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UKZN Academics Visit Secondary Schools

UKZN Academics Visit Secondary Schools

University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN)

An innovative new initiative led by the University Teaching and Learning Office, in partnership with the School of Education, resulted in 30 academics from different UKZN Schools and Colleges joining student teachers on a recent visit to a diverse array of KwaZulu-Natal secondary schools. View [+]
Employers urged to support youth plan

Employers urged to support youth plan

Student News

The National Youth Development Agency has called on employers across all industries in South Africa to support the recently released Youth Employment Accord, a government-led initiative aimed at tackling economic challenges facing the youth. View [+]
4000 Students capped during graduation week at Walter Sisulu University

4000 Students capped during graduation week at Walter Sisulu University

Student News

Saturday 11 May marked the end of a week filled with uninhibited laughter, tears of joy and deep sighs of relief as more than 4000 WSU graduands were capped at WSU’s campuses in East London, Butterworth and Mthatha. View [+]
University teams raring to go before second weekend of Varsity Hockey series

University teams raring to go before second weekend of Varsity Hockey series

Student News

The University of the Free State’s women’s hockey team will count on their home fans to give them the edge when they play host to the dangerous NWU-Pukke, the University of Pretoria (Tuks) and the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) on the second weekend of Varsity Hockey action. View [+]
Tuks representatives shine at G20 Youth Forum in Russia

Tuks representatives shine at G20 Youth Forum in Russia

University of Pretoria (UP)

The G20 Youth Forum was the largest international event organised for young leaders in 2013, and over 1 500 young leaders, students and academics, representatives from the business world and governments participated in it. *Six students from the University of Pretoria had been selected as representatives of the South African youth contingent to attend the Forum in Saint Petersburg from 17 to 21 April 2013. View [+]
Career Indaba to help matrics and students with career guidance and job information

Career Indaba to help matrics and students with career guidance and job information

Career Indaba

The annual Career Indaba will once again bridge the gap for students between studying and entering the working world. Career Indaba is taking place alongside the African Education Week Annual Convention and Learning Expo from 19-22 June at the Sandton International Convention Centre in Johannesburg. View [+]
MID YEAR ANXIETIES – THEY ARE MORE NORMAL THAN YOU MAY THINK

MID YEAR ANXIETIES – THEY ARE MORE NORMAL THAN YOU MAY THINK

Student News

Mid- year examinations are starting to occupy the minds of many students across campuses in South Africa. For those who are not studying this year and others who might be considering other options, now is the time to make big decisions regarding future education and careers. View [+]
Qwaqwa Campus launches No Student Hungry Programme

Qwaqwa Campus launches No Student Hungry Programme

University of the Free State (Kovsies)

The Qwaqwa Campus of the University of the Free State launched the No Student Hungry (NSH) Programme on Friday 26 April 2013. The programme aims to provide needy students with a daily balanced meal to enable them to concentrate in class and ultimately obtain their degrees. View [+]
Northlink College Laptop Initiative – Giving students the edge

Northlink College Laptop Initiative – Giving students the edge

Northlink College

The Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) course at Northlink College Tygerberg Campus received laptops as well as laptop bags as part of their course and the new laptop initiative started by the College. View [+]
Compulsory laptops at UCT: Pilot project investigates usefulness

Compulsory laptops at UCT: Pilot project investigates usefulness

Student News

Laptops became compulsory this year for four courses at UCT - in physics, chemical engineering, architecture design and theory, and law. And a UCT researcher will be tracking just how useful they are in the learning process. View [+]

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