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PET awards seven scholarships

PET awards seven scholarships

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This year’s recipients of Peermont Education Trust scholarships, Ramosebetsi Keele, Thabang Maepa, Tumishang Makibelo, Lennon Naidoo, Palesa Khanye, Phumlane Zwane and Sandile Ndlangisa celebrated their good fortune at Emperors Palace on Friday, January 25. View [+]
Engen Maths and Science Schools’ matric pass rate impresses in 2012

Engen Maths and Science Schools’ matric pass rate impresses in 2012

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31 January 2013: The 2012 class of the Engen Maths and Science Schools (EMSS) achieved an impressive pass rate of 90.3%, beating the national average pass rate by 17.4%, again proving the success of this private sector initiative to help learners achieve good maths and science matric results across four provinces in South Africa. View [+]
GetSmarter releases its 2013 Career Guide: Learn to navigate the modern world of work

GetSmarter releases its 2013 Career Guide: Learn to navigate the modern world of work

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Job seekers and working professionals are faced with an ever-increasing pace of change, as technological advancements and online innovation continue to shape the current job market. Industries have evolved; presenting career paths that didn’t exist just two decades ago. View [+]
Matrics given boost before big university leap

Matrics given boost before big university leap

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Every year a staggering 40% of students drop out of university during their first year, but the South African Education and Environment Project with its bridging year programme is making sure a few lucky matrics have a good chance of not becoming part of that statistic. View [+]
Apply now Campaign bearing positive results

Apply now Campaign bearing positive results

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Johannesburg - The Apply now/Khetha Career Guidance Campaign seems to be bearing positive results as the process for first year students to register for the 2013 academic year saw fewer late applications and less hiccups. View [+]
Nzimande says business must boost learnerships for FET graduates

Nzimande says business must boost learnerships for FET graduates

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BUSINESSES must provide learnership and internship opportunities for young people from Further Education and Training (FET) colleges, says Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande. View [+]
Quality private higher education – Know what you want and how to get it

Quality private higher education – Know what you want and how to get it

Student News

Thousands of students enter private tertiary education institutions every year - increasingly out of choice, but other times because of limited opportunities in the public sector. As prospective students have always done when deciding on which university to attend, private students must be encouraged to similarly ensure they entrust the right institution with their higher education. View [+]
'My Future, My Career' gets a boost from NYDA

'My Future, My Career' gets a boost from NYDA

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Pretoria - The National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) has given R450 000 towards the 'My Future, My Career' project, which provides secondary school learners with career education screenings in cinema complexes. View [+]
Nedbank’s R3.5 million career guidance programme to reach thousands of learners

Nedbank’s R3.5 million career guidance programme to reach thousands of learners

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22 January 2013 – Nedbank is investing more than R3.5 million towards its 2013 ‘My Future, My Career’ career guidance programme, which will benefit 24 000 students from underprivileged communities across the country. The programme provides grade 9 – 12 learners with an understanding of the requirements for various professions. View [+]
Durban student forced to study overseas

Durban student forced to study overseas

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Durban - When Irshaad Saley matriculated with three As at the Orient Islamic School, Durban, in 2008, he had high hopes of joining his father and older brother in the field of medicine. But application after application that he sent to medical schools in South Africa all came back with “We regret to inform you” letters. View [+]

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