As we know, higher education is a primary contributor to success. Without a skilled and competent workforce; a country cannot thrive. In South Africa, and emerging countries, political agendas often contribute to the failure of education, lowering educational standards. The result is an academic brain-drain, as universities have to deal with retiring, emigrating and head-hunted staff. Lectures and courses are often cancelled and standards are lowered.*
While governments need to work hard to fix higher education challenges, families need to make alternative arrangements for children who need to complete their higher education now. For that reason, the best chance for a successful future for your children may lie in the hands of an international education in an EU country.
*Key Challenges raised by University of Johannesburg (Kem Ramdass & David Kruger)