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Bursaries Crucial In Education

Posted by | April 15, 2018 | Bursary

Bursaries are crucial in planning your entire education, including how to source the finances required for such an education. However, it is a fact that most South Africans suffer financially and thus cannot afford to acquire good tertiary education. Only with funding initiatives and bursary programmes can many of the country’s youth afford to take advantage of their basic constitutional right to a good education. Bursaries and Scholarships refer to financial help from sources such as the government and private institutions, and are much needed, and utilized, financial avenues for thousands of students around the country. A bursary entails that

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As more and more young people flock tertiary institutions there is a higher demand for Financial Aid and other government bursaries programmes. The South African government is under a lot of pressure to deliver basic services to its citizens.With a population of over 55 Million people, the government has many obligations to fulfill. All these duties are enshrined in the constitution and it is every citizen’s right to demand these basic services.Amongst these basic human rights in the constitution is education.Education has been the most talked about subjects in the country for the past couple of years. It is a well-known

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Tertiary institution study fees are very expensive these days. If you intend to study at tertiary it is expected that you pay your school fees in time. However this can not be possible in South Africa, not everyone can afford tertiary without a bursary. Free education has been one of the most trending topics in Mzansi these last couple of years. Young people from all over the country have continuously disrupted universities and colleges demanding free education. This has led to a lot of conflict in the universities, multiple interruptions on campuses have caused many setbacks. This has been a

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Finishing matric can be a scary time for youngsters but the government has a number of programmes in place to assist school leavers. Matrics across the country have received their results and are now looking to take the next big step towards furthering their education. Applying to post-school institutions can be a struggle for many of these youth who sometimes spend hours waiting in queues around the country, only to have their applications turned down. But being declined should not be seen as the end of the road. Government’s Central Application Clearing House (CACH) was developed to help young people

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