Career Advice for University Students South Africa

Informative resource to finding your perfect job


Posted by Nikki Barnard

November 8th, 2016


While on the hunt for South Africa’s Top100 Future Leaders, we asked them who their employer of choice is. After receiving thousands of applications from top students’ around the country, we were able to put together an employer of choice list decided on by the students themselves.

This list highlights the most popular employers in South Africa as voted for by the students for their ideal employer for 2016.

Click here to see the Top100 Graduate Employers for 2016

About the competition

In September 2016, BlackBark Productions (creators of the Rising Star Awards) and GradConnection partnered with key assessment providers, employers and universities to select and award students who showed the most potential as South Africa’s Future Leaders in a national competition.

The GradStar programme has been set up to recognise the Top100 university students across South Africa and connect them with potential employers, as well as business mentors who will assist them in getting ready for the workplace.

In order to be awarded a place in the Top100, candidates are put through a rigorous four-phase judging process, culminating in employer workshops at our main event, where awards for “Ten of the Finest” are highlights for their outstanding performance on the day of the event.

Purpose of the awards

The purpose of the awards night is to bring the major stakeholders of South Africa's graduate recruitment industry together, including:

  • Senior leaders, recruiters and human resources professionals from South Africa’s largest companies.
  • Senior academics and careers practitioners from across South Africa’s universities.
  • The next generation of future leaders, who are due to complete their studies in the next year and are ready to make their first career move.

For more information and how to get involved in next year’s event, contact Mandy Sripersad, Client Manager South Africa ([email protected]) or click here for more information.

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October 10th, 2016

For the first time in South Africa, the country’s top finest and brightest undergraduates were showcased at the 2016 Top100 Future Leaders awards.


The programme, sponsored by FNB, PwC and Fasken Martineau, was created by BlackBark Productions and GradConnection, and matches the country’s best future graduates with potential employers and business mentors.

“These awards are a way to recognise the Top100 students across South Africa and to connect them with potential employers,” says Laura Barker, MD of BlackBark Productions, “In turn giving employers a chance to develop long lasting relationships with the top talent in the country.”

It provides participating employers - who represent the financial, accounting, IT, engineering and legal disciplines, amongst others - and the Top100 graduates access to each other through a uniquely developed programme that focuses on quality connections, and complements existing employer programmes.

After receiving thousands of entries from across the country, the student applicants were put through a rigorous four-phase judging process. Designed to emulate the system that top employers use to find their future talent, part of the judging process included psychometric testing using Testgrid and video interviewing through Vieple.

“A lot of thought and preparation went into the actual judging process, which ultimately resulted in our Top100 findings,” says Mandy Sripersad, Client Manager for GradConnection South Africa. “The Top100 students are selected based on leadership criteria and readiness for the workplace, in addition to their academic performance.”

According to Sripersad, the process allowed students to familiarise themselves with the formal graduate programme application process, and enabled them to identify their own strengths and weaknesses along the way.

The programme culminated in employer workshops where the Top100 were finally whittled down to the Top10 students who showed the most potential, as judged by the employers. The Top100 graduates as well as the Top10 were announced at a Gala Dinner at Wanderers Club on the evening of the 27th of September.


1 Adewale Samuel Osifowokan B Com (Economics) Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
2 Ahmed Syed BSc (Chemical Engineering) University of Cape Town
3 Nicole Dunn B Social Sciences (Economics, Politics & Philosophy) University of Cape Town
4 Cyan Brown MBChB University of Pretoria
5 Paul Ssali B Eng (Civil) University of Pretoria
6 David Hendricks B Com (Information Systems) University of the Western Cape
7 Freddy Kido B Com (Law) University of the Western Cape
8 Tendai Samkange B Pharm University of the Western Cape
9 Wikus Botha B Com (Information Systems) University of the Western Cape
10 Yolanda Bam LLB University of the Western Cape

“There is so much talent and potential in South Africa’s future graduates, it is important to acknowledge and celebrate them, as well as providing them with a platform to be introduced and interact with the country’s top employers,” Sripersad concludes.

Click here, for the complete list of the Top100 graduates.

