Bachelor of Arts Bursary Opportunity
Red and Yellow - Bachelor of Arts (Visual Communications) x1
Have you ever wanted to be able to convey ideas and information through the means of visual elements?
- BA Visual Communication
- 1 year (3 year Programme)
- Cape Town
- Value: R100,000
- Start date: 1 March 2022
Red & Yellow is the business school where talented people go to develop the career skills they need to thrive in this digital world.
We believe creative thinking is the most important skill of the future and it must be supported by uniquely human abilities such as leadership, adaptability and social intelligence.
We are a Creative School of Business that provides our students with commercial logic and more importantly the creative magic to set them apart.
We are driven to teach the great creators, inventors, leaders and entrepreneurs for the 21st Century.
Our social promise is that at least 10% of our full-time students don’t have to pay for their fees, with their education funded entirely through bursaries and we can proudly say that the bursary programme continues to grow from strength to strength each year.
Because of this commitment , we’ve greatly impacted the lives of numerous talented individuals and we would love to do the same for you!
How to ApplyField of Study: School of Arts
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