Lyceum College celebrates 100 years of quality education


Higher education distance learning Lyceum College turned 100 years. With well over 800 000 students over the years, Lyceum has produced a standard of education that is celebrated for its superior quality and dedication, to making a difference over the course of 100 great years.

“Since its inception in 1917, Lyceum remains a wonderful place where distance learning in South Africa can reach an audience who embraces learning,” said the group head of communications, Jessie Naidoo.

Naidoo said the college has provided students with a chance to gain theoretical and practical learning opportunities at affordable fees, enhance their career opportunities and make the most of the expert staff who develop the best possible programme to suit the student. “Lyceum’s programmes are accredited by the Council of Higher Education (CHE) and registered at the South African Qualifications Authority (Saqa) ensuring there is always an external body who is committed to approving the quality of education that is being delivered,” said Naidoo.

Details: Group Head of Communications: Jessie Naidoo [email protected] or [email protected]

Edited by Beryl Knipe

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