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MOONSTONE BUSINESS SCHOOLOF EXCELLENCE (PTY) LTDPROSPECTUS 2021

Moonstone Business School of Excellence Prospectus 2021MOONSTONE BUSINESS SCHOOLOF EXCELLENCE (PTY) LTDSTELLENBOSCH25 Quantum StreetTechnoparkStellenboschWestern Cape 7600PRETORIABrooklyn Forum, Lobby 2, 2nd Floor Bank Forum BuildingCorner Fehrsen & Veale StreetBrooklyn Pretoria Gauteng0181CONTACT PERSONSGeneral Manager: MBSEAlbert Marais albert@mbse.ac.zaManager: AdministrationMonique Brummer monique@mbse.ac.zaOPERATING HOURSMonday – Fridays08:00-16:30Public Holidays(CLOSED)MBSE is a registered Private Company, Registration Number 2005/020855/07. MBSE is currently provisionally registeredwith the Department of Higher Education and Training as a Private Higher Education Institution until 31 December 2021under the Higher Education Act, 1997. Registration certificate No. 2011/HE07/005. MBSE is also provisionally registeredwith the Department of Higher Education and Training as a Private College under the Continuing Education and TrainingAct, 2006. Registration certificate No. 2018/FE07/028. MBSE is accredited with INSETA: Accreditation No. 130146, and isalso registered as an Occupational Certificate Skills Development Provider QCTO No. SDP1228/16/0040.MISSION STATEMENTTo deliver innovative, value-driven, flexible education and training solutions aligned to the needs of individuals andbusinesses operating in a continuously evolving environment.MOONSTONE BUSINESS SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE Reg no. 2005/020855/07 Provisionally registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as a Private Higher Education Institutionuntil 31 December 2021 under the Higher Education Act, 1997. Registration certificate No. 2011/HE07/005 Provisionally registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as aPrivate College under the Continuing Education and Training Act, 2006. Registration certificate No. 2018/FE07/028 Accredited with INSETA: Accreditation No. 130146 Registered as an OccupationalCertificate Skills Development Provider QCTO No. SDP1228/16/00402

Moonstone Business School of Excellence Prospectus 2021OUR STAFFTOP MANAGEMENTCHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICERHjalmar Bekker, MSc Agrichjalmar@mbse.ac.zaGENERAL MANAGER: MBSEAlbert Marais, BSc-Agric, Hons BSc agric, Hons B (B&A), MBAalbert@mbse.ac.zaSENIOR MANAGEMENTMANAGER: ADMINISTRATIONMonique Brummer, BCom Hons Financial Management, CIMA Passed Finalistmonique@mbse.ac.zaACADEMIC MANAGEREdel Goldbach, CFP , Adv PG Dip n Financial Planningedel@mbse.ac.zaMANAGER: LEARNING TECHNOLOGIESTariq Sadeck, BTech: Multimedia Technologytariq@mbse.ac.zaSALES MANAGER: COB/ CPDDonald Moeletsi, MBAdonald@mbse.ac.zaOUR ACADEMIC STAFF – FULL TIMEGail Gibson, CFP , Adv PG Dip in Financial PlanningSenior LecturerJulette Wentzel, BComSenior LecturerKarl-Heinz Michel, PG Dip in Financial PlanningLecturerTyrone Ford, CFP , Advanced PGDip (Estate Planning and Personal Financial Risk Management)Senior LecturerMOONSTONE BUSINESS SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE Reg no. 2005/020855/07 Provisionally registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as a Private Higher Education Institutionuntil 31 December 2021 under the Higher Education Act, 1997. Registration certificate No. 2011/HE07/005 Provisionally registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as aPrivate College under the Continuing Education and Training Act, 2006. Registration certificate No. 2018/FE07/028 Accredited with INSETA: Accreditation No. 130146 Registered as an OccupationalCertificate Skills Development Provider QCTO No. SDP1228/16/00403

