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where to study in south africa


Do you want to further your studies? Looking for an institution that offers academic excellence? Direct your eyes to Stellenbosch University where applications are now open!


Stellenbosch University's registration for first year undergraduate  students have opened and will take place online and on campus if necessary. Keep reading to find out more about this. 


Are you in Eastern Cape wanting to further your studies and you're wanting to know which Universities there are? Look no further, we can help you learn more.


False Bay TVET College, a future fit educational establishment situated in the Western Cape, embarked on a tender process for a world class Student Information System. While teaching continues through blended learning approach, applications for future intakes could not stop as the need for quality education remains in high demand. 


Applications are open for 2021 at Gert Sibande TVET College. Gert Sibande TVET College offers a variety of courses. There are four campuses, each offering certain campuses.


Applications to study at Ehlanzeni TVET College in 2021 are now open. Ehlanzeni TVET College provide program-based vocational and occupation training in order to respond to human resource and south african economy. 


Trying to decide where to study further? Western Cape has various Universities which offers a high quality education as well as many resources to assist students on their academic, and even social, journey. Here is a list of the Universities in the Western Cape. 


If you are wanting to study further in 2021 then there is good news for you. The season has come for students to start applying to universities and some applications have already been opened. Don't just sit there, get applying!


TSIBA is pleased to announce that the 2021 online applications are now OPEN!! Apply now to get your TSIBA journey started!


Whether your passion lies in design, brand or business, come to the Vega Open Day and find your purpose. Vega aims to have their students be industry ready and driven. 

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