How can you Apply for a Replacement Copy of your Damaged or Lost Matric Certificate
Find out how you can Apply for a Replacement Copy of your Damaged or Lost Matric Certificate Apply for replacement of your matric certificate at the Department of Basic Education if you have lost or damaged your original matric certificate. You can request for the statement of results while waiting for the release of your certificate. If the certificate is damaged, you must return the damaged certificate to the department of Basic Education. Please note: Applying for your lost or damaged matric certificate might differ from one province to another. How to combine Matric Statements If you wrote matric in more than one examination sitting and you want to combine your credits to qualify for a National Certificate, you must apply for replacement certificate: change of status. The department does not automatically combine your credits, unless you took a supplementary exam. You can apply for confirmation statement of results while waiting for the National Senior Certificate. Find out more about replacement certificate at the Department of Basic Education. National office: 012 312 5845/6/7 Eastern Cape: 043 604 7709/73 Free State: 051 404 8000 Gauteng: 011 355 0588 KwaZulu-Natal: 031 327 0538/0331 Limpopo: 015 290 7747/7830 Mpumalanga: 013 766 0033 Northern Cape: 053 […]
Careers in Geography and Environmental Studies Field
There are many careers within Geography and Environmental Studies field to choose from. Students who pursued Geography and Environmental Studies field can be employed by the State, non-governmental organisations and the private sector as geographers, development planners and managers, land-use planners, urban managers, environmental managers and Geographical Information System (GIS) users. Geography is often defined in terms of the two branches of human geography and physical geography. Human geography deals with the study of people and their communities, cultures, economies and interactions with the environment by studying their relations with and across space and place. Physical geography deals with the study of processes and patterns in the natural environment like the atmosphere, hydrosphere, biosphere, and geosphere. The four historical traditions in geographical research are: spatial analyses of natural and the human phenomena, area studies of places and regions, studies of human-land relationships, and the Earth sciences. Geography has been called “the world discipline” and “the bridge between the human and the physical sciences”. Below are some of the Geography and Environmental Studies Categories Health Geography: Health geography is the application of geographical information, perspectives, and methods to the study of health, disease, and health care. The health of human populations reflects the complex interplay between population characteristics and the environment. Environmental Geography: Environmental geography is a branch of […]
South African School Holidays Calendar 2018 and 2019
In South Africa there are 12 public holidays which are determined by the Public Holidays Act (Act No 36 of 1994) [PDF]. The Act determines whenever any public holiday falls on a Sunday, the Monday following on it shall be a public holiday. Credit: Parent24 South African Public and School Holidays 2018 01 January New Year’s Day 21 March Human Rights Day 30 March Good Friday 02 April Family Day 27 April Freedom Day 30 April School Holiday 01 May Workers’ Day 16 June Youth Day 09 August National Women’s Day 10 August School Holiday 24 September Heritage Day 16 December Day of Reconciliation 17 December Public Holiday 25 December Christmas Day 26 December Day of Goodwill South African Public and School Holidays 2019 1 January: New Year’s Day 21 March: Human Rights Day 19 April: Good Friday 22 April: Family Day 27 April: Freedom Day 1 May: Workers’ Day 16 June: Youth Day 17 June: Public holiday 9 August: National Women’s Day 23 September: School holiday 24 September: Heritage Day 16 December: Day of Reconciliation 25 December: Christmas Day 26 December: Day of Goodwill
FirstRand Laurie Dippenaar Scholarship 2019
FirstRand offers the Laurie Dippenaar Scholarship, which is for students complete their postgraduate studies abroad in any country and any field. The program covers a maximum period of two years to the value of R400,000 per year. This is to cover tuition, books, accommodation, meals and other relevant needs. This scholarship has bursaries available in all fields of study, as long as it’s at any internationally-recognised university in any other country outside of South Africa. Candidates have to return home to South Africa, work and stay in South Africa for a minimum period of five years after completing their studies. Applications open from the beginning of January each year and close the end of February. Apply
2019 University of Johannesburg (UJ) Prospectus pdf online
The University of Johannesburg offers internationally respected and accepted certificates, diplomas and degrees at undergraduate and postgraduate level. With close to 200 undergraduate programmes to choose from, you can take your pick.
