The South African government has pledged that education should be free for underprivileged and working-class students. Does this mean that they can help you fund your studies, and how can you get on board?
A student loan can help you pay for anything study related, from tuition fees to accommodation and textbooks. Let’s find out more about the application process.
Are you considering studying towards a degree in engineering? Before you make the final call, it is important to consider what your interests are, what is required from you to study further as well as what your career option would be.
Let’s take a look at the job searching process as well as some tips on how you can prepare yourself to jump into the job market.
So the government is committed to fee-free education. The big question now is whether this will put an end to the missing middle’s fight for funding.
Are you wondering whether Maths and Science are really worth taking to matric? Well, we’ll be investigating why these subjects are actually important…
Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Colleges fulfil an important role in our society, but they tend to be considered less desirable than a University. Let’s unpack why this perspective is not the whole truth…
As an international student looking to study in South Africa, things can get complicated. How do A Levels fit into the South African application system?
You’ve heard that bursaries can help you with your tertiary studies, but how exactly can they do this and at what cost to you?
When applying for tertiary studies, most people get very excited about trying to win a scholarship. But, what is a scholarship and how can it help YOU to get ahead in your studies? We’ve done some research to help clue you up…
While there are a few ways you can apply to your tertiary institution of choice, online applications could save you time and energy.
Do you feel like everyone around you is going to university and you’re trapped because you can’t afford it? We hear you. Why not educate yourself for free?