Academic Institute of Excellence (AIE)

Registration Number

2018/FE07/003

AIE believes in continuously working towards improvement and dedication to quality education. They offer a large range of courses at the campuses. Their Urban Kitchen restaurant offers healthy meal options on campus. Midrand Campus has a roof chill area, where students can enjoy their break times. Bursaries are awarded to students who have produced excellent results.

They represent AIE (Institute of Academic Excellence) family of education brands, some of SA's leading learning institutes. They are a family that prides itself on their brands, people and students, known for their innovative approach to quality education, excellence in delivery and modern technological approach.

Qualifications offered

Courses:

  • Information Technology and Data Science
  • Draughting and Technical Design
  • Business, Entrepreneurship and Finance
  • Engineering and Science
  • Visual Design, Marketing and Branding
  • Architecture and the Built Environment
  • Design

Fees:

Consult the website for information regarding fees.

Campuses:

  • Midrand
  • Cape Town

Applications:

Consult the website for information regarding the application process.

Type of education institution
Private College
Qualification Types
National Certificate

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