Setting standards, ensuring quality

No ‘Day Zero’ in Cape Town for 2019

Dams supplying water to Cape Town have risen significantly and consistently, putting the region in a stronger position compared with winter last year. Provided that adequate water restrictions are maintained, the City of Cape Town is confident that there will be no prospect of reaching ‘Day Zero’ in 2019. Read more

About EduSA

Education South Africa (EduSA) is the national association of quality English language centres in South Africa. It is committed to developing and guiding the growth of the English language travel industry in South Africa.

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EduSA Quality Standards

All EduSA centres agree to undergo the EduSA On-Site Language Centre Inspection and maintain the standards stipulated therein. Language Centres must pass the inspection in order to qualify for membership.

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Become an EduSA member

EduSA has Full, Associate and Incubator membership tiers that depend on the centre’s facilities, staff, courses, services, management, administration, accommodation, student welfare, legal requirements, as well as classroom observations.

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EduSA belongs to the South African Youth Travel Confederation – a non-profit organization whose objectives are to market South Africa globally as a preferred youth tourism destination and to establish a professional youth tourism.

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