If you are serious about running SolidWorks you must use a certified graphics card.
You MIGHT be able to handle simple models with a Nvidia gaming card, but it is pure guesswork, and you are likely to encounter all kinds of problems.
As far as I know the Intel HD Graphics is an onboard card, and is the most unlikely to perform.
That said. Earlier it was possible to "hack" the graphics card to believe it is a professional card. Many years ago I did that, and got a decent performance from a gaming card - for a while. After one or two month the card just died completely. Maybe overheated. Search "Rivatuner" if you have the nerves.
in terms of performance the ranking is intel HD 620 / MX150 (eq. GeForce 1030) / GeForce 1050. So i would choose the ZenBook. To compare the performance with a Quadro it is eq. to a 2000 series, wich is not bad at all.
BUT there are limitations: No RealView is supported, Visualize won't have the denoiser function because it needs at least 4gig RAM on the graphics card. But maybe this is no issue at all. And you will have issues, when more files are open at the same time. I saw the performance broke down completely until a few files are closed. I think this a wanted limitation…And there are no certified drivers available. But you are a student and Laptops with Quadro cards built in are expensive. So maybe it's okay until you start to earn your money with SWX... Ten years ago all of our classroom computers were equipped with GeForce cards!