2018 university of Pretoria calendar
January 2018 01 January New Year’s Day 03 January Academic year commences Commencement of online registration for senior students 08 January – 19 January Summer School 10 January Registration assistance centre opens at Hillcrest Campus Commencement of online registration for first year students 26 January – 28 January Special orientation for non-RSA students 27 January Welcome Day 30 January – 02 February Orientation programme for new first-year student February 2018 02 February Division of large course groups: new first-year students 03 February INSYNC first-year concert 05 February Lectures commence for quarter 1 and semester 1 08 February Last day for assisted registration at the Hillcrest Campus 10 February Anniversary of the University’s founding 19 February Closing date for amendments or cancellation of modules, without paying fees (Quarter 1, 2 and Semester 1) March 2018 03 March Rag 19 March Wednesday timetable is followed 21 March Human Rights Day 26 March Lectures end for quarter 1 27 March Lectures commence for quarter 2 28 March Friday timetable is followed Lectures end for April recess 29 March – 09 April April recess 30 March Good Friday April 2018 02 April Family Day 10 April Lectures resume after recess Monday timetable is followed […]
Wits 2019 Online Applications
Full-time Undergraduate applications are now closed. Undergraduate applications for 2019 for full-time applicants will open in March 2018. Part-time Undergraduate applications are now closed. Undergraduate applications for 2019 will open in March 2018. Complete an online application to study at Wits University or to apply for residence: Click here if you are already enrolled at Wits. Click here if you are new to Wits and want to create a new application. Click here to continue with an application you have already started. Click here to download an application form. Click here to go to the self-service portal (after you have applied) to do the following: upload supporting documents. check the status of your application.
UJ NSFAS Approved student list 2018
UJ NSFAS Approved student list 2018 Did you apply for NSFAS in order to study at the University of Johannesburg? Follow this link in order to see if you have been approved or not.
100 Scholarships to South African students to study at Hungary – Study Abroad
The Hungarian Government is offering 100 scholarships to South African students to study at participating public university in Hungary. Most of the available courses are taught in English. Degree level Bachelors (30) Masters (60) PhD (10) Deadlines The application process is open from 11 December 2017 – 16 February 2018 from Tempus Foundation. Eligibility Be a South African citizen in good health; Have a strong academic record: Bachelor’s applicants require a minimum average of 70% in their NSC (excl LO); Postgraduate applications require a minimum of 65% in their previous studies An interest in studying in Hungary and demonstrated commitment to the development of South Africa; Available to study in Hungary from September 2018 (postponements will not be granted); Meet the entry criteria for their selected programme in Hungary; Meet the minimum academic requirement for entry into a similar programme at a South African university. Fields of study Bachelors: (30) natural sciences and sustainable environment, engineering and information technology, agricultural science and food science. Scholarships for medical degrees are not available under this programme. Masters: (20) natural sciences (especially biotechnology, bioenergetics and renewable energy), (10) engineering (especially mining engineering, information technology); (10) economics, business and management studies and tourism; (10) agricultural science […]
Want to Study in China? – Chinese Government Scholarship 2018/2019
Chinese Government Scholarship Programme outline The Chinese Government is offering scholarships for South African students to study at Chinese institutions starting in the 2018/19 academic year. The Department of Higher Education and Training is responsible for nominations. The scholarship may be awarded for undergraduate (Bachelors) in the identified scarce skills, postgraduate (Masters or PhD) or non-degree Chinese language studies. Bachelor’s degree scholarships are taught in Chinese and will only be awarded to applicants who already have the required level of Chinese proficiency (HSK 4 or above). Preference is given to applications for postgraduate studies. Chinese Government Scholarship Criteria and Eligibility South African citizens in good health (medical check will be required for successful applicants); Strong academic record with a minimum 65% average in previous studies; Availability to study in China from September 2018; Demonstrated interest in China and commitment to the development of South Africa; Applications in all fields of study except medicine will be considered; Preference will be given to postgraduate applicants, previously disadvantaged applicants and applications in the following fields: Biotechnology Chinese language studies Environment and Climate change Engineering sciences Maritime Studies Natural and physical sciences Nuclear and renewable energy Space science and technology Statistics Telecommunication Applicants must meet […]
The Wits Schools Liaison Office
The Wits Schools Liaison Office is a dynamic team that forms the link between high school and university allowing a smooth transitional process for the student. The Schools Liaison Office offer students a holistic understanding of what is expected of them at university level. National Benchmark Tests and the National Senior Certificate: Please click here for clarity. Our Schools Liaison Officers visit a vast number of schools and advise learners about: Admission requirements Career opportunities The range of degree courses offered at Wits Fees and funding Student life on campus The University’s core function Other activities of the unit include: Presentations to Grade 9, 10, 11 and 12 learners Participation in University open days Parents evenings Career exhibitions Career evenings Campus tours etc.
