This week eNCALive asks: Is studying abroad worth the trouble? Do students bring back useful insights or are they educated for circumstances that do not prevail in their country?
Editors Note: This live studio discussion will commence at 13:30pm
JOHANNESBURG – Earlier this month, Lindiwe Mazibuko graduated from Harvard University in the US. She joins a long list of distinguished South Africans who have studied abroad, including Khanyi Dhlomo, Justice Edwin Cameron, Kgomotso Matsunyane…there are also many South Africans toiling in corporates and governments who have benefited from an education outside our borders.
In this week&39;s eNCAlive we have a conversation about the pros and cons of studying abroad. And also how to go about it. This might seem like a daunting enterprise but our panel will tell us more about their experiences and lessons learned. We ask if studying abroad is worth the trouble? Do students bring back useful insights or are they educated for circumstances that do not prevail in their country?
Itumeleng Malebye is an executive at Alexander Forbes. Itu was awarded a fellowship by the British Council in 1988 to first study A levels in Edinburgh for two years and then proceeded to the University of Manchester where he read for a Bachelors Degree Social Sciences Honours with courses in Government and Politics, Sociology and Economics
Nhlanhla Dlamini is an entrepreneur who studied at Oxford University in the UK as a Rhodes scholar.