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After their first semester and first major university exams, many first years are sitting with an unenviable conundrum – the realisation that they may not have made the best choice about what to study for the next 3 years of their life.

Hundreds of thousands of students study through UNISA every year. It is not only the largest university in the country but it also is the only one that offers open distance learning at a degree level.

University Applications

If you are in Matric this year you should start to apply for college or varsity now if you want to study next year.

Thousands of first year students receiving their end of year results are having to face up to the fact that their dreams for the future are not materialising quite as they expected when they walked through the doors of higher learning at the start of the year.

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Graduations are celebrations, but few realise the struggles that many students face in getting across the finish line. One such student is Nkululeko Dlamini, who overcame multiple difficulties to complete his engineering studies at the University of Cape Town.

It's that time of year when applications for colleges and universities are open and you have a limited time to get all the necessary paper work in in order to be accepted. Many of the colleges and universities also have a limited amount of bursaries or funding available which you need to look into before it is to late to apply for those too.

As thousands of First Year students head off to varsity in coming weeks, education experts say they should embrace the excitement and opportunity, but also ensure they start off on the right track to ensure they make a success of their studies right from the get-go.

With the release of university results in coming weeks, many first years have to face up to the fact that their transition from school to higher education was less successful than planned, and that they need to re-evaluate their current path.

President Zuma has responded to the Fees Must Fall campaign with a major announcement on student fees for varsity and college students.

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