TSiBA Education creates opportunities for emerging leaders

TSiBA business school offers emerging leaders full-tuition scholarships to study towards high quality, accredited academic courses that are focused on developing entrepreneurship and leadership.

Co-founder of Tsiba, Leigh Meinert says they focus on undergraduate education with their primary focus on Bachelor of Business Administration.

In order to be accepted at Tsiba, you need a matric with bachelors pass - and maths and English are essential.

You need a matric certificate but you also get interviewed because we need to know who you are and what you going to do with this degree

Leigh Meinert, Co-founder of Tsiba

We know all our students because we invest in individuals and we build personal relationships. You don't get lost at a place like Tsiba.

Leigh Meinert, Co-founder of Tsiba

Applications for the 2019 academic year open on Friday 28 September. To know more about TSiBA visit their website on www.tsiba.ac.za.

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