A good education for your children

The best gift you can give your children is the ability to make their dreams a reality. Metropolitan offers savings plans that help make the gift of a good education for your children possible. As your savings grow to cover the rising cost of education, you place your children closer to their dreams. The trick is to start saving early, why not start today?

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We offer two cash plans that allow you to make your children’s dreams a reality.

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A FutureBuilder MultiCash Plan for individuals.

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A DreamBuilder Cash Plan for employees that are members of group schemes or unions.

How does it work?

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Depending on your budget, you save what you can afford every month.

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You can choose to increase your monthly payments every year to protect your pay-out amount against the rising cost of living.

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After five years, you reap the rewards. You will be able to make yearly withdrawals that can either cover the cost of tuition fees, extramural activities or special tutoring.

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Long-term needs

You have big dreams for your children’s future. Whether it is a private school, college or university, you’ll need a solid plan to make these dreams come true.

Primary and High schools cost from R5000 to R120 000 per year.
Tertiary institutions costs R5000 to R100 000 per year.

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Frequent needs

From school outings and camps to after school activities and new school uniforms, planning ahead makes it possible to pay for all your children’s education costs.

From R2000 to R10 000 per year.

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Unforseen needs

Your children may need support with certain subjects or show talent in something that needs to be nurtured to grow and develop, but these often come with extra costs.

From R4000 to R50 000 per year.

Unclaimed benefits

Are you one of the millions of South Africans who have not received payouts from savings or insurance policies because they haven’t claimed their benefits?

Who can lay a complaint?

If you are dissatisfied with the service you receive from us, you can complain.

Unclaimed benefits

Are you one of the millions of South Africans who have not received payouts from savings or insurance policies because they haven’t claimed their benefits?

How often should I update my policy?

Update policy details (Update beneficiaries, confirm
or change mode of payment, update cover details.

How often should I update my policy?

Update policy details (Update beneficiaries, confirm
or change mode of payment, update cover details.

Found out more in our FAQ section.