Boston City Campus


boston city campusBoston City Campus is registered and accredited by the Department of Higher Education as private higher education provider.

At Boston City Campus they offer accredited Higher Education qualifications, including their state-of-the-art Postgraduate Diploma in Management, a range of Degrees, and numerous Diplomas and Higher Certificates. They also offer a variety of work-ready Occupational and Short Programmes which meet industry needs and are developed by industry specialists and leading professionals in their fields.

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The world has made unprecedented advances, we can create vaccines and ‘end’ a pandemic, yet we can’t end gender disparity. In fact, according to the World Economic Forum, full economic parity is 257 years away!

The Boston Group is a pioneer in private higher education specialising in online and distance learning over the past 30 years. The advantages of home-schooling are indisputable, with academic performance at the top of the list.

Studying through a pandemic has been a challenge for students. Some institutions (like Boston!) managed to take their students from classroom to dining room table seamlessly, while others battled to create a virtual classroom. Boston has always relied on technology as an effective learning methodology as technology ensures: academic consistency, quality, delivery and validity of all materials and knowledge transfer.

International women’s day was established because there is disparity in our communities and workplaces with regard to the treatment of women. A day in which we can highlight this and promote awareness also creates opportunities to close the gaps, and work toward complete equality in workplaces and homes.

We have had report after report revealing disheartening information regarding job losses and economic downturns following the pandemic and subsequent lockdown. Over 1.4 million jobs were lost in 2020, and only a fraction of this was expected to be recovered in 2021. Similar events have occurred on a global scale. Is there any good news? Read on and see how you should be pivoting your career, and adjusting expectations with regards to work and studies.

Life is hard – but it’s also fun and challenging! Overall wellness helps us not only cope with the challenges, but helps us thrive. Boston Media House has a few tips to make every day your wellness day – mental physical and academic! 

After a year of a serious lack of good news, we finally have something that can make us smile! President Ramaphosa in his address announced the creation of new jobs through global business opportunities. And the numbers look good!

So, we seem to have started off the year a bit ‘late’. With matric results being released in the year following exams, and varsity registrations being delayed, it feels like we are still in the beginning of the year when actually we are approaching the end of the first quarter! What does this mean for businesses? Work place Skills Plans are soon due! :

The world has made unprecedented advances, sending a robot to explore the surface of Mars, and  creating vaccines to end a pandemic. Despite this, no country has achieved gender parity. In fact, according to the World Economic Forum, full economic parity is 257 years away!

While many institutions grappled in 2020 with a sudden and dramatic shift to online learning, technology mediated learning is in Boston’s DNA.

Having run a successful classroom and teacher based High School for a number of years, whilst achieving 100% matric pass rate and culminating in an award for “top school in the district” Ivy Academy has now gone fully digital!

The Eduvation Network has partnered with Boston City Campus to give you some much needed good news! It’s a “teacher’s gift” that promises to change your financial future in 2021.

2020 can basically be summed up as “The year of living differently”.