MSC Business College celebrated its sixteenth graduation ceremony recently at the Uitenhage Town Hall.It’s the highlight of the student’s educational journey; rewarding them for their perseverance and diligence. MSC stands for Mind, Skill and Character. The principal, Manfred Burkert said graduates need more than their certificate or diploma to find employment these days. Career Orientated Learning Experience (COLE) is a model used by MSC to build confidence, strong ethics and equip trainees with important soft skills, necessary in today’s working environment. Burkert said local businesses seek MSC graduates because of their professionalism and ability to apply the knowledge and skills gained at the college.“At MSC you’re not merely a number. We keep our classes to a minimal size to ensure maximum student attention and more one-on-one facilitation. This ensures better communicators, a more engaging student and a higher quality of graduate,” said Burkert.MSC is registered and accredited with all applicable departments and SETAs, ensuring a qualification that is recognised and valued by industry.With 26 years’ experience and 16 campuses nationwide, MSC is one of the most established colleges in South Africa with classes having continued uninterrupted since 1991.