Feb 20
Fast facts about IIE Rosebank College

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Welcome to IIE Rosebank College. If you are a new student we would like to share some fast facts about IIE Rosebank College and confirm why you made the best decision by choosing to study with us.

  • Rosebank College has been a brand of the Independent Institute of Education (The IIE) since 2005. 
  • The Independent Institute of Education (The IIE) is Africa's leading private higher education and is registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training.
  • The IIE has more accredited higher education qualifications than any other private higher education institution – currently over 90.
  • The IIE is a wholly owned subsidiary of ADvTECH Ltd, a public company listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (Pty) Ltd.
  • The IIE is not only accredited in South Africa but is also accredited by the British Accreditation Council (BAC), an internationally recognised quality assurance agency.
  • Working with the lecturers and the teams on campus, the Central Academic Team (CAT) is responsible for the development of the curriculum, providing high quality academic governance, systems service and operations.
  • Students can study with us through full-time or on a part-time basis. Students can also register at Rosebank College for IIE online learning.
  • At Rosebank College we offer IIE Degrees, Diplomas and Higher Certificates.
  • We welcome all international students to study at Rosebank College and choose from the many IIE qualifications available. 
  • Rosebank College offers both contact and connected modes of delivery. Contact refers to face to face more traditional learning while connected refers to a blend of both online and face to face learning.
  • Our first connected campus was established in Polokwane.
  • We currently have 7 campuses namely: Pietermaritzburg, Durban, Pretoria Sunnyside, Pretoria CBD, Bloemfontein and Braamfontein.
  • IIE Rosebank College has been voted Coolest College in South Africa in the 2017 and 2018 Sunday Times Generation Next Youth Survey.