South Africa

Number of institutions: 81
    • Cape Town
    • Durban
    • Midrand
    • + 1 more

    Inscape believes in offering value driven products to ensure the diverse growth of the creative sector and industry at large. We have an established institutional culture that is unique to Inscape and its students. Our culture is built on a value system that encourages quality, authenticity and relationships. We strive for this to be reflective in all areas of our institution.

    • East London

    Founded in 1998, East London University is one of the country’s premier private universities. The University's S1-hectare campus, a few kilometers south of downtown East London, is home to more than 2,300 students hailing from all regions of the South Africa and 27 other countries.

    • Alice
    • Bisho
    • East London

    A vibrant, equitable and sustainable African university, committed to teaching and research excellence at the service of its students, scholars and the wider community.

    • Chicago
    • Amsterdam
    • Arles
    • + 33 more

    Our full name is the Institute for the International Education of Students. We know, it's kind of a mouthful! What it means though, is that we're passionate about making meaningful academic and cultural education opportunities available to students around the world.

    • Manchester
    • Accra
    • Budapest
    • + 62 more

    World-class university preparation qualifications designed by universities for international students to succeed at university.

    • Johannesburg
    • Cape Town
    • Durban
    • + 1 more

    AFDA was founded in 1994 by Garth Holmes, Bata Passchier and Deon Opperman.

    • Cape Town

    The University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business (GSB) is internationally renowned as one of a handful of business schools in Africa with the prestigious triple-crown accreditation with endorsements from EQUIS (the European Foundation for Management Development), AACSB (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), and AMBA (The Association of MBAs).

    • Johannesburg

    Chartall Business College was established in 2007 in response to two concurrent, national regulatory requirements.

    • Cape Town

    We believe only new, flexible educational solutions can meet the needs of many of today's potential students. Traditional education and their services don't have the flexibility to overcome today's adults' hurdles to educate and improve themselves sufficiently. Many people are held back by rigid schedules, high fees and very time-consuming programs.

    • Port Elizabeth

    Study English in South Africa at Bay Language Institute in Port Elizabeth, the friendly city on the Indian Ocean. Combine your English language course in South Africa with a range of activities for the language-learning experience of a life-time!

    • Cape Town

    Cornerstone is an independent, not-for-profit higher education institution engaged in teaching and learning in service of others, to advance human dignity and social justice for all.