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Cape Town based Tsiba Education college has made 30 additional scholarships available to help what it says is the “critical” national shortage for funded spaces at South African universities.
In a press release Tsiba Education said in the 14 years the college has offered its accredited BBA business degree, its graduate success rate has consistently remained double the national average with a 93% employment rate. The course is valued at R55 000 a year.
Tsiba will open its doors in Pinelands, Cape Town from 23 to 26 January to offer 30 additional scholarships to students for its BBA business degree
Tsiba Education said in the 14 years the college has offered its accredited BBA business degree, its graduate success rate has consistently remained double the national average with a 93% employment rate
Students who meet the entrance criteria — which is a Grade 12 with Bachelor’s Pass (with maths) — will be considered for immediate acceptance into a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree.
Despite the college aiming to get graduates to start their own business, very few do run their own business. A Financial Mail report last revealed that only about 10% of the 1000 young graduates since the programme began in 2005 were running businesses.
Featured image (from left to right): Pearl Pugin (Dean), Cindy van Wyk (2017 TSiBA BBA graduate and current Brand Manager at Lewis Group), Adri Marais (CEO) (Supplied)