Register here and now!

20 January 2019 | Education

Southern Business School (SBS) is making enrolling and registration for tertiary education in Namibia easier.

The institution realises there may be logistical constraints to students registering in person, especially if registration only takes place in Windhoek. Thus, prospective students can now register for a course of their choice in locations countrywide.

Thanks to a roadshow, the SBS offices in Ongwediva and Windhoek and 15 locations across the country, all of Namibia is covered.

Registration runs until 16 March.

In the meantime, a roadshow has already begun in the north of the country, giving students the opportunity to register between 09:00 and 17:00 during the week.

Also, until March, both the Ongwediva and Windhoek office is open every Saturday for registrations, queries and information.

Roadshow

• 26 January: Kalahari Convention Centre, Gobabis

• 2 February: Central Lodge, Keetmanshoop

• 23 February: Mariental Hotel

• 2 March: Omashare Lodge, Rundu

• 9 March: St. Joseph, Otjiwarongo

• 15 March: Hotel Deutsches Haus, Swakopmund

• 16 March: Protea Hotel, Walvis Bay

All events take place from 09:00 to 17:00. The Windhoek office will be open on all these Saturdays from 09:00 to 13:00.

SBS realises that many potential students are professionals with full-time jobs and that getting away to register during the week is not always possible.

In light of this, “Our trained staff will come to you through these roadshows,” says SBS's Albin Jacobs. “The staff will assist students in helping to find out more about SBS, its courses and qualifications. You can meet the team, or register and pick up your study material or make payments.”

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