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South Africa

 

Officially the Republic of South Africa (RSA) is the southernmost country in Africa, it has the total size of 1,221,037 square kilometres and it’s the 24th-largest country in the world. It’s the ninth-biggest country in Africa, with  three capital cities; Pretoria, Bloemfontein and Cape Town.

South Africa’s education system has re-developed its focus toward helping graduates achieve a global, multicultural competitiveness – in some ways, a natural result of South Africa’s diverse population. With its multiethnic population, eleven national languages, and varied physical landscapes and wildlife, South Africa embodies diversity. 

But, it’s not all fun and games. Universities in South Africa offer countless degree programs meant to challenge students and enhance their future career options. Since the end of apartheid, higher education in South Africa has been particularly important due to its dedication to producing responsible, socially conscious citizens. It’s no wonder then that students are beginning to recognize what a huge opportunity it is to study abroad in South Africa.

Universities and life conditions in South Africa are mostly affordable compared to universities in like U.S and U.K. University tuition fees in South Africa ranges between $2,500 - $5,000 per year, with a living cost of around $2,000 per year.

 

South Africa is an ideal place to study the challenges of developing countries and of Africa itself. Education courses of study in South Africa often charge lower fees than many developed nations for excellent qualifications. In addition, students enrolled in education programmes in South Africa have the unique opportunity to collaborate with internationally-recognized local scholars in their fields of specialty. 

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Mauritius

Officially the Republic of Mauritius is one of the most beautiful islands in the world, it has a total size of 1,860 square kilometers and it is located 2,400 kilometers off the southeast coast of Africa, in the Indian Ocean. The Capital city is Port Louis.

Mauritius' economy is one of the rapidly growing economies in Africa, with Tourism contributing much of that growth in the country. Paradise-like environment is not the only attractive aspect of Mauritius, as more and more International students are choosing to study in the country due to Tuition affordability and Low cost of living compared to other universities around the world.

Every year around 10,000 students all across the world come to study various undergraduate and postgraduate courses. It is considered as one of the greatest destinations to study tourism and management. And students can earn these world-class university degrees at an affordable education and living, cost allows the international students to enjoy a heartfelt experience.

The cost of Universities in Mauritius is quiet low compared to other countries both in Africa and elsewhere. University tuition fees range between $3,000 - $15,000 per year for Undergraduate and Post graduate courses. The cost of living in Mauritius is cheaper than 63% of countries in the world, with an estimated monthly accommodation cost of $250.

Interestingly, the cost of education is affordable, and you do not need any IELTS or TOFEL to get admission here except having a competitive academic profile. Besides, one can find other benefits including 20 hours per week (part-time), the fast track visa, affordable living cost and good job opportunities & global exposure.

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Kenya

Officially the Republic of Kenya is one of the beautiful countries of East Africa, it covers a total area of 581,309 square kilometers,  with diverse features made of savannas, mountains and valleys. The Capital city is Nairobi.

Kenya has the 7th largest economy in Africa with a GDP of $99.246 billion. The industrial sector dominates Kenya’s growing economy, with the country’s primary industries being agriculture, manufacturing, and tourism.

Kenya is traditionally famous for its safaris and beautiful wildlife reserves and national parks such as the East and West Tsavo National Park, the Maasai Mara, Lake Nakuru National Park, and Aberdares National Park. The country is home to the big five animals: the lion, leopard, buffalo, rhinoceros, and elephant that can be found particularly in the Maasai Mara.

Kenya is known as one of the countries in Africa with the most educated people and the country has many Universities including both Public and Private Universities offering world-class degrees.

Kenya has one of the most affordable higher education cost in the world; Kenyan universities' tuition fees are between $1,380 - $5,000 per year. Cost of living in Kenya living for an average student ranges between $200 - $600 per month.

With more than ten public universities and over twenty private universities, students have plenty of options from where to choose to get a higher education degree. Applicants can select from the following types of higher educational institutions: universities, colleges of higher education, vocational colleges and polytechnic universities.

 

Kenya has been attracting a high number of international students from all over the world. The multicultural environment has played an important part in continually increasing the number of students.

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