STADIO has brought together four highly prestigious institutions, including Southern Business School, Embury Institute for Higher Education, LISOF and Prestige Academy, with a collective experience of over 100 years in providing quality, affordable higher education.
The institution offers more than 50 accredited qualifications through contact, distance and blended learning to over 20 000 students.
At STADIO, they believe in the future of our nation. They want to make a difference by offering greater access to higher education, so that every South African has the opportunity to become the most empowered version of themself. By investing in the human potential all around us, they can grow minds, dreams and employment. Ultimately benefiting our nation as a whole.
You can visit the STADIO website below.
- Arts & Design
- Commerce, Administration & Management
- Science & Technologies
Consult the website or visit the campus for information regarding fees.
Applications may take place online via their website.
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