By: Natasha Archary
Stadio, a private education tertiary group has just unveiled a state-of-the-art, multi-million rand private university in Centurion which is set to open in 2022.
A subsidiary of Curro Holdings Limited, the Centurion campus opening will mark a milestone for the group since the consolidation of four institutions – Southern Business School, Embury, Lisof and Prestige Academy – to form the Stadio Higher Education Institution in 2020.
Now, with the completion of the over R200 million Centurion campus, located near the N1 and N14 highways, the group is confident that contact learning will recover despite Covid-19.
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The multi-faculty campus will offer a range of qualifications (from higher certificates to degrees) in Education, Management, IT, Commerce and Law. The private university in Centurion will offer contact learning and also provide support for distance learning students.
The campus boasts world-class facilities and a modern environment for students. Affordable accommodation will also be available adjacent to the campus. Phase 1 of Stadio Centurion was completed in June this year, and the campus would officially open for students next year.
“Stadio’s smaller Gauteng campuses will migrate to Stadio Centurion over time, which in turn will unlock more cost efficiencies,” said Stadio group chief executive Chris Vorster.