The Republic of South Africa (RSA) is a country in the southern region of Africa. RSA is a large country with about 57 million people living there. South Africa is neighbor to Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Lesotho and Swaziland, which are all Southern African Countries. The biggest city of South Africa is Johannesburg.
With more than 25 accredited Universities and colleges, the country welcomes students from several countries to enjoy the different courses and disciplines they offer. We wish to assure you that we master the admission and visa procedures of the country.
Thus ensuring our students succeed in their goal of successfully studying there. South Africa is marked by several distinct ecosystems, National Park, beaches, lush wine lands, and a flat-topped Table Mountain. Most universities in South Africa offer multicultural student communities, good academic facilities, a range of social activities and clubs, and good support systems for international students. International students rent flats or houses, buy food and use public transport. Students from other countries can contribute to building diverse institutional cultures at South Africa’s universities. All of these could be enjoyed by different students during picnics and vacations.
Sample higher education institutions in South Africa include:
- NELSON MANDELA METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY
- UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN,
- UNIVERSITY OF FORT HARE
- NORTH WEST UNIVERSITY
- RHODES UNIVERSITY
And many other higher education institutions
- Required academic certificates,
- TOEFL or IELTS
- Proof of sufficient funds (student or sponsor)
- €2,500 – € 4,500 undergraduate €2,700 – €3,000 post graduate programs
COST OF LIVING
- Ranges from €400 – €500 per month which includes accommodation Food, books, travels etc
- Twice a year
- Early February and July ending