Application window now open for 6-month internship at Boeing in Seattle
Aiming for a career in aerospace, or hoping to add some serious weight to your CV? Now is your chance with a fully paid, six-month stint in Boeing’s coveted International Business Intern Program (IBIP) in the United States. Launched in 2012, IBIP gives valuable exposure to Boeing’s latest advances... Read more
SA occupations in demand
A chief financial officer, general manager public service and director of marketing are amongst the 100 most in demand occupations in South Africa, according to the Department of Higher Education and Training. The list, published in June by the Department of Higher Education and Training, features occupations that have... Read more
University applications for 2019 open
Have you decided where you want to study next year? Undergraduate applications for South African universities are open for 2019. Bear in mind application closing dates differ with each University, so make sure to apply before the deadline. Please note that  some universities also have different closing dates for... Read more
Japan opens scholarships for 2019
Japan has opened its doors to foreign students from around the globe to apply at any Japanese University and study under the Japanese Government Scholarship program in 2019 The scholar is open to research, undergraduate, specialized training college and teacher training college. Degree Level Research students (Master’s, Doctoral, or... Read more
Korea offers study opportunity for 2018
Korea has opened its doors for South African scientists. The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology is offering South African students a scholarship to study towards a postgraduate qualification of which the Department of Higher Education and Training will be responsible for the nominations of qualifying candidates from... Read more
Agriculture defies odds to create jobs in tough climate
The Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries sectors created an additional 39 000 jobs in the fourth quarter of 2017, says Stats SA. According to the Statistics South Africa Quarter Four Labour Force Survey released this week, agriculture made a commendable contribution to South Africa’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate... Read more
Great careers that don’t require degree study (or even Matric)
As hundreds of thousands of prospective students attempt to secure a place at public universities, with only a fraction of them likely to be accommodated due to limited capacity, education experts have highlighted the need for school-leavers to consider the many exciting careers that are accessible without degree study.... Read more
Hungarian scholarships up for grabs
The Hungarian Government is offering 100 scholarships to South African students to study at participating public university in Hungary. The degree levels are as follows: Bachelors (30 scholarships) Masters (60 scholarships) PhD (10 scholarships) Areas of study include but are not limited to natural sciences and sustainable environment engineering... Read more
Study in Russia in 2018
Calling on Russian speaking undergraduate (Bachelors) or or postgraduate (Masters or PhD) students looking to study in Russia.  Most programmes are taught in the Russian language and applicants with no command of Russian are required to take the language preparatory course for one year before pursuing major studies. Preference... Read more
Afrikaans can be learnt online for the first time
There is a need among visiting international students and foreign visiting lecturers and researchers to be able to speak Afrikaans. According to Prof Angelique van Niekerk, this is the reason why the Department of Afrikaans and Dutch, German and French at the University of the Free State (UFS) has... Read more