Stadio Higher Education
STADIO is a new tertiary institution. 5 faculties, 10 campuses and a variety of accredited qualifications. Distance and contact learning.
STADIO is registered with the DHET as a private higher education institution under the Higher Education Act, 1997.
Whether you want to study while you're working or if you want to study on-campus full-time, STADIO offers both modes of delivery with the support you need from start to finish. Start your journey today. Find the accredited qualification you want and apply now.
You have spoken, Stadio has listened. If you haven't yet applied, here's your opportunity to start your studies in 2021.
You might need to catch up a class or two, but the academic team will support you. Please be advised that there will be no further extensions on the application date for this intake.
Apply online now at www.stadio.ac.za
STADIO’s distance learning programmes offer students excellent, quality education, without the need to attend venue-based classes. The following Schools at STADIO offer accredited distance learning qualifications:
- School of Administration & Management
- School of Safety in Society (Policing)
- School of Law
- School of Education
Upon registration, distance learning students receive access to STADIO’s VLE - virtual learning environment. On this platform, the student has access to all learning materials, including a detailed plan for the semester/year, indicating all the learning and assessment activities.
To learn more about and apply now for distance learning at STADIO, click here
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