The Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) opened its doors in 2005 with the aim of providing excellent tertiary level education for people with a social conscience who have the desire and skills to develop Africa. TSiBA is a unique, private, not for profit business school that helps people who cannot access opportunities to jump ahead in life. TSiBA does this by providing emerging leaders with full-tuition scholarships to study at their campus in Pinelands, Cape towards a high quality accredited BBA degree. To date, TSiBA has developed hundreds of graduates, amongst whom they count seven Mandela Rhodes scholars, three Kofi Annan Fellows and three Allan Gray Orbis Fellows. TSiBA is registered and accredited with the Department of Education as a private higher education institution (No: 2007/HE08/001). TSiBA is also registered as a Public Benefit Organisation (No: 930014613).


TSiBA means ‘to jump’ in isiXhosa