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October 6th, 2016

Video interviewing is fast becoming the preferred way for employers and recruitment agencies to create short lists of candidates. For candidates, this move away from phone screening can be confronting at first, but when you understand why recruiters are moving to video interviewing and a few simple techniques on how to make the most from this opportunity, it will all seem a lot less daunting.

Why video interviewing?

Candidates and recruiters are becoming more time poor. Phone screening can be hard to coordinate and doesn’t always give the interviewer a clear understanding of a candidate. Video interviewing can be more convenient for both candidates and recruiters, and in the case of recorded video interviewing systems, can be conducted at a time and place that is more practical.


Video interviewing types

There are two key types of video interviewing in use: live and recorded. Live interviewing often occurs using a technology such as Skype where the interview takes place in real time. Unfortunately, with live video interviewing there is a good chance that you will have to work with interviewers around technical issues with video lag and dropouts, and also interview on scheduled time.

The other, preferred video interviewing technique is recorded interviews. The best systems allow you to go online and conduct your interview at a time and place that suits your busy lifestyle. Recorded video interviewing is also a better way of making sure that all candidates are given the same chance, as the questions are delivered in the same format for everyone.

Now that you understand the difference between live and recorded video interviewing, we can help you understand the fundamentals on how to present the best impression for your video interview.


Sound is one of the more obvious areas where candidates fail with video interviews. Before you start your video interview, test the sound as well as the volume. With live video, the interviewer can give you feedback if there is a problem with sound but with recorded video you won’t receive feedback until after the interview has been viewed. The best recorded video interviewing systems like Vieple allow you a test question where you can test your sound setup before you start your interview.

Lighting and camera position

An over lit or under lit video looks unprofessional. Check the lighting to make sure that it presents you and your surroundings in the most positive light. The same is true of camera position. No one wants to be looking up your nose for the entire interview.

Make sure you set up the camera so that you are in the centre of the frame and the camera is at your eye level. If you are using the camera on your laptop, prop it up with something so that the camera is at eye level. Also make sure that you are not too far or too close to the camera. Where you sit may be limited by the strength of your microphone but try to sit so that your head and the top half of your torso are in the frame.

Set the scene

Remember to check everything within the frame of the video. Remove anything that may be inappropriate or distracting. The less there is in the frame, the less distraction there is from you. Also make sure that nobody can walk into the frame accidently during your videos as this can distract both you and the interviewer and is viewed as unprofessional. It may be a good idea to notify anyone present in your immediate environment, that you are completing a video interview and wish to remain uninterrupted for that period of time.

Choose your clothing wisely

Keep it simple and avoid patterns and fine stripes. Small format video struggles to render both. Choose solid, conservative colours (except bright white). If you want to see what works best on video, consider what news presenters wear. Also, make sure that what you are wearing is appropriate for the position. If the position requires you to wear a suit, dress in a suit. If the dress standard is more casual, wear smart casual.

Make eye contact

That usually means looking at the camera. Constantly looking out of frame is distracting and can create the impression that you’re disinterested. If you have notes, use them for preparation but try not to use them during the interview.

Monitor yourself

With video interviewing systems such as Vieple, you have a picture of yourself on the bottom right hand side of the screen. Are you sitting very far forward in your chair? Is your body language showing interest? You'd be amazed at what an interviewer can read just from how you’re sitting. You can practice before the interview, using just your webcam and recording yourself. Ask others for input and feedback.

Now you’re ready for your video interview

Like any interview, your success in a video interview comes down to preparation. Practice with your webcam using the tips above until you feel confident and comfortable, and you will give yourself the best chance of making a lasting impression. Good luck.


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The Full Top100 List

Posted by GradConnection

September 26th, 2016

The Full Top100 List

The Full Top100 List has now gone live on our website. Those who are in the Top 100 can now link prospective employers to it in their CV, LinkedIn and future job applications as proof that they passed a very rigorous process to be recognized for their unique skills, knowledge and experiences.

At the GradStar Awards event, the Top 100 will be formally recognised for their achievement, and be in with a chance of being selected as one of our '10 of the Finest' for 2016. They will have the chance to network with some of the top recruiters in the county, and be paired up with a mentor from the 2016 Rising Star Awards at the Rising Star Summit.

