Institute of Business and Commerce.......
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has assigned on its
staff dedicated and experienced Lecturers, which
include Accountants, Lawyers and Computer
Specialists who have had a long
association with the education system and who are capable of
identifying weak areas which students
may be experiencing, hence emphasis will be placed on those particular areas.
The faculty-student ratio is one to ten which encourages individual instruction
and discussion-style teaching
In addition to the Certificates of Attendance that will be awarded by IBC for the Computer Science and the Paralegal Training courses, Diploma and LL.B Degrees will be awarded by the Examining Boards concerned and the Universities.
All students seeking admission must submit an application and a non-refundable registration fee. A registration fee is required each term, except where payment is received for the academic year. An additional fee will be charged for late registration.
ADMISSION (QUALIFICATIONS FOR )
It is expected that studentswill have completed a course of study up to and including Grade 10, or preferably be Senior secondary School graduates. Failing the avove, it is suggested that the student enroll for individual private tutoring at IBC. With respect to entry requirements for the Degree Course Level, students must have attained the age of 17 years and must satisfy the Universities' general entrance requirements for External students: Five BGCSE subjects, two of which must at least be at A-Level, or an Associate or Bachelors degree or its equivalent from an accredited institution. Students may be considered if they have additional strengths. Alternatively, at the discretion of the Universities, consideration may be given to mature students which will depend on their working experience, i.e. it will be determined more by experience and potential than academic standing.
IBC offers private tutoring at a time which isconvenient to both teacher and students. Tutoring hours are flexible, particularly for students who work shift. Students meet twice weekly with their respective Instructors or they may combine the hours and meet once weekly. Private tutoring consists of a maximum of three students. Every effort is made to satisfy the student's particular needs.
Private Tutoring is suggested also for students taking SAT, College Prep, Mid-Term/Final Exams or any other examinations including correspondence courses. The teaching staff very skillfully identify the wek ares which students are experiencing and on which special emphasis will be placed. Provisions are made for students who are unable to read or those who have not had the basic academic training.
Summer sessions are also conducted by IBC. Courses offered are of the standard as those offered in the regular sessions. A schedule of courses may be obtained from, and queries may be directed to, the school's office.
In order to better accomodate students working shift, classes will be in session during weekdays, evenings or weekends.
attendance is expected of all
students at all classes. In general, the responsibilities
for meeting this obligation rests with the
student. It is the prerogative of the
Instructor to determine when a
student's standing in any
course is being adversely affected by absence. It is the student's
responsibility to notify the instructor
of any justifiable reason that
causes an absence from class.