Keeping TRAC of CANSA Old Joe with Unigrad College

Lowvelder readers stand a chance to win a Unigrad College voucher to the value of R500. All you have to do is look for your hidden Old Joe in today’s printed edition, and if yours has a Lowveld Media stamp on it, you could be a winner!

If you are one of the lucky readers to find a stamp, make your way down to our office before 16:00 to claim your prize. Don’t forget to bring along your Old Joe 90 map to prove that you are participating in the competition.

According to Unigrad College‘s principal, Riaan Loubser, there were several reasons as to why they selected the CANSA Old Joe.

Unigrad College has been both a supporter and sponsor for the CANSA Relay for Life for the past eleven years. It is the main charity that Unigrad College supports and one that they hold close to their hearts.

“Purple also represents a colour of wealth, creativity and wisdom and being an education institution, we are supplying our students with these tools to go out into the world, fully equipped,” says Loubser. He also adds that the colour represents the fun vibe that their full-time students create as they have a vast selection of creative courses for prospective students to choose from.

How do you spot a Unigrad College graduate?

They’re the career focused boffins with the latest hands-on knowledge and experience, clearly a cut above the rest.

They’re focused achievers who know where they’re going and how to get there.

The Unigrad College team’s combined experience in education amounts to more than 100 years, with many having worked together at the Nelspruit campus for over 12 years. Unigrad College has developed a reputation for uncompromising standards in education and for aligning itself only with institutes of good repute.

Courses are delivered by lecturers who are appointed for their qualifications, experience and commitment to excellence, thereby ensuring students the best level of training available.

Unigrad College offers a great campus experience. The Lowveld Campus is situated in the business district of Nelspruit and are within walking distance of various restaurants, banks, medical facilities, shops and residential areas.

The campus facilities comprise comfortable air conditioned lecture rooms and computer studios, free internet access for students to complete projects, a dedicated workshop for technical courses, a fully equipped art and drawing room for the media courses and a fully equipped sound recording studio.

At Unigrad College personal attention equips the student with the best possible means for success and, one way of ensuring this, is to limit our class size.

A wide variety of courses are presented on both a full-time and part-time basis. Full-time studies are ideal for school leavers with lectures presented during the week. Part-time studies cater to working individual who attend lectures in the evening or on Saturdays.

Corporate training is also available with more than 40 one to three day workshops to choose from.

For more information visit their website or email info@unigradcollege.co.za. A career advisor may be contacted on T: 013 755 3503.

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