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Fees have fallen - at TSiBA!Fees Must Fall has always been TSiBA's ethos and a reality for our students who ONLY PAY WHAT THEY CAN AFFORD with the rest being funded by scholarships. 17 Jan 2018 Read More >>

From Langa to Zurich: Lundi's opportunityAt school Lundi (Bill) Mkosi had no idea how he was going to study further, but everything changed when he was awarded his TSiBA scholarship. Just three years later this final year bachelor student was accepted at top global financial services company Credit Suisse in Zurich, doing his international work internship (part of the criteria required for a student to graduate). 5 Jul 2017 Read More >>

TSiBA - helping to create a positive changeThese inspiring words come from Kaylin Meyer (21), a second-year student and scholarship recipient at the TSiBA Education in Pinelands, Cape Town. 2 Jun 2017 Read More >>

Scholarships available to NPC leaders for high-impact leading sustainability programmeIn partnership with the Deutsche Bank South Africa Foundation the Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) has launched applications for their third eight-month, modular Leading Financial Sustainability programme, created to fill the critical gap of supporting NGOs and NPOs through their journey towards financial sustainability. Even though organisations in the non-profit sector do invaluable work, various factors, including the global economic crunch, have made fundraising and organisational sustainability a challenge. 6 Feb 2017 Read More >>

#FeesMustFall is old news... TSiBA Education NPC has been doing it for over a decade!At practically every higher education forum I am asked how the TSiBA model works to provide sponsored education, aka 'free' education, to 500 students a year across two campuses. Every audience, without exception in the last year, has been completely enamoured by the success of the academic and business model and the achievements of our students and graduates. That is, until they focus on the numbers, the impact that such a small, private university can have on a problem of such immense proportions as highlighted by the #RhodesMustFall and then #FeesMustFall campaigns. 7 Nov 2016 Read More >>

Scholarship graduates' futures on the riseDreams have finally been realised for some of South Africa's future leaders and entrepreneurs at the Tertiary School in Business Administration's (TSiBA) annual Graduation Ceremony. Graduates come from diverse backgrounds all over the country, but are united by their determination to study despite financial and personal challenges. 29 Aug 2016 Read More >>

TSiBA business scholarships ignite the light at the end of the tunnelIt is an unfortunate reality that during Youth Month, while we remember the sacrifice of young people in 1976 standing up for the right to be educated, South African youth are once again protesting in order to create a better future. Over twenty years into democracy there are still too many people unable to afford a tertiary education. For some it goes deeper in that the shortcomings of our schooling system limit university access due to academic reasons. 15 Jun 2016 Read More >>

Tertiary scholarships ignite opportunity for SA youth"Inclusive, good-quality education is a foundation for dynamic and equitable societies." Arch D. Tutu 24 Feb 2016 Read More >>

Renowned humanitarian brings message of peace to South African youthAs a humanitarian and peace ambassador Prem Rawat has dedicated his life to addressing humanity's essential need for peace with his extraordinary passion inspiring millions of people over the last five decades. Rawat has spoken in some of the most prestigious universities and forums around the world including Harvard, Oxford, Berkley and now the Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) in Cape Town, South Africa. 1 Dec 2015 Read More >>

Local youths' proud day at their TSiBA Graduation CeremonyYouth Day celebrations continued for 90 proud local youths on Friday, 19 June 2015, when they were awarded their hard-earned higher education qualifications at the Tertiary School in Business Administration's (TSiBA) Graduation Ceremony. These students have now graduated from TSiBA, a non-profit, rural business school, empowered and in a strong position to find employment, start their own business or continue with university studies. 22 Jun 2015 Read More >>

Education helps local youth rise up to the challenge"Never forget the purpose." Lerato Bontsi, 19 years, TSiBA student from George, Western Cape 17 Jun 2015 Read More >>

Scholarship opportunities at Business School's open dayPlanning to study further is one of the most important choices you will ever make. But not everyone has the means to pay for tertiary studies. The Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) is a unique not-for-profit business school created to ignite opportunity by awarding full or part tuition scholarships for those having difficulty accessing tertiary studies due to financial or academic reasons. 15 May 2015 Read More >>

Unique skills programme jumpstarts careers for unemployed youthSo many highly qualified South African youth struggle to get jobs after graduation, or move up the corporate ladder. This is often due to a lack of the vital soft skills key to survival in today's competitive marketplace - attributes which may be neglected by South African universities. 21 Apr 2015 Read More >>

TSiBA Eden wins an award for lifting rural youth out of povertyThe Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) Eden campus has been awarded the Western Cape Department of Social Development Ministerial Youth Excellence Bronze Award. 20 Apr 2015 Read More >>

