Business school takes registration to the people
The Southern Business School (SBS) Namibia will bring registration and access to tertiary education to prospective students through a roadshow that will start on 02 February. The roadshow will start in the south, in Keetmanshoop and will progress and cover the coastal region and then move to the North.Said Albin Jacobs, Director of SBS Namibia, “Namibia is a large country and its population does not only reside in Windhoek.
As a Higher Education Distance Learning Institution, Southern Business School Namibia is well aware of this fact.” “To ensure that more people reap the benefits of higher education and self-improvement, a roadshow is organised for students who can not register in Windhoek. A similar roadshow has been conducted in previous years and has proven to be very poapular and successful in enabling students across the country to register” he added. The higher educational institution realised that there may be logistical constraints for many students preventing them from registering in person, especially if registration only takes place in Windhoek. This roadshow has been set up to remedy the logistical issue. Students that register during the roadshow will also be able to collect their study material. “The Southern Business School Namibia roadshow provides the perfect solution for these students to register with us,”said Jacobs, adding“We are looking forward to meeting prospective students and answering any questions they may have.” Registration of current and new students will take place in Keetmanshoop on 02 February from 09h00 until 19h00, at the Canyon Hotel. On Wednesday, 04 February in Walvis Bay at the Protea Hotel in the Town Centre, from 09h00 until 19h00. On Friday, 06 February, registration of current and new students will take place in Ongwediva at Hotel Destiny, also from 09h00 until 19h00.