Business school at your door step
As a distance learning institute, the school is well aware of the size of the country and also that its population does not only reside in Windhoek hence the need for a road show to reach students who can not register in the capital.
“To ensure that more people reap the benefits of further education and self-improvement, a road show is being organised for students who can not register in Windhoek. This road show has been organised before and has proven to be very popular and successful,” Jacobs said.
“Students that register at Keetmanshoop, Walvis Bay or Ongwediva will also be able to immediately collect their study material. The SBS Namibia road show provides the perfect solution for these students to register with us,” he said. The school provides opportunities for people to study at their own pace, in their own time, ensuring it fits in with their lifestyle. Southern Business School provides affordable access to recognised qualifications for students and people who want to improve themselves and their educational standard. The school realises it is not easy for the students to register in person, especially if registration only takes place in Windhoek. On 24 July registration of current and new students will take place in Keetmanshoop at the Canyon Hotel, from early morning until the evening. On Monday, 28 July Walvis Bay will follow at the Protea Hotel in the City Centre, where registration will take place, again from morning until 19h00. On Wednesday, 30 July, registration of current and new students will take place in Ongwediva at Hotel Destiny, also spanning the whole day.