Being a professional athlete is one of the most glamorised careers. As a parent, are you willing to support your child’s passion?
Are you thinking of applying to study but don’t meet the requirements? Or perhaps you don’t feel confident to start your educational journey? We get you. Find out how you can prepare yourself for university and set a foundation for your future.
You may be wondering how you will be able to survive the matric year and the exam season itself. Shirley has some tips and advice on how to prepare to pass matric – like a boss.
Writing Matric exams is one thing. Actually passing Matric is another. When the results come out, not everyone necessarily gets to celebrate the end of a successful high school career. Read further to find out what other options you have.
Technology is only becoming more popular as an educational tool and, as students of the 21st century, we’re happy with any excuse to bring our devices into the classroom.
Is having a degree necessary for job security? Cara breaks down a few facts about studying and the work environment. If it’s advice you want, we have working professionals give their opinions too. Unfortunately, the answer is not as clear as you would like it to be. Students, whether they are in their FET phase or during their […]
“It does not matter whether we win or lose.” The above is a mantra many of us consider old fashioned in today’s world. The world we face each and every day is becoming more fixated with success, and with the desire, the drive, and even the obsession, to win. Perhaps it’s the thought of being […]
Some love it, and some hate it, but everyone needs to do it at some point. Group Work might not be the modus operandi for the majority of your academic career, but somewhere along the line, you will be asked to work with others. Whether it floats your boat or not, you just have to […]
Being a teen mom is difficult, no doubt about that. Nicole Nieuwenhuizen is proof that life can definitely go on after falling pregnant in high school, and that it can be pretty great too. ‘A choice or mistake, one mistake that changed my life forever. A mistake I was judged by, a choice I was […]
All undergraduates can relate to the lecture struggle. You could be spending your 45-minute classes studying the media or working in a laboratory; either way you will struggle to make morning classes, keep up with presentation slides and wonder how long 45 minutes really could last. How you think and feel about lectures will vary […]