student funding 2021

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Large sums of money have been reported to be unaccounted for or incorrectly debited into students' accounts in the Higher Education Sector. This has negatively impacted the lives of students and a student union wants answers. 

 


Recently, matriculants received their final results. For those who had applied to study at institutions of higher learning, funding is what they’re concerned about at this point in time. If you don’t qualify for government funding, here’s some food for thought.

 


Both the Department of Higher Education and Training and Universities South Africa have proposed a hike of tuition fees and student accommodation for the 2022 academic year. Student organisations have also come forward with their own perspectives on this matter.


If you are planning on pursuing your dream qualification but you're not sure about how you're going to fund your studies then we're here to help. Here are the different ways you can fund your studies. 


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.  


When it comes to your education and securing your future, you shouldn't have to worry about how you're going to pay for it. Get credit with Capitec to help you kick-start success. 


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