Post secondary (tertiary) education means any study from Vocational Education and Training (VET) to university.
Vocational Education and Training (VET)
Vocational Education and Training (VET) offers qualifications from a Certificate I to a Graduate Diploma while universities offer Higher Education degrees.
You can study VET courses in a Registered Training Organisation or at your local TAFE. To find out about VET courses and Registered Training Organisations, visit:
Differences between High School and Tertiary Education
There are many differences between school and VET.
What's the difference between school and VET fact sheet (opens in a new window) compares a number of aspects of school, VET and university life. Areas covered are: Learning Environment, Enrolment, Classroom, Managing Your Study, Study Expectations and Support.
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