MSC to bridge gap between theory and workplace

2016-09-15 06:00
;MSC Business College class of 2016.                                                                                                Photo: SUPPLIED

;MSC Business College class of 2016. Photo: SUPPLIED

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MSC Business College held its 13th annual graduation ceremony at the Uitenhage Town Hall.

“The graduation is always a highlight in a student’s life. It is recognition of their hard work, commitment and determination to succeed,” said MSC Business College principal, Manfred Burkert.

The MSC Uitenhage campus opened in 2003, offering qualifications in Management, Administration, Information Technology and International Travel.

“Many graduates are currently working in successful positions and attribute much of their success to the personal hands-on care that MSC Business College offers its students. The college keeps classes to a minimum size to allow for maximum attention to student needs,” said Burkert.

The Uitenhage campus is part of a national group of 20 campuses, making the group one of the most established names in further education in South Africa.

“We firmly believe that education providers have an obligation to bridge the gap between educational theory and the workplace. As a result students are equipped with the necessary skills, knowledge and personal development in order to launch their careers,” said Burkert.

In December 2013 MSC was voted the number one private FET college in South Africa by the South African Board for People Practices (SABPP).

The college allows for registrations throughout the year owing to an innovative timetabling system. New courses are due to start.

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