South African students may now obtain scholarships and enroll at the Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA). If this is the first time students register, they are entitled to one-year scholarship, which covers tuition fees provided criteria are met.
Students applying for the school and scholarship may pursue various programmes, including CPBA, HCBA or BBA. Only students from South Africa will be considered.
In order to qualify, candidates must meet a number of criteria, such as having obtained a grade 11 pass. They must be 18 years of age or older and have Languages at NQF level 3. They must have a good command of English as well as show NQF math literacy of 3. A similar computer literacy note is expected from candidates.
Students may additionally apply for a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA). In order to apply, applicants must fill out an online scholarship form. Application closes on 29 September.
TSiBA offers great opportunities to academically apt students who want to excel at a university but lack sufficient funding to do so. With initiatives such as those of TSiBA, the world is slightly sitting up and listening to an undeniable fact – that there is a lot of untapped potential to go around, and something must be done so that it is put to good use.