Most of this support is provided to students completing the Advanced Level (A-level) stage of schooling, or for their subsequent university studies. These levels of study often require considerable financial commitments such as extra tuition classes, board and lodging, educational materials and travel.
While awaiting the results of their A-levels, students are encouraged to undertake basic courses in English and information technology (IT) to improve their job prospects. For students not progressing to university, the Foundation also assists with undertaking a range of professional and vocational courses including accountancy, administration, human resources and motor mechanics.
The remainder of support is provided to students at the Ordinary Level (O-level) stage or below, in addition to assistance for group classes in English and general school subjects. Computers and other school supplies are also provided.