When it comes to making life-changing career decisions, nothing beats a one-on-one conversation. Monash South Africa invites all learners to kick up their heels in celebration of spring at their Spring Festival on Saturday, 4 October 2014 from 14:00 to 19:00 at their campus in Ruimsig, Johannesburg. Apply for 2015, enjoy live entertainment and speak to a Career Advisor about your study options.

Local celebrity Darren ‘Wackhead’ Simpson and rock band, Nova Rise, are set to entertain guests throughout the day. Get a taste of campus life – explore world-class facilities and learn more about the many international exchange options that Monash South Africa offers. All learners interested in applying for 2015 should bring their academic record and copies of their ID/Passport.

This has been a particularly exciting year for Monash South Africa as they have seen a growth in student enrolments. Since opening their doors in 2001, Monash South Africa has produced over 3000 graduates with degrees from their four schools: Business and Economics, Health Sciences, Information Technology and Social Science. Their flagship Foundation Programme is a one-year course designed as a pathway to an undergraduate degree.

In 2013, Monash South Africa became part of Laureate International Universities, the world’s largest international network with more than 75 institutions, serving over 900 000 students in 29 countries. This network provides students with countless opportunities to share ideas, collaborate and to study across borders and around the world through a Study Abroad programme that allows students to complete their degrees in up to three different continents.

“Studying through Monash South Africa makes you part of the Laureate family and a global citizen. We invite you to come to our campus and see the exciting prospects that await you at Monash. Let us partner with you on this exciting journey,” said Esther Benjamin, CEO of Monash South Africa.