I'm despondent

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Faerie (June 13, 2011, 13:47:59 PM):
University of Johannesburg

Bank name: ABSA

Account number: 28-40189-565

Branch code: 335105

Reference on the deposit slip: Your student number


if UJ is University of Johannesburg that is.. from their website :D


Nope, if you read a tad further (next line in fact):
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This account is not relevant for application fees. Please see the section on How to Apply, Fees for the correct bank account details when making an application deposit.)


I did come right though, I phoned the call centre and for a change had a well-spoken young lady that managed to assist me with the correct details.

for anybody interested:

Absa Bank Aucklandpark

324 014 1018

Br/cd: 632 005

ID number as reference.

GCG (June 13, 2011, 13:51:12 PM):
maybe the process of finding the banking details eliminates the dumb-asses and not-so-determined right out of the starting blocks
Faerie (June 13, 2011, 14:01:24 PM):
maybe the process of finding the banking details eliminates the dumb-asses and not-so-determined right out of the starting blocks

or alternatively to dissuade any right thinking individual of wanting to enroll their spawn in an institution that cannot get the basics right.

cyghost (June 13, 2011, 14:17:35 PM):
Nope, if you read a tad further (next line in fact):
Which I, of course, didn't do.
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This account is not relevant for application fees. Please see the section on How to Apply, Fees for the correct bank account details when making an application deposit.)
A hyperlink right about here would make sense...
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I did come right though,
Well done.
Faerie (October 28, 2011, 10:50:31 AM):
Thus the frustration continues...

UJ and WITS didnt accept him, and I've been floundering around looking for alternatives. UNISA will take him, but he cannot be registered until he has his Matric certificate in hand, which is due only mid January 2012. In the interim I am looking for institutions that offer diploma courses and the like, and have been hitting brick walls stacked like dominoes. Most of the "big name" colleges e.g. Boston and Damlin, are not registered, nor accredited with the Educational department (believe it or not), and the R30k odd payment you pay Boston for their IT qualification isnt worth the paper its printed on.

So yesterday I hit upon this place:

http://www.belgiumcampus.co.za/ViewPage.aspx?content=43&index=1

Sounds great, they're registered with the correct instances, they offer diploma and degree courses, they're internationally affiliated (Belgium) and they assist with internships (local and international) after course completion. So I'm keen, and they've got space for the lad for next year. Costs for 1st year is around R40k, lots of money, but one can make a plan (sell something iow). However, one thing that really annoyed me.... they're freaking affiliated with the RCC, the whole palava about xtian education continues. The kid's going to have to suck it up if we decide to go with this. *sigh*

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