Stadio Higher Education has announced an expansion of its portfolio with the launch of its School of Architecture and Spatial Design. This follows the introduction a few months ago of new qualifications in Commerce, Education, Law, Arts and Design, Science and Technologies.
Various short learning programmes are available at the School of Architecture and Spatial Design, these short learning programmes carry CPD credits by the Cape Institute for Architecture.
Stadio Holdings has been on an acquisition drive since being listed in 2017 and consolidated four of its institutions in October 2020.
“Stadio is on an upwards growth path, by expanding our educational offering we hope to attract more learners and deliver more value to our shareholders,” said Stadio Holdings CEO Chris Vorster.
“At the School of Architecture and Spatial Design, we believe that we need to engage with our environment from a regenerative design perspective, which means design that restores, moving beyond mere sustainable design, which maintains. “ adds Dr Divya Singh, Chief Academic Officer.
Stadio Higher Education (the consolidation of Southern Business School, Embury, Lisof, and Prestige Academy) has five faculties across 10 campuses, offering over 50 accredited qualifications to more than 20,000 students via contact learning or distance learning. It also provides qualifications up to doctorate level in several faculties.
Courses are available in Commerce, Administration and Management; Education; Arts and Design; Science and Technologies; and Law.