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Shahan Ramkissoon Launches Study Start

Shahan Ramkissoon Launches Study Start. Renowned South African journalist and entrepreneur Shahan Ramkissoon has ventured into education with the launch of Study Start, an education technology start-up based in Cape Town, South Africa. Its mission is to help prospective students navigate their education journey.

The company’s mission & vision is to provide access to information about qualifications, careers and funding options. It seeks to assist students in making informed decisions about their education. It also aims to showcase funding options including student loans, education savings products, financial aid programs, and bursaries.

The company was co-founded by Shahan Ramkissoon, he is a respected and trusted news anchor. He has nearly two decades of experience as a print and broadcast journalist. He’s currently Executive Producer and host of the popular TV show The Last Word with Shahan Ramkissoon, which airs on eNCA and eTV.

The company was also co-founded by Jason Adriaan, he has over a decade of experience in the media industry. He headed up the digital business at eMedia, which served an audience of more than 4 million users per month. These platforms included e.tv, eNCA, eVOD, and OpenView.

The company aims to help learners be prepared for their final exams with past grade 12 exam papers and expert resources designed to boost their performance. Study Start seeks to uncover career options that align with the students’ interests and strengths through its comprehensive career quiz and detailed occupation guides. The company helps students make informed decisions about their future by exploring universities, colleges, and alternative education paths with its extensive resources and application guidance. Students can start to plan financially for their education with the company’s financial estimators.

By Thomas Chiothamisi
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