Courses Offered At Cornerstone Institute
Cornerstone institute was established in 1970, situated in Cape Town and is a non-profit educational institution. It is also a fully accredited Private Higher Education Institution that offers undergraduate programmes across various disciplines in the Faculty of Humanities, Entrepreneurship and Economic Transformation. Their aim is to ensure that students who graduate from the institution are able to make a difference in all the fields of study provided at Cornerstone.
All programmes offered by Cornerstone Institute are accredited by the Council on Higher Education and registered by The Department of Higher Education and Training. They offer the following course:
- Bachelor of Arts
- Bachelor of Theology Community Leadership
- Bachelor of Commerce
- Postgraduate Certificate in Education Foundation Phase
- Postgraduate Certificate in Education Intermediate Phase
- Bachelor of Arts Honours in Community Development
- Higher Certificate in Business Leadership
- Higher Certificate in Business Studies
- Higher Certificate in Community Development
- Higher Certificate in Community Counselling
- Higher Certificate in Christian Ministry
What are the alternative methods of applying at Cornerstone Institute?
Students can download all the application forms. Once the application forms has been filled in, students can either fax, scan or email the documents to the details provided on the form. Students can call and make an appointment with a student advisor between 9am and 4pm everyday. Once you have made the appointment, the application forms will be given to you along with any advice that you may need
For more information, visit www.cornerstone.ac.za or call 021 448 0050.
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