Congratulations on making the right choice to apply to study at Boston Media House.
Boston Media House (Pty) LtdReg.No. 2002 / 026252 / 07 is registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as a private higher education institution under the Higher Education Act, 1997 (Act No. 101 of 1997). Registration Certificate No. 2008/HE07/007.
Boston Media House(Pty) Ltd are accredited by the Higher Education Quality Committee (HEQC) of the Council on Higher Education (CHE) for programmes as listed on the Registration Certificate.
Boston Media House(Pty) Ltd are proud to be associated with the following Designated Quality Partners (DQPs), Learning and Quality Assurance bodies (LQAs), Assessment Quality Partners (AQPs), international and local professional and industry recognised bodies:
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SOUL CANDI - Boston Media House(Pty) Ltd offer programmes in association with Soul Candi Institute of Music.
BAC – British Accreditation Council
Boston Media House(Pty) Ltd strives to enhance, uplift and continuously improve the quality of education and training in Southern Africa through the commitment to: “Education. For Life.”
This mission is supported in official pronouncements, which make it clear that “At the centre of the transformation agenda in education is the principle of lifelong learning and the need to rectify the inequities of the past through increased access to Higher Education, which is essential to promoting skills and human resource development and a pre-condition for facilitating social and economic transformation” (CHE, 2008).
NOTE: Boston City Campus offers students the possibility of registering for any module in either Higher Education Programmes or Occupational Programmes as Occasional Students. Students who choose to pursue this route of study, elect to enrol in modules for non-qualification purposes. In other words, Occasional Students are not intending to complete a qualification. Their interest is in professional and personal development. Should students who complete modules as Occasional Students wish to enrol in one of Boston’s programmes, the guiding principles of Boston’s policy on the Recognition of Prior Learning and/or Credit Accumulation and Transfer will apply.
Programme-specific admission requirements are determined by the Board of Directors, Academic Committee and where applicable as prescribed by the various Institutes, Quality Councils and SAQA.
Boston’s provision of a wide range of Short Learning Programmes, well established within the Higher Education system globally, is very important in contributing to meeting the objectives of lifelong learning, correcting inequalities and underscoring aspirations. These offerings serve the following key purposes:
Boston has, wherever possible, taken into consideration all policies pertaining to these different scopes of study; however, where any institute other than Boston is concerned, additional policies and procedures, rules and regulations may apply. Please ensure you enquire at the Boston Tuition/Support Centre/Site regarding such issues and that you have all respective documentation pertaining to the specific institute, particularly:
While Boston Media House(Pty) Ltd staff endeavour to ensure streamlined administration in this regard, the onus lies with the student to ensure that prescribed dates and deadlines are met in order for Boston to submit necessary documentation correctly and timeously.
Admission of non-South African resident students is subject to the conditions set out in the Refugee Act 130 of 1998 (relevant to amendments), the Immigration Act 13 of 2002 (and with consideration to any amendments or directives relating to Immigration Regulations). The success of a non-South African resident application depends on both the confirmation of academic acceptance and the obtaining of the necessary statutory documentation and state approval.
Prospective students may enquire at any of the Boston regional Tuition/Support Centre/Site to obtain a quotation on the curriculum and fees of a programme.
Please consult the Boston Prospectus on the availability of programmes offered at the various Boston Tuition/Support Centres/Sites. Certain programmes are only available at selected Tuition/Support Centres/Sites. Quotations will provide prospective students with various payment options to suit their needs. Quotations are only valid for a period of 30 days. On expiry, a prospective student will have to request a new quotation from a Sales Consultant at a Boston Tuition/Support Centre/Site.
The relevant Banking details will be available from the Boston Tuition/Support Centre/Site where the quotation was generated.
On acceptance of a quotation, a student will be registered with the Institution and a formal invoice will be provided to the student. Please make reference to the terms and conditions as contained in the Boston Registration Contract and the Student Information and Rulebook.
Boston Short Learning Programme and Occupational Students cannot register online and must complete, sign and submit a hard-copy of the Registration Contract at a Boston Branch.
Boston City Campus (Pty) Ltd: Digital Learning Students may register online to enrol for Micro and Nano SLP-courses.
