Why should I study in South Africa?

How to study in South Africa?

The nine provinces of South Africa also have their own education departments, which implement both national and local policies. If you study in South Africa, it will usually take three years of full-time study to complete a bachelor's degree, and one or two years to complete a master's degree.

National performance: South Africa

Percent of all Universities 100% 80% 60% 40% < below Average above > 40% 60% 80% 100% Teaching & Learning 100% 0% Research 39% 44% Knowledge Transfer 50% 36% International Orientation 55% 36% Regional Engagement 62% 38%

How much does it cost to study in South Africa?

Other international Masters students can expect tuition fees to range from R25,000 to R70,000 (USD $1,750-4,900), depending on the university and programme. Some MBAs and specialised postgraduate courses can cost up to R410,000 (USD $28,720)

Do I need a Student Visa for South Africa?

As a foreign student and in South Africa it is possible to apply for a study visa by completing Form BI-1738. Study visas must be applied for at a VFS Centre. VFS Centres can be found across the country near the respective enrolled educational institution, or at the nearest South African embassy, mission or consulate abroad.

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