Moonstone Business School of Excellence Prospectus 2021LANGUAGEMBSE is committed to providing access to quality education to as many students as possible. It is acknowledged thatEnglish is regarded as the business language in this country, and is the primary language of communication globally.English is, therefore, the language of teaching, assessment, communication, learning material and student support.STUDENT FINANCIAL AIDMBSE does not provide financial aid (such as study loans or bursaries). We do offer a 7.5% discount on settlement of fullqualification fees upfront.(MBSE) has partnered with FUNDI and STUDENT HERO – two leading education funding providers that will help you applyor pre-qualify for different options to fund your tertiary education from a single platform.Students and/ or their employers can approach the SETAs for possible funding towards learnerships for certainqualifications.STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICESRegistered Students can contact MBSE for support relating to their studies:Academic Support: Refer to your MyMBSE Course page for the contact information of the designated lecturerAdmin and/ or IT Support: help@mbse.ac.za , 021 883 8000SPECIAL NEEDS AND DISABILITIESWe strive to implement consistent and fair processes for accommodating students with special needs or disabilities withinand by MBSE employees and service providers. We commit to put in place any reasonable additional support to remove anybarriers to successful completion of courses and/ or qualifications.MOONSTONE BUSINESS SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE Reg no. 2005/020855/07 Provisionally registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as a Private Higher Education Institutionuntil 31 December 2021 under the Higher Education Act, 1997. Registration certificate No. 2011/HE07/005 Provisionally registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as aPrivate College under the Continuing Education and Training Act, 2006. Registration certificate No. 2018/FE07/028 Accredited with INSETA: Accreditation No. 130146 Registered as an OccupationalCertificate Skills Development Provider QCTO No. SDP1228/16/00404

Moonstone Business School of Excellence Prospectus 2021GENERAL POLICIESFull policies are made available to all students via the Online Student Management System.MBSE ADMISSIONS POLICYThe aim of this Policy is to set out criteria for admission for all formal qualifications offered by MBSE.In achieving the stated aim, this Policy recognises the prescriptions of the Higher Education Act, 1997 (as amended).The policy also acknowledges the vision and mission of MBSE to provide innovative, value-driven and flexible trainingsolutions for all of our students through providing various training solutions (and formal qualifications) which, together,provide a pathway and inclusion of all students to enable them to access higher education qualifications. Where practicallyfeasible taking into account MBSE’s capacity, all students who meet admission requirements will be accepted onto theapplicable MBSE qualification. In cases where application exceeds our capacity to deliver quality learning, we will makeuse of selection criteria to select students who show the potential to successfully complete the qualification.The policy further aims to broaden access, as far as is reasonably possible, with the implementation of the MBSE RPL andCAT policy (Recognition of Prior Learning and Credit Accumulation and Transfer policy), to students that previously hadconstrained access to higher education. RPL applicants will be considered for selection onto the programme, in line withregulatory requirements.MBSE RPL AND CAT POLICYThe aim of this Policy is to set out clear guidelines regarding RPL procedures for access to MBSE programmes for all MBSEemployees and service providers involved in these processes, in order to ensure that MBSE contributes to the need forwidening access to higher education and promoting lifelong learning, while at the same time maintaining the quality andstandards of our education programmes and achievements of students.The policy further aims to set out clear guidelines regarding CAT measurement and evaluation for all MBSE employeesand service providers involved in these processes, in order to ensure that students are able to receive formal recognitionand certification of a learning achievement, to facilitate lifelong learning and to provide for the mobility of students andenhance their chances of successfully completing their qualification.MBSE DISABILITY POLICYThe aim of this Policy is to provide for consistent and fair processes for accommodating students with special needs ordisabilities within and by MBSE employees and service providers.The policy also acknowledges the vision and mission of MBSE to provide professional support to students through MBSE’scommitment to assisting students with special needs or disabilities by putting in place any reasonable additional supportto remove any barriers to successful completion of courses/programmes.MOONSTONE BUSINESS SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE Reg no. 2005/020855/07 Provisionally registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as a Private Higher Education Institutionuntil 31 December 2021 under the Higher Education Act, 1997. Registration certificate No. 2011/HE07/005 Provisionally registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as aPrivate College under the Continuing Education and Training Act, 2006. Registration certificate No. 2018/FE07/028 Accredited with INSETA: Accreditation No. 130146 Registered as an OccupationalCertificate Skills Development Provider QCTO No. SDP1228/16/00405