Top 100 GradStar Future Leaders

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June 16th, 2016

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Dr Ludi Koekemoer,
Head of Department: Management, School of Business and Economics, Monash South Africa

Most of us know that a reputable Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree can fast-track your business career, whether you’re an entrepreneur or working your way up the corporate ladder. Good MBAs give you extensive training in business theory, practical know-how and new ways of thinking. The result? You become an innovative problem solver in a world of complex business challenges, earning more than your colleagues, and growing into senior and international roles faster.

But there’s a catch: earning a rigorous MBA is hard. The course content is hard, to be sure, but even harder is trying to study part time when you’re already balancing a busy corporate managerial role with personal responsibilities like a family, a social life, and staying healthy.

No one doubts that you’re driven to succeed and grow your career. But after-hours study and compulsory group work is difficult. And in case you think you can ‘cheatsheet’ your knowledge with the many MBA-in-a-month pocketbooks found in the business sections of local bookstores – you can’t. Those books only broadly reference some well-known business case studies, and are no substitutes for learning in order to critically and creatively apply in-depth theory to real-world scenarios.

A new way to do an MBA

Newer MBA programmes are designed to be both academically rigorous and as flexible as possible, helping you to learn through challenging, but not crippling, coursework. These newer programmes offer things like:

  • Anytime enrolment, allowing you to start the degree at the right time during the year. Too many professionals are pressured into a once-yearly enrolment, even if they’re facing a time-sensitive deliverable at work or a newborn at home. This sets them up for early failure.
  • On- and off-line learning, where you’re guided to self-study online with VoIP or email support when needed, while gaining all the benefits of face-to-face time with your peers and lecturers on selected dates and time. The result is less frequent, but more focused, trips to campus.
  • Daily support in the form of a module or course pacer, telling you what to study by when.
  • A part-time MBA can, and should, become your biggest competitive advantage, since you’re applying course theory in your everyday work environment and gaining on-the-ground experience from day one. The key is to choose a programme that’s designed to heighten that advantage, not hinder it.

Dr Ludi Koekemoer is the Programme Manager for the Monash South Africa MBA which is launching in April 2016 with first classes beginning in July.

About the Monash South Africa MBA:

The MSA MBA also offers maximum flexibility to part-time students, accommodating the time demands of work and family. Students can enroll in the MBA anytime during the year, since subjects are offered in 5-week blocks, one subject at a time. Students can miss blocks and complete this at another stage, therefore the degree can therefore be completed in 18, 24, or 36 months.

The MSA MBA is a fully accredited NQF level 9 degree with the South African Qualification Authority. To qualify for admission, prospective students must possess an HEQSF level 8 qualification, for example a four-year degree, a Postgraduate diploma, or an Honours degree. Alternatively, if students have an NQF level 7 qualification, relevant work experience and other credentials they can apply to enter via Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).The application deadline for 1 July 2016, and enrolment for the first classes should be completed by 13 July 2016.

Visit for more information, call +27 11 950 4009, or email [email protected]

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2016 GradStar Awards

Posted by GradConnection South Africa

May 10th, 2016

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GradStar Top 100

2016 GradStar Awards

Would you like the opportunity to be named as one of the Top students in the country? Would you like access to the country’s top employers and be in with a chance of securing your perfect job? If so, apply for the 2016 GradStar Awards!

The GradStar Awards are a competition that aims to give these up and coming student leaders that extra edge by connecting emerging leadership talent with some of South Africa’s top graduate employers. Keep scrolling down to discover more on the competition and the application process! Graduate competition is fierce, and there is little doubt that securing a graduate role is becoming increasingly challenging, meaning that students need to stand out from the crowds and be more prepared than ever before.

Want the edge? Enter Now!


Benefits of participating

Winning entrants will have the opportunity to network and gain insights with representatives of some of South Africa’s leading graduate employers and also receive a certificate and trophy. If you go all the way, you will also be recognised nationally in one of South Africa’s on the awards night in front of top Graduate employers. You will also get to attend a best practice assessment centre and meet other finalists and become a member of our very powerful GradStar Alumni.

