What to do after school
Many young south Africans face the problem of deciding what to study after school. Tertiary education is a higher form of education that furthers a learners knowledge of a particular field. Tertiary education is also referred to as third stage, third level, higher education and post-secondary education, it is the educational level following the completion of a school education (after grade 12). tertiary education includes universities, technikons, internships and institutions that specify in skills such as FET colleges. There are also other higher education facilities such as nursing schools There are 4 main options for higher education in South Africa Universities
the dictionary defines university as a high-level educational institution in which students study for degrees and academic research is done. There are many universities in south Africa, but they are often hard to be accepted into. They require students who are prepared to study long hours and and make sacrifices in return for a degree which takes a minimum of 4 years to complete Universities are mostly revloved around theory and do not include much practical work. Universities only accept students after grade 12. Benifites of university:
Degrees are required for a wide range of careers such as Medicine, Education, Engineering, Accounting and Law. A university education will help establish a career.
University graduates gain professional qualifications that are recognised and respected worldwide. University graduates are offered higher pay and greater financial stability
Requirement and thing to do to increas your chances of admittion For a undergraduate diploma study the student must have atleast a NSC cod of 4 (40-49%) and for a bachelors degree study, learnes must of achieved a minimun o a NSC cod 5 (50-59%) To increas chances of getting in to university: apply early, achieve high marks/ higher than NSC code 5, get strong letters of recogmendation ,...
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