How to use the ‘Academic Guidance Programme’

The Academic Guidance programme was created in 2008 to provide students with advice on the academic life, career choices, and life choices in general.

“Academic guidance is the guidance given by your teachers or your college or university on the best course of study or research,” reads a brochure.

The aim is to help students understand how they should approach the academic process, and then make the right choices.

Some people use it to get advice on career or financial advice.

Others use it for counselling, counselling groups, and even to help them find employment.

Academic advisers are often paid for their work and are not required to sign any contracts.

They can be part of the same organisation as students, but do not have to abide by the same rules.

What do they do?

If you are in a group of 10 or more, you can get advice from any one of the Advisers.

There are two different types of Advisers: Academic Advisors and Career Advisors.

When students apply for a Job, Academic Advisers will advise you on the relevant job opportunities, and the career paths they want to pursue.

You will be given the option of accepting the advice or not.

If the job is not offered, then Career Advisers are available to provide advice on job prospects and careers that fit the applicant’s interests.

For example, if a person is looking for a career in advertising, they can get guidance from a Career Advisor.

As a student, the Advisor is able to advise you about academic and career options, and also what kind of work they are qualified to do.

However, they cannot offer you employment advice or financial or personal advice.

They must only give advice on your options.

Are there any restrictions?

Yes, there are.

Students have to declare their interests in each career to a Career Adviser, and have to pay them for their time.

It is also a requirement for some advisers to take part in an academic guidance group.

In most cases, students can also apply for advice through a Career Guidance Group, but they must pay a fee.

Should I do it?

There is no right or wrong answer here, as many people choose to do it, and students can do whatever they like.

But if you want to use this guide, then you need to get your head around it.

First things first, ask the adviser what they do. 

If they tell you they are doing a job or career advice group, then they are not an adviser and do not need to be signed up for a contract.

Then you should make an appointment to get a Career Guide to the adviser. 

Once you have your Career Guide, you will need to sign a contract with them.

That means you will have to sign them up for their fees and they will have an obligation to tell you about the work they offer. 

In some cases, this will not be a problem, as you can ask them to do the work for free. 

However, if you do want to work for a Career Advisor, you must pay them the fees they charge. 

That means that if they are offering advice about careers they do not offer, you should consider getting the advice free of charge.