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12 July 2019

Rustenburg – Boston City Campus (BCC) demonstrated its flexible options when it comes to providing tertiary education during a networking session held on Wednesday 10 July at their Business College in Rustenburg. 

The interactive session was attended by close to 80 people, who were all eager to learn more about how one of the leading colleges in the country goes about the process of educating the many students that pass through its doors. 

“We are a growing college. We are a flexible institution because we cater for both part-time students and full-time students,” said manager of BCC in Randburg, Francinah Chauke.  

BCC sales representative Clifford Thipe gave a graphic explanation of how their 45 locations across the country sets them apart.

“We are also accredited with international bodies and our tuition fees include the prescribed textbooks that students will use,” Clifford said. 

One of the college’s graduates, Kgalalelo Mojaki, explained how the tutors assisted her to obtain a diploma in marketing management. “I was studying from home and the process was not as hard as I thought, because I would communicate with the tutors and receive helpful feedback,” she said.   
Invited guests also had an opportunity to interact with staff members of the college. 

Sikholiwe Mashele, who is the manager of BCC in Rustenburg described the networking session as a success. “The session also provided an opportunity for all of us to network, share ideas and establish mutually beneficial partnerships,” she said. 

From left: Francinah Chauke, manager of BCC in Randburg; with Sikholiwe Mashele, manager of BCC in Rustenburg.   
There were many opportunities for guests to interact with each other. 


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