Tertiary Study Admission

Entrance into South African universities:


South African universities typically require a matric exemption certificate before they will accept students into undergraduate degree programs. A matric exemption certificate is issued by the Matriculation Board in Pretoria.

The condition is that the student needs to pass his/her first year at university.

You are advised to verify the admission requirements with the tertiary institution of your choice.

Cyber School has sought clarity in writing on this matter
from the Matriculation Board and you can view their reply:

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1) If a student does NOT wish to proceed onto Tertiary studies, he will need to take the GED® exam/test as a minimum requirement.


2) If a student DOES wish to proceed onto Tertiary studies, the GED® and SAT exams/tests are a minimum requirement.

We offer a SAT preparation course. To read up more about the
SAT preparation courses you can visit the relevant webpage,

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