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Future Stars Competition

ENTER NOW – Inspiring Future Stars to Dream it, Believe it and Do it!

Student News

Have you ENTERED the Future Stars competition yet? If not, you have until the 30th of April 2013 to do so! GET your friends and family and to VOTE for you online :) Prizes to the value of R10 000 to be WON!! View [+]
Inkanyezi:

Inkanyezi: "Agents of Change" for Underprivileged Students

Student News

A youth-based educational organisation at UCT, Inkanyezi, has seen a positive leap in 2013, although it says it requires more support from the community in order to fulfil its goals.Since 2012, Inkanyezi has expanded its reach from one school to three. Currently, the project works with high school children in Khayelitsha, Philippi and other underprivileged areas where youths are struggling to pursue their educational aspirations. View [+]
University of Johannesburg (UJ) student success rate increases steadily

University of Johannesburg (UJ) student success rate increases steadily

University of Johannesburg (UJ)

The University of Johannesburg (UJ) has seen a steady growth in its student success rates.The University, which set a goal to progressively improve the graduation rates of undergraduate and postgraduate students, has achieved this with its 2012 output. View [+]
Sparkling opportunity awaits WSU alumni

Sparkling opportunity awaits WSU alumni

Student News

Thanks to efforts by the Deputy Tourism Minister Tokozile Xasa together with KSD Municipality Executive Mayor Nonkoliso Ngqongwa, the duo, namely Zamakholo Masina and Andisiwe Ndayi, will make the trip to one of the world’s most iconic cities to train in jewelry design as well as business skills. They’ll be joined by 13 other graduates from various universities around the country View [+]
Training opportunities for FET students

Training opportunities for FET students

Student News

Pretoria - The City of Tshwane will be giving training opportunities to 500 students from Further Education and Training (FET) institutions on an annual basis. View [+]
You are here Home Training and e-Learning Vodacom to empower youth

You are here Home Training and e-Learning Vodacom to empower youth

Student News

In a bid to help tackle skills development and job creation within the ICT sector, mobile operator Vodacom has embarked on a drive to help empower unemployed youth with ICT skills training View [+]
Youth leaders launch Activate!Exchange

Youth leaders launch Activate!Exchange

Student News

On the eve of Human Rights Day, youth leaders from Activate! Leadership joined forces with stakeholders from the public and private as well as non-governmental sectors to launch Activate! Exchange, a dynamic think tank forum that will be rolled out across the country to engage and harness the problem-solving capacity of young leaders in all communities with focused civic action. View [+]
Graduate employment success from matching skills to business

Graduate employment success from matching skills to business

Student News

Top private education experts have found a good way to improve the employment prospects of new graduates by focusing specifically on what employers want, over and above the skills and knowledge that come directly from the curriculum. View [+]
NMMU accounting comes out tops - again

NMMU accounting comes out tops - again

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU)

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University’s School of Accounting has done it again by producing top results in the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) Initial Test of Competence (ITC) examination for chartered accountants. View [+]
Alternative to academic matric to open doors for SA’s youth

Alternative to academic matric to open doors for SA’s youth

Student News

High school students now have a credible alternative to an academic matric exemption. Thanks to approval by Higher Education South Africa (HESA), a student can now achieve a foreign exemption by completing a BTEC National Diploma and English Language International GCSE level (A-C). With only 26.6% of the 2012 matriculants achieving a university exemption, this will be welcomed news for school-leavers wanting to pursue a vocational route. View [+]

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