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Are you interested in studying further but don't have your matric? Look no further. Boston City Campus offers SUCCEED AT skills programmes that will assist you in boosting your academic credits.


World Youth Skills Day, observed annually on 15 July, focuses on the importance of equipping our youth with skills for employment, decent work and entrepreneurship. Youth unemployment has reached critical levels in South Africa, with almost 1 in 2 young people unemployed.


Meet Nandi Nkosi, a #BostonSprings Graduate!

“I graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce in Management Marketing. I was so excited to achieve a degree from Boston because it affords me the opportunity to broaden my horizons in terms of job seeking, and this is especially beneficial as South Africa has a high unemployment rate. 


Those that excel in business all possess a number of core skills: they’re efficient, decisive and strategic. They’re able to think on their feet and take responsibility for their actions. Excellent communicators too, they find it easy to talk to and relate to just about anyone they meet.


Did you know that you can study Tourism and Hospitality at the University of Johannesburg? Well, now you do. UJ has had great achievements when it comes to their Tourism and Hospitality school.


International Hotel School offers diplomas and higher certificates in a hospitality, food and event management subjects. Studying hospitality is very popular as there are many career options available for graduates, both in South Africa and internationally. International Hotel School is registered and accredited in South Africa but its course are also internationally recognised.


 

There are many study paths you can take to become a successful reporter or journalist. For instance you could choose to obtain a degree in English, broadcasting, communications or media studies depending on your ultimate career aspirations.


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