If you don’t make it to the finals, you will get invaluable experience around applying for your first graduate program. The competition application process itself emulates the process that many of South Africa’s top graduate and internship employers use to find their future talent (psychometric testing, video interviewing) and is a good opportunity for you to familiarise yourselves with the formal graduate program application process. At the same time, this process will enable you to identify your own personal/professional strengths or weaknesses – a critical element to future career success.


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Am I Eligible?

If you are currently studying at a South African university and will be studying at any point in 2017, we want you! This means as long as you are not graduating this year you are eligible. We want students of all different stripes and spots. We don't care what you are studying, whether you are an international student, undergraduate or post graduate. Anyone can be a future leader, so why not you?

Being a future leader is not just about good grades. Perhaps you are the Club Captain of a sports club, or the president of a society. Perhaps you donate your time to a worthy cause or are fighting for social change. You could be a youth leader, a champion chess player or have been working in your field of study while at university. Whatever it is, if you are different in some way you are a potential future leader.


The Application Process:

1. Apply!


First off all you have to do is spend 20 minutes of your time applying. We will ask you a range of questions in an online form that is similar to what would be asked in a graduate or vacation program. Think of it as free practice!

2. Psychometric Testing

Psychometric Testing

You will then be invited to sit a psychometric test produced by a popular psychometric testing provider for used by a number of top employers. We will use the same screening process to determine whether you get invited to the next stage.

3. Video interviewing

Video Interviewing

Here we will ask you a few questions over video interview that we will then share with employers so they can decide whether you are a finalist.

One the finalists have been decided, they will be invited to an assessment day in Johannesburg where the employers will select ’10 of the Finest’. Expenses will be covered for those who do not reside in Johannesburg.

On the 27th September, the Top candidates will be invited to participate in an assessment centre in JHB, and on the night of the 28th of September all finalists will also attend to our GradStar awards evening where the ’10 of the Finest’ will be announced in front of an audience of Graduate Employers.

Get in contact with the employers you want to talk to before every other graduate can. Get invited to apply for their graduate programs, or even have a job offer before they officially open up their graduate program applications for 2016/2017.

Secure your place as a Future Leader in South Africa, apply for the 2016 GradStar Awards today!

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Dr David Molapo

Dr David Molapo

Our Programme Patron, Dr David Molapo, has recently been tasked by the Office Of The President and the Department of Education with the responsibility of putting together 16 events celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Youth Day on 16th June 2016.

Dr Molapo has fully endorsed the GradStar Awards, saying;
“This is a worthy programme, designed to uplift the student youth at this time of unrest and provide an aspirational platform to assist them in achieving their potential. I urge you, as the employers and educators of South Africa, to support this initiative and help create this exciting network of young people.”

Apply Now

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May 6th, 2016

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Monash South Africa to launch MBA degree in April 2016

May 2016

Many busy professionals who are challenged and motivated to advance their careers in business often shy away from a part-time MBA due to the continuous challenges of balancing work and family. To address this problem, Monash South Africa (MSA) is launching a professional Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree that is specifically designed to offer maximum study flexibility for part-time students seeking better career enhancement prospects.

Professionals can study on their own terms by enrolling in the MBA anytime during the year, since subjects are offered in 5-week blocks, one subject at a time. “If a student finishes a subject and then anticipates a time-sensitive project at work or a major family event, they can simply skip the next 5-week block and resume as needed,” says Dr Ludi Koekemoer, Programme Manager for the MBA within MSA’s School of Business and Economics. “The degree can therefore be completed in 18, 24, or 36 months.”

Besides offering students a high level of theoretical engagement, intellectual independence and the ability to solve complex business problems, the MSA MBA is underpinned by a “use it now” concept, where students are taught how to apply all their learnings immediately in their jobs. This way, students become innovative and creative leaders in dynamic corporate environments. “Innovation is key to our MBA,” says Koekemoer, “and it is one reason why, instead of a standard dissertation at the end of programme, we ask for an Innovation Project that incorporates both business theory and the application of practical creative intelligence that is taught throughout the course, helping students discover their own creative potential and applying it in real world situations.”

The MSA MBA is designed to produce graduates who can make sound business judgments in local and global teams and demonstrate both intellectual confidence and originality. The course uses a blended learning approach that includes online self-study with online voice chats using VoIP technology, in addition to email support, and face-to-face contact sessions with peers and lecturers on selected Saturdays. The result is less frequent, but more focused, trips to the MSA campus in Ruimsig, Roodepoort.

