Applications for web design bursaries now open
Applications for web design bursaries now open

The Concept Interactive Institute, offering web design and development in Cape Town has five bursaries, worth R230,000, open for first-year studies students interested in the Interactive Graphics diploma. Applicants need to apply immediately as classes commence on 22 February 2016.

School governance guide out today
School governance guide out today

The Institute of Directors in Southern Africa (IoDSA) and the Federation of Governing Bodies of South African Schools (FEDSAS) have drafted a school governance guide for school governing bodies (SGBs), available at Juta from today, 12 February 2016. SGBs play a critical role in guiding ethical conduct in schools.

Deepening inequality is the high price students will pay for free education
Deepening inequality is the high price students will pay for free education

University students have scored some massive victories since "fees must fall" entered South Africa's lexicon. They have secured more government funding for fees. They have forced universities to address a complex range of institutional inequalities.

By Lyn Snodgrass

Y!CON 2016: Brands get set for youth market insights
Y!CON 2016: Brands get set for youth market insights

Student Village is offering a unique marketing insight into SA's youth market, taking brands into the world of the Afrillennial™ (African Millennial) like never before, at Y!CON 2016. As South Africa's youth market specialists and in partnership with Bizcommunity as its online partner, the brand will be plugging into the minds of the coolest and most influential marketing gurus and students to help brands uncover Afrillennial™ mindsets.

Issued by Student Village

Rewrite your matric or better your results - There is another way - INTEC College
Rewrite your matric or better your results - There is another way

The year 2015 is over, and for many it is the end of a 12-year schooling journey. Anticipation for the future settles in as school-leavers start to make life-changing decisions on what career to pursue and if it is the right choice. This is based on whether or not you have passed, or achieved the results you wanted.

Issued by INTEC College

Business - an avenue of employment in South Africa - Damelin Correspondence College
Business - an avenue of employment in South Africa

By 2040, Africa will have the largest young workforce, with almost 200 million Africans aged between 15 and 24.

Issued by Damelin Correspondence College

Get a higher education qualification without going to university - Lyceum Correspondence College
Get a higher education qualification without going to university

If a career in education is what you have in mind, don't be deterred by other universities and educational institutions that have already filled up their lecture halls and registers. If you've missed the deadline or find yourself unable to be accommodated, you still have a unique opportunity available to you.

Issued by Lyceum Correspondence College

High demand for business qualifications - INTEC College
High demand for business qualifications

Against the backdrop of our highly competitive business environment, every industry and organisation today requires qualified people with professional business skills.

Issued by INTEC College

Designing mutually beneficial intern programmes
Designing mutually beneficial intern programmes

Internships have an important and sometimes often overlooked role in growing vibrant companies, in addition to the benefit they offer recent graduates. However in order to be successful, they need to work for both employer and student.

ABI Bottling opens fifth IkamvaYouth Centre
ABI Bottling opens fifth IkamvaYouth Centre

ABI Bottling has launched its fifth academic centre, in partnership with IkamvaYouth, in Mahikeng in the North West at Danville Secondary School.

Activists restive as UCT struggles to house students
Activists restive as UCT struggles to house students

The University of Cape Town is faced with a fresh crisis as it battles to accommodate thousands of students arriving for the start of the new academic year.

By Bekezela Phakathi