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Private higher education group Stadio says it's ready to go toe-to-toe with public universities

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There are currently 33 586 students enrolled at Stadio institutions.
There are currently 33 586 students enrolled at Stadio institutions.

Even if South Africa's well-established public universities decide to launch online offerings due to the change in trends brought about by the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, private higher education group Stadio has the expertise to compete all the way, says its CEO, Chris Vorster.

Due to the coronavirus lockdown, many students around the world, including in South Africa, have had to vacate their campuses with classes moving online. In the US, many universities that were planning to offer in-person tuition again were forced to backtrack and opt for online-only tuition due to that country's coronavirus health crisis.

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