MSC Business College

Registration Number

2008/FE07/112

MSC Business College logo

MSC Education Holdings is made up of MSC Business College and MSC Artisan Academy. They aim to put the quality and ability of the graduate before anything else. MSC College offers a wide variety of business-related courses at its campuses. MSC Artisan Academy offers various occupational qualifications.

An MSC qualification is registered and accredited with all applicable departments and SETA’s, ensuring your qualification is recognised and valued by industry.

Keep reading to find out more about MSC college courses as well as what MSC college and fees has to offer.

Qualifications offered

MSC Business College Courses:

  • IT & Computers
  • Management
  • Financial Accounting and Bookkeeping
  • Secretarial and Office Administration
  • Hospitality and Tourism
  • Business Administration
  • Human Resources
  • Project Management
  • Public Relations
  • Marketing
  • Engineering

MSC College Fees:

Consult the website for information regarding fees.

Campuses in the Following Provinces:

  • Eastern Cape
  • Free State
  • Gauteng
  • Limpopo
  • Mpumalanga
  • North West

Applications:

Application forms may be downloaded from the website.

MSC Artisan Academy

Qualifications:

  • Occupational Qualifications (Learnerships)
  • City & Guilds Diploma Qualifications
  • National Engineering Certificates
  • Practical Skills Modules to NATED
  • Engineering Related Trades
  • Welder Decentralised Trade Testing
  • Renewable Energy Sources

Fees:

Consult the website for information regarding fees.

Campuses:

  • East London
  • Renewable Centre

Applications:

Consult the website for information regarding the application process.

Type of education institution
Private College
Qualification Types
FET Certificate
National Certificate

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