Upon registration, a student acknowledges:
By signing the Registration Contract, students and/or parents or guardians signal their acceptance of the Fees Invoice. Furthermore, the confirmation of a student’s enrolment at Boston requires that students submit themselves to the rules and regulations of the Institution and that they (or their parent(s)/guardian) undertake to pay the prescribed fees associated with their enrolment at Boston. External Fees, associated with Institute Learning Programmes, as defined in the Prospectus (Assessment and Tuition Fees), are linked to the prevailing exchange rate and may consequently vary.
The registration fee and the first instalment of the tuition fee, as determined annually by the Institution, are payable upon registration.
After registration, students are obliged to pay the outstanding fees due on or before the dates stipulated by the Institution and set out in the final Fees invoice.
Students who cancel their registration within the 7-day cooling off period are not entitled to reimbursement of the registration fee. Students who cancel their registration after the 7-day cooling off period are not entitled to reimbursement of the registration fee and remain liable for the tuition fees in accordance with the Registration Contract.
The registration of students is valid for the applicable registration period only and lapses on expiry of this period. No student will be permitted to continue with studies outside of the stipulated contract period with the Institution. Failure to complete a qualification within the contract period will require a student to re-register with the institution to complete their qualification.
Students register for a programme as contained in the Institution’s Annual Prospectus and with special reference to the Registration Contract Regulations and Terms and Conditions.
The Boston Board of Directors and Academic Committee may determine the minimum number of students who should register for a programme or a module for it to be offered on a particular campus and/or in a particular year.
Students register for a programme and are subject to the academic regulations that applied at the time of first registration for that particular programme, provided that:
(a) Where the regulations are amended, students who commenced their studies under the previous regulations and who have not interrupted their studies may complete their studies according to the previous regulations;
(b) If the new regulations are beneficial to them, students may complete their studies under these new regulations;
(c) The Academic Committee may set special transitional arrangements, in respect of programmes where a change has been approved, and determine a date on which new regulations will be phased in and previous regulations phased out.
Students who were registered for a programme and who failed to renew their registration for that programme in the following academic semester or year, or who have interrupted their studies, forfeit the right to complete their studies according to the previous regulations, provided that:
(a) Registration for experiential learning or work-integrated learning for the academic period following the period in question will be regarded as a renewal of registration;
(b) The Registrar and Academic Executive/Head may, in exceptional circumstances, allow students to continue their studies according to conditions that may be determined.
When regulations are amended, the Academic Committee may formulate transitional regulations for students to complete a specific programme according to the new regulations.
Omission of material information and submission of incorrect documentation
The Institution has the right to cancel an application and/or registration of a student has who provided incorrect information and documentation with an application for admission or who omitted to provide material information or documentation.
Change of personal information
Students must inform the Institution of any changes in their names and other personal details. Correspondence to students will be addressed to the postal address, email address and cell phone number supplied during registration or as changed according to the previous regulations.
The Institution can unfortunately only accommodate certain needs and this varies between Tuition/Support Centres/Sites. Each Centre/Site will be able to provide specific details about its facilities. Students are required/encouraged to declare any disability at the time of registration for recording in the Institution’s Information Management System and Student Administration Management system and reporting purposes to the Department of Education and Training (DHET).
Admission is determined by the Institution. Irrespective of meeting the admission criteria, the Institution exercises the right to refuse admission. Unsuccessful applicants may request written reasons for such refusal from the Office of the Registrar.
This Application for Admission Form (Form) and accompanying Fact Sheet is accurate at the time of publication.
Boston Media House(Pty) Ltd reserves the right to alter any of the content due to changes in regulations, market requirements and other reasons. Please note that meeting any of the admission requirements does not necessarily guarantee entry into a qualification. All applications will be evaluated on an individual basis and acceptance will depend on the decision of the Academic Committee at Head Office in Orange Grove or Sandton respectively. This Form is not a Registration Contract. The Signatory(s) hereby confers the right on @vbOrgRefTitle to verify the information supplied in this Form. The Applicant hereby consents to Boston Media House(Pty) Ltd communicating with them by any manner of communication including, but not limited to, SMS, email and chat forums. In the event that the Applicant no longer wishes to be contacted she/he must submit a letter to the Head Office in Orange Grove or Sandton respectively, addressed to the Head of Marketing and The Registrar stating their request.
For the purpose of this agreement “Boston” shall mean Boston Media House(Pty) Ltd and/or its officially licensed franchisee.
Boston Media House (Pty) Ltd:
National Call Centre:
Head Office: Sandton
137 Eleventh Street and 128 10th Street, Parkmore