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What to consider with regards to tertiary costs?

Though fee structures can vary from institution to institution, here are some of the common costs for first year students.

Application fees
  • Most universities charge a non-refundable application fee ranging from R100 to R300. Rosebank College still remains affordable charging only R150. Separate fees apply for international students.
Acceptance fee or deposit
  • Most tertiary institutions require what you call an “acceptance fee” or “deposit”. This can cost R500 to R5000, depending on your course and institution.
Tuition fees
  • When you register for the year, you will be expected to pay anything from R2000 to R60 000 for your tuition fees. In some instances you are able to pay in installments. For example, the IIE Higher Certificate of Office Administration offered at Rosebank College can be paid in 10 monthly installments of R699. The cash fee is R9990 making it one of the most affordable higher education qualifications. Choosing to study full time, part time or through distance learning will also affect how much you pay, giving students the opportunity to choose the best option for them.
What is the difference between college and university?

Undecided about whether to attend a college or university? Not sure what the difference is? Most people believe that a university education is far superior to that of a college. We tend to think that university graduates are set for life and are surprised to see some struggle to find employment while their college counterparts find work almost immediately. In terms of South African law, private higher education institutions (sometimes called colleges) are not allowed to call themselves universities even though they can offer all of the same qualifications including degrees and even though the registration and accreditation of the two are the same. So what is the difference and how should you decide which is best for you? A major differentiator is that universities get a subsidy from the government while private colleges do not.

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