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FEES AND FINANCIAL AID

All BBA 1 students are required to pay a percentage of the scholarship in the form of a sliding scale tuition fee. All students enrolling for the BBA programme will pay fees based on a means test.

The means test used by TSiBA is based on a fair practice of linking family earnings with the number of people supported by that income.

Sliding scale tuition fees will be reassessed on an annual basis and the fees for all those that successfully meet the requirements for that academic merit list will automatically be adjusted.

A TSiBA Education tuition scholarship includes:

• Academic infrastructure – lecturers, tutors, classrooms
• Academic materials – textbooks, course packs
• Examination materials – examinations answer booklets, exam papers
• Experiential learning activities – e.g. internships, orientation camp, wilderness programme, hero speakers
• Support Services – counseling, Ignition Centre, Careers Centre
• Access to the use of computer laboratories
• An allocated amount of paper for printing and photocopying purposes.
• One student card
• Use of locker
• Access to the use of a fully stocked library

A tuition scholarship does not include the following:

• Transportation
• Accommodation
• Lunch, dinner, refreshments
• Stationery
• Clothing
• General subsistence

   

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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