As university applications are coming to a close at the end of September, millions of matriculants are hurrying to get submissions into higher learning institutions.
However, the cold, hard truth is that not all these learners will be accepted into their dream courses. Reportedly, only a quarter of those applying will get accepted.
This will not mean the end of the world. Instead, it will be a chance to re-evaluate what matters to one and explore alternatives.
National student recruitment manager at STADIO, Atelisha Harilal, said public universities in South Africa work tirelessly to try and service all school leavers, but it simply is not possible to offer a place to everyone who applies….
South Africa Education News