STADIO Namibia, formerly known as Southern Business School Namibia, is making enrolling and registration for tertiary education in Namibia easier.
Distance education is becoming more and more prevalent and a viable option when it comes to pursuing education at tertiary level.
Covid-19 has changed the face of education and made people realise that face-to-face classes are not the only way to get educated. Prospective students around Namibia – not just in the capital, Windhoek, can now register for their tertiary education course of their choice in locations around the country.
The registrations will be done whilst adhering to all Covid-19 protocols and hygiene standards. The roadshow will cover all of Namibia with 10 locations across the country in all and also the office in Windhoek will be open for registration.
Registration runs from 19 February to 6 March 2021. The roadshow will kick off in Rundu and conclude in Eenhana.
STADIO Namibia noted that it realises many of the (potential) students are professionals with full-time jobs and getting away to register during the week is not always easy due to other commitments.
STADIO’s trained staff will be at these roadshows to assist in helping to find out more about STADIO, its courses and qualifications. During the roadshow, prospective students can meet the team to pick up study material or to make payments. General enquiries will also be handled on these days.
“STADIO Namibia provides opportunities for people to study at their own pace and their convenience, ensuring it fits in with their lifestyle. Through years of experience of ‘distance learning’, this is not just simply teaching through ‘Zoom’; it is a dedicated and proven way of teaching students remotely. It provides affordable access to recognised qualifications for students and people who want to improve themselves and qualify for that sought after promotion or pay grade increase. There has been a major upswing in people enrolling in distance education. The pandemic has shown so many people that they do have the discipline to study at their own pace and home, or wherever they find themselves – freeing them from unnecessary commutes, avoiding [un]necessary contact and potential exposure, while making them realise the possibilities for themselves to reach their full potential,” said STADIO Director Albin Jacobs.