Moonstone Business School of Excellence Prospectus 2021MBSE STUDENT DISCIPLINARY POLICYThe aim of this Policy is to ensure that students have knowledge of the conduct expected of them while studying at MBSE,and the actions which may be taken in the event of any misconduct arising.The policy also acknowledges the vision and mission of MBSE to provide value-driven training for students throughproviding students with a safe learning environment where they can derive the maximum benefit from their studies withMBSE.MBSE STUDENT GRIEVANCE POLICYMBSE aims to provide a fair process for students to obtain a speedy resolution to any grievance that might arise during thetime of their studies at MBSE. Students will have the opportunity to appeal against any decision, the procedure to follow iscommunicated upon registration.MBSE STUDENT APPEAL POLICYThis Policy recognises that, from time to time, the student being assessed may not be satisfied with the result of theassessment conducted. MBSE makes provision for two separate, formal processes in order to deal with these complaints:1. Re-mark process2. Appeals processThis policy will ensure commitment to providing an environment in which the rights and dignity of its students are upheld,and in which students can feel sure that their grievances and appeals will be taken seriously, investigated promptly andrigorously, and treated in confidence.MBSE HEALTH AND WELLNESS POLICYMBSE encourages their students to follow a healthy lifestyle. We recognise that negative factors might exist in a student’sstudy environment that might impact on their health and wellness. Where possible, MBSE will provide guidelines to helpstudents address these factors.MBSE will at all times seek to conduct its online and facilitated sessions in a manner that promotes health and wellnessamong students. In the event that you need health and wellness support , you can contact organisations such as:SA DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY GROUP24hr Helpline 0800121314 or SMS 31393 (for a call back request)Website: www.sadac.orgLIFELINE SOUTHERN AFRICA24-hour crisis intervention service. Offers free, confidential telephone counselling, rape counselling, trauma counselling,Aids counselling, and a range of other services.National counselling line: 0861-322-322Website: www.lifeline.org.zaMOONSTONE BUSINESS SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE Reg no. 2005/020855/07 Provisionally registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as a Private Higher Education Institutionuntil 31 December 2021 under the Higher Education Act, 1997. Registration certificate No. 2011/HE07/005 Provisionally registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as aPrivate College under the Continuing Education and Training Act, 2006. Registration certificate No. 2018/FE07/028 Accredited with INSETA: Accreditation No. 130146 Registered as an OccupationalCertificate Skills Development Provider QCTO No. SDP1228/16/00406

Moonstone Business School of Excellence Prospectus 2021MBSE STUDENT ENROLMENTCONTRACTBy checking this box, you agree to the conditions as set out in this agreement between you and MBSE.PERSONAL INFORMATION1. ACCURACYIt is your responsibility to ensure the information you provide to MBSE is correct. If the information is not correct,MBSE has the right to reject your application or cancel your application immediately. MBSE has the right to verify theinformation that you provide.2. CONFIDENTIALITYMBSE agree to keep the information you provide in this document and any other information about you, that we receivefrom third parties, confidential.MBSE’S RESPONSIBILITIES1.2.3.4.MBSE has to inform prospective students of all the requirements and the processes and procedures to be followed onapplication, registration and for the duration of the student’s studies with MBSE.MBSE is responsible for continuous compliance with the requirements of the Department of Higher Education and itsQuality Councils in terms of our approved qualifications.MBSE will make available a full prospectus with all the qualifications on offer, providing the information to assist thestudent to make an informed decision regarding their choice of qualification.MBSE will ensure that information captured on its Learner Management System will be protected and keptconfidential.THE STUDENT’S RESPONSIBILITIES1.2.3.4.The registered student must adhere to MBSE’s Terms and ConditionsThe student must follow MBSE’s policies as they apply to the student and his/ her studies. The policies can be foundon MyMBSE or can be requested from our office.The student has to ensure that upon registration for a specific qualification, the student’s choice of qualification wasbased on an informed decision.The student has to sign a declaration on application to confirm the correct selection of his/ her qualification.MOONSTONE BUSINESS SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE Reg no. 2005/020855/07 Provisionally registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as a Private Higher Education Institutionuntil 31 December 2021 under the Higher Education Act, 1997. Registration certificate No. 2011/HE07/005 Provisionally registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as aPrivate College under the Continuing Education and Training Act, 2006. Registration certificate No. 2018/FE07/028 Accredited with INSETA: Accreditation No. 130146 Registered as an OccupationalCertificate Skills Development Provider QCTO No. SDP1228/16/00407

