A total 404 students are graduating from the Imperial School of Business & Science (ISBS) next week Monday September 17th in various disciplines at the levels of Degree, Diploma and Certificate.
The school, which started as Damelin College and later rebranded to ISBS will churn out graduates in the fields of Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT); Business Management; Finance and Banking; Marketing; Human Resources Management; Advertising; Advertising and Public Relations Management; Marketing Management and Travel and Tourism.
The School’s PR rep told Botswana Guardian in an interview Wednesday that the school will be producing the first-Degree graduates from ISBS this year. Thus far they have had only graduates in Diploma level and certificates.
ISBS, which is chaired by Santosh Kumar Sharma and Nidheesh Sharma as Operations Director, started operations in Game City n 2003 and registered with the then Botswana Training Authority (BOTA). In 2011 it registered with Tertiary Education Council (TEC) and relocated to its own campus in Gaborone’s Main Mall
The Gaborone campus was extended in 2013 and the Institute was rebranded to ISBS and in the same year began offering Degrees programmes. ISBS prides itself as the leading institution in the tertiary quality education which is doing its best to be a pillar of national development by making significant strides in the field of education, said the school’s spokesperson.
“The tertiary school is adding to the country’s vision 2036: sustainable economic development, by having 404 graduates which amongst them would be joining the corporate world while others are striving to be aspiring entrepreneurs”, said the PR rep, One Gothang.
Among its highlights, ISBS was awarded the top 3 best private colleges status by Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) in 2018 and is among the first institutions to be accredited by Botswana Qualifications Authority (BQA) under the new legislation. ISBS was awarded best upcoming institution in 2016.