Higher Education

Higher Education, a near-essential part of life. Referring to any studying done after Matric, higher education provides students with additional qualifications necessary to obtain specific jobs and advance themselves in life. Options for higher education include universities and colleges, offering qualifications on degree, diploma and certificate levels. Which of these levels of higher education you qualify to go into depends upon your Matric pass - it takes a Bachelor's pass to qualify to study for a degree, a Diploma pass for a diploma and a Higher Certificate pass for a certificate. Read on to see what your options are in terms of higher education and see how the field of higher education is changing in South Africa.

Hailing from Orange Farm in Gauteng, and an attendee of the Engen Maths and Science School (EMSS) hosted weekly at Zakariyya Park Combined School, Hillary achieved five distinctions, with over 90% in maths and science.

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Boston City Campus CEO Ari Katz tells us that adding an international qualification to a CV adds tremendous value.

Brian Kantor,SACAP,

A new degree offering from SACAP provides a business management education with a solid understanding of applied psychology.

The career path you decide to pursue will largely determine where you should study. There are many excellent options available either at TVET College or University.

Vega,

Vega has been ranked as the Top Educational Institution in the Loeries official rankings.

Is a BCom the right study path for you? This abbreviation is often thrown about in Grade 12 classrooms but what does a BCom qualification mean?

Today accessing a higher education is easier than it has ever been. Not only is there more financial support for students but there are more institutions and programmes to choose from.

Despite South Africa’s massive unemployment crisis, there remains great demand in the world of work for suitably qualified employees in a range of fields.

The vast majority of the world's current education systems were designed to prepare people to be employable economic contributors in a world of work created by the industrial revolution. 

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