BAC Caps More Graduates


The Botswana Accountancy College (BCA) conferred Degrees, diplomas and certificates to 1 320 students graduates on Saturday. The graduation ceremony, which was hailed as historic, saw 420 graduates more that last year’s, where only 900 were capped.

Eleven students graduated with first class degrees compared to last year’s five. The School of Business and Leisure had the highest number of Bachelor of Arts and Masters Degree graduates.

Speaking to The Monitor on the sidelines of the event, BAC’s executive director Michael Lesolle said 600 of the graduates were coming from corporate learning and leadership programs, and the rest acquired undergraduate and post-graduate degrees.

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