Maths Literacy or Maths? How do I decide? If you are thinking about this, you are probably in Grade 10 or 11 and maths is not working out for you. This doesn’t mean you haven’t worked hard. There are all sorts of reasons why we struggle to make friends with maths. Here are some questions […]
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Getting into medicine is hard. There is fierce competition for spaces with universities only offering 200-250 medicine places each year. Successfully completing medicine is even harder with seven very demanding years of study ahead. Fortunately there are plentiful other opportunities in the health sector. These are easier to access than medicine and still offer fulfilling […]
Congratulations to all 52 learners who made it through to SAILI’s final round of testing. You are all winners and we wish we could award scholarships to everyone. If you haven’t made our final shortlist, remember to keep working hard, be curious and never give up. SAILI is now closed for scholarship applications for high […]
TVET Colleges (Technical and Vocational Education and Training) are public tertiary institutes offering a wide range of practical training options for people with or without matric. Funding is available for TVET courses through the government NSFAS scheme. Courses are practical and relevant to the community making participants highly employable.