By Tamlyn Canham
Former Miss South Africa Sasha-Lee Laurel has teamued up with the Regenesys Foundation to help students from disadvantaged areas.
The Play Your Part ambassador made the announcement on June 16, Youth Day.
“I can’t help but feel emotional because it took me back to 2015- when I was marching alongside students in the #feesmustfall protest. It’s 6 years later, and I’m now a part of a team who has created ease of access to Tertiary Education. What a full circle moment it is!” tshe wrote on Instagram.
The Education for All Programme (ED4ALL) will see 500 people gain access to an internationally recognised qualification.
They will be able to register for the following courses at Regenesys Business School:
- Master of Business Administration
- Master of Public Management
- Postgraduate qualifications
- Bachelor of Business Administration
- Bachelor of Public Management
- Higher certificate qualifications
South Africans from disadvantaged communities can apply as long as they have a matric certificate/ NQF level 4 certificate.
They will be required to pay R500 per month, which is capped until graduation.
The closing date for applications is July 31.
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