Getting a taste of work


  • Education Premium
  • Sunday, 09 Jul 2006

YEAR 11 students of Garden International School had a taste of working life when they undertook an eight-day work experience placement. As part of the Year 11 curriculum, a total of 122 students participated in the placement at the end of their IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) examinations before starting their tertiary education.  

The students gained invaluable insights into the world of work in fields they plan to pursue their studies in. The various fields students were involved in included business, medicine, commerce, law, advertising and many others. There are numerous benefits for students experiencing work placement at this stage of their studies.  

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