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Looking to gain some skills while also pursuing other things? Short courses are a good way to do so. Some of South Africa's Universities have some great short courses on offer.


You can now apply to study short courses at Unisa. These courses at Unisa are online courses which allows you to gain the skills you need on your own schedule.


Short courses are a great way to equip yourself with the skills needed to advance your career. Boston City Campus offers short courses so keep reading to find out which short courses they offer.


Did you know the Cape Peninsula University of Technology offers short courses? Well, they do! CPUT short courses span across various disciplines.


Applications for 2022 are now open at the Academy of Digital Arts.  They offer a range of courses, including full-time courses, short courses, online courses, and personal training. 


NSFAS provides bursaries to individuals wanting to study further. However, does NSFAS provide funding for short courses? Read on to find out.


We all used to use a term about 20 -20 vision, seeing with perfect clarity. There is no person who could have foreseen what 2020 would bring to our world, nor could have anticipated the havoc that would reign through our world and the changes that would need to be made. Having always been leaders in adapting to the needs of the student and corporate and industry, Boston City Campus moved seamlessly into a complete digital educational offering for students including application, registration, academic material and even examinations.


Short courses is a learning programme that combines both practical and theoretical aspects within a short period of time. It provides a more hands on experience of your chosen course and focuses more on the practical application rather than the theoretical side.

 


Applications are now open for 2021 at King Hintsa TVET College and closing on the 30 of September 2020. King Hintsa TVET College aims to be responsive to the social and economic needs of their communities. Their mission is to equip their students with the essential skills to contribute to the development of rural communities.


 

Founded in 1989, The Open Window Institute is one of South Africa’s best-known and respected art and design higher education institutions. They offer courses in Visual Communication, Film Arts, Animation Arts and Creative Technologies.

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