Challenge the status quo

Challenging the status quo runs through the very heartbeat of TSIBA – our students, entrepreneurs and lecturers. Today’s business world wants more from its graduates and our values-based approach delivers a strong learning environment based on dignity, integrity, resilience and purpose. TSIBA’s education journey unlocks the best of what each student and entrepreneur should and can be.

Innovative Education Financing

TSIBA applies an innovative approach to financing education which allows students to contribute towards their tuition at relative levels of affordability.

TSIBA degree students study on scholarship but are required to pay a percentage of their annual tuition fees based on a fee schedule. This schedule is based on financial means and is calculated on the combined total household income of registered students.

Value-based business education

Our inclusive learning community also provides an environment where students, entrepreneurs, lecturers and staff share core values, building lifelong relationships based on dignity, integrity, resilience and purpose. We draw energy and ideas from our immensely diverse community, while respecting individual and cultural values which determine who we are and what we do.

Bachelor of Business Administration
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Postgraduate Diploma in Small Enterprise Consulting
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Short Skills Programmes
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Athini Kenke

2013 BBA Graduate. Athini is passionate about education and runs an after-school programme at Mokone Primary School.

“I work at Voys SA, where I was head-hunted after having met the Founder in the Netherlands while conducting my final-year internship. I now work for the most people-centric and progressive business I know. Had I not learned, at TSiBA, to confidently put myself out there and network, I would have missed plenty of opportunities in my twenties.”

Zikhona Ngumbela

2014 BBA Graduate, Mandela Rhodes Scholar and Financial Consultant at Allan Gray. Zikhona is passionate about gender equality and girl empowerment. Zikhona serves as a Trustee on the TSiBA Sustainability Committee and as an Ambassador of the Allan Gray Philanthropy Initiative.

“TSiBA empowered me with the right attitude and emotional intelligence to pursue further studies and later on, join the finance industry. Most importantly TSiBA provided me with the right academic and emotional support I needed in order to flourish.

Cebisa Mahluwana

2009 BBA Graduate and Account Business Development Manager at Old Mutual South Africa. In his spare time, Cebisa is a social runner who enjoys setting big challenges, including  running Ultra Marathons such as the Comrades Marathon.

“During my journey in the TSiBA curriculum, I grew to know myself better, because at its core, TSiBA allows us to know ourselves better so that we can navigate the world better. So that we can make a powerful impact