The TSIBA House Story

TSIBA House Partners
Our Road To Woodstock has been made possible with the long-term support and generous financial contributions of the following kind partners. 
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The TSIBA House Story

In a key milestone, TSIBA Business School and TSIBA Ignition Academy moved to a new campus at 6 Spring Road, Woodstock in January 2020.

From humble beginnings in a blanket factory in Mowbray (2004-2005) to an outdated training facility in Pinelands (2006-2019), our new home provides an aspirational and world-class campus for our staff to work and our students to learn from.

Why Woodstock?

Woodstock is an old suburb of Cape Town, South Africa, between the docks of Table Bay and the lower slopes of Devil's Peak, about 1 kilometer east of the city center of Cape Town. 

Historically, Woodstock has managed to stay integrated - even during the years of Apartheid - leading to an eclectic mix of classes and races living and interacting together in the same suburb. In this way, the suburb of Woodstock beautifully reflects the diverse community of TSIBA. Woodstock is now a vibrant neighborhood, with a bustling blend of food, fashion, arts, design, education, and small business, and is a very aspirational area in which to be based. It is also a community that is well-served by the Woodstock and Esplanade railway stations and is crisscrossed by major bus and taxi routes as well as cycle paths, making access easy, affordable, and safe. The building, the grounds, and the location are this conducive to a unique campus vibe within a bustling, up-and-coming city environment.

The TSIBA Campus

TSIBA House (our campus) stands on what used to be Woodstock’s beachfront in a relatively quiet and self-contained panhandle housed between Treaty Road and Spring Street, just off one of Woodstock’s two main roads that run north to south through the business area, Albert Road. The grounds boast the Peace Tree, a 500-year-old Milkwood tree under which a peace treaty was signed on January 10, 1806, after the Battle of Blaauwberg, and around which a beautiful garden exists for students and staff to relax, reflect or work in

The campus offers the latest facilities and IT infrastructure for our students and our staff, and a business incubation hub (The Garage) which will continue offering entrepreneurs opportunities to build sustainable businesses and create employment. 

Our new campus honors our determination that while students at TSIBA pay only what they can afford to study through TSIBA, all of our students deserve, and will receive a world-class and rewarding business education offered at a world-class facility.  In whichever capacity you are associated with us, we welcome you to TSIBA House. 



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