Rosebank College is an educational brand of The Independent Institute of Education (The IIE), South Africa's largest and most accredited private higher education provider. The IIE is also accredited by the internationally recognised quality assurance agency, the British Accre​ditation Council (BAC). The British Accreditation Council is an independent authority in the UK that accredits private providers there and in other countries including Greece, Switzerland, Singapore, India, Mauritius and the United Arab Emirates.


In addition to quality academics, Rosebank College introduces its students to a more "social-side," with our Student Council organising a range of cultural, sport and social activities to participate in as part of our rich campus life where students are able to  engage as a diverse Rosebank College community.  Mr. & Miss Rosebank College is an example of an annual social event hosted by each campus.

Rosebank College believes in giving back to the communities where our institutions are located. Students can get involved in a variety of community projects such as being part of the up campaign. By joining the Eco Forum you will help keep the community around your college clean. Or become a volunteer who assists non-profit organisations with events, fundraising or other community service projects. There is always so many activities to choose from.


Our student support team provides:

  • Wellness services, by managing life skills development programmes
  • Primary counselling 
  • Corporate social investment
  • We also assist students academically through additional skills programmes and workshops


One of the key purposes of studying is to be prepared for the workplace. To prepare students for the world of work, Rosebank College offers Work Integrated learning (WIL) as a credit bearing module. If you do not meet the requirements for the module you will not be credited for it and will not be able to graduate. Students who fully participate in the opportunity will have a portfolio of evidence of your skills from which you could extract examples to show potential employers what you are capable of.   Work Integrated Learning (also known as experiential learning) is an opportunity to apply your skills and knowledge in a work environment (real or simulated) or to complete work-related tasks so that you can learn while doing and develop a clear understanding of which skills you have indeed mastered. Learning from experience is one of the most important and natural means of learning.


To address graduate unemployment, The IIE initiated the Graduate Empowerment Programme (GEP) in 2012. The programme was created to prepare our students for the world of work, as we realised that students needed to be career coached and prepared in other ways for employment. The programme aims to empower IIE graduates with the tools that will allow them to find employment that matches their skill set and qualifications.