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Student finance options available

Student finance options available

Student finance – It is the prerogative right of every child in South Africa to have access to education. As such, the government of South Africa should provide possible means of ensuring that every child has access to such right, most children often fail to attain education as a result of financial constraints.

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Blue Education Loans

Blue Education Loans – unlocking potential through education Access to education is a fundamental human right. South Africa’s outstanding constitution stipulates this. While more individuals are getting educated, many are struggling to keep up with the associated costs. Numerous individuals need assistance in the form of finance to secure their children’s future. Recent studies have indicated that annual education increases in South Africa are exceeding salary increments by far. It’s

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Studietrust, providing financial opportunities for further education

Public and Private sector partnerships all over the world have proven to be crucial in expanding equitable access to tertiary education. While the task of providing education to citizens is largely a Government responsibility, the role of the private sector can not be underrated. The private sector has the capacity to improve quality and relevance of an education system and increase funding opportunities. One organisation living up to this is

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Eduloan, unlocking tertiary education potential

Eduloan, unlocking tertiary education potential

Access to education finance is a sure catalyst to social economic development. This issue is even more important for governments and donors as the world and Africa in particular runs towards achieving education for all by 2015. One institution playing a leading role in this regard is Eduloan.

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Nedbank student loan, cash for university education

Nedbank student loan, cash for university education

Tertiary education has been recognised as a major driver of economic competitiveness in an increasingly knowledge driven global economy and this has made high quality tertiary education more important than ever before in both industrialised and developing economies.The determining factor however in achieving this quality is affordability. In order to assist in making sure more funds are available for tertiary education in South Africa, Nedbank introduced student loans.

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