Moonstone Business School of Excellence Prospectus 2021STUDENT CODEOF CONDUCTMoonstone Business School of Excellence (MBSE) offers innovative, value-driven, and flexible training solutions in anonline distance learning environment that is inclusive and accessible to all prospective and registered students.PURPOSEThe Student Code of Conduct states the conduct expected of registered students with MBSE and should be read inconjunction with student-related policies mentioned in this document. The Code of conduct is a guideline to encourageconstructive communication and behaviour between MBSE and its students. Any activity on other social networkingwebsites are also subject to the Student Code of Conduct.STUDENT CONDUCT ResponsibilityStudents are responsible for and accountable for their learning achievement and must strive for academicexcellence and take pride in their workRespectStudents must respect MBSE’s educational environment, its employees and the rights of fellow studentsIntegrityStudents must act with honesty and integrityProfessionalismStudents should abide by the policies, procedures rules and regulations of MBSE and act professionally atall times.COMMUNICATION AND BEHAVIOURThe following rules must be adhered to by registered students while communicating in, especially, an online platform: Any behaviour that amounts to hate speech, stereotyping, foul language or inappropriate comments of any kind isprohibited. It is expected that you are respectful to MBSE staff and other students at all times. It is your responsibility to ensure that you do not share any personal information such as a telephone number, emailaddress or residential address etc. Any behaviour that disrupts the learning environment is prohibited. Any behaviour where the students alter or forge any records, forms or documents that are submitted to MBSE will beviewed as serious misconduct. Distributing MBSE learning material to any other party will be viewed as a serious misconduct. MBSE reserves the right to report incidents of a severe nature to an applicable Government- or Regulatory Body forfurther action, should it be deemed necessary.General things to keep in mind when communicating in an online format: Think before you post. Do not “cyberbully” anyone. Use formatting tools sparingly, eg. the use of CAPITAL LETTERS, exclamation marks, red text and bigger font size canbe perceived as aggression.MOONSTONE BUSINESS SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE Reg no. 2005/020855/07 Provisionally registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as a Private Higher Education Institutionuntil 31 December 2021 under the Higher Education Act, 1997. Registration certificate No. 2011/HE07/005 Provisionally registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as aPrivate College under the Continuing Education and Training Act, 2006. Registration certificate No. 2018/FE07/028 Accredited with INSETA: Accreditation No. 130146 Registered as an OccupationalCertificate Skills Development Provider QCTO No. SDP1228/16/00408

Moonstone Business School of Excellence Prospectus 2021RELATED DOCUMENTSAll students must familiarise themselves with the following MBSE policies relating to the Student Code of Conduct. Student Disciplinary Policy Grievance Policy Appeals Policy Terms and ConditionsThe documents are available on MyMBSE or on request at help@mbse.ac.zaMOONSTONE BUSINESS SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE Reg no. 2005/020855/07 Provisionally registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as a Private Higher Education Institutionuntil 31 December 2021 under the Higher Education Act, 1997. Registration certificate No. 2011/HE07/005 Provisionally registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as aPrivate College under the Continuing Education and Training Act, 2006. Registration certificate No. 2018/FE07/028 Accredited with INSETA: Accreditation No. 130146 Registered as an OccupationalCertificate Skills Development Provider QCTO No. SDP1228/16/00409

Moonstone Business School of Excellence Prospectus 2021OUR QUALIFICATIONSHIGHER EDUCATIONHIGHER CERTIFICATE INWEALTH MANAGEMENTADVANCED CERTIFICATEIN FINANCIAL PLANNING(NQF 5)120 creditsSAQA ID NR. 109175.(NQF 6)120 creditsSAQA ID NR. 110441FURTHER EDUCATION QUALIFICATIONSFURTHER EDUCATION ANDTRAINING: SHORT-TERMINSURANCE (INSETA)FURTHER EDUCATIONAND TRAINING: WEALTHMANAGEMENT (INSETA)(NQF4)150 creditsSAQA ID NR. 49929/66610(NQF4)150 creditsSAQA ID NR. 57917/66613MOONSTONE BUSINESS SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE Reg no. 2005/020855/07 Provisionally registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as a Private Higher Education Institutionuntil 31 December 2021 under the Higher Education Act, 1997. Registration certificate No. 2011/HE07/005 Provisionally registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as aPrivate College under the Continuing Education and Training Act, 2006. Registration certificate No. 2018/FE07/028 Accredited with INSETA: Accreditation No. 130146 Registered as an OccupationalCertificate Skills Development Provider QCTO No. SDP1228/16/004010

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