Ubambiswano: Unlocking the collective power of collective impact for our schools
Ubambiswano: Unlocking the collective power of collective impact for our schools

Can schools, on their own, see to the cognitive and psycho-social development of all our children?...

Issued by UCT Graduate School of Business 2 days ago

Registrations still accepted for 2019 at IIE Rosebank College
Registrations still accepted for 2019 at IIE Rosebank College

Don't let registration period pass you by. You can still apply and register to study at IIE Rosebank College in 2019, but the clock is ticking!..

Issued by IIE Rosebank College 2 days ago

FemiTI to stem drop-out rates of Ghanaian girls
FemiTI to stem drop-out rates of Ghanaian girls

A reported 75% of girls in Ghana attend primary school, but there's a significant drop in girls in high school and college. Research by the WWW Foundation further revealed that women in poor urban areas in developing countries are 50% less likely to use the internet than men. FemiTi aims to change all that...

2 days ago

14 business ideas for students who want to start a side hustle
14 business ideas for students who want to start a side hustle

"When it comes to business ideas for learners (university students), the biggest tip I can give is to look at your circumstances and environment and try to identify where the biggest challenges are," says Jalal Ghiassi-Razavi, association director at the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation...

Issued by Adclick Africa Media Group 3 days ago

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School-Days, Dis-Chem award R100k in bursaries

To celebrate the launch of the Dis-Chem For Youth card, School-Days recently gave four young South Africans - who are the winners of its bursary competition - R25,000 bursaries to use towards education fees. ..

3 days ago

No plans to close Rhodes due to water crisis
No plans to close Rhodes due to water crisis

Rhodes University has refuted reports that it is about to shut down due to a water crisis...

12 Feb 2019

How to prepare leaders of tomorrow, today
How to prepare leaders of tomorrow, today

"Our greatest challenge is to create jobs for the unemployed of today, while preparing workers for the jobs of tomorrow." President Cyril Ramaphosa's 2019 SONA speech...

Issued by TSIBA 12 Feb 2019

Three AFDA films selected to compete for CILECT Prize 2019
Three AFDA films selected to compete for CILECT Prize 2019

The CILECT Prize includes 160 institutions from 60 countries, of which AFDA is a full member. Each CILECT Member School is permitted to submit one film in each category...

Issued by AFDA 7 Feb 2019

#NewBiz: Clay Creative wins City & Guilds
#NewBiz: Clay Creative wins City & Guilds

New agency kid on the block, Clay Creative recently won the City & Guilds pitch for their international digital account with the agency's soon-to-be-launched #FutureFit concept...

7 Feb 2019

The Master of Science in Global Health Delivery Class of 2018. Photo by Jean Christophe Kitoko for UGHE
Rwanda university sets out to teach doctors medicine and management

A new university of health sciences is being launched in Rwanda. The University of Global Health Equity is being touted as a centre that will "contribute to addressing the critical shortage of health professionals" and "ensure they remain committed to the continent"...

By Agnes Binagwaho 6 Feb 2019

Fulbright Scholarship open for applications
Fulbright Scholarship open for applications

The Fulbright Foreign Student Program, offering scholarships to South Africans interested in pursuing a Master's or Doctoral degree at any accredited tertiary institution in the United States, is open for applications...

4 Feb 2019

9 trends shaping SA education in 2019
9 trends shaping SA education in 2019

Local and international factors continue to influence the local education sector, with the economy, technology and employer needs playing ever-increasing roles in the way South Africa's education landscape is being shaped...

By Dr Nhlanhla Thwala 1 Feb 2019

4 ways tech is making education more accessible
4 ways tech is making education more accessible

Technology is not just about social networking and streaming your favourite TV series on your tablet. Sure, these are all great use cases, but tech is doing great things in the education space too...

