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Eduvos Institute – www.eduvos.com

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Eduvos has a long history that started in 1979 with the founding of the Computer Technology Institute (CTI) that was later merged with Midrand Graduate Institute (MGI) and operated for some years as Pearson Institute of Higher Education (PIHE). The new name of the institution was the result of a change of ownership and a new focus on high quality, blended learning across Africa.

Eduvos offers a combination of programmes on campus, in blended mode and online. The wide selection of options gives students choice to experience learning in various modes of learning provide opportunities to working adults who need to upskill or reskill themselves via part-time learning.

Eduvos is the institution of choice for students that are seeking to prepare themselves for a future career through a great learning experience.

Eduvos is a degree granting private higher education institution registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training, quality assured by the Council for Higher Education and its qualifications is registered with the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA).

Qualifications offered

Eduvos Faculties

  • Humanities & Arts
  • Commerce & Law
  • Technology
  • Applied Science

Eduvos Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Bachelor of Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Commerce
  • Higher Certificate in Business Management
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Higher Certificate in Information Systems
  • Short courses
Delivery Method
Distance
Contact
Type of education institution
Private Higher Education Institution
Qualification Types
Higher Certificate
Bachelors Degree
Honours Degree
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