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Imperial School of Business and Science drops Damelin franchise

Wednesday, 23 October, 2013 - 07:45

Tertiary education institution Damelin Botswana has changed its name to Imperial School of Business and Science, ISBS following a partnership with an Australian University.

Operations Director at the Imperial School of Business & Science, Nidheesh Sharma told Gabz Fm News that the institution dropped the franchise agreement with Damelin South Africa, as it did not allow them to run degree programs.

Sharma added that they will now be offering qualifications such as degrees and masters programs, unlike in the past where they offered advanced diploma programs.

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