2017 Live the Dream winners announced
This April, Rosebank College, an educational brand of The Independent Institute of Education (The IIE), announced the winners of the 2017 Live the Dream competition.
Live the Dream is an annual competition open to all prospective students who have been interviewed and have registered to study at any one of our campuses. The competition, which ran from 19 September 2016 to 28 February 2017, saw 3 601 entries from across the country. This was the first year students could enter online and we received a total of 1 147 online entries.
Entrants were required to complete the entry form and tell us in 10 words or less what their dream career is. All entries were then entered into the lucky draw and the lucky winners selected from each campus.
Winners of the Live the Dream competition all received:
* A full-time bursary to the value of R25 000 to study at Rosebank College in 2017; * A cellphone to the value of R6 000; * Air time to the value of R2 000; * R4 000 wardrobe makeover voucher; and * Laptop up to the value of R6 000.
Boitumelo Pearl Futhane
Campus: Braamfontein Dream career: To become a successful business woman Qualification: Bachelor of Business Administration
Thandolwenkosi Snethemba Mayisela
Campus: DurbanDream career: To get a job and be financially stableQualification: Higher Certificate in Event Management
Campus: Pretoria CBD Dream career: To be an HR Manager Qualification: Higher Certificate in Human Resource Practices
Sindi Anastasia Gumede
Campus: Pretoria Sunnyside Dream career: To become a PC technician Qualification: Diploma in Information Technology Management
Vutomi Milton Shikwambana
Campus: Polokwane Dream career: To become an entrepreneur and be listed in the Forbes magazine as richest businessman. To give back to the community and inspire the youth to study. Qualification: Higher Certificate in Support Services
"We are really pleased to be able to take the load off the account payers who are usually the parents of our students," says Greg Fillmore, Managing Director of Rosebank College. We wish all our winners all the best in their studies and that they all make their parents and community proud," adds Fillmore.