As we face #januworryvibes many young adults head to big cities to look for abetter life. This is not necessarily a bad thing , however these young adults that have recently matriculated face a lot of challenges. We are tackling "scam colleges".Leaving high school is a challenge on its own,being an adult more over being desperate for a school and being independent.Moving out of home , being cool amongst your peers. All these are minor factors that lead to many parents and kinds being scammed and robbed of their hard earned money and years of study that can never be replaced. The mzansi411 family has gathered a few tips for all you young ones looking for a place to study and better yourselves. Thank us later :).
Tips when looking for a school...Remember the saying "if it sounds too good to be true , it probably is"
- If the college or institution doesn't require a lot of documentation , it's probably a scam
- If the college or institution requires tuition per degree or diploma and not per semester , it's probably a scam
- If the college or institution doesn't have a physical address or office number,it's probably a scam
- If the completion time of the qualification is shorter than the required time , it's probably a scam
- British or international names attract potential students and makes the institution look legit.
Remember also, you have the right to ask for registration documents and course accreditation certificate . Wishing you all the best .
-Siyamthanda Phillip @mtha103