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Business Bytes | International Recognition for Boston


Boston City Campus & Business College awarded accreditation with the British Accreditation Council for Independent Further and Higher Education in the United Kingdom.

Boston City Campus & Business College (Boston) has been recognised and awarded accreditation as an Independent Higher Education institution with the British Accreditation Council (BAC) in May 2018. The BAC is recognised globally as an influential voice on standards and quality for the education sector and provides continuous improvement in the general standard and quality of further and higher education in the UK and in the global education market.

The BAC currently accredits more than 230 institutions in 19 countries. Boston is one of only two Higher Education Institutions to have achieved BAC accreditation award in South Africa.

“We are so proud to make this announcement!” So says “Boston’s Dean for Institutional Advancement, Dr Linda Meyer. Boston City Campus & Business College offers a range of qualifications. Prospective students should use the opportunity to reflect on higher education as a means to secure employment and to ensure professional career advancement by completing a Boston locally and internationally recognised programme. The biggest achievement for our Institution in 2018 has been the awarding of accreditation with the British Accreditation Council – our graduates are now assured of international recognition when studying with Boston.”

What does it really mean that Boston has been awarded accreditation by the British Accreditation Council (BAC)? Dr Meyer considers why accreditation with BAC is as significant for Boston as an institution and outlines some benefits for you, the student.

“The future for Boston is exciting!“ says Meyer. “We will continue to pursue international relationships that will benefit students and enhance our approach to meeting the needs of students in the South African context and open doors beyond our borders.”