New Era College

Number of students
305€ - 305€
Semester Tuition Fees
Ø monthly cost of living
Scholarships available
, July 31
Application Deadline
20 / 1
Student - staff ratio
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Offered Programs

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    Cost of living at New Era College

    240-300 Euro / month
    575-600 Euro / month
    Cost of living
    235 Euro / month
    35 Euro / month

    About New Era College

    New Era College was founded on a profound conviction to create an environment for excellence, bringing together a high standard of education and technical skill. At New Era College, the main focus is to prepare every student with the necessary tools needed to cope with the demands of an ever changing world.As a rapidly developing institution, efforts are based on promoting an atmosphere of cooperation and mutual understanding among both students and staff. This is one of the many core principals New Era College strives on, bringing together people from various ethnical and cultural backgrounds.New Era College prides itself on upholding a high standard of academic, physical, cultural and social way of life, taking pride in being part of a growing and integrated society that is both exciting and challenging. 

    About Gaborone

    Gaborone is a buzzing and tempting city that is bursting out of a nutshell. The inhabitants themselves feed the inexhaustible source of creative energy, a source that is far from saturated. The capital city was named after Kgosi Gaborone, leader of the Batlokwa people, who migrated from their ancestral homelands in the Magaliesberg Mountains and in 1881 settled in the Tlokweng area. Gaborone literally means ‘it does not fit badly’ or ‘it is not unbecoming.”

    The tolerant mind-set of Gaborone derives from the gathering of the many different cultures and the thousands strong individual minds. The beautification of the edginess inspires, provokes opportunities and creates an intersection where two extremes meet each other and therefore become indefinable.

    While the city boarders mark a town of a friendly and agreeable size, the many districts offer an immense variety of different atmospheres and make you often wonder yourself if you’re still wandering through the same metropolis. All neighbourhoods have two things in common: a warm friendly people and a rich experimental food culture. Gaborone boasts a range of hotels, and a choice of cinemas and casinos. Restaurants are numerous and varied, nightclubs often host live music by local artists. The National Museum is situated near the centre of town and houses important collections of traditional crafts and southern African fine art.

    Gaborone is not different from any other city. It’s soiled with Western needs, such as pubs and luxury hotels. But as soon as you leave the city and its main roads, it is as if you walk straight into another world. Offering the best of both possible worlds, the silence takes your breath away for a fraction of time while you enter into rural Africa or wildlife areas within minutes.

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