You Can Still Start Your BCom or BBA Degree This Year At Milpark Education
Each and every one of us is on a path, a journey that only we can fulfill. At Milpark Education, we understand that in order to walk YOUR path, to live YOUR learning journey, education is your stepping-stone. A stepping stone that equips you with the most relevant tools and an understanding of their use and application to empower you to live a truly extraordinary life.
Prepare yourself for a changed world and partner with us on your BCOM or BBA learning journey to EXTRAORDINARY!
Study fully ONLINE and fit your learning in around your work and home life.
- Study from where ever you are, and complete the work in your own time
- High engagement learning model with weekly assessment commitments online
- Instructor facilitated learning with live online tutorials
- 1:25 ratio of students to experienced online lecturer
- Online proctored exam at end of each module
APPLY NOW for the next intake for 2021 – applications close 5 October.
When it comes to your education and securing your future, you shouldn't have to worry about how you're going to pay for it. Milpark offers you favourable payment terms to pay off your fees, and you can now also apply for credit with Capitec to help you kick-start your success. T&Cs apply.
Milpark Education looks forward to welcoming you to your BBA or BCOM learning journey.
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