Education ignites opportunity for young South AfricansThe harsh reality is that in South Africa not everyone can afford tertiary study due to socio-economic constraints as well as low standards of basic education. 26 Feb 2015 Read More >>

Cycling can change the worldHow many cyclists does it take to effect change in the world? 22 cyclists, 2,398km of road and one cause is all it takes to change the lives of African youth and their communities forever. 16 Feb 2015 Read More >>

Million rand reason to celebrate SA business graduatesThe Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) is not your typical business school and its sixth annual graduation is no typical graduation ceremony. This unique university has the biggest percentage of prestigious award winners in the country. While students come from diverse backgrounds, their dreams are all the same - to study at tertiary level and change not only their lives, but those around them. Most TSiBA students are the first in their families, even communities, to graduate at tertiary level. 1 Aug 2014 Read More >>

Scholarships opening doors to the business worldThe Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) will host an Open Day on Saturday 15 March 2014 where prospective higher education students can experience the Cape Town campus and its many opportunities. TSiBA students will be hosting tours of the campus, sharing their experiences with potential applicants so they can get insight into what TSiBA has to offer. 10 Mar 2014 Read More >>

10 out of 10 for TSiBA Education on its 10th anniversaryMany life-changing innovations and world-firsts emerged in 2004. These include Facebook, the world's first one gigabyte SD card; Taiwan's building Taipei 101 - the world's tallest skyscraper, the first privately-funded human spaceflight as well as the Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) in the Western Cape, South Africa. Founded on 27 February 2004, TSiBA is a private, not-for-profit business school registered and fully accredited by the Department of Higher Education & Training. Over the last decade TSiBA's enduring mission remains to graduate entrepreneurial leaders who will ignite opportunity and social change. 27 Feb 2014 Read More >>

Six million reasons to celebrate winning a TSiBA scholarshipEver wondered what R6 million looks like? The Tertiary School in Business Administration's (TSiBA) 2014 Scholarship & Awards Ceremony is the place to find out. On Wednesday, 19 February 2014, one hundred and twenty TSiBA Cape Town students were awarded full tuition scholarships to study towards their Higher Certificate in Business Administration (HCBA). These students earned their place at TSiBA by not only meeting admission criteria and passing academic tests, but by also successfully completing an intensive orientation week selection process. 21 Feb 2014 Read More >>

TSiBA Eden shines with a Gold Impumelelo AwardTwenty-five best-practice projects around South Africa have won awards from the Impumelelo Social Innovations Centre for implementing innovative, well-managed and replicable models addressing a variety of South Africa's social challenges. The Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) Eden campus has been awarded a Gold Award for being an exceptional model for rural tertiary education. 10 Dec 2013 Read More >>

A billion reasons to celebrate SA business school's newest graduates"Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education." - Martin Luther King Jr 19 Jul 2013 Read More >>

How Juta is helping TSiBA to change the world one book at a time...Nelson Mandela said, "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." 11 Jun 2013 Read More >>

TSiBA's first postgraduate students get down to businessHistory was made this week in the South African entrepreneurship arena with the inaugural students beginning their Postgraduate Diploma in Small Enterprise Consulting (PG Dip SEC) - the first postgraduate programme of its kind in South Africa which targets consultants, coaches and mentors working with entrepreneurs instead of the entrepreneur themselves. The 18-month modular part-time course at NQF Level 8 accreditation is currently only available at the Tertiary School in Business Education (TSiBA) and is designed to develop consultants to be more effective coaches and mentors who can effectively support and guide the scale and scope of micro enterprises into small and medium-sized businesses. 29 May 2013 Read More >>

Rotary turn up the heat by donating solar oven to TSiBA EducationOn the 26th April, various local and international Rotary Club representatives officially handed over a specialised solar oven to the Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) Eden campus in Karatara. Dr Dereck Wheeldon will talk about the benefits of solar energy - especially important for South Africa with high electricity costs and relatively abundant sunshine. Not only will the solar oven help TSiBA save the environment, but it will help save electricity costs for this unique not-for-profit tertiary education institution. 26 Apr 2013 Read More >>

Change your life - visit the TSiBA Business School's Open Day on 16th March!Planning to study further is one of the most important choices you will ever make. But not everyone has the means to pay for tertiary studies. The Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) is a unique private, not-for-profit business school created to assist people who have difficulty in accessing educational opportunities with tuition scholarships to help them get a jump start in life. 14 Mar 2013 Read More >>

First of its kind post grad diploma to help SA entrepreneurs!The Tertiary School in Business Education (TSiBA) accredited post grad diploma in Small Enterprise Consulting (PG Dip SEC) will now be offered at its Knysna and Cape Town campuses in 2013. The course develops consultants who can coach and mentor small business owners to grow their businesses to be profitable and sustainable. 22 Feb 2013 Read More >>

