Graduates walk red carpet

2018-06-27 06:00
The Boston City Campus and Business College in Bloemfontein presented accolades to its best-performing students, Kabelo Mothae (2018 Academy learner of the year) and Kafuwa Letsosa (2018 Learner of the year). Awards were presented during the winter graduation ceremony, held recently on 15 June. With them are Paul Soato (guest speaker) and Sunet Stemmet (Boston City Campus branch manager). Mothae studied Introduction to Web and Graphic Design and Letsosa Travel and Tourism Operations. Photo: Lebohang Lekoatsa

The Boston City Campus and Business College in Bloemfontein presented accolades to its best-performing students, Kabelo Mothae (2018 Academy learner of the year) and Kafuwa Letsosa (2018 Learner of the year). Awards were presented during the winter graduation ceremony, held recently on 15 June. With them are Paul Soato (guest speaker) and Sunet Stemmet (Boston City Campus branch manager). Mothae studied Introduction to Web and Graphic Design and Letsosa Travel and Tourism Operations. Photo: Lebohang Lekoatsa

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The Boston City Campus and Business College in Bloemfontein recently saw 85 graduates walking the red carpet to receive their qualifications.

Graduates received diplomas, degrees and certificates during the college’s winter graduation ceremony, held in Bloemfontein on 15 June. They had enrolled to study programmes ranging in duration from one year to three years.

The Boston City Campus and Business College prides itself on offering relevant higher education qualifications, including a degree, several diplomas and higher certificates.

It also offers a range of occupational and short programmes that meet industry needs and are developed by industry specialists and leading professionals in their fields.

The highlight of the Bloemfontein campus graduation was the presentation of BCom in Marketing Management degrees, diplomas in Business Ma­nagement and Financial Accounting, as well as higher certificates.

Higher certificates were for graduates who studied Travel and Tourism Operation, Business Management Practice, Advertising and Integrated Communication, as well as HIV/AIDS and Counselling.

BCom degree graduates were Kegomoditswe Khaba, Masego Matekoane, Portia Mdaka, Majwalle Mofokeng, Karabo Mpinga and Landisa Nyangintsimbi.

Diploma recipients were Omphile Matonyane, Kekeletso Mokebe, Nondumiso Nkebetwana, Thembalane Cenga and Georgina Mo­nare.

Higher certificate reci­pients were Gladys Mokhatholane, Thabiso Mokhararanyane, Sebabatso Mofokeng, Kelebogile Martins, Noma­khosi Handa, Rorisang Matlhole and Madineo Litabe.

The 85 graduates completed their programmes in record time.

Meanwhile, application and registration for higher education programmes at the Bloemfontein branch of Boston City Campus and Business College will be done from 25 July until 28 July.

Classes are set to commence on 30 July.

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