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The purpose is to provide practical work experience to students who are in their final year of study and requires In-Service Training in order to obtain their qualification.


The bursary programme has evolved over the years, starting in Finance with an aim to increase the number of black CA’s in South Africa. 


The new funding of Higher Education by the South African government, the Canon Collins Thekgo Bursary has been restructured from providing registration fee for first year students to providing bursaries that alleviate undergraduate students’ debt.


The Gauteng Film Commission (GFC) invites qualified Undergraduates and Post-Graduate students  who are interested in a career in Film, Audio-Visual and/or Television to apply for bursaries.


Mondia bursaries are awarded to students currently studying and/or intending on studying various IT related fields.


The Department of Employment and Labour has also warned the public to be on the alert of a scam that keeps resurfacing and circulating on social media promising a pay out of R30 000.


What is BBA? The Bachelor of Business Administration in Media Operations Management is a degree that focuses on building future managers and leaders within different fields in the media industry. It deals with managing talent and skills within the media industry.


From the school playground to the internet, bullying is a widespread problem that can affect your child’s mental and emotional health.


Students are generally a tech savvy bunch, particularly when it comes to the internet and social media platforms. But that doesn't make you a target for various fraudulent scams. Be aware of new trends and cyber trolls.


In a crowded marketplace, with thousands of applicants vying for a limited number of vacancies, candidates should do more than simply submit their CVs in response to advertised positions.


Your CV is a selling tool. Just as a brilliant advertisement can persuade a consumer to make a purchase, so a skilfully crafted CV can secure a job interview.


Many job applicants think – incorrectly – that the war is pretty much won once their CV gets the nod and they get invited to a job interview.


Head of Online Marketing for Boston City Campus & Business College, Frankie Coda, admits to being a bit of a ‘late bloomer’ and while the realisation that he had missed out on applying to get into full time university studies may have seemed like the end of world to some, it turned out to be the door to a world of opportunities for Coda.

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