Apple has been making a name for itself in education.
From teaching computer science and math to teaching music, video and design, the company has set itself apart from rivals like Google and Microsoft.
Apple has also pioneered a system called Apple Courses that allow students to work on specific courses in their chosen subject for free.
But while Apple Coures has been gaining popularity, it is not the only place for students to take an Apple education.
The company offers other ways to earn a degree from its own businesses.
The latest Apple-branded course for Apple University graduates is AppleCarePlus.
The course costs $3,000, which means it is available to Apple students across Australia.
Apple says it will provide courses to students in the US, the UK and New Zealand in the future.
AppleCarePlus was first launched in the United States, and Apple is offering more courses around the world.
“We’re thrilled to be working with Apple to bring AppleCare to all of our students across the world,” Ms Fergusson said.
“It’s great to see our students in more than a dozen countries enjoying the benefits of AppleCare.”
If you’re a student in the UK, we’ve also offered courses for you in the past, and we look forward to working with them on AppleCare Plus in the coming weeks.
“Ms Ferguson says that AppleCare will not replace other education programs offered by the company.”
AppleCare is only a small part of our education program,” she said.