How much will it cost you to attend university overseas for a degree?

Barry O'Mahony, certified financial planner, says you are looking at paying between R100,000 and R120,000 per year for higher education in South Africa.

O'Mahony made the comparison between South African and international higher education costs.

He says it will cost you R48,000 per month to put one child through university overseas.

O'Mahony added that it will also cost you R2,3 million per year for one child to do one undergraduate degree.

Those amounts do not include flying them there [overseas], you flying there to visit there, it does not include meals.

Barry O'Mahony, certified financial planner.
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