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The IIE's Rosebank College is now open for registration for individuals wanting to study in 2021. Rosebank College is dedicated to providing students with a solid foundation, creating future thinkers to build successful careers.

The IIE's Rosebank College is now open for registration for individuals wanting to study in 2021. Rosebank College is dedicated to providing students with a solid foundation, creating future thinkers to build successful careers.

With over 70 years in the education industry, nine campuses nationally and over 19 000 students studying online and full-time, Rosebank College is proving that education is accessible. Students can start with an IIE Higher Certificate and progress to an IIE Diploma or IIE Degree. IIE graduates from Rosebank College have the competitive edge to compete on the global stage with over 12 000 of them placed in employment since 2012. 

What do I need to register at Rosebank College?

  • Certified Statement of Results or National Senior Certificate
  • Certified copy of your ID
  • Registration and application fees (non-refundable)
  • Study visa for international students
  • Parent/guardian/account payer’s certified copy of ID

How do I register?

  1. Visit the Rosebank College campus near you.
  2. Ensure that you meet the entry criteria for your qualification of choice. To view the qualifications Rosebank offers, click here.
  3. Confirm the duration you'll be studying and the tuition fees
  4. Complete an application form on arrival at one of the campuses
  5. Speak to a Student Advisor and pay your application fee (non-refundable). Please note that late application fees apply.
  6. Complete a registration form and pay your registration fee (non-refundable)
  7. Pay your registration fee (non-refundable)
  8. Await confirmation of your acceptance

You can study from as little as R990 per month at Rosebank College. Studying has never been more affordable. You can also choose a payment option that suits your budget as Rosebank has your best interests at heart.

IIE Qualifications offered at Rosebank College are accredited by the Council on Higher Education (CHE) and registered on the NQF by SAQA.

For more information on the IIE's Rosebank College, click here.


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