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Southern Business School roadshow starts

Southern Business School roadshow starts

Albin Jacobs, the Director of Southern Business School Namibia said his institution is making registration for tertiary education both accessible and affordable. The School realises there may be logistical constraints to students registering in person, especially if registration only takes place in Windhoek. Prospective students around Namibia, not just in the capital Windhoek will be able to register for their tertiary education course of their choice in three locations.
Jacobs said there will also be two Open Days at the Windhoek Branch of SBS Namibia. The road show commences in Keetmanshoop on 22 February, at the Canyon Hotel from 09h00 till 19h00 in the evening. It continues in Walvis Bay on 24 February, at the Protea Hotel (Town Centre) from 09h00 till 19h00 in the evening. . Its final stop is in Ongwediva in the North on 26 February at the Destiny Hotel from 09h00 till 19h00 in the evening.
To cater for the students in or near Windhoek, there will be two open days at the SBS Offices in Windhoek West on 20 and 27 February. “These are Saturdays, as many of the potential students are professionals with full-time jobs and getting away to register during the week is not always easy due to other commitments” he said. “Make your registration effortless and like the rest of the SBS education experience, do it on your own terms. Our trained staff will be there to help you in person. The staff can assist in helping you find out more about SBS courses and qualifications” he advised.
Jacobs pointed out that 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. “This Roadshow and Open Days has been set up to remedy logistical issues. Students that register during the Roadshow will also be able to collect their study material.”

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