SAMI Study - South Africa
This new and exciting project has given students from overseas the opportunity to study in South Africa without the hassles that one would experience when organising it alone.
SAMI will organise everything from accomodation to study Visas.
Check below for the list of courses on offer.
We have strategic partnerships with a reputable study institution approved by Department of Education, QCTO
approved and endorsed by the Department of Home Affairs, South African Foreign Embassies and Missions
to approve study visas from abroad.
We know many French, Portuguesend and Spanish speaking students struggle with English and our
learning Institution offers accredited English courses, which will allow you to claim credits
to any other courses and provides a-one-stop portal for all your study requirements and most
importantly the best news you can work 20 hours per week legally at any job whilst you study.
Our accredited courses and learning institutions have been approved by the Department of Higher Education
and therefore the Department of Home Affairs will have no problem with your working in the informal sector
whilst you study, as it is the practice in most parts of the world.
Our world class strategic study institution partner embraces modern technology to facilitate structured programs
to learn at your own pace and the reason they can do this is by embracing leading edge IT solutions.
Note: It is a requirement by law that you attend lectures physically, if you want to study in South Africa
and if you require long distance learning without a study visa we can assist you there as well.
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SAMI issues a monthly Newsletter to update you on topical immigration and related matters that we believe you should be aware of especially with regard to the procedures and rules pertaining thereto. These newsletters will provide you with useful information on any aspect of life related to immigration and relocation. If you are interested in a visa or just to visit you should subscribe to the Free Newsletter service of SAMI.