Many New Year resolutions focus on jobs, careers and money – and the education and training we need to get ahead. And for good reason: we spend a lot of our lives at work, so it is important to spend time thinking about the ways to improve our working life.
Time is fast running out for any chance of last-minute registrations. Students who register early have the best chance of getting the courses and classes they want.
Last year saw a drive by the Minister of Higher Education to encourage students to register early with the institutions of their choice to avoid repeats of the 2012 stampede and chaos caused by late registrations, so you may find that many universities have closed applications already and have put a halt to walk-in registrations altogether.
Here are some quick links for information on applications to the major universities in South Africa:
If you’ve missed the deadlines for your university of choice, you may have to either wait until the next registration cycle (some of which can start as early as April this year) or look at other options such as FET colleges, technikons or distance learning institutions.
If you’d like to speak to a customer service representative at Eduloan about study finance, give us a call on 0860 44 55 55 or visit www.eduloan.co.za for more information.