The Department of Higher Education And Training (DHET) provides Matric students with advice.
Dr. Blade Nzimande has announced planned increases for higher education next year.
Before you invest vast sums of money higher education, make sure the institution and qualification are registered and recognised.
New measures have been implemented by the Department of Higher Education and Training to improve Post-School Education.
The 3rd annual EDHE flagship even will take place in KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, this year.
Minister Naledi Pandor explains that it takes seven years to complete an undergraduate degree for many students.
Cape Town will soon have a new TVET College, that will accommodate 10 000 students built in the Mitchells Plain area.
Department of Higher Education, has discussed a plan to deal with student issues such as free education, accommodation and funding.
Department of higher education and training is putting measures to try and prevent chaos in 2019, as expected prospective students might attempt walk-in registration.
Applications for funding are still closed but NSFAS will do its best to help students that did not previously qualify for financial aide.
There are not enough students enrolled in scarce skill subjects, including science, in South African universities, according to data from Stats SA.
NSFAS has already allocated R1.3 billion to all 26 public universities to cover students’ registration fees.
There are many so-called private colleges preying on unwitting parents and youths around this time of year. Here’s how to avoid them.
The CACH website links up matrics who haven’t secured a spot at a tertiary institution with institutions that still have openings.
FET and TVET Colleges are the most affected by the R120 billion shortfall as well as threats of #FeesMustFall protests in 2017.
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The ANC has welcomed a decision by Blade Nzimande to exempt poor and “missing middle” students from paying fee increments in 2017.
Minister of Higher Education and Training, Blade Nzimande has said poor students are exempt from the recommended 2017 university fees increment.