By Jade Mathieson 31 Jan 2019

Unisa extends registration deadline
Unisa extends registration deadline

The University of South Africa (Unisa) has extended the registration deadline for undergraduate qualifications to Thursday, 31 January 2019...

30 Jan 2019

What can South African educators do to truly improve learning?
What can South African educators do to truly improve learning?

ITSI, the pioneering provider of educational tools based on established research in the field of educational neurosciences, will be hosting the second annual seminar in Africa on Mind, Brain, and Education...

Issued by ITSI 30 Jan 2019

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5 things to consider when choosing to study after matric

For all high-school learners, the National Senior Certificate represents the gateway to further study. But what exactly are the options available to the average South African student and, more importantly, does one size fit all...?

By Dr Naresh Veeran 29 Jan 2019

5 apps to keep students on track
5 apps to keep students on track

Students are set to go back to varsity soon, with the latest matriculants joining the pack of techno-crazed young adults always looking for the latest, best gadgets and apps...

29 Jan 2019

TSIBA Business School is still offering scholarships and accepting students for 2019
TSIBA Business School is still offering scholarships and accepting students for 2019

With most education institutions closing applications at the end of this month, what happens to the thousands of students with Bachelor Pass matrics whose dreams rely on a place at university for a bright future?...

Issued by TSIBA 29 Jan 2019

NSFAS approves over 11,000 social grant applicants
NSFAS approves over 11,000 social grant applicants

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has approved an additional 11,613 social grant beneficiaries for funding, the scheme announced on Thursday...

25 Jan 2019

17 years - 17 bursaries
17 years - 17 bursaries

Eskilz is proud to announce 17 years of business...

Issued by Eskilz College 25 Jan 2019

2019 JSE Investment Challenge open for registration
2019 JSE Investment Challenge open for registration

Last year the challenge attracted more than 22,000 school learners and university students...

25 Jan 2019

NSFAS approves 300,000 funding applications
NSFAS approves 300,000 funding applications

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has announced the completion of all assessments of the 2019 applications of first time students...

24 Jan 2019

Leadership Academy
Leadership Academy

On 25 June 2018, the Leadership for Girls Academy kicked off their winter classes. The girls were thrilled to return to the programme in their school holidays...

Issued by Eskilz College 24 Jan 2019

North West raises alarm about bogus institutions
North West raises alarm about bogus institutions

The North West Department of Economy and Enterprise Development has urged parents and students to beware of unregistered higher education institutions...

24 Jan 2019

UCT GSB joins prestigious global list of business schools
UCT GSB joins prestigious global list of business schools

The University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business and 14 other business schools from around the world have been re-accredited by the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) with the EQUIS stamp of approval...

Issued by UCT Graduate School of Business 23 Jan 2019

Preparing children for the fourth industrial revolution
Preparing children for the fourth industrial revolution

If South Africa is to play in the big league of education, it needs to work harder to improve efficiency in key subjects, especially in early schooling, this is according to President Cyril Ramaphosa...

22 Jan 2019

#BizTrends2019: Digital transformation, transforming lives
#BizTrends2019: Digital transformation, transforming lives

We live in an increasingly connected world. The technologies, both emerging and established, that connect us, have the power to influence and reshape the ways in which we live, work and learn...

By Simon Goldstone 22 Jan 2019

Think global, act local: Business education for disruptors, innovators and entrepreneurs
Think global, act local: Business education for disruptors, innovators and entrepreneurs

Disruption. Innovation. The Fourth Industrial Revolution. These aren't just platitudes at the Johannesburg Business School (JBS), they're the bedrock of the various courses and programmes on offer...

By Nadine Todd, Issued by University of Johannesburg 22 Jan 2019

Cultivating conscious leadership
Cultivating conscious leadership

As one of the largest and most prestigious business schools in Africa, with over 10,000 students, the Johannesburg Business School (JBS), led by professor Lyal White, has a clear focus on African management and leadership in the local and global context...

Issued by UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG 21 Jan 2019

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