BU says “SAWUBONA” to Eswatini in style!

Botho University’s newly established Eswatini campus is already making the waves in the Southern African country. Most recently, BU joined the rest of the corporate world in the annual Eswatini International Trade Fair to meet, greet and officially spread the word about the new campus to its new market.

The stand showcased BU’s ability to meet their student’s half way with a lot of complimentary material available for its valued visitors.

Certainly, the most notable of all the visitors was none other than Eswatini’s Monarch, His Majesty, King Mswati III who visited the stand personally to wish Botho University, luck.

This rare visit, which was no doubt a moment of pride for the staff manning the stand, is a nod to Eswatini government’s recognition of the new entrant in their education market.

The university is already currently in talks with the government through their ministry of labour and social security on scholarships for students that will be studying in their institution and is already registered and approved by the Eswatini Higher Education council.

 The university is keen on creating a sustainable future for students with particular focus on creating entrepreneurial mindset in order to produces graduates who are not only employable but also independent.

This has become a constant theme in BU’s extensive marketing drive, running under the theme Botho University-GOING BEYOND EDUCATION!

Students who enrol with Botho University have a wide variety of study options available, made possible by the ever expanding blended and distance learning education programs that are available, not only to students in this prestigious, culturally rich Kingdom, but to students all across the continent and indeed, the world. Click here to apply today and don’t get left out. https://crmportal.bothouniversity.ac.bw/

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About Grace Mavindidze

An experienced Journalist cum Digital Marketer who has worked in Media and Marketing in various Southern African countries for close to 15 years. An avid reader, she is passionate about fostering a reading and academic culture especially in young Africans. She enjoys travelling, meeting people from a broad cultural spectrum as well as engaging people in topics that are informative, entertaining and insightful. Grace is currently an Accounts Manager and Content Writer for CreativeMagic Group

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