Bridging The Gap Between High School And University With Bridging Courses
Have you not met the entrance requirements at college or university for a course you are interested in studying? Don't stress, you can still enrol at a number of tertiary education institutions.
So you’ve been working hard but still have not managed to get the grades needed to secure a place in a course or a university.
There are a number of tertiary institutions offering bridging courses which allow you to improve your marks so that you are able to qualify and meet the entrance requirements for your course of choice.
The matric marks race is almost over. This year, take a deep breath and embrace change. Doing a bridging course could be just what you need.
There are so many opportunities out there for tertiary education in South Africa, so take your time to explore all of them.
What is a bridging course?
A bridging course is your second chance. There is no shame in redoing matric subjects that were not up to scratch. You can improve your matric marks through a bridging course.
Deciding which course to study is a big decision to make, and is a stepping stone in the career path you are most likely to follow.
Which universities offer bridging courses in South Africa?
Here is a list of a few universities in South Africa offering bridging courses:
- Rhodes University
- University of Witwatersrand
- University of Pretoria
- University of KwaZulu- Natal
- University of Johannesburg
- North-West University
- Tshwane University of Technology
- Durban University of Technology
- Cape Peninsula University of Technology
- University of Limpopo
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