Pearson Institute of Higher Education (PIHE)

Registration Number

2001/HE07/008

Pearson South Africa is comprised of the Pearson Institute of Higher Education and CTI Education Group. Today, Pearson South Africa has 12 campuses, over 8 000 students and 35 different nationalities represented across the campuses in South Africa. The aim at Pearson Institute and CTI is to transform lives through learning and to produce employable graduates who are prepared for all aspects of the modern workplace.

Qualifications offered

Courses:

Pearson Institute offers full-time courses in many subjects, including Commerce and Law, Humanities and Applied Sciences; as well as part-time online programmes. 

Campuses:

  • Bedfordview 
  • Bloemfontein
  • Cape Town
  • Durban
  • Durbanville 
  • East London
  • Midrand 
  • Nelspruit 
  • Port Elizabeth
  • Potchefstroom 
  • Pretoria
  • Vanderbijlpark

Fees:

There is a R300 application fee but contact Pearson Institute directly for information on fees for your specific course.

Type of education institution
Private Higher Education Institution
- Science Faculty
- Commerce Faculty
- Humanities Faculty
Qualification Types
Higher Certificate
Advanced Diploma
Bachelors Degree
Honours Degree
Masters Degree

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