Are you planning on Studying Abroad?
Wednesday, November 8, 2017
In this article we investigate and compare the quality of education and the cost of study in five popular study abroad destinations namely, the UK, Germany, Australia, Canada and the US. We investigate and compare what allowances these countries make for foreign students to study and get employment while studying.
Avoid being a “Quack” - Study an accredited qualification!
Wednesday, November 22, 2017
So when choosing where to study, make sure that you choose the field that best suits your interests, but ensure that the training institution is accredited with the right professional body and has recognition within the industry you are going to work in. Make sure that the university or college where you choose to study is accredited and that the qualification you are studying is also accredited.
Best Graduate Development Programmes
Friday, November 10, 2017
Graduate programmes have become a means of netting and recruiting high quality graduates for all sorts of professions and jobs. Graduate programmes have become a marketing tool to attract young people with lucrative packages and incentives.
Career dress-up day
Sunday, March 26, 2017
Career day is the one day in the year when all year 7 (13 years - 14 years) learners come to school dressed in their career
I still don't know what to study - should I still apply?
Saturday, April 29, 2017
Rather be safe than sorry and apply to study even if you are not sure what you want to do with your life. At least you will get the student the student card and you can reapply later using the same student number you were given. Apply on time and dont miss the deadline. You can change you mind later but you won't get in if you miss the application deadline. Top universities receive more applications than they can accept.
Taking the Gap
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
There are some merits to taking a gap year. Just make sure that you apply to study before you go, then defer your studies for when you get back.
The Role of Parents in Career Decision-Making
Monday, November 13, 2017
A parent should definitely be involved in a child’s career choice but should stop short on making the “final” decision on their behalf. The reason for this is that career decision-making is not a singular event which starts when a person leaves school. It is a process, part of which is discovering more about who I am, and what I want to do with my life one day. By involving yourself in small ways you can help your children during each step along the way.
What is an Artisan?
Friday, December 1, 2017
Are you good with your hands? Do you enjoy fixing things around the house or building new things? Would you prefer a job which is physically demanding and where you can be independent and work for yourself one day? Then consider becoming an artisan.
What to Study after Matric
Tuesday, January 1, 2019
Passing matric is a significant achievement for any young person in South Africa and opens doors to a host of opportunities depending on the level of achievement and subjects.