Can I Study At Boston City Campus Without Matric?


Matric is considered one of the most important qualifications for anybody who wants to pursue further studies at a tertiary institution. But do you need it to study at Boston Campus? 


Boston City Campus is a private tertiary institution that offers a wide range of qualifications including, Postgraduate, Degrees, Diplomas, and Higher Certificates. They also offer short courses developed by industry specialists and leading professionals.

Their qualifications are accredited by the British Accreditation Council and the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs, United States of America.

There are no courses that are offered without a matric certificate as an entry requirement.

Boston approaches each student as an individual with tailored assistance, support, and advice for navigating the pathways to reaching their dreams

These are some of the qualifications offered at Boston City Campus:

  • Higher Education
  • Marketing and Management
  • Account Programmes & Courses
  • Human Resources & Legal Studies
  • Humanities
  • Health, Sports, Wellness Programmes and Courses
  • Information and Communications Technologies (ICT)
  • Advertising, Communication and Public relations 
  • Hospitality, Events and Tourism programmes.   

Boston City Campus has over 45 support centres throughout South Africa, more than 80 dynamic programme options, free career counselling, and tuition support.

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