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The application and placement process for the 2020 academic year for Grades 1 and 8 in Gauteng public schools has gone live this morning.

The Admissions Online Application System -- which went online at 8am -- was introduced to make it easy and convenient for parents to submit applications rather than queue at a school.

It has also provided accurate information to the Department of Education for planning purposes, such as planning of allocation of resources including educators, classrooms, learning and teaching study materials.

The department assured that the online process has improved and now has capacity to accommodate 50 000 simultaneous users.

Parents or applicants with children in Grade R in the current school as well as for Grade 8 in Schools of Focused Learning or Schools of Specialisation should also be made online.

These opportunities to take part in internships, learnerships, bursaries and other training programmes are closing soon.

Please apply now so you don't miss out.

Would you like to be a teacher? It is a great career as you get to help in developing our country by teaching the next generation. 

The other positive is that there are bursaries available to cover all the costs of getting the degree. Even if you later in life want to change careers you are in a godo position as you already have a degree.

There are many different areas you can specialise in so there is something for everyone.

There are two very popular bursary programmes available - the Funza Lushaka Bursary for government schools and the ISASA Bursary from independent private schools.

Click here for details of the Funza Lushaka Bursary

Click here for details of the Isasa Bursary Scheme

 

Harambee is an organisation that provides a free service for the youth of South Africa who are looking for a job.

If you are younger than 35 and looking for a job then Harambee are here to help you!

Do you know any youth or are you currently a youth between the ages of 18 and 34 who have a matric certificate and are unemployed?

Harambee's assessments and training help you get and keep a real job at a real company. Harambee has placed over 40,000 young people with over 400 of South Africa’s top companies.

 

CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE

 

 

Internships are offered by many large companies to give you valuable work experience, and you will get paid.  Different companies offer different amounts depending on the job that you do.

Doing well at an internship can help you get a full time job at the company and an increased salary.

To make it easier for you we have looked across the country to find all the internships that are available and put them in one place.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE LATEST INTERNSHIPS

 

 

 

If you want to be a teacher bursaries are available to pay for your studies. You can then serve an internship at independent schools across the country.

SAMSTIP is an ISASA initiative that aims to address a root cause of South Africa’s skills shortage: the critical lack of qualified mathematics and science teachers.

SAMSTIP, Investec and the Department of Basic Education are offering prospective Senior and Further Education and Training (FET) teachers specialising in the fields of Mathematics and the Sciences an opportunity to win bursaries to study for a four year Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) degree or a one year Post-graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) at UNISA.

CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS

 

Have you ever wanted to study at UCT? The University of Cape Town has often been voted the top university in South Africa on international charts. 

The university offers many degree courses across a wide range of faculties. You could study, Social Science, Arts, Business, Commerce, Engineering, Health and many more. Last year President Zuma announced there would be free university fees for middle class families. If you couldn't afford varsity fees before you might now be able to study at UCT.

Bursaries are now available from NSFAS for students who can't afford to pay university fees, so that shouldn't stop you from applying to study at varsity.

 

Applications are now open for study at UCT. You can do it all online. Click here for more details

 

More about UCT.

SETAs have bursaries available and you can receive one if you are studying at a tertiary institution.

The Fasset Seta has bursaries available for young people studying full time for certain courses.

The Seta is doing this to support learners and to achieve their goal of making sure there are enough graduates to work in jobs where there is a shortage of skills. 

Even if you have some funding for your studies, it is always useful to get additional support and funds often run out before the end of the year.

CLICK HERE FOR FULL DETAILS

 

 

Government internships are a great way to get work experience and it looks really good on your CV to have worked for government.

Limited opportunities are available throughout the year, but the Departments of Labour and Health are recruiting now.

For full details of all the internships available CLICK HERE

A police internship is a great way to get experience with the SA Police, or SAPS as it is known.  Members of the police are respected in society and contribute to developing our democracy.

An internship with the police can lead to a long and successful career in law enforcement.

As well as the possibility of leading to a career in the police, an internship can also lead to jobs in traffic police, municipal police or private security.

There are many different internships available with the police.

Click here for current internships

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