Study Abroad

Africademics seeks to become a central information hub for funding opportunities, networking and support, and scholarship application assistance for African students. Through providing career advice, resources, and funding information, the organisation is able to support and empower the future leaders of Africa, both within and outside academia.

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Learn about what it takes to study abroad in Week 41: 16-22 November

In Week 41 of our Voices Unite initiative, we are introducing a new competition in collaboration with our partner, Africademics. We are giving away study abroad consultations to three lucky Voices Unite participants. If you are a student in your second-year or higher, and, would like to win a consultation with Africademics on studying abroad, make sure to complete the necessary surveys.

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Connecting Africa’s potential

IOA prides itself on its reporting, always prioritising clear, insight-driven and reader-friendly deliverables for our clients. With more than 13 years of experience in report development and design, IOA has built up its own in-house report and publication design capacity. Reporting for clients is an ongoing process, with weekly, monthly and/or quarterly deliverables, as may be required.

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8 simple ways to relieve stress

It’s been a stressful year with the COVID-19 pandemic, adjustments to the new normal and social distancing. Not to mention, productivity looks a lot different this year and for many, stress levels are through the roof. In addition, December 2020 is going to cause a lot more stress in many individuals as the country prepares for the festive season. We want you to relax! You deserve it, it’s good for you, and it takes less time than you think.

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Hygiene issues!

Cleanliness they say, is next to godliness; but this is hardly true today with the youth of my generation as many are more concerned with or about making money that they care less about washing their hands regularly. Especially before preparing meals, before and after eating, after visiting the toilet, taking their bath (at least twice a day), brushing their teeth, using a roll-on, deodorant, perfume or body spray…

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Shopping vouchers still up for grabs in Week 40: 09-15 November

We are in the fortieth week of our Voices Unite initiative and are continuing to celebrate all things, Summer! If you haven’t completed our surveys and would like to stand a chance of winning one of the vouchers, worry not. There is still time. We are still giving away shopping vouchers from Superbalist and Takealot for the next three weeks. All you have to do is to complete the necessary surveys.

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Is mental health considered a taboo?

On the 27th of October, CEO of In On Africa (IOA) and Founder of Voices Unite, Jonathan Mundell joined the initiative’s LIVE session with The South African College of Applied Psychology (SACAP), to discuss the topic about mental health awareness. The session unpacked the underlying causes for the prevalence of mental health issues in South Africa, what resources youth can get to deal with these issues and how we can raise awareness.

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7 ways to have a better conversation

Have you ever stepped onto an elevator and you make eye contact with the people in it, and you do the awkward head nod? Or have you ever carpooled with a few acquaintances? Or, have you ever been introduced to a group of people by a close friend of yours and you’re just standing there… stuck? Not knowing what to say or talk about can also affect you in social situations, which can make you seem tense and awkward.

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