150 students graduate at IBC
MASERU – THE International Business Management College (IBC) awarded certificates to 150 students at its sixth graduation ceremony last Friday.
The college offers business management courses.
The best performers were ’Matseko Selia who was studying Human Resources Management, Nkhakile Ratsebe (Business Studies), Mopeli Posholi (Accounting and Finance) and Thabiso Lebese (Accounting and Finance).
Other students who also excelled were Lerato Pokane (Tourism Management), ’Mantšila Lekhetla (Legal Studies), Nthabeleng Khetsi (Business Studies), Relebohile Ramainoane (Legal Studies), Matšeliso Mophethe (Hospitality and Catering), Sekonyela Sekonyela (Electrical Installation), and Tšokolo Thamae (Automative).
Speaking at the graduation ceremony, the college’s director of corporate affairs, Senate Thaanyane, encouraged the graduates to work harder to improve their lives and the lives of others.
The National University of Lesotho was represented by Dr Motšelisi Mokhethi.
One of the graduates, Relebohile Ramainoane, told thepost that his was not an easy journey.
He said at one point he felt that he was never going to make it.
“Having no sponsorship from the National Manpower Development Secretariat (NMDS) was a big challenge for me and many other students,” he said.
“The fees are quite expensive and when one is majoring in such a challenging course it becomes even worse because I had to repeat some of the modules along the way.”
Ramainoane said when he was asked to repeat some modules he thought he was never going to make it.
He said it took him four years to complete his course.
“I had to push on and work hard to complete my studies,” he said.
“It’s never an easy route to take, but knowing what you want and remembering how my parent sacrificed; I left everything and focused on my education.”
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