B360 works closely with its partner universities. The primary goals are to share know-how and real-life experience with students and local lecturers and to promote cultural exchange. Our planning is carefully attuned to the needs of our partners and continuously adjusted through personal communication.
The Namibia University of Science and Technology was founded in 1996 as Polytechnic of Namibia (PoN). Today over 11’000 students are enrolled, of which 51% are full-time students, 27% are part-time students and 22% are distance-learning students. Four percent of students are international. The transformation of the Polytechnic into the Namibia University of Science and Technology NUST has been carried out in November 2015.
The University of Zambia (UNZA) was founded in 1966. Today close to 9’000 students are enrolled in the Schools of Agricultural Sciences, Engineering, Education, Humanities and Social Sciences, Law, Mines, Medicine, Natural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine. B360 mainly cooperates with the departments of Economics and Mass Communication.
TSiBA is a private, not-for-profit business school founded in 2004, registered and fully accredited with the Department of Higher Education & Training as a private higher education institution (no: 2007/HE08/001). TSiBA’s mission is to be an innovative learning community that graduates entrepreneurial leaders who ignite opportunity and social change. Students are not required to pay back their tuition scholarships monetarily, but rather to ‘pay it forward’ by transferring the knowledge, skills and resources they gain at TSiBA into their communities. Cooperation started in September 2015.