Top Computer Qualifications Are Coming to Stellenbosch
Western Cape residents, we have great news for you! After numerous requests, we have finally answered. Belgium CampusiTversity is bringing its world-class computer qualifications to Stellenbosch.
With two campusesin Gauteng, in Pretoria and Kempton Park, we thought it only fair to also give Western Cape residents the opportunity to graduate as sought-after professionals in the fastest-growing industryon Earth. Now, all that’s left to ask is, Western Cape, are you ready for your digital revolution?
What We Offer
At Belgium Campus iTversity, you can choose between five industry-relevant computer qualifications:
- Bachelor of Computing (NQF 8)
- Bachelor of Information Technology (NQF 7)
- Diploma in Information Technology (NQF 6)
- Certificate in Database Development (NQF 6)
- National Certificate in Systems Development (NQF5)
What Sets Us Apart
This article contains weighty adjectives pertaining to our computer qualifications, including top, world-class, and industry-relevant. You may be asking, how so?
At Belgium Campus, we collaborate with over 120 local and global businesses to keep our courses in line with the changing needs of the industry. Our industry partners support us in staying ahead of technologicaladvances and keep us informed about the changing skills and profiles required in the workplace.
What’s more, our computer qualifications are benchmarked against the accreditation protocol of the Dutch and Flemish Accreditation Organisation every five years. The latest audit found our Bachelor of Computing degree to be more advanced than a European academicbachelor’s programme!
Why Study in Stellenbosch
Not a Stellenbosch resident? You may want to consider relocating to pursue higher education. Not only is Belgium Campus coming to town, but several reasons make Stellenbosch a great place to study. Here are our top four:
- It’s beautiful!
Surrounded by stunning mountains and famous vineyards, Stellenbosch is certainly one of the most picturesque parts of South Africa. The small town also boasts historic architecture and quaint oak-lined streets.
- There’s plenty to do.
The stunning backdrop Stellenbosch provides enhances any activity. However, some local favourites include wine tasting, hiking, and enjoying water sports at one of the nearby beaches. And, if by some miracle you find yourself wanting, the metropolitan city of Cape Town is a mere 50-minute drive away.
- It’s a university town.
University towns are known for their vibrancy and diversity, and Stellenbosch is no different. With a population dominated by energetic youth from all over the world, there is nothing quite like pursuing your studies in this melting pot.
- It has a rich cultural heritage.
As South Africa’s second-oldest town, Stellenbosch has a rich cultural heritage for students to explore, including Cape Dutch architecture dating back to the 18th century.