University of Cape Town Open Day 2018
UCT Open days 2018 UCT hosts open days aimed at high school students in Grades 10, 11 and 12, their families, teachers and guidance counsellors. This event presents an ideal opportunity for school-going learners and their parents or guardians to explore the vast range of study options that UCT showcases on this day. Open days give learners the chance to find out for themselves exactly what certain fields of study entail. The opportunity to speak to someone face-to-face about the different academic programmes and what they involve is absolutely vital to making the appropriate study choices. All faculties and departments participate in this event, which features a wide range of activities including: displays by all faculties and their respective departments lectures by academic members of staff from the various faculties information about financial assistance personal interaction with current students and academics library tours and exposure to some of the facilities on campus sports facilities available to students NEXT OPEN DAY: 21 April 2018
University of Pretoria Open Day 2018
Health Sciences Open Day: Saturday, 10 March 2018 The Faculty of Health Sciences, in collaboration with the JuniorTukkie Office, will be hosting a Health Sciences Open Day. Date and time Saturday, 10 March 2018, 08:00 to 13:30 Venue Prinshof Campus, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Pretoria Who should attend the Health Sciences Open Day? To be confirmed. Programme The programme will be available closer to the date. Directions Click here for directions to the Prinshof Campus. Enquiries Forward enquiries to email@example.com or +27 (0)12 319 2394. Veterinary Science Open Day: Friday, 9 March 2018 The Faculty of Veterinary Science, in collaboration with the JuniorTukkie Office, will be hosting a Veterinary Science Open Day. Date and time Friday, 9 March 2018, 14:00 to 17:00 Venue Onderstepoort Campus, Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Pretoria Who should attend the Veterinary Science Open Day? Grade 10-12 learners who are interested in studying the Bachelor of Veterinary Science (BVSc) or Bachelor of Veterinary Nursing (BVetNurs). Directions Click here for directions to the Veterinary Science Campus. Enquiries Forward enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org or +27 (0)12 529 8129. #I Chose UP Day: 4 August 2018 Date and time Saturday, 4 August 2018, 08:00 to 13:00 Venue Venue to be confirmed. Who should attend the #I Chose UP Day? Prospective students who have been conditionally […]
Second Semester Application at Unisa 2018 – registrations online
Undergraduate registration dates for 2018: online, self-help, post & fax Registrations open Registrations close Final date for initial minimum payment so that your registration can be finalised First semester registration (semester modules) (includes registrations for the Postgraduate Certificate in Education, PGCE) 3 January 2018 26 January 2018 31 January 2018 Registration for undergraduate year modules 3 January 2018 9 March 2018 10 March 2018 Students who write examinations in January and February 2018 for year modules 3 January 2018 9 March 2018 10 March 2018 Second semester registration (new and currently registered students) 11 June 2018 13 July 2018 30 July 2018 Official Saturdays open: 13 and 20 January, 17 February, 30 June and 7 July 2018. Self-help centres are open from 08:00 to 15:30 week days and from 08:00 to 11:30 on Saturdays.Unisa officially closes at 12:00 on 22 December 2017 and opens for registrations on Tuesday 3 January 2018. Honours & postgraduate diploma registration dates for 2018: online only Registrations open Registrations close Final date for initial minimum payment so that your registration can be finalised First semester registration (honours and postgraduate diplomas) (excludes registrations for the Postgraduate Certificate in Education, PGCE) 3 January 2018 30 March 2018 […]