The office of Southern Business School Namibia, will provide an opportunity for students to register through a road show that will commence on 27 July in Keetmanshoop and will cover the Coast, moving to Walvis Bay on 29 and finally ending in Ongwediva in the North on 31.
Namibia is a large country and its population is spread across the country. As a Higher Education Institution, Southern Business School of Namibia is well aware of this fact. To ensure that more people reap the benefits of Higher Education and self-improvement, this Roadshow is being organised for those students who cannot register in Windhoek. The Roadshow has become an annual event and has proven to be very popular and successful, in enabling students all over Namibia to register and receive their study material.
Come 27 July registration of current and prospective students will take place in Keetmanshoop from 09h00 until 19h00, at the Canyon Hotel. On Wednesday, 29 July in Walvis Bay at the Protea Hotel in the Town Centre, where registration will take place from 09h00 until 19h00. On Friday 31, registration of current and prospective students will take place in Ongwediva at Hotel Destiny in Ongwediva, also from 09h00 until 19h00.
Registering for a higher education qualification for example a Higher Certificate in Management, Diploma in Management, A BBA or BBP degree or even a Master Degree takes no more than 30 minutes and the courses are all accredited, recognised and offered via the distance mode of delivery.
Southern Business School also realises that many prospective students cannot afford to take the time off from work and family commitments during the week to register. That is why, as an added service, Southern Business School Namibia will open its doors on 25 July and 1 August in Windhoek for prospective students to register at a more convenient time.
“Southern Business School Namibia provides opportunities for people to study at their own pace, at their own convenience, ensuring it fits in with their lifestyle. Providing affordable access to recognised qualifications for students and people who want to improve themselves and their level of education. The Institution realises there may be logistical constraints to students registering in person, especially if registration only takes place in Windhoek. This Roadshow has been set up to remedy this logistical issue. Students that register during the Roadshow will also be able to collect their study materials,” said Albin Jacobs, Director of Southern Business School Namibia.
“The Southern Business School Namibia Roadshow provides the perfect solution for these students to register with us,” he added.