South Africa Study Visa
About South Africa:
South Africa offers the highest standard of university education in Africa at its world-class institutions. The country offers a more affordable university experience than other popular English-speaking destinations, such as the US and UK. Tuition fees are considerably lower, and the cost of living is nearly 40% less in South Africa than in the UK. The International Education Association of South Africa (IEASA) works to provide students at South African universities with opportunities throughout their studies to gain an international business perspective. A Bachelor’s degree typically takes three years to complete, although students can opt to complete an additional year of study – requiring a research thesis in the same area as the Bachelors, to receive a Bachelor’s degree with Honours.
- Low cost compared to European countries.
- Multi-Culture environment.
- Ample job opportunities and future research.
- Easy immigration.
- Economic benefits for International students, multi-cuisine food and good frequency/safe public transport.
- Can study and work at the same time.
- All the material and study guides are provided to by the campus which in most cases give you the best opportunity to pass.
- Lectures are provided to you but it’s on your initiative to go to them.
- A passport, valid until at least 30 days after the end of your course.
- Additional passport photos.
- An official letter of acceptance from your university.
- A clear criminal background check.
- Flight details, including details of your return journey at the end of the course.
- Proof of sufficient finances and valid health insurance for the duration of your stay.
- Proof of visa fee payment.
- An overall IELTS score of 7.0 or above.
- A score of at least 65% in the Academic Literacy component of the NBT.
- A TEFL qualification of a high standard completed three to five years before application submission