Stand a chance to win a 2nd year BURSARY

Share on

receive discount

Why Specialise?

If you want to create value and kick start a successful career in the tech sector, my advice is to specialize, specialize, specialize! When you’re a generalist in something, you may have wide horizontal opportunities — meaning you can bounce from company to company doing the same thing and receiving the same pay — but if you want greater opportunities for advancement, specialization is key.

All accredited certification looks good on your resume. It shows an employer that you have discipline, are serious about your career and that you have some form of demonstrated technical ability. You can never go wrong beefing up your resume with some relevant and recognised certs.

With an ever-increasing demand for qualified staff, most employers offer enhanced career opportunities to candidates who have certified qualifications and relevant experience.

One key strategy for job-seeking in the high-tech industry is to obtain professional certification. What many people don’t know is that certification can increase the odds of on-the-job employee innovation.

Terms & Conditions

  • You must be a CTU student
  • Your account must be up to date
  • You must qualify to do the next NQF level
  • The bursary may not be held concurrently with any other CTU funded bursary, which means that you cannot qualify for the 2nd year bursary if you’ve already received a Cisco or any other CTU bursary.
  • The bursary-holder must be a South African citizen.
  • The student must qualify for the specific programme as per the stipulated entry requirements.
  • The bursary excludes the following:
    • Professional membership fees (SABPP, SAID, ICB, CTH, etc.);
    • A device and/or data for studies;
    • R1700 Administration Fee;
    • International exams for the Business programmes;
    • International exam re-writes.
  • The bursary is for FULL TIME studies only.
  • If you decide to study the Project Management & CAD Combo, the CAD add-ons (Revit, Inventor and Autodesk) are not included in the offer.
  • The bursary cannot be exchanged for cash.
  • The bursary is only valid for the February 2018 intake.

2 Registration Payment Methods:

  1. Pay R6000 (R2000 registration fee + R4000 deposit) on/before 30 November 2017 + R1700 admin fee on/before 31 January 2018:
    1. Full cash payment in January: 10% discount | Full cash payment in February: 5% discount
    2. Get 11th month payment off (2018 monthly payments must be up to date & a debit order must be signed).
  1. Pay R2000 registration fee on/before 30 November 2017 + R1700 admin fee on/before 31 January 2018:
    1. Deposit of R4000 is worked into monthly payments.
      (1st year account should be up to date. Please note that monthly payment history will be reviewed to be considered for this option.)