South Africa

Contribution to the UN 2030 SDG's

South African Qualification accreditation – SAQA
Webinar hosted focusing on climate change and health for all students and alumni
67% female vs 33% male students and staff
Support for students with disabilities
MANCOSA’s philosophy of affordable, accredited and accessible ensures that all students are given equal access to quality education
Additional student support services were introduced to enable students to communicate with tutors during the COVID-19 pandemic. Support for staff and free counselling services were provided for MANCOSA students
Posture and ergonomics sessions with a Biokineticist to provide employees with work from home posture tips
Center for Women in Leadership (CWIL)
Mancosa Million Books Project
Green Legacy Garden
REGENT Business School
Support for students with disabilities
Photovoltaic panels installed to use sunlight as a source of energy to generate electricity
Recycling bins and limited printing encourages sustainability-oriented behaviour
Student population is 57% female, 43% male
Development of women's entrepreneurship and leadership skills
All students are given equal access to quality education
Level 1 B-BBEE status that accelerates contribution to economic sustainability
Ongoing training for unemployed youths on 4IR skills and business planning
Bursaries allocated with various sponsors, both regionally and nationally
Disadvantaged students, meeting criteria, granted one year higher certificate in entrepreneurship
Red & Yellow
Water saving taps
Graphic design bridging course for Learn to Earn students
Support for disabled students
Scholarships and bursaries
Additional support and counselling for students as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic
Program discounts and lower priced courses to meet financially constrained needs of students and business in 2020
Female staff represent 68%, male staff comprise 32%
Student population is 60% female and 40% male
A social promise that at least 10% of R&Y students won’t have to pay fees