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TSiBA is aware that access to tertiary education is hampered by many factors including the quality of secondary education and financial hurdles.  For this reason, TSiBA offers sliding scale scholarships to study and pursue the accredited Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Entrepreneurial Leadership, which is offered at TSiBA Cape Town only.

TSiBA graduates can either pursue a career in the corporate world, study further or start a business.  100% of TSiBA graduates are either working for corporate partners like Old Mutual, JP Morgan and Oceana or are pursuing post-graduate studies. 100% of students who engage in post-graduate studies (at Wits, UWC or UCT to date) complete their studies successfully and 85% of employers are happy with their graduate recruit from TSiBA.

TSiBA graduates do not only focus on their promising careers but too also Pay it Forward in their communities. A good example of this is Cebisa Mahlukwana who has facilitated funding for his former high school, Kwamfundo in Khayelitsha.

Many graduates also return to TSiBA to assist other students by being a mentor, like Valentino Barends, or a tutor like, Adeeb Samsodien, Khanyisa Mtombeni and Shakeel Hashim.

You can apply to study at TSiBA Online by selecting your applicable campus: Cape Town

   

The Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) was founded in 2004 with a vision to “Ignite Opportunity”.  Our mission is to be an innovative learning community that graduates entrepreneurial leaders who ignite opportunity and social change.

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