Pay R150 for R300 worth of products and software from Learning Curve’s online store (save 50%)
- Save 50% on educational aids and tools from Learning Curve’s online shop
- Get up to date educational software
- Everything you need to know to succeed
- Up to 80% off Adobe Software for students
- Education Discounts on Apple, Wacom Tablets, Corel, Microsoft, Total Training
- Groupon redeemable for 6 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
- Buyers must be a qualifying student or educator
- Please contact Learning Curve if you have any queries: 021 790 4170
- Minimum qualifying purchase of R1000.00
Remember those stories your grandmother told about how they had to trudge barefoot through six feet of snow to get to school? Education has changed a lot since then. Keep up to date with these changes and ensure you have the best tools at your disposal to learn anything and everything with Learning Curve. Pay R150 for R300 worth of products and software from Learning Curve’s online shop.
Learning Curve is the official Adobe Licensing Centre for education in Sub Saharan Africa and is committed to providing simplified technology, empowering educators and inspiring students. Through this they make education simpler for all. While you still have to do the dirty work, Learning Curve will provide materials to help you along the way - they provide the shoes if you will.
Learning Curve services 170 tertiary institutions and over 70 schools throughout the region. This includes all South African universities and an ever growing number of South African schools. Learning Curve is also the number one choice of the Department of Education as it’s one of the most up to date providers of twenty first century based knowledge that so many professions require today.
Reinvent education as you know it and prepare for a complete education overhaul with the aid of partners such as Adobe, Total Training, Microsoft, HP, Certiport, Pearson Education, Wacom and Apple. If you have to walk to school, then best you do it prepared with snow shoes, a balaclava and GPS.
Software fact: A famous Hollywood director once collected pen nibs. He then got a software company to create a program that would help him count all the pen nibs in his film studio. The software, named “pen-nibular”, was useless to anyone else and didn’t do well on the market.