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Power of a University-Equivalent Degree and Diploma
The subjects you choose to do in high school will determine your career, so choose them carefully.  ~ 

More than twelve years ago, thousands of excited adolescents between the ages of five and seven sat in a classroom for their very first day of school. Spirits were high as each young mind introduced themselves and told their teacher what they were going to be when they grew up: A doctor. A policeman. A ninja… maybe even South Africa’s first astronaut.  

Today, those same ambitious young people are all grown up and have come to the end of their high school career. One of them is you. While your career goals may have changed with time, completing Matric means that you are one step closer towards achieving your ambitions.

The first adult reality that many matriculants face as they transition from life as a scholar is the high unemployment rate in South Africa. Earning an income is now a priority, and as important as a matric certificate may be, it simply isn’t enough to secure you employment in the highly competitive job market. To succeed, you need a good qualification from a respected tertiary education institution.

For more than 70 years Damelin has provided quality higher education and training qualifications to successfully shape the futures of thousands of career seekers. Through university-equivalent degrees and diplomas we deliver a superior standard of knowledge that is both desired, and required in a variety of industries.

Our degree range includes a Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing and Business Management, Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting, Bachelor of Commerce in Information Management, Bachelor of Commerce in Business Management and Bachelor of Applied Social Science in Community Service.  Offered at selected campuses nationwide, they refine individual strengths, build new skillsets and incorporate a compulsory work integrated learning (WIL) programme that gives students the opportunity to get first-hand experience of the working world - a distinct advantage as compared to other graduates.

These courses are all registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET), aligned with the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA), the National Qualifications Framework (NQF), and have been accredited by the Higher Education Quality Committee (HEQC), the same body that accredits public universities. The only difference is that they are taught in smaller class settings to ensure each student receives individual attention.

With a Damelin degree and diploma you also have a greater entrance salary and chance of boosting your earnings. The average salary for a degree graduate is between R162 0000 and R940 000 per year; and our new affiliation with the world-renowned London College of International Business Studies, means that you will become a desired candidate by both local and international employers.

Damelin is currently open for 2017 registration. One of the perks of registering before 31 December 2016 is a FREE Huawei T1 7” Tablet* and 200 megabytes of data per month for 12 months* that we are giving all our students. This will allow you to access your study material even when you aren’t on campus, so that you are free to study where and when it suits you.

To pursue your childhood passions and give your professional future a distinct advantage, call Damelin today on 0860 326 354 or visit www.damelin.co.za. Become the person you always dreamed of becoming. With Damelin your big tomorrow, starts today.

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