Over the past five years more and more ex-students decided that they could benefit from gaining more experience in a foreign English speaking country like South Africa.

For such a person even the positive discrimination in South Africa is no barrier. With your tertiary education you will have a very good chance to compete with the local people who previously have been set back and who did not get a chance in industry and who can now build on the BEE (Black Economic Empowerment) development.

Even though the recession is taking its toll your chances are good.

If you want us to help you in your search you have to enroll, which means that you have to send us all the required paperwork and pay a once off fee of 400 for our support. The support does not stop the moment we have the feeling that a placement is according to us acceptable but caries on until you have found what you have been looking for. The reason is quite obvious, as we hope that you in your new job will one day also want to have students coming to you. That way we can help each other.

The moment we receive your paperwork and enrolment fee we will approach a number of companies or institutions where we expect you to fit. If that is not working out to well and it does take more time we will look for a position where you could be happy for the time being and receive an acceptable salary This with the idea that you can now at least survive and use the time you have got to look for the job you are really after.

The moment you work in South Africa you can start looking around and introduce yourself to a number of firms. That way your chances are getting better and the moment you feel that you have the right position you could move to the other company keeping in mind that the previous firm has helped you.

Note: As this is a very special possibility we advise you to get in touch with our specialist the Director of the UNSA foundation mr Albert van Oudheusden . He will have the latest details on the most recent developments.