Study, Funding and Career Insights for Young People

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Young adulting can be exciting but challenging. Set yourself up for success armed with practical guidance and insights into studying, and how to manage your money and start your career. To help you adjust to student life and make important life decisions, Capitec proudly supports the GRAD and GRADnext magazines, in partnership with award-winning journalist Ruda Landman, StudyTrust and Van Schaik Publishers.  


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What are you waiting for?

Students are becoming increasingly important and mature in their work, study and social lives. With such a huge investment in the future, you need to be setting yourself up for success. I want you to set yourself up for a fulfilling and successful future. Here are just some of the tools you need to ensure you are on the right track to a happy, healthy, fulfilling and financially secure future. Discover which subjects will best prepare you for study and work in your chosen careers. 

GRADnext – kicking your career off right

Designed to help you make the transition from student to working life, GRADnext is a 69-page booklet divided into 20 short chapters which covers everything from job hunting and going to interviews to creating your personal brand.

GRAD – your guide to university success

GRAD is a free magazine that gives you practical guidance to help you adjust to student life and what it takes to succeed at your studies.

"Invest in yourself," Sandra Abraham, an associate professor of economics at McGill University, says. 

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Applications for 2023 are now open at the Academy of Digital Arts. Throughout the years, the Academy of Digital Arts has attracted staff and students from around the globe.

A certificate, diploma, or degree programme? Do you want to know which one will serve you better; which one will get you a better job, the much-desired promotion, and a better income?

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Some R350 grant beneficiaries might have had their application been rejected which lead them to appeal. It might occur that the appeal upholds the rejection status. Can something be done about this?

Many applicants of the R350 Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant have had their applications rejected for various reasons, but the question is what will happen if they don't appeal this status? Here is what the Independent Appeals Tribunal said on the matter. 


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Careers Advice

As students and their parents look ahead to 2023, it is both an exciting and nerve-wracking time. Will you be able to study or work towards a qualification? What are the options? If you can, how much will it cost, and can you afford it? 

Learnerships are work-based learning programmes consisting of both theory and practical elements that give you an opportunity to gain work experience. If you are interested in joining in the police force, you might want to consider applying for the South African Police Services (SAPS) learnership programme.

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