Why destroy universities?
STOP protesting and become a game-changer.
This is (the definition of ) process for university admission or college admission.
Systems vary widely from country to country, and sometimes from institution to institution.
In many countries, prospective university students apply for admission during their last year of high school or community college. In some countries, there are independent organisations or government agencies to centralise the administration of standardised admission exams and the processing of applications.
The minimum requirement for admission to undergraduate diploma study is a National Senior Certificate (NSC) as certified by Umalusi with an achievement rating of three (moderate achievement, 40-49%) or better in four recognised NSC 20-credit subjects.
Who in their right minds would complete their school career, obtain a National Senior Certificate, apply for admission to a tertiary institute to study further – and then go on a rampage of setting classrooms alight, defacing government property and disrupt lessons and/or exams to prove a point?
If a mind-shift of that proportion is possible, the hope for the future of the youth of this country looks very bleak.
Why is it not possible to sit down and talk about what the issues are? Why does it have to come to a point where property is destroyed just to be rebuilt?
Fees for tertiary education are becoming more and more expensive. Imagine sacrificing your time and effort to get where you want to be academically, and then destroying the institute you applied to, to further your studies, and your potential to become what you’ve always dreamt of becoming? Does it make sense? You were put on this earth to achieve your goals because of your ambition to be great at what you do. It’s never too late to try again. Keep your feet on the ground and reach for the stars. Believe that you are great and that you are an achiever. Prove it to yourself.