studies
- Banking Studies
- Credit Management
- Economic Studies
- Educational Studies
- Finance Studies
- Government Finance Studies
- Information and Technology Studies
- Industrial Design Studies
- Logistics Studies
- Legal Studies
- Retail Business Management
- Nursing Studies
- Media Studies
- Pharmaceutical Studies
Are There Courses That I Can Study That Do Not Require Maths?
Just because you do not have maths on your Matric Certificate does not mean that you can not get a qualification. There are many courses that you can study that do require Maths. Have a look at this list of courses and see if there is one that will suit your needs.
If there is nothing on that list that you really want to study you always have the option of taking a bridging course to catch up the Maths you need to enroll for the course that your heart desires.
What Is A Bridging Course?
Bridging courses are short intensive courses designed for high school students who want to go to university. They are designed for students who are not confident with their preparation for university study, who do not have the right subjects for the course that they want to study, or who need to catch up on a few years of schooling. The subjects that are taught in bridging courses do not carry any credit towards your degree, but they can be useful in getting you up to standard in order to start a degree.
Students entering tertiary study without the recommended knowledge in a particular area should consider doing a bridging course. This may include students enrolling in courses such as engineering, business, nursing, architecture, traditional Chinese medicine and information technology. Find out more info on where to study a bridging course here:www.careerplanet.co.za
Now that you know what your options are, you can take charge of your future and continue your studies so that you can achieve your career goals. So get out there and get that qualification – today!
Last updated: November 8th 2016