TSIBA Applications For 2023 Intake Now Open

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Applications for the 2023 academic year are now open at TSIBA Business School. Find out more about the courses offered below.


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Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSIBA) is a business school which was founded in 2004 in Woodstock. The school has been registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training. 

Students may study any of their undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications, as well as short courses and learnerships. TSIBA’s mission is to offer high-quality and rewarding education through vocational training. 

Applications are now open for Bachelors degrees and Higher Certificate qualifications. Students may visit the TSIBA Business School website to apply for admission. 

Click here to visit the TSIBA website.

Bachelor of Business Administration is accredited by the Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA). Students studying for the degree are provided with tablet devices and data to make blended learning easier.  

The basic entry criteria for the degree are as follows:

  • A National Senior Certificate (NSC) with Bachelors Pass or studying towards your NSC.
  • Minimum pass requirement of 40% or more in Mathematics or a minimum pass requirement of 60% or more in Mathematical Literacy.
  • Minimum pass requirement of 50% or more in English.
  • A minimum of 27 points is required to be eligible for entry to the TSiBA undergraduate degree.

The Higher Certificate in Business Administration is a 9-month course which is a step toward studying for a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in entrepreneurial leadership. Those who have not met the basic entry criteria for the Bachelor of Business Administration degree are eligible for this programme.

Higher Certificate programme students require a National Senior Certificate with a Higher Certificate pass endorsement with a minimum of 20 points on the TSIBA Points System.


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