The MSA MBA is a fully accredited NQF level 9 degree with the South African Qualification Authority. To qualify for admission, prospective students must possess an HEQSF level 8 qualification, for example a four-year degree, a Postgraduate diploma, or an Honours degree. Alternatively, if students have an NQF level 7 qualification, relevant work experience and other credentials they can apply to enter via Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).

Apply now to begin your Monash South Africa MBA in July 2016. Visit for more information, call +27 11 950 4009, or email [email protected]

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February 12th, 2016


Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard visits South Africa to promote partnerships in education

Education, employability and entrepreneurship begin at grassroots level, from the support of basic education and literacy to the preparation of students for today’s global economy. This is a key message from the South Africa visit of the Honourable Julia Gillard, former Prime Minister of Australia and former Minister of Education.

Gillard visited Zandspruit Primary School this week to celebrate the Ducere Foundation’s African Children’s Stories programme roll-out in the local township community along with partner Monash South Africa (MSA), a leading private higher education provider founded by Monash University (Australia) and a member of Laureate International Universities.

As the Chancellor of Ducere and Chair of the Board of Directors, Global Partnership for Education, Gillard emphasised the importance of literacy and education. While launching the latest collection of stories written by local South African learners, she encouraged the children to keep writing and to make their education a top priority.

The MSA and Ducere collaboration is made possible through the MSA student-led programme “This is Me”, which promotes children’s creative thinking, storytelling and literacy skills to support their academic and personal growth. Di Fleming, CEO of Ducere Foundation, reiterated Ducere’s vision to “continue publishing stories written by African children, for African children to be shared across the globe. We encourage and celebrate literacy from a young age, and empower the young learners to embrace their African culture.” MSA distributed hundreds of these stories to schools through their campus community engagement programmes.

Esther Benjamin, CEO of MSA and CEO of Africa Operations for Laureate International Universities believes, “This project, one of many MSA outreach programmes, strengthens students’ passion for volunteering as part of their personal development, provides them with an opportunity to make important contributions to the community, and equips them with valuable skills for leadership and entrepreneurial thinking.”

Gillard’s visit culminated in a panel discussion, held on during the week in Sandton. Together with panellists including prominent business, NGO, and community leaders, Benjamin and Gillard discussed the challenges and opportunities for students in the global marketplace. During the discussion it was emphasised that students need to pursue academic excellence, along with cultivating essential life and personal skills for employability and entrepreneurship.

Benjamin says, “By facilitating important conversations on education’s link to building robust economies and skilled marketplaces, we strive to be a leading change agent in South Africa and beyond. We pride ourselves on local relevancy as well as a global perspective. We work with an extensive global network of thought leaders to ensure that our graduates are equipped for the global business environment as well as for entrepreneurial initiatives relevant to the marketplace.”

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January 22nd, 2016


The #RhodesMustFall campaign was seemingly the start of the #SomethingMustFall revolution in South Africa. We saw things getting pretty heated late last year when this transpired into the #FeesMustFall campaign, where thousands of students across the country voiced their concerns about the rising cost of going to university. While President Zacob Zuma announced a zero percent fee increase for 2016 as a result of the protests, it doesn't mean that gaining a tertiary education is a realistic possibility for a vast number of students across South Africa. It is estimated that the average cost of obtaining a university degree in this country is as much as R35,000 annually to study a BCom, BA or a BSc - and that is just for the tuition - textbooks and stationary cost as much as R14,000 per year. Then, there are all the other outgoing expenses (rent, living costs, transport etc.), at an average of R120,000 per year. This adds up to a whopping cost of around R14,000 per month to attend university! It comes as no shock that students are questioning whether attending university is still a viable option, given the financial burden that comes along with it.

All of this has got us thinking...What does this mean for the Graduate Recruitment space? Will we still focus on finding talent in university graduates, or will we see a shift towards sourcing our future leaders in other ways? Let's watch this space...

