South Africa

Study in South Africa.

Why South Africa?

South Africa is located at the southern-most tip of the African continent apart from being known as the land of beauty and adventure. While the number of foreign students hosted has declined in recent years, South Africa remains an important destination for international students. Their universities have been consistently keeping up with the increasingly high standards for higher education systems. There are 26 public universities and 42 private universities.  Student visas are valid only for the duration of your degree. During this time, you are permitted to work up to 20 hours per week during term time. There are no work restrictions outside of term time.

South Africa is located at the southern-most tip of the African continent apart from being known as the land of beauty and adventure. While the number of foreign students hosted has declined in recent years, South Africa remains an important destination for international students. Their universities have been consistently keeping up with the increasingly high standards for higher education systems. There are 26 public universities and 42 private universities.  Student visas are valid only for the duration of your degree. During this time, you are permitted to work up to 20 hours per week during term time. There are no work restrictions outside of term time.