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Business School roadshows to ease registration for students

Business School roadshows to ease registration for students

To make make registration for tertiary education in the country more accessible and affordable, the Southern Business School Namibia will conduct roadshows at five locations around the country.

The road shows will commence in Mariental on the 2 March, at the Mariental Hotel from 09h00 till 14h00 in the evening and will continue to Keetmanshoop’s Canyon Hotel on 3 March, where registration will take place from 09h00 till 19h00.

The roadshows will continues in Walvis Bay on the 5 March, at the Protea Hotel (Town Centre) from 09h00 till 19h00 in the evening. The roadshow will then head North to Ongwediva on the 7 March at the Destiny Hotel from 09h00 till 19h00 in the evening.

The final stop for registration opportunity will be held at Rundu on 9 March, at the Omashare River Lodge, also from 09h00 till 19h00 in the evening.

Additionally, two open days for registration in the Windhoek will take place on Saturday, 3 March and Saturday 10 March from 09:00 to 13:00.

“As a distance education institution SBS realises that a lot 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,” Albin Jacobs, Director of SBS Namibia said.

The tertiary institution also aims to provide affordable access to recognised qualifications for students and people who want to improve themselves and qualify for that sought after promotion or pay grade increase. Students that register during the Roadshow will also be able to collect their study materials.

“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,” Jacobs concluded.



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