Information Session for 2017 programs


Sep 29, 2016 - 11:53am

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This Coming Wednesday October 5, (Week 10 of Semester) we’ll be hosting an information session for the 2017 programs in Basement Theatre 1 in the School of Geography, 221 Bouverie Street.

This year has flown by and we are now approaching the end of Semester 2, enrolments open on the 17th of October and before deciding what subjects you’ll be taking next semester come by to find out why you should be a part of one of our upcoming field study programs in South Africa this summer.

Next year we'll be running four programs in South Africa, two during the summer break and two during the winter break.

RESEED programs give you an awesome reason to travel over the summer break while also giving you the chance to get 25 points closer to your degree. It can leave you freer for the rest of the semester to work and save or pursue internship opportunities alongside your regular semester 1 subjects.

By studying with RESEED you’re also making a conscious decision to take a program which is offered by a social enterprise. Our programs are of the highest academic standard and promote social and environmental entrepreneurship in the communities where we work.

By joining us this Wednesday you ill be able to find out everything you need to know about these new and exciting subjects, including enrolment procedures, costs and extra-curricular experiences to go along with our rigorous study program. We'll explain our social enterprise model and talk to you about how your research and engagement alongside our local partners will contribute to making positive change.

Please RSVP via our facebook event page.

  • 3-week summer field study program open to 3rd/4th year undergraduate students and postgrads

  • 20 places available on each trip

  • Program Costs cover all local transfers, entry fees, accommodation and meals during the trip

  • Optional Safari to Kruger National Park

  • OS HELP loans and Financial assistance available

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