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The Management College of Southern Africa (MANCOSA) sets a high standard for its programmes and high expectations for its participants. In the next few years you will be rewarded with an experience unparalleled in supported distance-learning education.

Students will be immersed in an active education that will challenge their assumptions, interrogate their ways of conducting business and introduce them to innovative and unexpected ways of thinking. You will be prepared for the next step in your career and life, demonstrating leadership skills among your peers. Most importantly, you will return to your organisation with fresh ideas, new business skills and a greater capacity for addressing the challenges within your organisation.

MANCOSA programmes promote high levels of independence through innovative learning and assessment interventions. You can expect a carefully integrated mix of lectures; access to well-designed self-study materials and online learning resources. One of the most distinctive features of MANCOSA is its use of case studies. This active learning model teaches students how to assess, analyse and deal with complex business situations. Rooted in real life experiences, the business case method develops analytical skills, sound judgement and the leadership potential within each student. This will equip you with cutting-edge skills that will position you to be a leader in your organisation and community.

Our dynamic economies require business leadership skills across national boundaries that reflect many cultures and interests. We deliberately structure our programmes to assure a vibrant mix of students representing diverse cultures, industries and geographic regions. This stimulating melting pot of backgrounds, cultures, career interests and business responsibilities will allow for unique learning and networking opportunities.

Contact info

info@mancosa.co.za
26 Samora Machel Street , Durban , 4001, South Africa Durban
Tel: +27313007200
Fax: 27 31 300 7298

University’s history

Walter Sisulu University (WSU) was established on 1 July, 2005 in terms of the Higher Education Act No. 101 of 1997, as amended.

The new university was named in honour of an icon of the South African liberation struggle, the late Walter Max Ulyate Sisulu who was a close comrade of Nelson Mandela.

WSU’s turnaround

In October 2011, WSU was placed under administration at the request of the Council, Management and WSU stakeholders.

This period of Administration ended on 30 April 2014. During the past two and a half years, many new systems and processes have been implemented to stabilise the university and re-position the institution on a new trajectory.

WSU is undergoing a significant turnaround strategy to improve infrastructure, to review the academic enterprise, ICT infrastructure, financial sustainability and human resources.

A new institutional statute was gazetted on 17 January 2014 and in May 2014, a new council took over from the former administrator Professor Lourens van Staden.

WSU’s vision

Walter Sisulu University (WSU) will be a leading African comprehensive university focusing on innovative educational, research and community partnership programmes that are responsive to local, regional, national development priorities, and cognisant of continental and international imperatives.

WSU’s mission

In pursuit of its vision as a developmental university, WSU will:
Provide an educationally vibrant and enabling environment that is conducive to the advancement of quality academic, moral, cultural and technological learner-centred education for holistic intellectual empowerment, growth and effective use of information;
Provide and maintain the highest possible standards in innovative learning and teaching, applied, basic and community-based research and community partnerships in cooperation with development agencies, the public and private sectors;
Provide affordable, appropriate, career-focused and professional programmes that address rural development and urban renewal with primary emphasis on science, technology and development studies;
Create a new generation of highly-skilled graduates capable of understanding and addressing complex societal challenges, with critical scholarly and entrepreneurial attributes grounded on morally sound work ethics and responsible leadership

Contact info

vc@wsu.ac.za
Walter Sisulu University , PO Box 1421 , EAST LONDON , 5200 East London
Tel: +27437085200
Fax: 27 43 708 5331

University’s history

Walter Sisulu University (WSU) was established on 1 July, 2005 in terms of the Higher Education Act No. 101 of 1997, as amended.

The new university was named in honour of an icon of the South African liberation struggle, the late Walter Max Ulyate Sisulu who was a close comrade of Nelson Mandela.

WSU’s turnaround

In October 2011, WSU was placed under administration at the request of the Council, Management and WSU stakeholders.

This period of Administration ended on 30 April 2014. During the past two and a half years, many new systems and processes have been implemented to stabilise the university and re-position the institution on a new trajectory.

WSU is undergoing a significant turnaround strategy to improve infrastructure, to review the academic enterprise, ICT infrastructure, financial sustainability and human resources.

A new institutional statute was gazetted on 17 January 2014 and in May 2014, a new council took over from the former administrator Professor Lourens van Staden.

WSU’s vision

Walter Sisulu University (WSU) will be a leading African comprehensive university focusing on innovative educational, research and community partnership programmes that are responsive to local, regional, national development priorities, and cognisant of continental and international imperatives.

WSU’s mission

In pursuit of its vision as a developmental university, WSU will:
Provide an educationally vibrant and enabling environment that is conducive to the advancement of quality academic, moral, cultural and technological learner-centred education for holistic intellectual empowerment, growth and effective use of information;
Provide and maintain the highest possible standards in innovative learning and teaching, applied, basic and community-based research and community partnerships in cooperation with development agencies, the public and private sectors;
Provide affordable, appropriate, career-focused and professional programmes that address rural development and urban renewal with primary emphasis on science, technology and development studies;
Create a new generation of highly-skilled graduates capable of understanding and addressing complex societal challenges, with critical scholarly and entrepreneurial attributes grounded on morally sound work ethics and responsible leadership

Contact info

vc@wsu.ac.za
Walter Sisulu University , Private Bag X1 , UNITRA , 5117 Mthatha
Tel: +27475022844
Fax: 27 47 502 2211

The Athlone Campus is home to the Western Cape College of Nursing. This well-resourced facility is the hub of CPUT’s Nursing Programme.

Contact info

info@cput.ac.za
Klipfontein Road , Heideveld Cape Town
Tel: +27216841200

Bay Language Institute focuses primarily on English tuition. We offer general English courses, business English and courses aimed at equipping students to deal with the demands of academic English. 

