Fees have fallen at TSiBA

It's not all bad news for South African education. TSiBA is an NPO, an accredited business school and one of SA's hidden gems & pockets of excellence. We've witnessed the university crisis and want to show there are incredible options for youth aside from protesting and we can offer a proven solution. 
 
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Fees Must Fall has always been TSiBA’s ethos and a reality for our students who only pay what they can afford with the rest being funded by scholarships.

Being mindful of the predicted scramble for free university education in the coming weeks, TSiBA Education has made additional scholarships available to help the critical national shortage for funded spaces at our universities.

In the 14 years TSiBA has offered their accredited BBA business degree, TSiBA’s graduate success rate consistently remains double the national average with a 93% employment rate. Statistically, TSiBA students have a greater chance at success than anywhere in the country.

TSiBA will open its doors in Pinelands from 23 - 26 January 2018 for this exclusive intake of students. Students who meet our entrance criteria* will be considered for immediate acceptance into a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree.

*Grade 12 with Bachelor’s Pass (subjects to include maths).

For more about TSiBA, refer to www.tsiba.ac.za

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Date published: 
Wednesday, 17 January, 2018
Organisation: 
TSiBA

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