Business School takes registration on the road
Southern Business School Namibia is making registration for tertiary education in Namibia accessible and affordable. The Institution realised the logistical constraints to students registering in person, especially if registration only takes place in Windhoek.
Prospective students around Namibia, not just in Windhoek can register for their tertiary education course of choice in four locations in Namibia. It will also be the first opportunity for students to register for the Higher Certificate in Management Majoring in Sports Management.
The road show commences in Keetmanshoop on 29 July at the Canyon Hotel from09h00 till 19h00. It continues in Walvis Bay on 31July, at the Protea Hotel (Town Centre) from 09h00 till 19h00 in the evening.
Then follows on to Ongwediva in the North on 2 August, at the Hotel Destiny from 09h00 till 19h00.
For the first time to truly be able to service all regions of Namibia, SBS Namibia will also be going to Rundu at the Omashare River Lodge. Of course there will also be four Open Days at the Windhoek Branch of SBS Namibia, at 24 Wagner Street, Windhoek-West on 15, 22, and 29 July and the last one on 5 August.
According to a staement it will be possible to register for all of the courses that SBS Namibia has on offer as well as the Higher Certificate in Management with the new specialisation in Sports Management for those who are passionate about sports and would like to pursue a career in this field.
“This qualification provides candidates with essential managerial skills within the context of the sport management environment. Successful completion of the Higher Certificate in Management positions students to further their studies towards the Diploma in Management or the Bachelor of Business Administration degree,” it stated.
“The Southern Business School Namibia Roadshow provides the perfect solution for students to register with us. Registration could not be easier and with it the students have access to high-calibre academic professionals and education,” said Albin Jacobs, Director of SBS Namibia.
Meanwhile, Students that register during the Roadshow will also be able to collect their study materials right away.