The school prepares students for a variety of English exams such as IELTS, TOEFL and the Cambridge FCE, and offers English for Aviation to prospective pilots. It has recently developed an English exam preparation course specifically for private pilots about to write their commercial pilots exams. 

BLI also offers an excellent four week, 120 hour TEFL course, which focuses on the skills needed to teach English in a multicultural and multilingual world. It is a practical, hands-on and interactive course which brings out the best in future English teachers. 

With small classes (maximum eight students), enthusiastic, qualified & experienced teachers, Bay Language offers a superior learning experience in the heart of some of the best (and malaria-free) wildlife-viewing areas in South Africa. 

Contact info

info@baylanguage.com
8 Scarborough Street, Summerstrand Port Elizabeth 6001
Tel: +27415836113

Lovedale Public TVET College is one the oldest colleges in the country, featuring strongly in the history of South African education. The college is well known for its historic excellence in education.

The college is strategically placed in the Eastern Cape, with three campuses situated in King William’s Town (60 kms from East London), Alice (120 kms from East London) and Zwelitsha (5 kms from King William’s Town).

The college’s primary focus is to provide educational programmes combining both theory and practical skills to its surrounding areas.

KWT Campus Computer Lab
Each campus offers programmes aimed at addressing the needs of its particular region. Alice Campus, for instance, offers agricultural programmes, King Campus offers business courses, and Zwelitsha Campus offers engineering courses.

The college aims at alleviating poverty by offering education and training in skills direly needed in the Eastern Cape, thus also contributing to the enhancement of skills training in South Africa.

Contact info

marketing@lovedale.org.za
1 Amatola Row, King William’s Town King William's Town
Tel: +27436040700
Fax: 27 (0) 43 642 1388

Welcome to the The South African Theological Seminary (SATS) which is a fully accredited and registered, distance education institution, focusing on equipping you for service, right where you are in your local church.
•Bible-based, Christ-centred, Spirit-led
•Credits for prior learning and experience
•Enrol at any time of the year
•Pay as you go

Contact info

info@sats.edu.za
37 Grosvenor Road , Bryanston, 2191 , South Africa Johannesburg
Tel: +27112344440
Fax: 27 11 234-4445

The University has seven campuses as well as a number of other sites of operation, such as the Pretoria Academic Hospital. Central administration is located at the Hatfield Campus.

The University of Pretoria offers more than 1 800 academic programmes in two of the official languages, namely Afrikaans and English. (Some programmes and modules are offered only in English.)

In 1996, the University of Pretoria became the university with the highest research output in South Africa and we have maintained this status.

The University of Pretoria celebrated its Centenary in 2008.

The academic programmes of the University are offered in nine faculties, as well as a business school. The faculties comprise a total of 140 departments and 85 centres, institutes and bureaus. UP is at the forefront of tertiary education in the country and collaborates with world-class partners to ensure continued excellence in learning and teaching.

Contact info

ssc@up.ac.za
Private bag X20, Hatfield 0028 Pretoria
Tel: +27124204111, +27124203111

Johannesburg Polytechnic started as a computer college way back in 2002 in Braamfontein, it was then known as Strathrand Graduate Institute, in 2007 it started a collaboration with Johannesburg Polytech Institute when it moved to New Doornfontein, offering computer courses and internet access to high school and college students.

In 2009, Johannesburg Polytechnic moved to Braamfontein once again when it started offering ACCA and CAT courses.

In 2011 the college added CIMA Certificate and Diploma Courses to its portfolio and became a Computer Based Examinations Centre for ACCA

In 2012, Johannesburg Polytechnic was officially registered as a limited company and accredited by MICT Seta to offer National Certificates and FET Certificates in Information Technology.

In 2013, the college became a CIMA Private Computer Based Examinations Centre and started offering examinations for CIMA at the CBA Centre.

Following tremendous growth in the number of students and the need to expand, the college acquired new premises on leasing basis at the ultra modern Rennie House in 2014

Currently Johannesburg Polytechnic is the trading name of Johannesburg Polytechnic Pty Limited a company incorporated under the companies Act in the Republic of South Africa, we offer a broad range of Professional Diplomas, certificates, skills programmes and basic NATED vocational levels that are comparable to those that are offered in South African public FET colleges. These programmes cover the education and training needs of the learners ranging from skills programmes, short courses through to full qualifications on the NQF. In all programmes areas, close links with industry, business and the wider community have been established.

Johannesburg Polytechnic is structured into two (2) departments, namely:

Business and Accountancy studies – ACCA, CIMA and CAT
Information and Technology studies- MICT Seta National Certificates, Further Education and Training Certificates, Diplomas, Pastel, Microsoft, Cisco
The programmes of Johannesburg Polytechnic, with their strong vocational orientation, contribute to the development of a workforce able to meet the challenging skills requirements of an economy undergoing significant approaches to education and training delivery, and on the access and participation of disadvantaged groups to skills creation programmes in areas of employment growth and need.

Contact info

info@polytechnic.co.za
Johannesburg Polytechnic, 10 Sherwell Street Cnr, Mosely Street, Joannesburg Polytech Institute Complex, Doornfontein Johannesburg, Gauteng 2001 Johannesburg
Tel: +27114020046
Fax: 27 11 402 2226

The hospitality industry makes a significant contribution to the national and global economy. As such, the industry requires competent staff who possess the required skills and knowledge for successful hospitality and culinary management. The International Hotel School will provide you with the training you need to make a success of a challenging career in the hospitality and/or culinary industry, both locally and internationally. Our focus is on practical as well as theoretical training, with emphasis on traditional values of service and hospitality.

Contact info

info@hotelschool.co.za
4 Kikuyu Road, Sunninghill, Sandton, South Africa Johannesburg
Tel: +27118045533
Fax: 27 86 649 0915