Eswatini To Launch Distance Learning Campus

One country at a time, Botho University keeps growing as it seeks to educationally empower Africa. Twenty-one years this year, the university’s journey has been a long one, and the rewards are plenty in a continent seeking education-based solutions.

It all started in Botswana, before successfully launching in Namibia and Lesotho – where there are thriving campuses in all three countries, and spreading up across to Nigeria (distance learning programs only). Now, Eswatini (formerly Swaziland) has been added to the list.

The setting up of a distance learning campus for Eswatini is expected to boost the image of the Botho University brand in the country as there is already a number of students currently studying with the institution.

Furthermore, this offers students in Eswatini social interaction with colleagues and educators, in addition to availing much richer networking experiences than when one is learning online.

Botho University’s intention in the long term is to cover the entire continent with affordable, self-paced and qualitative international education.

The distance learning institution offers qualifications such as AAT, BSc (Hons) in Finance, BSc (Hons) in Accounting, BSc (Hons) in Computing, BSc (Hons) in Business Management, BSc (Hons) in Hospitality Management, BSc (Hons) in Network Security & Computer Forensics, BSc (Hons) in Health Information Management, Bed (Hons) in Primary Education, Post Graduate Diploma in Higher Education, Master of Education in Higher Education, Master of Business Administration and MSc in Computer Systems Management. Also on offer are certificate and diploma courses.

Visit:  https://online.bothouniversity.com/ and get to know more on the courses on offer and beyond.

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