It's appreciation time!The Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) celebrated its annual Appreciation Breakfast on Friday, 30 November 2012. The purpose of the event was to thank all those people who have contributed to TSiBA's success over the past year and it was hosted by two TSiBA graduates, Kim Hickley and Mkhuseli Ngcube. Invited guests included sponsors, donors, mentors, lecturers, interns, volunteers and other non-profit organisations that TSiBA works with. It was held in TSiBA's auditorium at the TSiBA campus in Pinelands, Cape Town. 6 Dec 2012 Read More >>

TSiBA Eden gets a perfect 10The Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) Eden campus in Karatara near Knysna, has a lot to smile about. Ten TSiBA Eden students were recently interviewed for an amazing training programme venture between Unilever and Smollans. Each and every one of the students made it onto the programme. They are: Lucky Sithole, Mkhombeni Hlengwa, Monwabisi Tese, Zamuxolo Nqweniso, Masala Ramulifho, Thabang Ramaano, Nokwazi Shezi, Sinelizwi Mkhwebula, Thembeka Gola and Zenthia Kamfer, a TSiBA Eden graduate. The students will be placed by the Smollan Group within a corporate environment in various positions that suit their skill-set in 2013. With the Smollan's structured training at this level coupled with the right development, most of these individuals, via their own merit and determination, have the potential to move into various positions within the Unilever Field Sales structure (a Business Unit within the Smollan Group). 15 Nov 2012 Read More >>

TSiBA is tops with another Mandela Rhodes scholar!The Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) is extremely proud to announce that TSiBA graduate, Thokozile Mcopele, has received the prestigious Mandela Rhodes scholarship for 2013. Thokozile completed her Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Entrepreneurial Leadership in 2012 and has her eyes set on an Honours Degree in Strategic Management at one of Gauteng's Institutions of Higher Learning. Thokozile is the fifth Mandela Rhodes scholar for TSiBA in five years and positions TSiBA as the institution with the highest percentage of Mandela Rhodes Scholars in the country - an unequalled achievement! 10 Oct 2012 Read More >>

TSiBA students launch their first bookThe Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) was founded in 2005 with a mission "to be an innovative learning community that graduates entrepreneurial leaders who ignite opportunity and social change". TSiBA has been graduating leaders and entrepreneurs for over four years now and has already produced four Mandela Rhodes scholars. Now this unique business school has another accolade to add to the list - an innovative and inspiring book written by TSiBA students themselves! Containing the secrets of success, it shares the stories of inspired youth. The book, It Starts with Me, is intended for young people of all ages who believe they can make a difference and want to ensure they live their dreams. 17 Sep 2012 Read More >>

Cindy Krawe, TSiBA's Community Training Courses Co-ordinator, has recently launched a joint venture project with Silulo Ulutho Technologies to create a training academy in Khayelitsha. Ekasi Entrepreneurship Academy aims to empower township entrepreneurs by giving them the necessary skills and training to grow their businesses. 23 Aug 2012 Read More >>

Gia Whitehead is TSiBA's Top Woman!On the eve of Women's Day, the Top Women awards ceremony took place at Emperors Palace in Johannesburg. It was a star studded evening with esteemed members of government in attendance including DIRCO Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane, Energy Minister Elizabeth Dipuo Peters, and MEC Nomusa Dube. Gia Whitehead, TSiBA's Sustainability Director, won the award for Top Woman Entrepreneur (sponsored by ACSA) category. 14 Aug 2012 Read More >>

Minister Trevor Manuel lauds SA's "pay it forward" business schoolOn Friday, 20 July 2012, the Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) was very proud to host their graduation ceremony at Old Mutual. With extra special guest speaker, Minister Trevor Manuel, 31 TSiBA graduates were capped for achieving their Bachelor of Business Administration degrees in Entrepreneurial Leadership. This is the biggest graduation ceremony TSiBA has ever seen and brings the total number of TSiBA graduates to 77 since this unique private, not for profit business school held its first Graduation ceremony in 2008. 27 Jul 2012 Read More >>

A new CEO for TSiBAThe Board of the Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) is very proud to announce the appointment of their new CEO, Adri Marais. Adri will take over from Leigh Meinert from 01 July 2012. 21 Jun 2012 Read More >>

Investing in the future: Derrick Msibi runs Comrades for TSiBADerrick Msibi, MD of Investment Solutions and non-executive director of TSiBA Education, is running this year's Comrades Marathon on the 3rd of June to raise money for TSiBA Scholarships. Investment Solutions will match the funds raised up to R50,000. 25 May 2012 Read More >>

South Africa's smallest university delivers big resultsThe Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA), South Africa's youngest and smallest higher education institution, produced two Mandela Rhodes scholars for 2010. This is a record achievement for an institution that only began producing graduates in 2008. 18 Feb 2010 Read More >>