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CIDA University 1 world number 1 as free university created by blecher celebrating mandela, branson school of entrepreneurship, google africa strategic labs, and why not you if you love future of African youth
First Chinese University Jack Ma open educates
Flows of MIT where open to worldwide youth to job co-create with
The segment of coursera partners that collaboratively actions the search moocwho
An association of student competition networks that develops best mentor/coach networks practice by practice - see the rehearsal of the nutrition and food security mentorgroup stimulated by first 5state-wide yunus jobs competitions in USA
Universities that empower youth to partner with the Entrepreneurial Revolution findings of the 4 billion dollar obama program on collaboration community broadband
Any university that empowers youth to generate at least 0.1% of the 30000 microfranchise hunt started by The Economist in 1984
economics24.tv The university that is most collaborative with the Norman Macrae 90th anniversary book- The Last Human Race: an open curriculum of economics for 11 years olds
Those universities first to free student curricula by designing a social new media lab out of which youth rehearse 10 minute khan academy curricula millions of youth need to interact most more central to the university's culture than examinations or other aspects of the 4 monopolies that 20th c universities value chained youth to
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Home > About Us > University > Not your average University An average wage in South Africa is around £4,475 per annum. The average cost of a full 3-year university degree can be up to £14,000. On average only 3% of black South Africans have tertiary level qualifications. So, CIDA is here to help, with a university that is far from average: we provide a four-year degree course at a fraction of the average cost. Plus over 70% of our students are sponsored by generous companies and individuals like you who cover their living costs. CIDA Foundation UK is a registered charity, and with help from visionary people like you we are paving the way to long-term social stability in South Africa.