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October 16th, 2015

Monash South Africa Hosts 27 Bright Young Minds and National Spelling Bee Finalists

October, 2015 – Last week leading higher education campus, Monash South Africa (MSA) hosted 27 of the country’s brightest young minds, the recently named finalists in the 2015 National Spelling Bee competition, at their Ruimsig campus. Three primary school winners from each of the provinces were invited to MSA for an inside view of the state of the art campus, showcasing what can be achieved should they continue striving for excellence in the classroom. In addition MSA, as part of its ongoing efforts to empower children through education, sponsors an academic scholarship for the winners of both the national and Gauteng provincial Spell It Spelling Bees.

Nurturing Future Academics

During their visit to the campus, MSA CEO, Esther Benjamin called upon the finalists to take their future under careful consideration: “You may be young today, but it’s important to remember that it is never too early to start thinking about your higher education. I encourage you to think about what you need to be doing today to maintain top academic performance, to ensure your future at a top tertiary institution such as Monash South Africa.”

During the campus tour the 27 finalists and eventual winner, Erin Sloane from the Western Cape, were excited by the opportunity to secure a scholarship at such a young age. Many of the finalists have a very clear idea of the path they want to follow when they finish their schooling. Malaka Mapheto of Dikolobe Primary School in Limpopo, wants to be a doctor one day so that he can help people and he says, “I am very excited to be here and I hope to be a student at Monash South Africa when I finish school.”

Spelling Excellence in Young Learners 

Since 2010, the Spell It initiative in partnership with the National Department of Education and Nedbank has impacted the lives of over 150 000 primary school learners across South Africa by providing them with the opportunity to achieve an international level of spelling competency. The national and provincial Spelling Bee competitions form an important part of this process, and to date have assisted in the improvement of the spelling ability of learners by an average of 300%. The national contest features district, provincial and national spelling competitions for grade 6 learners from schools across the country.

Sponsoring Potential 

“Together with the Department of Basic Education and other partners, we are exceptionally proud to be a sponsor of the National Spelling Bee competition. Our collaboration with Spell It over the years has provided sponsorship for 14 learners to attend Monash South Africa and we are pleased to continue this support for promising young leaders who are encouraged to meet their full potential through this programme” concluded Benjamin.

A previous recipient of the bursary is Grade 6 pupil of Gauteng’s Theo Wassenaar Primary School and winner of the provincial Spelling Bee, Jethro Kustner. As the child of a single parent family, a scholarship to study further will go a long way towards helping him achieve his dream of becoming a chemical engineer. By spelling the word, “vengeance” correctly in the provincial final, Jethro’s academic future has been secured.

The Power of Education 

Also invited to address the Spelling Bee finalists was MSA student and Laureate “Here for Good” ambassador Lebo Sekhotla, who was selected as an ambassador from over a million students from across the globe for her youth empowerment work. Her difficult childhood allowed her to advise learners on achieving despite trying circumstances: “You have the power to reach your full potential through education. It is your responsibility to set your problems aside and strive for excellence. This can be achieved by aligning yourself with excellent people.” As a shining example of the power of education and a fellow recipient of a bursary for her tertiary studies it seems that this is sound advice indeed for the 27 bright young minds who participated in the National Spelling Bee this past weekend.

About Monash South Africa:

The impressive, state of the art Monash South Africa (MSA) campus in Johannesburg is dedicated to support South Africa and the continent to meet its diverse economic and educational needs by producing graduates who are internationally recognised. MSA has four schools: Business and Economics, Health Sciences, Information Technology and Social Science and a one-year pathway programme into the undergraduate degrees, the Higher Certificate in Higher Education Studies. MSA became the first institution in Sub-Saharan Africa to join the Laureate International Universities network in 2013, which has a presence in 28 countries, serving over 1,000,000 students globally across 80 institutions and online. To learn more, visit

About Laureate Education, Inc:

Laureate Education is the world’s leading higher education provider. Laureate’s more than 80 universities educate over 1,000,000 students in 28 countries across the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Laureate’s universities offer undergraduate, master’s and doctoral degree programs in fields such as architecture, business, engineering, hospitality management, law and medicine. Many Laureate institutions are ranked among the top providers of higher education in their respective regions, countries and fields, and have received international recognition for their academic quality. To learn more, visit

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